Monster Rush Time Telling Game

You’ve got a pet monster and places to be. Will his silly antics make you late or early? Find out in this hilarious time telling game that will have kids adding and subtracting time while laughing over their monster’s tricks.

This free game about silly monsters is a hilarious way to help kids learn to add and subtract measurements of time!

Monster Rush: An incredibly silly time telling game that’s monstrously fun!

From licking plates clean to pretending to be an airplane, these silly monsters are out of control! You’ve got places to be and your monsters just don’t seem to be able to get you there on time. Will their silly antics make you late for your dentist appointment? Or will they – somehow- make you early for the birthday party?

Kids will have a blast with this super fun game that gives them plenty of practice to add and subtract time in increments of 5 minutes. You’re supposed to be going on a field trip at 11:45, but what happens if your monster does something so silly that you actually get there 25 minutes early? Then what time will you be there?

I really hope you and some kids in your life have some serious monster fun with this game. I had so much fun making it and my girls and I laughed a bunch while testing it out.

Enjoy!

With love,

Christy

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2018-07-09T14:01:52+00:00 August 11th, 2017|1st Grade, Beyond 1st Grade, FeaturedRecent, Math|3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Marisela November 14, 2017 at 5:46 pm - Reply

    I just want to say THANK YOU for all the beautiful and amazing printables. I know it takes a lot of time and planning to create these. You are so kind to share them for free. I totally want to meet you! I’m next door in Folsom. My first grader would love to make a new friend 🙂 God bless you!

    • pk1admin November 15, 2017 at 9:17 am - Reply

      You are so sweet, thank you so much! I’d love to meet up IRL how fun! 🙂

  2. Leo Tat December 21, 2017 at 3:01 pm - Reply

    My 7-year old son can do his arithmetics well but is weak on time. So I’m really happy to find your monster rush game. Now that he is from school for Christmas, I can play this game with him and let him learn time as well! Thanks.

    Also, I don’t think its too much colors at all, children like colorful games.

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