Hop Around the Clock – Telling Time Games

$152$216 (USD)

Telling time is tricky for students.   Numerous math skills can be taught while using this giant clock manipulative.
Over 200 pages of telling time games and activities included.

Sizes

GIANT – 2.38 m x 2.38 m, 7’10” x 7’10”
SCHOOL> – 1.93 m x 1.93 m, 6’4″ x 6’4″
HOME – 1.52 m x 1.52 m, 5′ x 5′

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Hop Around the Clock – Telling Time Games life size mat is highly engaging for our youngest students as well as students in grades 1-5.     The kids jump on the clock and use their whole bodies to tell time.  Numerous math skills can be taught while using this giant clock manipulative.  Skip Counting by 5’s, Number Recognition, Elapsed Time, Fractions, Angles, Basic Geometry, and more.

Over 200 pages of active telling time games and fun activities including task cards to get your students up and moving to time.

Telling time to the hour

Telling time to the half hour

Telling time to the quarter hour

Telling time to the five minute

Telling time to the minute

Elapsed time to the hour and half hour

Elapsed time to the quarter hour

Interactive Games and Activities

Elapsed Time – Short story problems

Make a Match

How long is a minute?

Roll and Show the time

SHOWTIME

Rockin’ Round the Clock

I Have, Who Has? Classroom Action

Hop Around the Clock Stop

Skip Counting by 5’s

 

It’s About Time Task Cards

Multiple Choice

Time vocabulary match-up game

Subtracting Time

Adding Time

Fraction of the time

Time Conversion

Additional Information

Made in Canada and the United States. (depending on your location)

Durable, lightweight, waterproof, tear-resistant, washable, indoor/outdoor use (no sharp objects or rocks underneath).  The base material is non-toxic and does not contain chlorine or halogens.

Care Instructions:
Clean your mat as needed and remove any dirt with water and a mild detergent.  If food or drink is spilled, wipe up right away with a damp cloth or mop.

Storage:
Roll up and store!

Videos

Hop-Around-the-Clock from Jump2Math on Vimeo.