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...
Time and time measurement is the subject of a comprehension instructional activity that asks kids to read a short passage about time, and then respond to a series of questions based on the article.
Love this idea for practicing time and the days of the week! Learners engage in a game in which they answer questions relating to the days of the week, time, and elapsed time.
Students review and answer questions about calendar topics. In this calendar lesson, students sing calendar songs, discuss the weather, day, month and year. Students read a book and ask and answer questions.
Introduce the concept of time and all its implications. Kids discover facts about minutes, seconds, days, weeks, months, and years. They label the parts of an analog and digital clock then practice telling the time to the quarter hour.
First graders tellacollaborate with other students around the world sharing their ideas about what earth day means to them. They share ways in which they recycle, reduce and reuse.
Youngsters think about the length of different periods of time. They label the seven most common units of time measurement, then answer eight questions that have to deal with those same units of time. A good worksheet!
In this online interactive literature activity, students respond to 10 short answer and essay questions about Madeleine L'Engle's A Wrinkle in Time. Students may check some of their answers online.
"If you could un-invent something what would it be?" "What are you more comfortable with—routine or spontaneity?" Here's a packet of one-a-day writing prompts. Although designed for fifth graders, the topics are appropriate for any grade...
"Columbus Day"? Indigenous Peoples' Day"? "Native Americans' Day"? The controversy over what to call the federal holiday celebrated on the second Monday in October is the focus of a lesson that asks high schoolers to consider various...
Students read a short tutorial and complete one or more online activities. They visit an online math dictionary to learn the value of a day, month, week, and year. In addition, they construct word problems based on a favorite month;...
West Contra Costa Unified School District
Connect the tortoise and the hare fable to mathematics. Learners first identify key terms related to distance, rate, and time. They then solve distance/rate/time problems using different representations.
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Support English language development with a family-themed unit consisting of a series of lessons designed to get your scholars moving, looking, speaking, writing, and listening. Conversation topics include birthdays, family...
Here is an engaging crossword puzzle which focuses on time and the seasons of the year. Learners determine the answers to 17 clues using words that are associated with time and seasons. They complete sentences about months, holidays,...
K-5 Math Teaching Resources
Take your young group of learners through the school year one month at a time with this series of printable materials. Offering word cards for each month of the year, this resource is a simple way to support children with learning this...
Have your learners explore time using this game. They identify the time on a clock, describe how many minutes are in an hour, and answer a variety of other questions related to this topic. It is a motivating way for learners to review...
Have Fun Teaching
Imagine a packet of 365 colorfully illustrated journal prompt templates, grouped by month, that recognize themes, holidays, and events. Here 'tis, imagine that.
Dr. Seuss Enterprises
Celebrate National Poetry month with a quote a day from Dr. Seuss's books. Each poster includes the date (a day in April), a quote from a book, an image from the book, and a thumbnail of the book cover.
First instituted in New York City in 2002 and recognized nationwide in 2009, "Poem in Your Pocket Day" is part of National Poetry Month (April) and celebrates poetry in everyday life. A brief news story includes 9 ideas about how to...
Use this Columbus day learning exercise with your EL class. They will read or listen to a passage about Christopher Columbus, then match phrases, fill in the blanks, choose the correct words, unscramble words and sentences, put sentences...