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### We found 57 resources with the concept time intervals

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#### It's About Time!

Students examine concept of time, and explore difference between analog and digital clocks; students make art project to represent time and create a time-story problem and solution.

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#### Time to Tell Time

Students demonstrate how to tell time using an analog clock. In this time measurement activity, students read the book Clocks and More Clocks and use analog clocks to demonstrate the time that the teacher called out.

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#### Telling Time Worksheet - 1 Minute Intervals, Version 2

In this elementary telling time worksheet, learners look at the 9 clocks on the page and write the time the 9 clocks show on the lines provided.

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#### Kids Clock Worksheet - One Minute Intervals, Version 2

In this telling time instructional activity, students solve 9 problems in which the hour and minute hands are drawn to show the time specified. All times will be to the minute.

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#### Kids Learn Time Worksheet - One Minute Intervals, Version 2

Students practice telling time to the minute with this attractive and easy to understand worksheet. By drawing the hands on a clock, students practice their time-telling skills.

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#### Time Worksheet - 1 Minute Intervals

In this telling time activity, students look at 9 clocks and record the exact time on each one on the line right underneath each clock.

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#### Telling Time Worksheet - 1 Minute Intervals

In this telling time worksheet, students read the time on 9 clocks and then write down the exact time on the lines provided. Students focus on telling time in 1 minute intervals. A good, basic skills worksheet.

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#### Learning Time to 1 Minute Intervals

In this time worksheet, students practice telling time to 1 minute intervals. They look at the time on 9 analog clock faces and write the times on the lines under the clocks.

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#### Kids Clock Worksheet - One Minute Intervals

In this telling time in one minute intervals worksheet, students look at 9 clocks and the times stated below each clock. Students draw the hour and minute hands on each clock to show the right time.

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#### Mathematics: A Picture's Worth a Thousand Words

Students examine school yearbooks from 1950 to the present. They count the number of male and female teachers and administrators. They compile date and extrapolate changes in job trends.

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#### Telling Time: The Digits

Time to teach your students how to read a clock? This resource is here to help! Engaging young mathematicians with two fun videos and a series of hands-on activities, these lessons offer a multimedia approach to teaching this important...

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#### Telling Time as an Everyday Use of Numbers

How can we estimate time? Have your young mathematicians make a clock. Then they compare and contrast types of clocks. They practice writing times in two different ways and make a book about telling time.

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#### Telling Time Bingo

Have your youngsters examine the difference between digital and analog clocks. Using They participate in a "Telling Time BINGO" game. Not only is this activity fun, but it provides the teacher with an opportunity to informally assess his...

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#### Telling Time

Young learners participate in activities which help them understand analog clocks, and the vocabulary of telling time. They examine the values of the intervals of minutes and hours by making a human clock.

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#### What Time Is It?

Are your learners practicing telling time? They use the nine clocks provided and write the corresponding time for each clock. If you're looking to extend this activity, have them tell a partner what they'd be doing at each time.

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#### It's About Time

First, second, and third graders explore elapsed time through estimation and prediction. They work with a partner to estimate how long it will take to perform various tasks. One person uses a stop watch to time his or her partner...

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#### Telling Time for Grade 3

Ten questions are provided to review elapsed time. Your third graders will like that some questions provide visual representations to guide learners. Use Internet Explorer if you want this activity to print in its proper format.

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#### Telling Time With Clocks/Bingo “Time”

Young learners create a clock by adding hands and placing the numbers in the correct location. After each learner has their very own clock, they explore each component. Review on the hour times, and then introduce them to five-minute...

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#### Round the Clock

What does time mean to you? Ask your learners to explore the idea of time before beginning this unit. As a class, explore the concept of time, stories that involve time, and pictures that show time. Then learners create a human clock,...

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#### What’s the Time? – Draw the Hands on the Clocks

In this telling time worksheet, students draw the hands on 6 analog clock faces. They read the words under each clock face to determine where to place the clock hands.

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#### How Clocks Work

Learners discover time pieces and complete telling time activities. In this time lesson, students complete a worksheet about what make a clock keep time. Learners watch a video about time and clocks as well as a video about an Egyptian...

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#### Analog Clocks- What Time Is It?

For this telling time worksheet, students study the time on 9 analog clocks and write the correct time to the nearest minute on the line.

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#### What Time Is It? Nearest Minute

In this telling time learning exercise, students study 9 clocks and determine the time to the nearest minute. Students write the correct time under each clock.

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#### Telling Time to the Nearest Minute

In this telling time worksheet, learners study each of 9 clocks and determine the time. Students write the correct time on the line provided.