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#### Telling Time

Learn to tell time with both analog and digital clocks. This collection includes videos, worksheets, and printables. Fun activities to make your own clocks are also included.

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#### Common Core Math: 3rd Grade

Looking for all things third grade Common Core math? Here is the collection you've been waiting for! Third grade math curriculum is rigorous and opens up the doors to bigger algebra concepts that learners will use their entire lives....

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#### Do You Know?: Days, Months, Minutes, and Hours

It's all about time as scholars focus on years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes, and seconds to practice these concepts. First they put all 12 months back in order, numbering them 1st, 2nd, etc. Two are done for them. Next, there are...

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#### Hours and Half Hours of Time- Matching Worksheet

What time is it? It's time to learn how to read analog and digital clocks! There are three analog and two digital clock faces here, each reading a time on the hour or half-hour. Learners examine and match them to the written-out versions...

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#### “The Story of an Hour”: Extension Activities

Enhance and extend instruction of "The Story of an Hour" by Kate Chopin with one or all of these ideas. You might want to cover characterization and summary, or improve understanding of context clues and irony. You can cover any...

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#### Creating Clocks (Half Hour Increments)

First graders create clocks by adding hour and minute hands pointing to the given time. All times are to be written in 30-minute intervals.

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#### "The Story of an Hour" Vocabulary

Designed to be used in conjunction with a PowerPoint (not included), this packet develops vocabulary for "The Story of an Hour" by Kate Chopin. There are eight vocabulary words listed here. Examples include afflict, elusive, and...

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#### Indicating time to Half-Hour

Learners display correct time on improvised clocks. They demonstrate the correct time to the half-hour. Everyone solves riddles concerning time.

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#### Find the Average Rate of Change - Miles per Hour (Example)

That was fast! Pupils quickly learn about calculating the average rate of change given a real-world context. They watch a video where the narrator finds the average rate of change of a driver in miles per hour.

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#### Estimate Study Hours

How many hours should students devote to studying outside of class? Learners use this worksheet to not only practice estimation, but also develop a valuable study skill for their future academic careers.

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#### Tell Time to the Nearest Half-hour and Relate to Events

Youngsters examine how to tell time to the nearest half-hour. They discuss why people wear watches, listen to the book "What Time Is It?" by Sheila Keenan, view examples on a model clock, and complete a worksheet with the teacher.

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#### 24 Hour Number Line

Learning to calculate elapsed time can be a struggle for young mathematicians. Help your class overcome this hurdle in their learning with these simple 24-hour number lines that start at 12 midnight, pass through 12 noon, and finally end...

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#### Telling Time to the Half Hour

First and second graders use the half hour increments displayed by the clock hands to determine the time to the half hour. Telling time to the half-hour can be tricky. This learning exercise provides valuable practice.

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#### Minutes and Hours

In this mathematics worksheet, 1st graders identify about how long it takes to do each task illustrated. Then they do three things that take minutes to complete and three things that take hours to complete.

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#### Telling Time to the Half Hour!

Young scholars explore telling time to the half hour. They discuss the differences between a digital clock and a clock with hands. Students observe the differences between the hour hand and the minute hand. They practice telling time to...

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#### Time to the Half-Hour

In this hour and minute instructional activity, 1st graders look at 3 clocks and write the hour and minute on the lines provided. Students then write what time it is on each clock on the lines provided.

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#### Hours and Half Hours of Time

What time is it? Let your class practice their analog and digital clock skills using this brief worksheet with six visual questions. First, they examine two clocks (one digital and one analog) and write the time in a space below. Next,...

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#### Making a Clock

Have a fun time teaching children to read analog clocks with this whole-group math activity. Using large sets of the numerals 1-12 and 0, 5, 10...55, the teacher creates a large clock on either the carpet or the white board, explaining...

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#### Hours and Minutes (2)

In this time increments worksheet, students change 9 specific hours into minutes and then write 10 specific minutes into hours and minutes.

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#### Telling Time: Telling Time: Half Hours

The whole class discusses the differences between the two clocks: digital and a clock with hands. They discuss the differences between the hour hand and minute hand. Students are taught telling time to the half hour. They are introduced...

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#### Hours of Daylight 1

The midline of the mathematical model of the number of hours of sunlight is not 12 hours. Pupils use the modeling cycle to determine a function that will model the number of hours of sunlight at a location of their choosing. Using...

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#### Tone and Mood: "Unhappy Hour"

Dark humor, anyone? Kerry Mitchell’s “Unhappy Hour,” compels readers to laugh at his very chilling tale. Explore with your class how the author combines tone and mood to create a sci-fi story with a very unhappy ending. Pre-reading...

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#### The Children’s Hour

Examine youth and adulthood with Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem, "The Children's Hour." Class members read the poem while considering the value of youth. They then respond to four text-based questions and jot down some notes in...

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#### What Time Is It?

Take down that digital clock! Scholars practice reading an analog clock face with the minute hand on various quarter-hour increments. They write the correct time below nine clocks, each of which have the hour hand in green and the minute...