Telling Time to the Hour and Half Hour

There’s so much to learn in telling time! Mastering this clock reading skill requires a lot of practice and motivation. The common core curriculum introduces telling time in Grade 1, but many schools gives an early start from kindergarten itself.

Grade 1: CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.1.MD.B.3
Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks.

Before teaching kids how to read a clock, have them get familiarized with the types of clocks (Digital and Analog Clock) and the parts of an Analog clock. You may use telling time posters and a hands-on activity like one included in my Telling Time pack.





Clock Poster: 

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Free Clock Posters - Analog and Digital Clocks



Clock making activity: 

(Included in Telling Time pack)

Make an analog clock activity
Make your own Analog Clock


This telling time bundle includes:

  • Worksheets for Time to the Hour
  • Worksheets for Time to the Half Hour
  • Worksheets for Time to the Hour and Half Hour (Mixed work sheets)
  • Coloring Activities
  • Cut and Paste Activities
  • Make a Clock Activity
  • Task Cards



The task cards are also included in this bundle pack. You can also purchase these separately from HERE.


Telling Time Task CardsTelling Time Task Cards


For additional practice, I have also bought this wonderful clock educational toy - Telly The Teaching Time Clock. Check this out on Amazon. Alternatively, you can also get this Big Time Student Clock learning resource.



Happy Teaching!

Shimps

6 comments:

  1. Thank you for sharing so many wonderful activities! I really enjoyed reading your post!

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  2. Thank you, I found the above activity very helpful.

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  3. Thanks for sharing. I am excited to try it with my kids.

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  4. Great activities, I love the poster!

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  5. Thanks for sharing this awesome post! So helpful!

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  6. Great ideas!!! Love the free poster! Thanks :)
    Julie

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