Your students will love reviewing telling time to the hour, to thirty minutes, to fifteen minutes and to five minutes with this set of memory games. Telling time can be a difficult task for young learners, but review will be very enjoyable with these games!
Students will find the digital time for the analog clock shown on the cards. This will help kids review how to read both types of clocks and how they correlate together.
MATERIALS NEEDED FOR THE TIME MEMORY CARD GAMES:
Card Stock or Scrapbook Paper | Laminating Pouches | Laminator
This set has multiple levels of time for maximum review of each level. I prefer to print on heavy paper, like card stock, as well as laminate the cards to ensure quality. Using thicker paper also ensures that students won’t be able to see the clocks or time through the back side of the memory card.
I also like to print on thick scrapbook paper, with the design/pattern side of the paper being the back. This adds fun to the card game itself.
Time on the hour: Pages 4-5
Time on the half hour Level One: Pages 6-7
Time on the :15: Pages 8-9
Time on the :45: Pages 10-11
Time to 5 minutes (that are not included in the other sections): Pages 12-15
Please note: Not all times are included in the time to 5 minutes section, but there are 3 puzzles for each five minute period.
This is perfect for a classroom setting because it includes all levels of time to ensure that all students are able to review at the level they are on. This is a fantastic game for centers or even individual time.