Elapsed Time Digital Activities for Google Slides (24-Hour Period)
This Elapsed Time Digital Activities for Google Slides (24-Hour Period) resource includes 12 Google Slides with interactive activities to help students solve elapsed time problems that take place within a 24-hour period.
These no-prep math activities are completed by dragging and dropping movable answers and typing responses to questions. Answer keys are included for each digital math activity.
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What will students review with these math activities for Google Slides?
With these digital math activities, students will:
- solve problems related to elapsed time in hours and minutes within a 24-hour period
What types of digital activities are included?
Students will complete drag and drop activities and typed response activities when completing these Google Slides.
What standards are covered?
These Elapsed Time Digital Activities for Google Slides are specifically aligned to the 2016 Virginia Math SOL 5.11.
Don’t miss out!
These Elapsed Time Digital Activities for Google Slides are great for both in-person and virtual learning. The activities can easily be accessed through your Google Drive and shared with students for a no-prep math activity or center. These digital math activities are also a fun way to prepare students for TEI items on state testing.
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