# Prekinder to Grade 2 Mathematics

### Clocks

# Clocks

You might have seen two different types of clocks: digital and analogue clocks.

**Digital Clocks** have **digits** that tell the time (like \(0,1,2,3,\dots\))

**Analogue Clocks**have a face showing numbers and

**hands**that move around. Sometimes their numbers are Roman Numerals.

## Using Digital Clocks to Tell the Time

These are the easiest clocks to tell the time from. They show you the time using numbers:

Let's look at some examples:

## Using Analogue Clocks to Tell the Time

This is a little more complicated, but you can do it! These clocks use their hands to show us the hours and minutes.

The **hour hand** (sometimes called the **little hand**) shows us what the hour is:

The **minute hand** (sometimes called the **big hand**) shows us how many minutes past (or to) the hour it is. The minute hand
takes 5 minutes to move from one number to the next.

Then we use them both together to find out exactly what the time is:

### Practice

The best thing to do is to practice telling the time as much as possible. Think about:

- What time is it when you get up?
- When do you have breakfast?
- When does school start?
- What time is lunch time?
- What time does school finish?
- What time do you have dinner?
- What time do you go to bed?

### Description

This mini book covers the core of Math for Foundation, Grade 1 and Grade 2 mathematics including

- Numbers
- Addition
- Subtraction
- Division
- Algebra
- Geometry
- Data
- Estimation
- Probability/Chance
- Measurement
- Time
- Money
- and much more

This material is provided free of cost for Parent looking for some tricks for their Prekinder, Kinder, Prep, Year 1 and Year 2 children

### Audience

Grade 1/Year 1, Grade 2/Year 2, Prep, Foundation, Kinder and Pre-Kinder

### Learning Objectives

These lessons are for kids aged 4-8 with the core objective to expose their brains to concepts of addition, subtraction, division, algebra and much more.

Author: Subject Coach

Added on: 6th Apr 2018

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