Math: Telling Time
These sites help students read digital and analog clocks. There are several online games and printable pages for students to practice telling time. Includes links to eThemes Resources on elapsed time and time zones.
This clock will allow you to change the time in whatever minute/hour
intervals you want. It helps students to learn about time in analog and digital at the same time.
Print out the template and make a clock that you can use to practice telling time. NOTE: This site includes a banner.
Students read various clocks and pick the one that shows the correct time. NOTE: This site includes ads.
This online quiz has you match the analog clock to the digital one that is displaying the same time. NOTE: This site includes banners.
This online game lets you match analog time with digital time. Select `Clock & Time' and levels of difficulty to start the game. NOTE: This site includes ads.
In this game, move the hands to set the clock to the time listed. It will ring when you are correct. NOTE: This site has a link leads to discussion boards.
Print these handouts for students to practice telling time. There are sheets with different levels of difficulty. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Help Max and Molly fix the tower by telling the correct time. Printable worksheet is included.
Click a dice to roll and then click the red arrow to set the clock. NOTE: Flash player is required for this site.
Stop the clock when the hands are in the matching position to the time written in text.
These sites offer many practice problems for calculating the difference between two times. Includes lesson plans, online quizzes, and handouts. There is a link to an eThemes Resource on telling time.
These sites show the different time zones in the United States. There are maps, print outs, suggested classroom activities, and an online game. Includes a link to an eThemes resource on telling time.
October 18, 2000 at 03:51 |
Updated: May 15, 2012 at 01:40