Write and tell time in hours using analog and digital clocks.
Understand that both an analog and digital clock are tools that measure time.
Understand that time can be measured in standard units such as hours, minutes, and seconds.
O'clock, Minutes, Hour
- Students made their own clock using cardstock. They were asked to label it with numbers and design it themselves.
- Students were asked to label the shorthand as hours and longhand as minutes.
- Identified time by hour and half hour.
- Wrote the time in number after identifying the time in an analog format.
Using an analog clock at home, ask your child to identify the time in hour or half an hour only.
Should your child get confused when the shorthand is in the middle of two numbers, please remind him/her that the hour should be the number that the shorthand had passed already. Example: if the shorthand is in the middle of 10 and 11, the time should be 10 as the shorthand had not yet passed 11.
Solve addition and subtraction word problems within 20.
Identify the correct arithmetic process based on the information presented in word problems.
Find the key words in word problems that indicate the correct arithmetic process to use (all together is addition, take away is subtraction, etc.).
Find and use the needed information in a word problem in order to solve.
Put together, Take away, Altogether, Minus, Equals, Add, Subtract
- After reading the word problem and identifying the given numbers, students were asked to identify what operation we are to use (addition or subtraction)
- Students were asked to write the number sentence and answer it.
- Students were able to use cut out pictures, number line and ten frames to answer the word problem.