# Time to the Half-Hour Resources

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Time to the Half Hour Check-in
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Time to the Half Hour Check-in
What time is it? Time to check in on your first graders' clock reading skills! Use this activity to assess your students’ abilities to tell time to the half hour.
Math
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Funny Clock Faces
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Funny Clock Faces
Kids will love practicing telling time to the half hour with these super silly analog clocks.
Math
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Vocabulary Cards: Clock Concentration
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Vocabulary Cards: Clock Concentration
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson Plan: Clock Concentration.
Math
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Glossary: Clock Concentration
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Glossary: Clock Concentration
Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson Plan: Clock Concentration.
Math
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Tick Tock: Learning to Tell the Time
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Tick Tock: Learning to Tell the Time
In this worksheet, all the clocks are missing their hands. Your child will need to look at what time it is and draw in the clock hands.
Math
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Make a Clock!
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Make a Clock!
In this hands-on craft project, kids will make an analog clock of their own, and then use it to learn how to tell time.
Math
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Telling Time Story
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Telling Time Story
Help kids master telling the essential skill of time with this rhyming poem.
Math
Story
Telling Time Song
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Telling Time Song
Kids learn how to tell time to the hour and half-hour in this catchy song.
Math
Song

### Time to the Half-Hour Resources

Despite digital advances, there are some inventions—like the clock—that stand the test of time. That is why it is important for children to learn how to tell time. The Learning Library provides practical lessons and vibrant games that teach kids about half-hours. They will learn how to recognize both digital and analog time and understand the length of 30 minutes.

### Timely Resources on Time to the Half-Hour

We encounter the clock in many cases throughout the day, which is why it's crucial for students to learn the practical skill of telling time. After understanding how hours work, the next step is getting a sense of half-hours, including how much time half-hours represent and what they look like on the clock. There are many tools for kindergartners and first graders that help kids recognize the thirty-minute mark.

Time Memory is lesson plan turned into a matching game as students match written words to digital clock representations. Time to Roll takes mastering the minute hand a step further as students learn to tell time at the nearest quarter. Telling Time Story familiarizes children to the concept of hours and half-hours through rhyme and illustrations. Young students can visualize the minute and hour hands with a whimsical cuckoo clock game. For more online learning, there is a Telling Time Song that incorporates audio and visual methods of teaching. These Timely Resources will teach kids how to tell time in no time at all.