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Telling time is an important Math skill to learn in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Grades. This math unit will give you everything you need to teach this skill! This resource includes:
– 5 Posters
– 84 Student Pages (See detailed description below)
– Answer Keys
Help first graders get the practice they need telling time (to the hour, half hour and quarter hour) with these Math worksheets! First graders should learn to tell time to the hour and half hour, however this resource also includes worksheets to the quarter hour for those that are ready to move a little ahead.
The resource is divided into three sets: By the Hour / By the Half Hour / By the Quarter Hour
Each set includes 10 worksheets: 5 worksheets for students to read a clock and write the time and 5 worksheets that give the time and students are to draw hands on a clock to represent that time.
30 worksheets in all – Answer keys are provided.
Create an interactive bulletin board for your students to help them learn calendar and time based math skills on a daily basis! This resource has a cute bear theme and is perfect if you want to implement an animal or bear theme within your classroom.
- * What is today, tomorrow, yesterday?
- * Months of the year
- * Days of the week
- * 2 Clocks
- * Number of the day
- * Number of days in school
- * Days of the month
- * Even, Odd cards
- * Class roster
Looking for an activity to help your students? This resource offers a for students to practice telling time on an and matching the time to a as well as to the ! This product includes 66 different ‘times’ and each time is shown on an analog clock, a digital clock and in words.
This WINTER Math Skills Review resource as a fun Winter / Snowman theme and covers a multitude of 1st grade Math skills.
Suggested uses: For reinforcement of skills, in math centers, for seat work or to give as homework.
Perfect for January or any winter month and with , you actually have a couple months worth of activities!
20 fun, nutcracker themed Math worksheets that will provide your students plenty of such as: adding (2 and 3 digits), subtracting, identifying even and odd numbers, ordinal numbers, reading a bar graph, skip counting, telling time (hourly – analog clock) and more.