# Ch 31: Time

These brief video lessons allow 3rd-5th grade students to become acquainted with various methods of timekeeping, including the use of analog clocks and calendars. Students can test what they've studied with quizzes at the end of each lesson and easily review difficult concepts.

## Time - Chapter Summary

These engaging video lessons back up the information on time that your 3rd through 5th grader has been studying, including telling time on an analog clock, calculating fractions of hours and determining how much time has elapsed. Other lessons show students how to use a calendar, interpret time tables and understand time zones. You can test your student's knowledge with multiple-choice tests at the end of each lesson.

## Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objective
How to Tell Time on an Analog Clock Students learn to read an analog clock, including how to determine minutes before and after the hour.
How to Measure & Calculate Elapsed TimeInstructors show how to determine the amount of time that has elapsed after a certain time.
Reading a CalendarStudents find out how to use a calendar to figure out days, dates and years.
Identifying Time PatternsThis lesson helps students learn to detect patterns in time.
How to Convert Between Hours & Fractions of HoursStudents will get information on how to alternate between minutes and hours and use phrases such as 'half-hour' or 'quarter-hour.'
How to Read Time SchedulesInstructors will show students how to use time schedules, with real world examples.
How to Read Time LinesThis lesson covers time lines and how to interpret them.
Identifying & Calculating Time ZonesStudents will gain an understanding of time zones and learn to figure out how times vary in relation to location.

8 Lessons in Chapter 31: Time
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
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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