Learn to tell the "tricky times" on an analog clock -- those near the next full hour (times with 45, 50 or 55 minutes). I use a clock with numbers for the minute hand to make it easier for students. In this lesson we focus on not getting fooled by the hour hand, when it looks like it's already pointing to the next hour, but in reality, it's not there quite yet. These are times such as 2:55 or 8:50, where the minute hand is close to finishing its full round.
The first part of this lesson is at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8kzwzsJFPE
In it, we learn how to tell time to the five-minute intervals in general.
Tagged under: time,telling time,-minute intervals,nearest minutes,analog clock,2nd grade,3rd grade,math,minute hand, minutes,clock
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