A FREE Time Poster

A Free Time Poster to print and hang in your classroom. Hang the poster on your math wall or use when teaching about time. Click the picture below to download it and start using it today. 
 FREE TIme Poster

Check out more TIME resources below. 
 Elapsed Time Task Cards 3 Centers
Are you looking for Elapsed Time? I have some fun and engaging task cards to help learn about elapsed time. This set includes 3 math centers! A total of 48 Task Cards. All Task Cards use 5 minute intervals.
 Elapsed TIme Task Card Center 1
 Elapsed TIme Task Card Center 2 Elapsed Time Center 3

 Time Worksheets to Nearest 5 Minutes
Here is a set of 20 worksheets all about time to the nearest 5 minutes. This pack has 5 different types of worksheets. Students tell the time on the clock, students draw the hands on the clock, and students use elapsed time to solve problems. There is also a set of assessment worksheets for a quick quiz on who's telling time. Click the picture on the left to read more about it. 
 Time Worksheets

 Time to Nearest Minute
Here are 24 task cards to tell time to the nearest minute. This set will surely help your students practice telling time. This pack comes with recording sheets. Use these task cards at a math center or during your small group time. 
 24 Time to the Minute Task Cards

 Elapsed Time Worksheet
Here's a great resource that practices time and elapsed time. This pack has 32 half sheets all about time! These are perfect for your lesson, homework, classwork, centers, or for exit tickets!
 Example of Mini Workbook of TIme

Time Bingo! This one comes in 3 different sets. Set one has just to the hour and half-hour. Set two has the hour, half-hour, and quarter-hour. Set three has all times to the nearest 5 minutes. Click on the set you are working on to learn more about Time Bingo! 
 Time Bingo to the nearest 5 minutes Time Bingo to the nearest half hour Time Bingo to the hour half-hour and quarter hour

 Blank Calendars and Calendar Questions
Here is a pack of Blank Calendars and Calendar Questions to ask when learning about the calendar. This pack is great for 1st-3rd grade classrooms. Students will understand how to use the calendar in this neat pack. Click the picture on the left to read more about it.
 Blank Calendars and Calendar Questions Example

 Time Telling Blog Post with Ideas
Click the picture on the left to see another blog post about some time telling tips and preview newer resources. 

Here are some classroom resources you may need while teaching your time unit:
Classroom Clock Kit
Little Class Clocks

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