FREE Elapsed Time Worksheet! Students use a real world concept, movie theater times, in order to explore concepts of elapsed time. In this activity, students read the sample movie times and answer questions about beginning and ending times. This worksheet comes in both English and Spanish.
This freebie is for two printables that focus on elapsed time. The students must look at the first clock and figure out how much time has elapsed to the second in 5 minute increments. It would be a great introduction to the topic and can be used for a pre-assessment, independent practice, group work, centers, homework or sub work.
Elementary teacher looking for new math games and math centers to help teach elapsed time? This blog post details how to start with telling time lesson plans and free telling time activites and telling time games. She then goes into detail about elapsed time activites and gives lots of FREE resources!
$2. Elapsed Time booklet and worksheets for special education. This is a 10 page student booklet to define the steps to complete to determine how much time has elapsed. There are 5 practice worksheets that follow which go through the steps in the booklet and provides clear visuals, perfect for students with autism and other special needs. Download at: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/How-to-Tell-Elapsed-Time-booklet-and-practice-worksheets-511427