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Here's a fun, interactive math activity that helps your students practice telling time to the nearest minute. In this fourth-grade math game, students will determine what time it is on an analog clock. Upon completion of this practice activity, students will gain practical experience telling time to the nearest minute.

From the very first question, this math activity will engage and captivate your students with exciting, yet challenging, telling time questions. Students will answer fill-in-the-blank questions and multiple-choice questions. Students may be given a word problem, such as "Jessie left his house at 7:56. He got to the park 11 minutes later. What time did he get to the park?" Students may also be asked, "What time is shown on the clock?" If children get stuck on a math question, they can click the "Hint" button for extra help. The hint may be a written clue, such as "The hour hand is between the 9 and 10. The minute hand is pointing at the 26th mark after the 12." When students answer a question incorrectly, a detailed explanation page will show them the right answer and how to obtain it. For example, the explanation may say, "The hour hand is between the 9 and 10. The minute hand is pointing at the 26th mark after the 12. The time is 9:26." Students can move through the lesson having learned from previous mistakes.

Additional lesson features help students make the most out of their math practice time. As students progress through their telling time practice, the progress-tracker shows them how many questions they have answered out of the total number of questions in the lesson. A score-tracker lets them know how many questions they have answered correctly so far. The speaker icon can be clicked if the students want to hear the question read out loud to them in a clear voice. This is a great option for ESL/ELL students and students who are auditory learners.

Teachers and students love using the "I Know It" math program alongside a traditional classroom math curriculum. Educators appreciate the wide variety of math lessons we offer in our growing collection. We cover popular elementary math topics ranging from skip counting to extended division. All our math activities are aligned to the Common Core Standard and are categorized on the website by grade level and topic. It's easy to find exactly what you want right when you need it! Students enjoy practicing their math skills on our kid-friendly online platform. They meet silly animated characters in their math lessons that cheer them on when they solve a problem correctly. There are plenty of opportunities to earn awards for each new skill mastered in the program. Students feel like they are playing an engaging math game while learning important concepts.

We hope you and your fourth-grade class will give this telling time lesson a try! Be sure to check out the hundreds of other math lessons we have available on our website as well.

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When your students log on to "I Know It," they will be shown a kid-friendly version of the homepage. From here they can access the lessons you have assigned to them for practice, as well as explore other math lessons for additional practice. Grade levels in the student mode are labeled as "Level A" for first grade, "Level B" for second grade, and so on, making it easy for you to assign lessons based on an individual child’s skill level.

This online math lesson is classified as Level D. It may be ideal for a fourth-grade class.

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