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### Overview

In this activity, students will practice reading analog and digital clocks and practice using a.m. and p.m. when writing time. Included are simple teacher-led activities and hands-on exercises for students.

## UP:MA19.2.23

• Analog
• Digital

### Knowledge

Students know:
• how tell and write time to the nearest 5 minutes using analog and digital clocks.
• how to explain the difference between a.m. and p.m.

### Skills

Students are able to:
• accurately read and write time to the nearest five minutes from analog and digital clocks.

### Understanding

Students understand that:
• analog and digital clocks represent the time at any particular moment.
• clocks show the passage of time with the movement of the hands or the changing of the digits.
• time is an attribute that can be measured.

## UP:MA19.3.18

### Vocabulary

• Minute
• Time interval
• Number line diagram
• Analog
• Digital
• Elapsed time
• Half-hour
• Quarter-hour

### Knowledge

Students know:
• Conventions for time notation.
• Time sequence patterns.
• Strategies to determine elapsed time.

### Skills

Students are able to:
• Accurately read and write time to the nearest minute from analog and digital clocks.
• Measure time intervals in minutes.
• Illustrate elapsed time using a number line.
• Solve problems involving elapsed time in minutes (with 90 minutes) or hours.

### Understanding

Students understand that:
• An analog clock is a whole partitioned into 60 parts and each part is one minute.
• A number line can be partitioned to show time intervals in minutes.
• A number line can be used to solve word problems that involve time intervals.

### CR Resource Type

Learning Activity

### Resource Provider

PBS
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