## Telling Time Mega Unit

Telling time is an important Math skill to learn in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Grades. This math unit will give you everything you need to teach this skill! This resource includes:

– 5 Posters
– 84 Student Pages (See detailed description below)

In 1st grade, students should be able to tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks.

In 2nd grade, students should be able to tell and write time from analog and digital clocks to the nearest five minutes, using a.m. and p.m.

By the end of 3rd grade, students should be able to tell and write time to the nearest minute and measure time intervals in minutes. They should also be able to add time correctly, for example if given a clock that shows it is 5pm and they are asked to add four hours and 16 minutes, they can do it!

This Telling Time Mega Unit created by My Teaching Library will give you and your students the tools to learn and practice all of the above skills!

Here is a detailed description of what you’ll find in the unit:

Posters
– Parts of a Clock poster
– AM & PM poster
– 5 Minute Intervals poster (displaying marked 0, 5, 10, 15….45, 50, 55 intervals)
– 15 Minute Intervals poster (displaying highlighted intervals 0, 15, 30, 45)
– 30 Minute Intervals poster (displaying highlighted intervals 0, 30)

Student Pages

AM & PM Differentiation
– 4 AM & PM student worksheets

Telling Time – Reading Analog and Digital Clocks

– 10 Hour worksheets (5 where students will draw the hands on the clock digital to analog and 5 where students will write the time displayed on the clock analog to digital)
– 10 Half Hour worksheets (30 minute interval) worksheets (5 where students will draw the hands on the clock digital to analog and 5 where students will write the time displayed on the clock analog to digital)
– 10 Quarter Hour worksheets (15 minute interval) worksheets (5 where students will draw the hands on the clock digital to analog and 5 where students will write the time displayed on the clock analog to digital)
– 10 Ten minute interval worksheets (5 where students will draw the hands on the clock digital to analog and 5 where students will write the time displayed on the clock analog to digital)
– 10 Five minute interval worksheets (5 where students will draw the hands on the clock digital to analog and 5 where students will write the time displayed on the clock analog to digital)
– 5 Five minute intervals worksheets (mixed: digital to analog and analog to digital)
– 5 One minute intervals worksheets (digital to analog)
– 5 One minute intervals worksheets (analog to digital)
– 5 One minute interval worksheets (mixed: digital to analog and analog to digital)

Time Passage – Adding Time (Word Problems)
5 – Adding time by hours worksheets
5 – Adding time by the half-hour (30 minute) worksheets
5 – Adding time by the quarter-hour (15 minute intervals) worksheets
5 – Adding time by the minute worksheets

Answer Keys for all student pages

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## 2nd Grade Measurement Skills | Learning and Practicing

During 2nd grade, students are asked to learn a variety of measuring skills. Among these include learning to determine and use appropriate measurement tools such as a ruler, a yardstick, a meter stick, a tape measure and measuring cups.

Students are also asked to be able to measure objects two ways (using U.S. standard measure and metric), to be able to compare measured objects, and to solve measurement word problems (addition and subtraction).

My Teaching Library has created two resources to help students learn and practice these skills. These resources include both interactive, hands-on activities as well as worksheets.

### Fun with Measurement

Hands-on activities and worksheets designed for students learning measurement skills such as:

• Reading a ruler and using to measure objects (inches and centimeters)
• Determining the best measurements (inches, feet, yards, miles / ounce, pounds / centimeter, meter, kilometer)
• Tools of measurement
• Comparing objects that have been measured

There are 6 Parts within the unit:

