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Tell Time (Nearest Minute)

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Tell Time (Nearest Minute)
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  • We’ll learn how to tell time to the nearest 5 minutes AND to the nearest minute!
  • We will learn that every number on a clock represents 5 minutes of time.
  • And that this knowledge can get us to school on time, keep us from burning our toast, and help us know when to meet a friend.
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Level 1

Describe where the minute hand is on the clock at 2:35.

Level 2

A clock shows the hour hand at about the 10 and the minute hand points to a mark 18 tick marks from 12. What time is on the clock?

Level 3

A clock shows the hour hand between the 4 and the 5. The minute hand points to the 10. Everett read the time on the clock as 5:50. Find and correct his mistake.

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