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How To Tell Time

How To Tell Time

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How To Tell Time

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  1. How To Tell Time Second Grade Meghan Faino Click the clock to go to the homepage!

  2. Click the picture to go to your lesson! Hour Hand Minute Hand Hourly Quarter- After Half-Past Quarter-Till Minutes 5 minutes Click the clock for the review question

  3. Hour Hand • The hour hand is the short hand on the clock • There are 24 hours in the day • But this clock only shows 12 hours • You need to know whether it is morning or night Hour Hand Click the clock to go to the homepage!

  4. Minute Hand • The minute hand is the long hand on the clock • There are 60 minutes in an hour • We will never say “60 minutes” at the “60,” we start a new hour instead Minute hand Click the clock to go to the homepage!

  5. Telling Time to the Hour • First, we need to know how to tell time by the hour • When the hour hand is at a number and the minute hand is at the 12 • The clock to the right is at 8 o’clock. Click the clock to go to the homepage!

  6. Quarter-After • Quarter-after is when the minute hand is at the 3 (or 15 minutes) • It is 15 minutes after the hour • The time on the black clock right now is “quarter-after 12” • We can also see this as 12:15 on digital clocks. Click the clock to go to the homepage!

  7. Half-Past • When half the hour has gone by, the minute and should be at the 6 (or 30 minutes) • The time on the black clock right now is “half-past 12” • We also see this as 12:30 on digital clocks. Click the clock to go to the homepage!

  8. Quarter-Till (Or Quarter-Of) • When the minute hand is at the 9 (or 45 minutes) this is quarter-till or quarter-of • There are 15 minutes until the next hour • The time on the purple clock is quarter-till 12 • We also see this as 11:45 on digital clocks. Click the clock to go to the homepage!

  9. Minutes • Each blue “dash” on the clock is 1 minute • Each red “dash” is 5 minutes • Sometimes there isn’t always the blue “dashes” so you need to guess • The red and blue clock is at 1:00 because the “12” means “:OO” Click the clock to go to the homepage!

  10. Five Minutes • Every number on the clock also counts for 5 minutes • 1= 5 minutes • 2= 10 minutes • 3= 15 minutes • And so on • The yellow clock is at 5:30 • If the long hand was on the “7” it would be 5:35 Click the clock to go to the homepage!

  11. Question What time is it on the clock to the right? A. Quarter-after 11 B. Quarter-till 12 C. Quarter-till 11

  12. No, Sorry • Quarter-after 11 is not correct. The clock to the right is at quarter-after 11. Please click on the clock to try again. Click the clock for the review question

  13. No, Sorry • Quarter-till 11 is not correct. The clock to the right is at quarter-till 11. Please click on the clock to try again. Click the clock for the review question

  14. Correct! • Quarter-till 12 is correct! Please click on the forward arrow to continue. Click!

  15. You’re Done! • Good job! • Please click on the jumping clock to jump back to title slide so the lesson is ready for your classmate! Click to go to the title slide!