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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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#### Telling Time

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

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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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#### Reading an Analog Clock (1 Minute Increments)

Third graders read analog clocks and tell time to the nearest minute. AM and PM do not matter in this exercise.

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#### Matching Clocks (Half Hour Increments)

First graders read an analog clock and then match it to the corresponding digital clock. Each clock tells time to the nearest 30 minutes.

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#### What Time Is It? File Folder Game

Use a manila folder to make a clock game with these adorable time-related printables. The materials include an analog clock and a digital clock with all the related equipment, such as clock hands and numbers. Laminate or make the movable...

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#### Study Jams! Tell Time

Third graders learn to read an analog clock to the minute by going through this interactive presentation. They view animated slides, try it themselves, and review vocabulary, all within the same website.

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#### Teaching Students to Tell Time: Three Resources for Busy Teachers

Elementary schoolers develop time-telling skills, one skill at a time. They examine the connection between time on digital and analog (clock-face) clocks. An excellent lesson on teaching how to tell time!

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#### Just a Minute!

Students put the standard measure of clock time -- the minute -- in perspective. This lesson can be modified for virtually any grade level. They write about what they learned about a minute as a result of the activities.

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#### Telling Time

First graders play a fun game while learning to tell time. This BBC site is well designed. They enjoy it while learning a lot. Playing in pairs would be lots of fun.

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#### What time is it?

Each slide in this PowerPoint includes a large image of a clock with various times displayed. Students must use their time-telling skills to identify the time. There are a total of ten clocks. Tip: Have students write their answer on...

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#### Giraffe Pull

Take time to tell the time. Players compete in an online game of tug of war as giraffes. They determine the correct time in words for the displayed analog clock. Each correct response pulls the rope just a little farther.

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#### Reinventing Time

Take a trip through time. A lesson resource provides instruction on the origin of current measurements for time. The text explains the different tools humans used throughout history to measure time as well as provides examples such as...

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#### Telling Time Review

Scholars play a matching game to boost their skills in telling time. Players collect a set number of cards. Each card displays two clock faces. The first face challenges participants to read the time while the second clockface requires a...

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#### Crazy Clocks

While a stopped clock is right twice a day, a fast or slow clock confuses people for weeks. Scholars observe a clock running slow and must correct it before observing a clock running fast and working it backward. Finally, a multi-step...

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#### Are You a Morning or an Evening Person?

Do you need that cup of coffee to get you going in the morning? A series of 15 questions helps determine morningness or eveningness tendencies. Circadian rhythms contribute to physical, mental, and behavioral changes throughout the day....

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#### Celebrate Benjamin Banneker

Inventor, astronomer, surveyor, mathematician, clock maker. Learners celebrate the life of Benjamin Banneker by building creative analog clocks, making scale models, and solving problems related to surveying. The activities model the...

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#### The Leap Second Explained

Everyone's heard of leap years ... but what about leap seconds? Young scientists get acquainted with one of humankind's most awkward standard measurements with a short video from a PBS playlist covering space and time measurement. The...

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#### When Time Breaks Down

Some define time by motion, but how exactly does this work? Space Time added a video as part of its The Origin of Matter and Time playlist to explore just this question. It breaks down the relationships between matter, motion, and time....

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#### Ordering Time

Practice telling time to the nearest five minutes in a digital and analog clock activity. Learners are prompted to order clock cards in increasing time order, and then write the time each clock represents.

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#### Rotations in Radians: Clock Conundrum

Pupils use an interactive clock to set specific times. They apply math to an everyday task as they determine the measure of the angle formed by the hands in degrees and in radians.

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#### Where on Earth Am I?

Almost every phone has GPS installed, but a large number of teens don't know how the technology works. An initial activity illustrates how GPS determines a location on Earth. Scholars then apply trilateration procedures to a...

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#### Britannia Rule the Waves

Could you determine longitude based on measuring time? Early explorers used a longitude clock to do just that. Scholars learn about early exploration and the importance of the invention of the clock. Then pupils build their own longitude...