These telling time STEM cards give kids hands-on practice with digital, analog AND elapsed time. The set saves you so much prep hunting down “just right” activities for a telling time unit.
Prepping the activity was quick and easy. I printed the cards on cardstock, laminated them and cut along the grey lines to separate the pieces.
To keep the sets together, I punched a hole in the bottom right corner of the cards and hooked each set together with a binder ring.
Then I placed the cards in a separate STEM box along with the matching record sheets and any dry erase pens or student clocks children needed for the activity.
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Inside You’ll Find
To make it easy for you to differentiate, I created an “easy” and “harder” set of STEM cards for each skill.
Children work on digital time to the nearest 15 minute OR 5 minute interval – whatever is their “just right fit”.
They practice analog time to the nearest 5 and 15 minutes.
Then they solve elapsed time with stories…
And analog clocks.
The pack even includes record sheets and answer keys so you can easily check students’ progress!