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- 1. Telling Time to the Hour Dr. Beth McCulloch Vinson Athens State University PT3 Grant Funding Summer 2000
- 2. The Hands of Time The long hand is the minute hand. The short hand is the hour hand.
- 3. The Hands of Time There are 60 minutes on a clock face. So, the minute hand is a long hand. Skip count by fives to count the minutes with me. 5 15 10 25 20 30 35 60 55 40 45 50
- 4. The Hands of Time Count the numerals on the clock. There are only 12 hours on a clock face. So, the hour hand is a short hand.
- 5. “ Minute” is a long word. So, the minute hand is a long hand. minute “ Hour” is a short word. So, the hour hand is a short hand. hour
- 6. When the minute hand is pointing to 12, read the time as “o’clock”. In this case, the hour hand is pointing to the 3 and it is “three o’clock”.
- 7. Now the minute hand is pointing to 12 and the hour hand is pointing to the 5. So, we read the time as “ five o’clock”.
- 8. What time is it now? one o’clock or 1:00
- 9. Another hour went past. What time is it now? two o’clock or 2:00
- 10. Another hour went past. What time is it now? three o’clock or 3:00
- 11. Another hour went past. What time is it now? four o’clock or 4:00
- 12. Another hour went past. What time is it now? five o’clock or 5:00
- 13. Another hour went past. What time is it now? six o’clock or 6:00
- 14. Another hour went past. What time is it now? seven o’clock or 7:00
- 15. Two hours went past. Look at the hour hand. What time is it now? nine o’clock or 9:00
- 16. Two hours went past. Look at the hour hand. What time is it now? eleven o’clock or 11:00
- 17. This time the hour hand is pointing to the 12. What time is it now? twelve o’clock or 12:00
- 18. Telling Time Remember that the long hand is the minute hand. And, the short hand is the hour hand.
- 19. The End A Project Developed for Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) By Dr. Beth McCulloch Vinson Athens State University, School of Education http://www.athens.edu/vinsobm

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