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.

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!



Kids are always fascinated by coins! They acquire a basic understanding of money before being exposed to it in Kindergarten or Grade 1. This is a valuable life skill and contribute towards a future financial success.

Kids enjoy learning about money and are always motivated. Typically, the topic starts with identifying coins and gradually moves over to counting money.

Money Worksheets and Activities

My money packet focuses on:
  1. Learning different types of coins, one at a time.
  2. Identifying the Names and Value of Coins (Penny, Nickel, Dime and Quarter).
  3. Count and find the value of same type of coins (Skip Count).
  4. Sorting of coins based on their value.
  5. Count and find the value of diverse set of coins. 
Coins Worksheets

You can buy this Money Packet from HERE.

As a prerequisite, the money topic requires a good knowledge of number sense.

Money Song and Rhyme

This is one of my favorite rhyme to go with Money unit.

Penny, penny, easily spent –
Copper brown and worth one cent.

Nickel, Nickel, thick and fat.
It’s worth 5 cents – I know that.

Dime, dime, little and thin.
I remember – you’re worth 10.

Quarter, quarter, big and bold.
It’s worth 25 – I am told!

Money Posters - FREE

Here are some visuals to brighten up your math wall. These 4 money posters show a Penny, Nickel, Dime, and Quarter. Download these for FREE from HERE!

Free Money Posters to use in your classroom
Free Coin Posters - U.S. Coins

Happy Teaching!