What TIME Is It, Mr. Fox?

Hi everyone,

Have you seen my time printables yet??
Apparently, I COMPLETELY forgot to share these with you...
I have too much going on! HA!

First, we worked on time to the hour.
For this activity, we looked at the analog clock and fill in the digital clock.

We looked at digital clocks to draw the hands on the analog clocks (page on the left). 
We also played a spinner game (page on the right) to match analog and digital clocks together. Students colored each part of the spinner a different color and then used a pencil and paper clip to spin. We love spinner games in my class :)

Here is an activity we did once we learned about time to the half hour. My students were SO impressed when they found out that the minute hand moves too!! Haha!
It's the little things ;)

The spinner game was such a HUGE success that we played it with the half hour too!

I made these super fun clocks for our whole group activities. My students were really proud to each have their OWN clock to move and change the time. We played a fun game with these clocks and it really helped us work on our new skills!
This game was very simple. I called out a time and my little learners moved their hands to the right places on their clocks. Easy peasy game with GREAT success!

I also made these puzzles for our centers. I don't have a picture of them in action but here is what they look like:

You can find all the activities above, with the clock templates, at my TPT store.

We are moving on to our next unit. Can you guess what it is??

Later gators,

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