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Using this Time in the Kitchen Time Intervals Activity, students tell and write time to the nearest minute and measure time intervals in minutes.
It is important for our students to be able to tell time, but it’s even more important for our students to figure out how long an activity may take. This activity helps your students to practice showing how long an event takes.
Match the word problem cards to the correct time and time line cards. Then, match the analog clocks to the correct digital clock. Finally, students continue their practice using the provided worksheet.
If you are using this activity, your students are probably learning about telling time.
Use this Put the Time in the Coconut Activity as an additional resource for your students.
Introduce this activity by showing the first word problem about Lacy as an example. Next, students share what they notice from the time card. Push students to share how they would figure out how long the event would take. Then, students complete the activity independently or with a partner. Finally, students can continue their practice with the worksheets.
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