Make practicing analog & digital time to the hour and half hour more fun, with this Seuss-themed packet of games and activities.
The packet includes:
Two “It’s Time For Seuss”
dice games. (One to the hour, the other to the half hour.) There’s a
large worksheet as well as a smaller one, with two-on-a-page for quick
printing. Students roll first one dice to draw hour hands 1-6, then add two dice to get hours 7-12.
A time to the half hour anchor chart,
reminding students to also move the hour hand. (You may find that some
children will draw the hour hand on a clock that shows 12:30 directly
on the 12, which is incorrect.)
A time to the hour
“Cat’s Hat clothespin clip game”. This is self-checking & great for
an independent math center. Pinching a clothespin is a fun fine motor
skill, which will strengthen children’s finger muscles.
A “sequencing the time” card game
Two “Trace the digital time, and draw the hands on the analog clock” Itty Bitty booklets. (One for time to the hour, the other time to the half hour.) The booklets are an easy and fun way to whole group assess too.
Seuss-themed pocket chart digital and analog time cards, for time to the hour & half hour. Use them as a pocket chart review, anchor charts, or puzzles. Make extra sets for Memory Match Concentration and “I Have; Who Has?” games.
Two certificates of praise that children can color.
An analog and digital time assessment worksheet, which can be done individually or as a whole group.
Click on the link to pop on over to my blog to grab this fun FREEBIE: It’s Time For Seuss! Analog & Digital Telling Time To the Hour & Half Hour packet.
From Diane, over at TeachWithMe.com