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  1. www.ipracticemath.com A complete Math Practice platform For k-12 grades. Suggest ways that parents can help their child learn, such as give them practice Math for 30 minutes a day. www.iPracticeMath.com

  2. What time is it ???????? TIME www.iPracticeMath.com

  3. Facts About Time Time is the ongoing sequence of events taking place. The past, present and future.We measure time using seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months and years.Clocks measure time. www.iPracticeMath.com

  4. Telling Time to the HourAM/PM vs. 24 Hour Clock Normally the time is shown as Hours: Minutes There are 24 Hours in a Day and 60 Minutes in each Hour. www.iPracticeMath.com

  5. The long hand is the minute hand. The short hand is the hour hand. The Hands of Time www.iPracticeMath.com

  6. There are 60 minutes on a clock face. 60 5 10 55 15 50 20 45 25 40 35 30 The Hands of Time www.iPracticeMath.com

  7. The Hands of Time Count the numerals on the clock. There are only 12 hours on a clock face. So, the hour hand is a short hand. www.iPracticeMath.com

  8. “Minute” is a long word. The minute hand is the longer hand. minute “Hour” is a short word. The hour hand is the shorter hand. hour www.iPracticeMath.com

  9. When the minute hand is pointing to 12, read the time as “o’clock”. In this case, the hour hand is pointing to the 3 and it is “three o’clock”.

  10. Now the minute hand is pointing to 12 and the hour hand is pointing to the 5. So, we read the time as “five o’clock”.

  11. Four Quarters A clock divided into 4 equal sections, 4 QUARTERS. Each quarter would represent a 15 minute section. www.iPracticeMath.com

  12. AM/PM • 12:00 AM is MIDNIGHT. • 12:00 PM is NOON . • When we say AM, we are referring to the hours before NOON. • When we say PM, we are referring to the hours past NOON. www.iPracticeMath.com

  13. Important Facts About Time • 60 seconds= 1 minute • 60 minutes= 1 hour • 24 hours= 1 day • 30 minutes= 1 half hour • 15 minutes= 1 quarter hour www.iPracticeMath.com

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  16. Leap year • A leap year is a kind of a year • that has one extra day in it. • Leap Years are any year that can be divided by 4 (such as 2012, 2016, etc).  • For example : leap year : • 1998 , 1996 , 1950 ,2004 , 2010 , 1942 , 1912 , 2032 www.iPracticeMath.com

  17. We already know that time is expressed either in 12 hrs. clock format or in 24 hrs. clock format • Write am/pm wherever applicable • 3:00 in the morning 3:00 am • 5:00 in the evening 5:00 pm • 12:30 in the afternoon 12:30 pm • 10:00 at night 10:00 pm www.iPracticeMath.com

  18. Convert the following into 12 - hrs clock time • 23:00 hrs 11:00 pm • 13:20 hrs 1:20 pm • 00:00 hrs 12:00 am (midnight) • 15:30 hrs 3:30 pm www.iPracticeMath.com

  19. www.iPracticeMath.com Time in 24 hr Clock to 12 hr Format Convert minutes to seconds Find the day before few days Convert seconds to minutes Calendar related Facts 30 Minute Math Practice Everyday