Ch 28: 4th Grade Math: Time

Help your 4th grader master time telling with this chapter's video lessons and self-checking quizzes. Methods for reading analog clocks, time lines and time schedules are just some of the topics of instruction.

4th Grade Math: Time - Chapter Summary

Improve your 4th grader's arithmetic skills as well as his or her time-telling abilities with the resources included in this chapter. Short instructional videos demonstrate methods for calculating elapsed time, whether to read time schedules and time lines or convert between time zones. The multiple-choice quizzes provide students with extra opportunities to practice solving sample problems on their own.

Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objective
How to Tell Time on an Analog Clock Students learn how to read hours and minutes on an analog clock.
How to Measure & Calculate Elapsed Time This lesson shows students how to solve word problems involving calculations of elapsed time.
Reading a Calendar Students explore a calendar's months, weeks and days.
Identifying Time Patterns Instructors demonstrate techniques for finding the missing time when presented with a series of times.
How to Convert Between Hours & Fractions of Hours Students learn to convert between hours and portions of hours.
How to Read Time Schedules This lesson includes sample time schedules and instructions for reading them.
How to Read Time Lines Students get some tips for reading time lines and take a look at a few examples.
Identifying & Calculating Time Zones Instructors discuss the world's major time zones and demonstrate how to calculate the difference in times from one zone to the next.

8 Lessons in Chapter 28: 4th Grade Math: Time
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Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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