Listly by Jon Samuelson
A list developed by Cindy Lawrence, 3rd grade teacher at Barton Creek Elementary. This list accompanies Chapter 1 of the Everyday Math curriculum.
Combine reading the actual words describing time, and then stop the clock when it reads the same time.
Learn to Tell Time! Kids practice setting the time on the clocks by selecting a type of clock and then dragging the hands of the analogue clock or by clicking the up and down buttons of the digital clock.
One Time Level 4. Learn how to use a clock to tell time!
Learn how to tell time with clocks with this fun math arcade game.
Matching game to learn weeks into days and other time conversions .
Welcome to Clockmaker! Design your own working online clock by changing its colors, font colors, and style. You can even change the numbers from standard numerals to Roman Numerals. When you are done designing your clock, click “play game.” See how long it takes you to identify ten different times. Click “wind,” allow the hands to spin and then enter the hours and minutes when they stop. Then, click “check.” After you get ten times correct, the game ends and you an see how many seconds it took you.
Fun game to try that lets you pick dates off of a calendar. Example: find 3 weeks and 2 days after February 12th.
Game that involves setting the clock to the designated time.
Fun game that involves moving the boy or girl under the correct clock and shining your flashlight on it.