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An "I Have Who Has" game for telling time focusing on the hour, half hour, quarter after and quarter to.  24 cards.

An "I Have Who Has" game for telling time focusing on the hour, half hour, quarter after and quarter to. 24 cards.

What's Included: *Explanation of my interactive math notebooks *Photos of each page of my time unit in their notebooks *Clock Basics *Telling time to the hour and half hour *Telling time to 5 minute intervals *Quarter after, half past, and quarter to *Analog vs. Digital Clocks *Elapsed time through the use of story problems

What's Included: *Explanation of my interactive math notebooks *Photos of each page of my time unit in their notebooks *Clock Basics *Telling time to the hour and half hour *Telling time to 5 minute intervals *Quarter after, half past, and quarter to *Analog vs. Digital Clocks *Elapsed time through the use of story problems

Telling Time - Rock Around the Clock!  Activity sheet/posters to help students tell time to the hour, half hour, quarter hour and every five minutes.  TpT

Telling Time - Rock Around the Clock! Activity sheet/posters to help students tell time to the hour, half hour, quarter hour and every five minutes. TpT

Kick off your telling TIME unit with these FREE printables. Telling time to the hour, half hour, & quarter hour, A.M. & P.M., analog & digital clocks are all covered.

Kick off your telling TIME unit with these FREE printables. Telling time to the hour, half hour, & quarter hour, A.M. & P.M., analog & digital clocks are all covered.

Common Core Aligned telling time bingo. Telling Time to the hour and half hour. #tellingtime #commoncore $

Common Core Aligned telling time bingo. Telling Time to the hour and half hour. #tellingtime #commoncore $

Getting students (and teachers!) hooked on teaching fractions is all about keeping students engaged in deep thinking.  Check out this post with an easy trick to try to get more thinking,more math talk, and more understanding!

Getting students (and teachers!) hooked on teaching fractions is all about keeping students engaged in deep thinking. Check out this post with an easy trick to try to get more thinking,more math talk, and more understanding!

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