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I created this unit to help supplement our math curriculum. You will find more than 50 differentiated printables to help your students practice the difficult skill of elapsed time. I have broken down these printables from the easiest skill (elapsed time to the hour) to the most difficult (elapsed time to the minute). For many of the printables, I have included two version: one with a number line and one without a number line. For my students, I used the printables with the number line for elapsed time to the hour and half hour. I then transitioned them to drawing their own number line when we began time to the quarter hour.There are many word problems included in this unit. Since many of my math intervention students are also my reading intervention students, I tried to be aware of the reading difficulty of the word problems and keep them easier to read for my struggling students.In this unit, you will find printables for these skills:Elapsed time to the hour: practice pages, word problems, and patterns in time.Elapsed time to the half hour: practice pages, word problems, and patterns in time.Elapsed time to the quarter hour: practice pages, word problems, and patterns in time.Elapsed time to every 5 minutes: practice pages, word problems, and patterns in time.Elapsed time to the minute: practice pages, word problems, and patterns in time.Drawing a number line: practice pages for all of the above elapsed time increments (I included this for those that use the pages with number lines first or just as extra practice).Elapsed time word problems: Word problem practice pages for finding how much time has passed and beginning times.Differentiated printable activities: 3 different activities that are differentiated based up on difficulty.Answer sheets are included for every page.Please let me know if you see any errors or problems through the questions tab, I have been over this unit many times but we all make mistakes!Thank you for checking out my products!Angelia
Aloha! I'm a 2nd grade special education teacher and mom to 5 kids (3 are triplets!) I like to create hands on activities that work well for all types of learners.