• Part 1: Interactive Measurement
• Student manipulatives & rulers
• 3 – Student answer sheets
• Part 2: Measuring and Best Unit
• 7- Measure the objects worksheets (inches, half inch, centimeter)
• 1 – Centimeter worksheet
• 3 – Mark the Ruler worksheets
• 9 – Indicate best unit of measurement – (inches, feet, yards, miles) (ounces, pounds) (centimeter, meter, kilometer)
• Part 3 – Tools of Measurement
• 2 Matching worksheets
• 2 Writing worksheets
• Part 4: Scavenger Hunt
• 4 Scavenger Hunt worksheets Each includes 6 clues and students must find and identify matching objects
Examples
Clue #1 – Find something that is less than 8 inches but more than 4 inches.
Clue #2 – Find something that is greater than 4 meters.
• Part 5: Measuring Cups
• 2 Read the measuring cup worksheets (1/4 cup – 1/2 cup – 3/4 cup – 1 cup )
• 2 Read the measuring cup worksheets (2oz – 4 oz- 6oz – 8oz)
• Part 6: Measure and Compare
• 3 Measure and answer comparison questions

### Fun with Measurement 2

Hands-on activities and worksheets designed for students learning measurement skills such as:

• Using a variety of measurement tools (ruler, yardstick, meter stick and tape measure)
• Finding two different measurements for objects (inches and centimeters)
• Estimating measurements
• Solving measurement word problems (with bonus if converting inches to feet and inches).

Includes:

• 2 Measure Twice worksheets plus an activity (inches and centimeters)
• 5 Estimating Measurement activities
• ruler – inches
• ruler – centimeters
• yardstick
• meter stick
• tape measure
• 1 What Would You Use? worksheet (ruler or yardstick)
• 1 Measurement Word Problems worksheet

Looking for additional ‘Measurement’ resources for 2nd grade? Check out these dealing with money and time

Counting Money | U.S. Coins

Coins Posters

AM or PM | 2nd Grade

Telling Time | Math Center

It’s All About Money | A Comprehensive, Interactive Unit

Create a Clock

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## March Math Workbook | 2nd Grade

If you teach 2nd grade, here is a workbook that will give students 20 shamrock themed worksheets to practice a variety of important skills:

• rounding
• graphing
• fractions
• counting money
• patterns
• measurement
• telling time

There are 20 student worksheets, 5 include word problems!  Students love these March, shamrock themed worksheets.

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## Roman Numerals & How They Began

Historians believe Roman Numerals began as a tally system. Shepherds on the hills and in the fields around Rome would cut marks into sticks to keep track of how many sheep or goats were in their care.

Each animal was counted then recorded on a wooden stick with a single notch cut with a knife. Every fifth sheep was recorded on the stick with two notches which formed a V.  Each tenth sheep was recorded with two cuts to form an X. This method of record keeping was still being used by Italian shepherds during the Nineteenth Century!

## How to Write Roman Numerals

I = 1
V = 5
X = 10
L = 50
C = 100
D = 500
M = 1000

The mnemonic ‘I Value Xylophones Like Cows Do Milk’ may really help you. If you’d like a poster and/or flash cards, you can get them on My Teaching Library…

## How to Read & Write Roman Numerals – The Additive Property

The Additive Property – This rather ‘techo’ term simply means to ADD the value of each symbol to arrive at the final number .
e.g. LXXXIII = 50 + 10 + 10 +10 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 83

## Fun Lapbook Project to learn Roman Numerals

Students will learn both the history and math of roman numerals as they create a lasting project. Students are given informational text (a brief history) of this numerical system as well as an explanation of the numbers and how they are used (counted – will require students to ‘identify’ given numbers – i.e. CDLX). Students will also learn how roman numerals are used now in every day life.

Includes:

• – Explanation and instructions for creating a lapbook
• – Informational text
• – Map of Ancient Roman Empire
• – Lapbooking templates

My Teaching Library is also offering a FREE worksheet to get students working with Roman Numerals 1 to 99. This FREE Roman Numerals Worksheet has been taken from MTL’s Roman Numerals 1 to 99 and Thanksgiving Mazes product. It will give your students practice converting Roman numerals to numbers (1 to 99). There are 12 problems and a fun cornucopia maze. Answer Key included!

Get your instant free Roman Numerals Worksheet here!

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