# 1st Grade Common Core: 1.MD.3

Common Core Identifier: 1.MD.3 / Grade: 1

Curriculum: Measurement And Data: Tell And Write Time.

Detail: Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks.

49 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
What Time Is It? FREE

Write the time shown on each clock. Very basic. (3:00, 8:00, 6:00)

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Your students will love this fun time-telling chain-reaction card game. Times are in half-hour intervals. (4:30, 9:00, 12:30, etc.)

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Match the time to the clock. Very basic cut and glue activity. (2:30, 6:00, 8:30)

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Match the time to the clock. Very basic cut and glue activity. (2:00, 6:00, 8:00)

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Play this whole-class chain reaction card game to practice basic clock-reading skills. Students will review hour times, such as 3:00, 7:00, 11:00, etc.

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Write the numbers on the clock face. Then draw a minute hand that points to the twelve and an hour hand that points to the five.

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Add and using place value blocks. Solve addition and subtraction word problems. Draw hands on an analog clock (nearest hour). Identify flat faces of a cylinder.

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Help keep your students' math skills fresh with this next set of first-grade Daily Word Problems.

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In the 4th week, students will practice attributes of solid shapes, value of the underlined digit, estimating length, and double-digit addition with regrouping.

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Cut out the puzzle pieces. Match each clock with the correct time. Instructions on the last page.

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Finish this series strong with a picture graph, time calculations, and other interesting daily word problems. If you've been doing this set in order, your students may be ready to move on to our second grade series!

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This week, students will find the total value of the coins shown (pennies and nickels), compare sums (using <, >, or =), solve word problems, and tell time on an alaong clock to the nearest half hour.

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Use realistic scenarios described in these word problems to help students practice crucial elementary math skills.

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Write the time shown on the St. Patrick's Day clocks on this printable worksheet.

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Choose the correct time shown on each analog and digital clock.

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If you've been doing one of these worksheets a day, you've made it past the 100th day of school! You might notice some of the problems are getting a bit trickier as you go on. This week we'll show time on a clock, read tally marks on a chart, count by tens, and more.

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This week students will use logic and reasoning skills, as well as other important math skills to solve these realistic word problems.

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In week 3, students will review in-out boxes, addition, counting money, measurement with non-standard units, and part-part-whole models.

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Write the times shown on the Christmas clocks. Times are to the nearest hour. (Examples: 8:00, 12:00, 7:00, etc.)

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Practice addition problems with missing addends, comparing sizes (shorter, longer), drawing lines to divide a shape into quarters, add and subtract double-digit numbers, and make a pictograph based on data in a tally table.

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This week, students will complete a tally chart, add time and draw it on a clock, add, and subtract.

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Draw hands on a clock. Find related math facts. Add using place value blocks. Solve addition/subtraction word problems. Find the sum of three single-digit addends.

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This Valentine's Day worksheet has six clocks for your students to find the nearest hour on.

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Students tell time using the words, "quarter after," "quarter to," and "half past".

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Use non-standard units to compare lengths of a guitar and a drum. Use place value blocks to solve subtraction and addition problems. Answer questions about a bar graph. Draw hands on a clock.

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Get some more daily practice with key math skills such as telling time, reading and making a tally chart, addition, and more.

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In this set, kids will practice skip counting by 100s, solving word problems, dividing shapes in half, reading a line plot, and telling time (half hour increments) on an analog clock.

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This summertime worksheet has six clocks on popsicles for students to find the time on.

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Affix these five-minute interval tabs to your classroom clock to help kids learn to tell time. Tabs read :05, :10, :15, :20, :25, etc.

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This PDF has task cards with clocks. Us them in your learning centers or small group activities.

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In the final first grade Math Buzz worksheet set, students will draw coins to make 7 cents, find sums and compare, draw lines to divide circles into halves and quarters, find sums and differences.

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Fill in a tally chart, count by tens, draw lines to divide a shape into equal parts, and practice more important math skills with this week's daily word problems.

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In this set, students will review skip counting by 5s, measuring with non-standard units, telling time to the nearest half hour, and comparing 2-digit numbers.

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Draw hands on each clock face to show the given time. example: Draw hands to show "Quarter to 7"

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Review fact families, telling time on analog clocks, 3D shapes, and US coin identification.

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With this week's word problems, students will add 3 or more numbers, show time on an analog clock, subtract, and more.

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Tell the time shown on the analog clocks. Tell how many equal parts are in each fraction diagram. Measure a flashlight using nonstandard units. Compare 2-digit numbers.

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This Halloween-themed worksheet has clocks for students to find the time to the nearest hour.

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This file contains 24 task cards with pictures of clocks. Each clock shows a time, in half hour intervals. (example: 1:30, 2:00, 2:30, 3:00...) Use these for learning center games or small group math activities.

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Practice basic clock-reading skills with this Easter worksheet.

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This week your students will read and interpret a bar graph, draw time on a clock, practice their addition and subtraction skills, and more!

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Mixed Math: B2 FREE

What number is shown by the place value blocks? Subtract to find out how many boys are in Miss Minn's class. Write the time shown on the clock.

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Write how much money is left after a purchase. Write the time from a clock. Choose geometric shapes.

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Find dates on a calendar. Complete addition and subtraction skills with a shape.

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