What Time Is It, Valentine? Telling Time Activites - Elapsed and Five Minute

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Fun Valentine’s Day Themed telling time activities written for grade 2. Includes elapsed time and telling time in five minute increments. Includes 22 heart shaped puzzles. I tried to make these easy to print and use. (all black and white files)! Just print and go!!!

Page 3 and 4—Two Valentine’s Day Themed Time Worksheets. A story is told and a time is given for each sentence, student must put the minute and hour hand on the clock to match the sentence.

Pages 5 to 8—Elapsed Time (hour to half-hour) task cards. You get six task cards and a record sheet. I printed the task cards on bright pink paper. Makes a great math center!

Page 9 to 13—Self checking heart puzzles. One side has the clock and the other the time. Student matches. 22 puzzles. Great for a math center. (5 minute increments)

Page 14—Activity sheet. What time is it, Valentine? The student writes the time next to the clock. (5 minute increments)

Page 15—Activity sheet. Student draws the minute hand and hour hand on the clock to match the given time. (5 minute increments)

Page 16—This sheet is a blank clock that you can program as you wish and then run copies.

Page 17—Cut apart puzzle. Print and cut apart. Have students glue the puzzle back together. Start time is 12:15 to 1:30.

Page 18—21— Students Color, cut and glue to page 19 and 21. 1:15 to 11:50 and 2 to 11:50. Or they can color and cut. Then have a friend glue their pieces down to page 19. You can discuss elapsed time after your students complete these sheets. I would ask them to write how many hours are covered on each page.

All files copyright C. Gallagher www.teachingheart.net 2014
Graphics purchased and used in this set:
Confetti Graphics , Graphics From the Pond , and Microsoft Clipart!
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