Saturday, February 1, 2020

Telling Time to the Hour, Half-Hour, Quarter Hour, and to Five Minutes

Telling Time to the Hour, Half-Hour, Quarter Hour, and to Five Minutes

If you teach second grade, then chances are you are already teaching (or you are about to start teaching) the topic of time in your math segments.  More specifically working on telling time to the hour, half-hour, quarter hour, and to five minutes using both an analog clock and a digital clock.

Telling time was one of my favorite subjects to teach.  In fact, I tried to spend just a few minutes telling time each and every day with my daily math spiral.  This small little five minutes of instruction always helped make it so much easier for my students to grasp everything when we got to our big unit.

This unit of telling time to the hour, half-hour, quarter hour, and to five minutes includes everything you need to teach time in your classroom.












As you can see, I have tried to include everything that you will need for this unit.


  • Lesson Plans 
  • Anchor Charts
  • Essential Questions
  • Vocabulary
  • Assessments
  • Games (Centers, Small Groups, or Partners)
  • Activities (with Differentiation)
  • Craftivity (Students will make watches)
  • Student Posters 
  • Answer Guides
  • Also included - links for websites
If you are looking for a complete unit for teaching time in your classroom, you can find this unit that covers telling time to the hour, half-hour, quarter hour, and to five minutes here (or click on the picture).


If you need more activities for your centers, check out these fun mystery puzzles.  They are perfect for early finishers, morning tubs, math centers, and more!


Making a tough subject fun to teach and engaging for the students, that's just...

MY KIND OF TEACHING!


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