Get ready to practice telling time using analog clocks in this fun, interactive math activity from iKnowIt.com! In this engaging math game geared toward first grade, students will practice telling time in hours and half hours. Math questions in this interactive lesson are presented in fill-in-the-blank format, multiple-choice format, and drag-and-drop format. By the time your students complete this online math activity, they will be experts at telling time in hour and half hour increments!
Students will answer a variety of telling time questions in this first-grade math lesson. Here are a few examples of the types of questions students may be expected to answer: "What time is shown on the clock?" Students will be shown an analog clock. They will choose between two possible answers. "Drag the clocks to match the time shown." Students will drag the clock that reads "6:30" into the "6:30" column of the T-chart. They will drag the clock that reads "12:30" into the "12:30" column of the T-chart. "Which clock shows 11:30?" Students will choose the analog clock that shows the correct time. If students need a little extra help solving a math problem, they can click on the "Hint" button. The hint consists of a written clue that will point students in the right direction without giving away the answer. When students answer a question incorrectly, a detailed explanation page will show them the right answer accompanied by an easy-to-understand explanation. Students will progress through this telling time activity learning from previous mistakes.
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This interactive math lesson is classified as Level A. It may be ideal for first grade students.
Measurement and Data
Students will tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks.
Telling Time: Analog Clocks (To the Hour) (Level A)
In this first grade-level math lesson, students will practice telling time to the hour using analog clocks. Questions are presented in multiple-choice format, drag-and-drop format, and fill-in-the-blank format.
Telling Time: Analog & Digital Clocks (Half Hours) (Level A)
Students will practice telling time to the half hour using analog and digital clocks. Questions are presented in multiple-choice format and drag-and-drop format.