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Ch 28: 5th Grade Math: Time

About This Chapter

This chapter's lessons are designed to teach your 5th grade students how to use clocks to tell time. The lessons include information on time zones and time conversion. In addition to the lesson quizzes, you can administer the practice final examination and the practice chapter examination to your students.

5th Grade Math: Time - Chapter Summary

You may use the Time chapter's brief video lessons to teach your 5th grade students how to measure time and change between hours and fractions of hours. You can also help them to understand calendars and to interpret time schedules. Test your students' retention of time concepts with the multiple-choice quizzes.

Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objective
How to Tell Time on an Analog Clock Students are taught to tell time on clocks.
How to Measure and Calculate Elapsed Time Instructors teach students to measure elapsed time.
Reading a Calendar In this lesson, students learn how to read calendars.
Identifying Time Patterns Students learn how to find missing time, and they complete practice problems.
How to Convert Between Hours and Fractions of Hours Instructors teach students how to switch between hours and fractions of hours.
How to Read Time Schedules The rules for reading time schedules are explained in this lesson.
How to Read Time Lines Throughout this lesson, students discover how to read time lines.
Identifying and Calculating Time Zones Students learn about the world's time zones as well as how to differentiate between them.

8 Lessons in Chapter 28: 5th Grade Math: Time
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
How to Tell Time on an Analog Clock

1. How to Tell Time on an Analog Clock

Watch this video lesson and you will learn how to read the big clock with moving hands that is on the wall of most classrooms. You will see how the clock is divided into hours, minutes, and seconds.

How to Measure & Calculate Elapsed Time

2. How to Measure & Calculate Elapsed Time

Time is constantly passing, but how can we calculate how much time is passing? In this lesson, we'll learn what elapsed time is and explore two ways to measure and calculate it.

Reading a Calendar

3. Reading a Calendar

After watching this lesson, you will be able to look at any calendar, and you will know how to find the day, the month, and the year. You will see how using a calendar can help you keep track of your activities.

Identifying Time Patterns

4. Identifying Time Patterns

Patterns can be found in our clothes, in nature, and even in our clocks. Time patterns are important to understanding the world around us. In this lesson, you will learn about time patterns and how to identify them.

How to Convert Between Hours & Fractions of Hours

5. How to Convert Between Hours & Fractions of Hours

In this lesson, learn how to convert time units so no one can trick you when you're given a time frame to do your homework or to clean your bedroom. Discover the basic rule for conversion and practice with time conversion.

How to Read Time Schedules

6. How to Read Time Schedules

You're off to summer camp, but you have to be able to read your schedule so you can participate in all of your activities! This lesson will teach you to read and understand a time schedule and how to understand elapsed time, a.m. and p.m., and an analog clock.

How to Read Timelines

7. How to Read Timelines

Timelines can teach you a lot about both historical and personal events if you know how to read them. In this lesson, you will learn how to read the title, time periods, and events on a timeline.

Identifying & Calculating Time Zones

8. Identifying & Calculating Time Zones

Knowing the time zones is very important for communication. To be able to identify and calculate time zones, you must know terms like lines of longitude, prime meridian and the International Date Line.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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