Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
Students should develop an understanding that there are 60 minutes in an hour.
Telling time requires reading a clock. The position of the two hands on an analog clock is read to tell the time. A digital clock shows the time by displaying the time in numbers which are read as the hour and minutes.
The use of a demonstration clock with gears ensures that the positions of the hour hand and the minute hand are precise at all times.
Practical situations are appropriate to develop a sense of the interval of time between events (e.g., club meetings occur every week on Monday; there is a week between meetings).
Tell time on a digital clock to the hour.
The use of an analog clock facilitates the understanding of time relationships between minutes and hours and hours and days.
The student will tell time and write time to the nearest five minutes, using analog and digital clocks.
Using a calendar develops the concept of day as a 24-hour period rather than a period of time from sunrise to sunset.
Match a written time (e.g., 1:00, 3:30, 11:00) to the time shown on a digital and analog clock to the hour and half-hour. (a)
Use of a demonstration clock with gears ensures that the positions of the hour hand and the minute hand are precise when time is read.