# 2nd Grade Common Core: 2.MD.7

Common Core Identifier: 2.MD.7 / Grade: 2

Curriculum: Measurement And Data: Work With Time And Money.

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

51 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Play this fun clock bingo game with your students to practice time to the nearest five minutes. (3:05, 3:10, 3:15)

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Write the time shown on each clock. Times to the nearest five minutes. (4:25, 4:30, 4:45)

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Play this fun time-telling game with your students. Times are in 5-minute intervals. (2:25, 3:00, 8:40)

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Draw the hands on the clock faces to show the given times. (6:45, 6:50, 6:55)

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Read and write the times shown on the clocks. Then write the elapsed times.

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Play this "I have... Who has..." game to practice advanced time. Students will review advanced time phrases such as minutes to, quarter to, minutes after, quarter after, and half past.

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Make an origami cootie catcher (a.k.a. fortune teller) that will help kids learn to read clocks. All times shown are in 5-minute increments (1:55, 3:35, 12:10, etc.).

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This one teaches kids to read time in advanced word form. (examples: "ten minutes to three" and "quarter to seven")

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This cute story for kids uses portions of pie to explain how to tell time on a clock. Story includes a set of comprehension questions and a practice worksheet.

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Cut out the clock faces and glue them above the correct times. (6:55, 7:35, 8:05)

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This is a collection of advanced oval tabs for your classroom clock. Tabs read, quarter to, quarter after, half past, ten after, twenty to, five after, etc.

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Cut out the giant clock and attach the hands with paper fasteners; Great hands-on manipulative for teaching time-telling skills.

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Attach these tabs to your classroom clock to help kids learn to read the correct time. Tabs read :05, :10, :15, :20, etc.

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This pdf has advanced triangular time tabs, including quarter to, half past, five to, ten past, twenty to, twenty-five past, and quarter after.

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Attach these clock tabs to your classroom clock. These oval-shaped tabs read :05, :10, :15, :20, etc.

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Cut out the clock face, the hands, and the tabs. The tabs have advanced time phrases, such as quarter after, half past, ten after, twenty to, quarter to, etc. Glue the tabs in the correct positions on the clock.

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Simple word problems in which students must convert phrases like "quarter to one" into standard form.

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Skills for this week include reading analog clocks, word problems, writing numbers in expanded form, reading a pictograph, measurement, dividing shapes into equal parts, and counting money.

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On these daily review worksheets, students will review time (am/pm), add 2-digit numbers using the standard algorithm, solve word problems using part-part-whole models, identify flat surfaces on solid shapes, and answer questions related to place value (3-digits).

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Students will find the time for each of the clocks and write it on the lines.

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With this week's worksheets, students will practice both single- and multistep operations, elapsed time, and more.

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Practice key math concepts like addition and subtraction, reading a table, elapsed time, and more with this next series of Daily Word Problems.

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The six clocks on this printable worksheet are set with pictures of hearts and teddy bears.

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Practice telling time in 5-minute increments with this Easter-themed worksheet.

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Within this set you'll find a variety of word problems, determining odd from even, telling time questions, geometry problems, and equal parts questions.

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Give your students more practice with important elementary math topics such as elapsed time, operations with money, and more.

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Cut the clocks and glue them by the correct time. (examples: five after 4, quarter after 3, quarter to 4)

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Write the time using the phrases, "quarter after," "quarter to," and "half past."

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This file contains the first 5 days of daily math review for 3rd graders. (This file covers skills from the end of 2nd grade.) Skills include: 2-digit and 3-digit addition and subtraction, counting money, reading analog clocks, measurement with nonstandard units, polygons, and word problems.

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Determine the time shown on each clock. Includes advanced terminology, such as "twenty-five minutes to eight."

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This worksheet features problems that require column addition, understanding of elapsed time, and knowledge of odd/even numbers.

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Match the time with the correct words (quarter after, quarter to, half past, minutes after, and minutes to)

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State the times. Clock are shown with times in 5-minute increments. (examples: 5:15, 3:40, 6:05)

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This worksheet has pictures of candy, ghosts, and pumpkins and six clocks for students to find the nearest 5 minutes time on.

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On these 2nd grade Daily Review worksheets, your students will review double-digit subtraction, counting money, writing times on analog clocks, basic multiplication with an array, and counting angles on shapes.

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On these worksheets, students will practice and review naming fraction parts, counting place value blocks, bar model addition and subtraction, expanded form, and measuring centimeters.

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Try this next set of Daily Word Problems and have students practice repeated addition, multiplication, elapsed time, and more!

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These daily word problems cover topics like reading and interpreting a graph, operations with money, and more. Once students have successfully wrapped up this set, they may be ready to move on to the next level!

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Cut out the clock face, the hands, and the minute tabs. Attach the hands with brass paper fasteners. Then glue the minute tabs in the correct positions.

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Read the time shown on each clock face. Times to the nearest quarter hour. (quarter after 5, quarter after 7)

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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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Your students can use this popsicle-themed worksheet to find the time to the nearest 5 minutes on each of the six clocks.

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Learn about halves, thirds, and quarters. Compare using the symbols for

*greater than*,*less than*, and*equal to*. Use a centimeter ruler to draw lines. Add and subtract ten using mental math. Read times on analog clocks.Level:

In week 4 of Math Buzz, students will practice measurement, naming 3D solid shapes, place value, dividing shapes into equal parts, and making a bar graph.

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Students will use math to solve realistic situations described to them. Worksheets include both single- and multistep problems.

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Practice concepts such as reading a table, adding and subtracting, and operations with money.

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There are 30 task cards in this file. Each one has a clock showing a time with minutes ending in 0 or 5. (3:35, 3:40, 3:45, 3:50, etc.) These cards can be used to play math games, for learning centers, or classroom scavenger hunts.

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This is a different variation of the money bonds worksheet above.

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The coins on the outside of each web add up to the money total in the center circle. Write the correct coins in the empty circles.

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