In the Time and Measurement File Cabinet folder, you’ll find a variety of engaging activities to use when teaching time and measurement. The freebies don’t usually include directions or answer keys, but you are welcome to use them to create your own activities.
Teaching measurement can seem like such a struggle but it doesn’t have to be a chore. There loads of fun strategies for teaching and reinforcing customary measurement skills.
Who can remember how many cups are in a gallon and how many pints are in a quart? I have to admit that I used to look this information up every time I needed it.
Stop the Clock Games – Drag the digital times to match them with the analog clocks. Stop the clock when finished! Can you beat your time? Click on one of the levels below to try it.
To learn how to make this game more interactive for whole group or small group instruction, read Stop the Clock – Adventures in Teaching Time!
Stop the Clock Game Levels:
Bang on Time Interactive Game – Read the time below the clock and watch the hands move. When the time on the clock matches the time in word form, stop the clock. Score points for accuracy. Challenging!