# Time to the Hour and Half Hour Math Riddle Task Cards

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1. Get ready for math centers that your students will LOVE! This set of 192 math riddle task cards for second grade math skills will fill your math centers with a fun activity that your students will want to do again and again!Click on any of the links above to preview the contents of all eight of the
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If you're always on the hunt for ways to keep telling time practice challenging, effective, and FUN for your first grade and second grade students, you'll love this set of 24 elimination logic riddle task cards for analog clocks!

Choosing from four clocks on each card, your students will solve the clues to determine which of the clocks is the Secret Clock of Senor Fox. With each riddle task card they complete, your students will read the time on four clocks. They'll have a great time and won’t even realize that they’ve read the time on 96 analog clocks!

Because the cute fox graphics aren't seasonal, you'll find that you can use this set at any time during the school year!

Differentiation is easy with this set. Level 1: your students write the number (1-4) of the clock that fits the clues. Level 2: your students write the digital time shown on the clock that fits the clues. Answer keys are included for both levels.

There's even more fun and practice with "The Secret Clocks of Senor Fox", a board game for more practice the same skills! Download the preview to get this game FREE!

Here are some ways that you might use the task cards in your classroom:
* Use in a math center for individual or partner work
* Use with your document camera for whole class review or to focus attention at the
beginning of a math lesson
* Use as a skills review rotation (aka "Scoot"), individually or with partners, with
students moving to stations around the classroom to solve the clues
* Use for morning “bell ringers”
* Use as challenge work or for early finishers
* Use as an activity with classroom volunteers – they can complete as few or as
many as time allows!
* Print in black and white to use in interactive notebooks. Give one puzzle to each
student and have them write or talk about their thinking in solving the riddle.

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