## 2.MD.C.7

## Tell and write time from analog and digital clocks to the nearest five minutes, using a.m. and p.m.

16 Lesson(s)

#### Integrate spring themes, joy AND rigorous practice on telling time in this lesson! Students will create a flower clock using what they understand about time to the 5 minutes. Great for 1st or 2nd grade!

#### Open number lines are a versatile and simple mental model for measuring elapsed time. This lesson develops students' analog knowledge using the skills they are close to mastering.

#### Students dive headfirst into solving a mystery of the stolen diamond in this time to the 15 minute lesson, perfect for 1st or 2nd grade.

#### Create a real world scenario for telling time in this lesson where students make a movie schedule.

#### Students worked on telling time to the hour and half hour earlier in the year. Now they will apply their understanding of counting by 5s to telling time to the five minute interval.

#### Play a fun partner game to practice telling time. The game is differentiated for 3 different levels!

#### There never seems to be enough time! Incorporate expository writing, telling time AND fun in this lesson where students get to create and write about their play watches!

#### As the result of a Unit assessment, it was found that students showed some confusion with writing time and with adding sets of coins. These skills need to be reviewed to aid in mastery of the Common Core standards for time and money.

#### Common Core Standards stress the importance of real life applications of math. Using temperature is one way to show how math is really used.

#### Current events - especially the Olympics - should not be ignored in the classroom. Bring the Olympics into the classroom as students gather and interpret data.

#### Students will revisit telling time to the 5 minute interval while taking an imaginary trip to the Olympics, spending money for their visit, and measuring as they compete..

#### After an assessment it is important to correct any misunderstandings that may have become evident in the assessment.

#### This introduction to time allows students to explore the terms we use with time and connects telling time to measurement. Also a great introduction to AM and PM in 2nd!

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