Are you ready to give your class extra practice in telling time to the hour? Check out this interactive telling time lesson from iKnowIt.com! Your students will answer questions such as, "Which clock shows 10:00?" and "What time is shown on the clock?" Questions are presented in multiple choice, drag-and-drop, and fill-in-the-blank format.
If students need a little extra help answering a math question, they can use the "Hint" button in the lower-left corner of their practice screen. They will be shown a relevant pictorial clue of an analog clock, along with a written description: "The red hour hand is on the two. The blue minute hand is on the twelve." Likewise, if students get an answer wrong, a detailed explanation page will appear on their screen, showing them a custom graphic and written description of the correct answer, so they can learn from mistakes as they move through the lesson.
Educators and students alike enjoy using the I Know It math program to practice elementary math skills! Teachers appreciate the variety of lessons in our expanding collection, as well as the quality and scope of each individual lesson. Students love the interactive features in their math practice sessions, including the silly animated characters and emojis, positive feedback messages, and the awards they earn for reaching new milestones in their math practice.
Each math lesson on I Know It includes several features that help children make the most out of their math practice time. The progress-tracker in the upper-right corner of the practice screen tells students how many questions they have answered in the lesson so far. The score-tracker beneath that shows students how many questions they have answered correctly so far. A read-aloud feature, indicated by the speaker icon, lets students hear the question read out loud to them in a clear voice. (This option is great for ESL/ELL students or students who prefer auditory learning!)
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Students will log into the website with their own login credentials, and they will be taken to a kid-friendly homepage from which they can access all their assignments. They also have the option to explore other lessons at their grade level, and even lessons at other grade levels as well. Grade levels are labeled as "Level A," "Level B," "Level C," and so on, making it easier for you to assign lessons based on a child's skill level and individual needs.
This interactive math lesson is categorized at a "Level A." It may be ideal for first grade students.
Measurement and Data
Students will demonstrate an ability to tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks.
Telling Time (To the Half Hour) (Level A)
In this first grade-level math lesson, students will practice telling time to the half hour. Questions are presented in multiple choice and fill-in-the-blank format.
Reading a Calendar (Months) (Level A)
Students will practice reading a calendar and becoming familiar with the months of the year in this first grade-level math lesson. Math questions are presented in fill-in-the-blank and multiple choice format.