Take Our Clock Challenge!
What can you tell us about clocks that we didn't already share in our EduCreations Clock Challenge. Please listen to our recording before you start to comment.
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MRs. Frazier's !st graders (almost 2nds graders)
We see a pattern in the time. The times are like counting by 1's.
Carmen (Shannon's Mom)
What do I know about a clock? I know that in the military we tell time differently using the same clock. We discuss time in hundred hours. For example, 12:00 am is zero hundred hours (00:00). 1:00 am is 0-one hundred hours (01:00). The PM hours add 12 to each number to tell time. For example, 1:00 pm or be 13-hundred hours (13:00). 5:00 pm would be 17-hundred hours (17:00). This is how I tell must tell time at work.
Mrs. Frazier's 1st graders (almost 2nd graders)
We never knew there were 2 ways to tell time. Military time is hard to understand. Mrs. Frazier uses military time on her phone. Thank you for your comment and taking the challenge!
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