Skills: Telling and Writing Time in Hours and Half-hours Using Analog and Digital Clocks
File Type: PDF Document
Materials Needed: pencils, counting chips or small blocks – partners have 2 different colors each (or crayons/colored pencils if counting chips are not available), large teaching clock or clock printable and small student clocks or clock printable
Printable Resources: Required: printable “I Spy a Clock” (1 copy for the whole class) – the clocks need to be cut out before the lesson and taped around the room;
Required: printable “Tic-Tac-Toe Clocks” (1 copy per student); Optional: printable “I Spy a Clock-Recording Sheet” (1 copy per student)
Lesson Plan Description
This 1 hour math game addresses Measurement & Data: (1MD.3). This lesson is intended to be a review on Drawing Hour and Minute Hands on a Clock & Writing Times. Students will Students will read times on analog clocks, and write times on digital clocks.
**The content of this lesson is derived from a portion of the Half Day Lesson Plan:Telling Time to the Nearest Hour and Half Hour. Purchasing both this 1 hour and the half day plan, will result in duplicate content.