Understanding that clocks have more than one scale

In this lesson you will learn that there are two measuring scales on a clock.

Video

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Worksheet

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Quiz:

Understanding that Clocks have more than One Scale Quiz

What have you learned about clocks? Take the quiz and test out your new learning!

Question 5

Q1.All scales on a clock are red and blue.

1/5

Q2.Which artist made the melting clock sculpture that is in Shanghai, China?

2/5

Q3.How many scales does the clock use?

3/5

Q4.Gemma said we can estimate the time using just the minute hand. Toby said we can estimate the time using just the hour hand. Who is right?

4/5

Q5.Calendars, diaries and birthdays do not have a connection with time.

5/5

Quiz:

Understanding that Clocks have more than One Scale Quiz

What have you learned about clocks? Take the quiz and test out your new learning!

Question 5

Q1.All scales on a clock are red and blue.

1/5

Q2.Which artist made the melting clock sculpture that is in Shanghai, China?

2/5

Q3.How many scales does the clock use?

3/5

Q4.Gemma said we can estimate the time using just the minute hand. Toby said we can estimate the time using just the hour hand. Who is right?

4/5

Q5.Calendars, diaries and birthdays do not have a connection with time.

5/5

Lesson summary: Understanding that clocks have more than one scale

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