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Time Bump (Telling Time to :00, :15, :30, :45)

  • Grades: All

  • Subjects: Math

  • Product Type: N/A

  • Format: Digital product, Downloadable
$2.99

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Bump is sure to be one of your students favourite games. It is a great way to have your students practice telling time in a fun and exciting way.
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Bump is sure to be one of your students favourite games. It is a great way to have your students practice telling time in a fun and exciting way.

This is another variation of my students favourite game!

This game has 6 boards (in both black and white and colour)

The following game boards are included:
1. O'clock
2. Half Past
3. O'clock and Half Past
4. Quarter After
5. Quarter To
6. Quarter After and Quarter To

You will need:
10 coloured connecting cubes for each player

How to play:
1. Place digital time cards (included) in a pile, face down.
2. the first player flips a card. Reads the time and finds the matching analog clock. The player then places one of their connecting cubes on that clock.
3. the next player flips a card and reads the time. If there is already a cube on that clock, they "bump" it off. If the player already has a cube on that time, they make a tower, which "freezes" the spot.

Please check out my other time games.
Time Slap it

This game is also available as part of a bundle.
Time Bundle


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Welcome to the Emmy Mac Shop! I'm so excited to be part of such a great site. My name is Emily. I am a first grade teacher from Ontario, Canada. I have been teaching for over 10 years now. I have taught everything from grade 8 to kindergarten...but my one true love is grade 1. I am the mother of two little girls. My oldest daughter is in grade 3 and my youngest is in grade 1. Watching them grow and learn has helped me as a teacher. I really strive to make learning fun!

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