Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
Elapsed time should be modeled and demonstrated using analog clocks and timelines.
Match a written time (e.g., 4:38, 7:09, 12:51) to the time shown on analog and digital clocks to the nearest minute. (a)
The use of an analog clock facilitates the understanding of time relationships between minutes and hours and hours and days.
when given the beginning time and amount of elapsed time in one-hour increments, determine the ending time; or (b)
The knowledge that a year has about 365 1/4 days will help students understand the necessity of adding a full day every fourth year, called a leap year.
Solve practical problems related to elapsed time in one-hour increments, within a 12-hour period (within a.m. or within p.m.):
Students need to understand that there are sixty minutes in an hour when using analog and digital clocks.
when given the ending time and the elapsed time in one-hour increments, determine the beginning time. (b)
when given the beginning time and the ending time, determine the time that has elapsed; (b)
writing digital time to the hour and half-hour;