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Lesson 4- Telling Time: Two
Ways to Read the Time
**Vocabulary **
minutes to
**Objectives
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To reinforce telling time in five minute intervals.
To teach reading time before the hour.
**Discussion:
**
Discuss the two different ways of reading time. e.g. 2:40 and 20
minutes to 3
Why is it important to have schedules? What are some of the schedules
that children keep?
**Activities:**
1. Prepare sets of 15 matching game cards.
On one card draw a clock and write the time in standard notation.
On the matching card write the time as "__ minutes to ___"
Score one point for each correct response. The team with the most
points wins. Game Cards
2. Display the time on a large clock. Divide the class into teams.
Each member must read the time on the clock in two ways: in standard
notation and as "__ minutes to __" Score one point for
each correct response. The team with the most points wins. Quiz
3. Play Time Dominoes. Across 3 by 5 index
cards, draw a line to resemble a domino. Using clock faces, time
in standard notation, and time as "_minutes to __" fill
in each half of the domino. Place all of the dominoes in a pile
face down. Students, in turn, play Time Dominoes. The first student
to play all of his/her dominoes wins. |