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Telling Time - All Levels

These one page worksheets cover telling time. Students look at a clock and write the correct time.

Key concept: All Students need to practice their everyday time skills.

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Creating Clocks - All Levels

These one page worksheets have students fill in the correct clock handles. Students look at the time and draw in the clock.

Key concept: All Students need to practice their everyday time skills.

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Time Review - Level 1

This art worksheet reviews time. Students read clocks, count minutes, and estimate hours.

Key concept: Students should be able to tell time, and determine the duration of intervals of time in minutes and hours.




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Time Art - Level 2

This one page art worksheet helps students practice time. Students answer the word problems, find the answers in the grid, and then shade the squares that match the answers.






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Using and Reading a Schedule

These one page art worksheets have students practice reading a schedule. The schedule and picture become more difficult as the levels get higher. For example: Information is left out of the schedule and students must calculate what is missing.

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Calendar Vocabulary - Level 1

This one page worksheet reviews basic calendar vocabulary. Students fill in the blanks using the given words.

Key concept: Students should be able to understand time and know key vocabulary related to seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months and years.




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Calendar Review - Level 2

This one page worksheet reviews basic calendar knowledge. Students answer questions about dates and days of the week using calendars.

Key concept: Students should be able to solve time measurement problems and collect information from a calendar.




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Using and Reading a Schedule

These one page art worksheets have students practice reading a schedule. The schedule and picture become more difficult as the levels get higher. For example: Information is left out of the schedule and students must calculate what is missing.

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Counting Money - Level 1

This one page worksheet has students add basic USA Currency. It only uses pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.

Key concept: Students should know and understand basic money and be able to add coins.





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Counting Money - Level 2

This art worksheet reviews USA Currency. Students count dollars and change to calculate an amount.

Key concept: Students should be able to solve problems using different combinations of coins and bills.



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Buying and Change with USA Money
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This one page worksheet has students use their knowledge of currency to purchase items and then calculate how much money Alligator Jack will have left after the purchase. It uses pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.

Key concept: Students should be able to count coins, and add and subtract money (currency).


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Money Review - Level 1

This art worksheet reviews money (USA Currency). It includes basic change, rounding to the nearest dollar, and adding and subtracting money. Each student chooses their own colors to create a unique art project.

Key concept: Understand money amounts in decimal notation.


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Money Word Problems

These one page word problem worksheets review money, which are great for warm-ups or just some review. There are three different levels that have similar problems but the amounts are different.



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Money with Change - Level 1

These one page worksheets review purchasing items and calculating change. Students are given $10.00 to purchase three separate items, and calculate the total and the change they will receive back. They do this process five different times.

Key concept: Students should practice everyday mathematical experiences.

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Money with Change - Level 2

These one page worksheets review purchasing items and calculating change. Students are told they're going on a trip and need to purchase some new equipment. They need to purchase items, calculate the total, and determine their change.

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Who Done It? - All Levels

This one page worksheet has students use their basic math skills to solve a robbery. They read the information and look at the pictures to figure out who committed the crime.

Student misunderstanding: To solve the crime students need to use the information in the picture to confirm each person's alibi.



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