2.MD.C.7 Games

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.MD.C.7

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"Tell and write time from analog and digital clocks to the nearest five minutes, using a.m. and p.m."

Our Take: The second grader should able to tell time on both an analog and digital clock. Having tackled telling time to the nearest hour and half hour in first grade, second graders advance to telling time to the nearest five minutes and accurately labeling whether the time with a.m. and p.m. Students often practice this skill by looking at the short and long hands of an analog clock and recording the time.

These games can help students practice this Common Core State Standards skill.

Games

Telling Time Quiz
Telling Time Quiz
Game
Telling Time Quiz
Kids practice identifying analog and digital clocks with specific times.
2nd grade
Math
Game
Clock Match: Time to 5 Minutes
Clock Match: Time to 5 Minutes
Game
Clock Match: Time to 5 Minutes
Kids must match digital and analog clocks that show the same time.
2nd grade
Math
Game
Stop the Clock!
Stop the Clock!
Game
Stop the Clock!
Kids must listen carefully to stop the clock once it reaches the target time.
2nd grade
Math
Game
Set the Clock: Time to 5 Minutes
Set the Clock: Time to 5 Minutes
Game
Set the Clock: Time to 5 Minutes
Kids practice setting the clock to 5-minute increments to match specific times.
2nd grade
Math
Game
Telling Time in the Sky
Telling Time in the Sky
Game
Telling Time in the Sky
Your kid will listen, then locate the right clock in this time telling game.
1st grade
Math
Game
Telling Time Story
Telling Time Story
Story
Telling Time Story
Help kids master telling the essential skill of time with this rhyming poem.
1st grade
Math
Story

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