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Telling time worksheets
Looking for a different way to practice telling time?
This week, I have for you a different type of time-telling activity using clocks in analog and digital format.
There are two different skills students can practice with this activity. First, they will read the time. Second, once they read the time, they will then match the activity that would normally be occurring at that approximate time.
This is a great way to see if your students are truly grasping the abstract concept of time, and not just memorizing how to read a clock. This will also help them make more personal connections and will improve the generalization of this skill.
This activity comes in color and black and white. There is also a link to a digital version included.
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