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All Games for 3rd Graders on Time to the Nearest Minute
Time to the nearest minute is important for 3rd graders, but can be monotonous to learn. With daily practice and fun games online, this can be made interesting. Keep reading to learn about some playful and educational games related to time.
Telling Time to the Nearest Minute
Time can be a tricky subject, but it gets easier with regular practice and understanding the subject thoroughly. Telling time to the nearest minute means observing the minute markings on a clock and telling the time accordingly.
For example, if the time is 4:52, then it means that there are eight more minutes to 5 o'clock. Hence, the time would be eight minutes to five.
Fun Ways to Understand Time
The following are some interesting ways in which you can encourage your kids to practice fun games related to time to the nearest minute:
 Read Time in Different Formats: This game tests how quick kids are on their feet by exposing them to telling the time in different formats. As a bonus, your kids will be rewarded with gold coins for each right answer!
 Read Time: This audiovisual game displays an analog clock on the screen. 3rd graders should read the time displayed on the clock and hone their clock reading skills!
Learning Time Takes Time
For some kids, gaining conceptual clarity on the subject of time can be like embarking on choppy waters. With terminologies like "half past six" or "quarter to four", reading time can get confusing.
Be Patient
Kids will take time to understand the concept thoroughly. As parents, it is important to be patient with your kids and keep them motivated while they are learning an important subject such as time.
Encourage 3rd graders to read an analog clock in your home, solve worksheets, and play online games. Make sure you space out these activities instead of doing them too often; otherwise, your kids may lose interest.
SplashLearn's fun online games have you and your kids covered! These educational activities give your kids a holistic learning experience with many math topics essential in Grade 3. Encourage your kids to play to ensure they gain a thorough understanding of the topic.