Practice analog & digital time to the hour and half hour with this Seuss-themed packet of games and activities.
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I thought it would be fun to make a mustache telling time game; it's entitled: "I Mustache You What Time Is It?"
This packet includes recording sheets, a mustache clock spinner + a telling time matching worksheet, which you can use as an assessment for time to the hour.
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If you need a clock, telling time templates to make games and activities, or assessment worksheets for assessing analog and digital time, this is the packet for you.
Choose from a variety of digital and analog clocks to help you teach the Common Core State Standard:1.MD.3
The photo shows just a few of the fun types of clocks.
I've designed both large teacher clocks for demonstration purposes, as well as matching mini clocks for students to make and manipulate.
Run off and glue the clock templates to construction paper or a paper plate for durability. Add paperclips or tag board hands for students to manipulate.
I've also included fraction clocks to show 5 after, quarter after, and half past, so that you can review this vocabulary and another Common Core Math Standard as well.
These clocks make nice telling time anchor charts to refer to.
Calling out a time and having students move the hands to make that time, and then holding up their clock, is a quick, easy and fun way to whole group assess.
There are a variety of blank as well as filled-in clocks so students have an opportunity to learn as they make their clock.
I truly believe that "doing" leads to understanding. Why give a child a pre-made plastic clock, when you can build their self-esteem, by having them make their own.
Writing in numbers on their clocks, will help reinforce time concepts as well.
I also have several different telling digital and analog time assessment sheets so students can record answers and give you a paper trail of accomplishment for their student portfolio's or file.
You can make these into games, by orally giving students a time for them to record on their answer sheet.
You can also hold up your clock and have students shoot up their hand to tell you what time it is, or use the assessments as an "I Spy!" the time activity.
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