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3rd Grade Interactive Math Skill Builders

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Telling Time - CCSS 3.MD.A.1


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1. Bedtime Bandits.

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(students try to stay up as late as possible by blasting killer clocks that drop from the ceiling) After each stage, identifying the correct clock gets harder and harder. Eventually, students have to blast the clock that is "4 hours and 15 minutes past 2:30", for example.  SEE MORE
 
2. Discovering Elapsed Time.

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Quia Quiz. Determine the amount of time that has elapsed between two time periods SEE MORE
 
3. Elapsed Time on a Clock.

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An E-Lab activity from Harcourt School Publishers (rated for 4th grade ). Use an analog clock to measure elapsed time. SEE MORE
 
4. Elapsed Time Quiz (advanced).

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Select the answer to the question to determine the elapsed time. This quiz is for fifth grade but advanced 3rd grade students can answer these questions. SEE MORE
 
5. Elapsed Time Word Problems.

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Word Problems: Time to Minutes Within Hour There are 10 problems in this quiz SEE MORE
 
6. Elapsed Time.

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Practice finding the elapsed time when given a starting time and an ending time. Elapsed Time is one of the Interactivate assessment explorers.  SEE MORE
 
7. Elapsed Time.Online Quiz

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Word Problems: Driving Between Cities < 12 Hours Apart There are 10 problems in this quiz. SEE MORE
 
8. Is It PE Time?

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Use a chart (table) to solve problems. SEE MORE
 
9. Telling Time.

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Online quiz. Draw a line between matching items in each column. SEE MORE
 
  • Stop the Clock - Match digital time to analog clocks, or written time, by dragging the digital clocks, or written time | to the nearest hour | to the nearest half hour | to the nearest fifteen minutes | to the nearest five minutes
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