1. First Grade Mathematics
Lana Nicole White
March 2, 2010
2. CONTENT
POST-TEST
EXIT
3. Given the long hand and the short hand on a clock, the learner
will be able to distinguish the difference between the two.
The learner will be able to tell time at the hour and at half an
hour.
Given a clock or calendar, students will be able to solve
problems.
4. There are twelve numbers that represent each hour.
There are 60 tick marks that represent each minute.
minutes
Hour
5. A clock has two hands, a long hand and a short hand.
The short hand represents the hour, and the long hand
represents the minutes.
For example, 1:30 : the short would be pointing to the one
on the clock and the long hand would be pointing to the 6,
which represents 30 minutes.
6. When determining minutes, the large numbers represent multiples of
five.
1 = 5 minutes 7 = 35 minutes
2 = 10 minutes 8 = 40 minutes
3 = 15 minutes 9 = 45 minutes
4 = 20 minutes 10 = 50 minutes
5 = 25 minutes 11 = 55 minutes
6 = 30 minutes 12 = 0 minutes, or one hour
For example, if the short hand (hour hand) is on two, and the long
hand (minute hand) is on two, the time is 2:10, because two times
five is ten.
7. What time is on the clock?
A. 6:08
B. 1:30
8. HINT: The short hand represents the hour and the
long hand represents the minute.
9. When the minute hand is on the six, how many minutes are
represented?
A. 30 minutes
B. 6 minutes
10. HINT: Remember, each number on the clock represents a
multiple of five.
11. Which time represents noon?
A. 12:00 P.M.
B. 12:00 A.M.
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