Telling time to the hour is a skill that students should learn early on and master quickly, since they will use it their entire lives. Furthermore, we live in a very digital age where many kids struggle to tell time, especially on analog clocks. Therefore, in this new Kindergarten Math Made Fun packet (unit 10), students will learn to tell time by the hour using both digital and analog clocks through games and hands-on activities. By the end of the packet, students will have mastered the skill of telling time to the hour and will be ready to move on to more complex time-telling activities.
In this math unit, students will learn how to:
*Read digital and analog clocks: time to the hour
*Draw hans on the analog clock to show the correct hour
*Practice basic Calendar Skills
*Practice reading time in written form with o’clock
*Connecting the correct times with everyday events
*Understanding a.m. and p.m. with everyday events
In Kindergarten Math Made Fun Unit 10, telling time has never been so fun! This unit is loaded with 17 Hands-ON Math Centers and 51 NO PREP practice pages to help teach, master and reinforce this very important math concept.
KINDERGARTEN MATH MADE FUN CURRICULUM
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LET’S LOOK AT THE MATH CENTERS FOR UNIT 10 IN ACTION…
CENTER NUMBER 1: Roll the Time
Roll the clock die and color a space for the matching time.
CENTER NUMBER 2: BINGO Time
Play with multiple players. Flip a card. Cover a matching clock on the BINGO board. The first person to get 3 in a row calls out BINGO!
CENTER NUMBER 3: Write the Time: Analog
Flip a card. Draw the hands on the analog clock to match the time.
Center Number 4: Write the Time: Digital
Flip a card. Write the time on the digital clock to match the analog clock.
CENTER NUMBER 5: Apple Time-Make a Match
Match the digital clocks with the analog clocks. Record the times on the recording sheet.
CENTER NUMBER 6: Clocks-Make a Match
Match the analog clocks with the digital clocks. Record the times on the recording sheet.
CENTER NUMBER 7: Clock Puzzles
Match the same time, analog clock and digital clock to make a complete puzzle.
CENTER NUMBER 8: Mystery Puzzles
Match the digital clock puzzle pieces with the analog clocks on the board to complete the picture.
CENTER NUMBER 9: Clip a Clock
Clip the analog clock that matches the time on the digital clock.
CENTER NUMBER 10: Clip the Time
Clip the digital time that matches the time on the analog clock.
CENTER NUMBER 11: Spin and Cover
Spin the spinner. Cover a matching clock on the board.
CENTER NUMBER 12: Feed Me (True or False)
Flip a card. Decide if the statement is true or false and feed the correct shark.
CENTER NUMBER 13: Morning and Evening Routines
Sort the activity cards by the time of day. If the activity takes place in the morning, place it on the a.m. card. If it takes place in the evening, place it on the p.m. card.
CENTER NUMBER 14: Ice Cream Make a Match
Match the ice cream scoops with the correct ice cream cones.
CENTER NUMBER 15: Telling Time Write the Room
Find the cards around the room. Draw hands on the clocks on the Recording Sheet to match the digital times.
CENTER NUMBER 16: Clock Wheels- Clip and Match
Read the time on the center of the wheel. Find and clip all of the clocks that match the time.
CENTER NUMBER 17: Sort the Clocks
Sort the analog clocks onto the digital clock mats to match times.
This Unit also includes 2 clock posters…
THERE ARE 51 NO PREP PRACTICE PAGES INCLUDED IN UNIT 10
HOW DO I ORGANIZE THE UNITS?
I chose to store the math centers in Sterilite bins, because they don’t take up too much space. It is a tight fit, but I find that they work nicely for me. However, if you choose, you could store the centers in a larger container as well. Within the bin, each math center is stored in a gallon sized ziplock baggie.
You can purchase Unit 10 individually HERE or