Time Travel: Learn to Tell Time

With the increased use of digital clocks, students have been losing the skill of reading analog clocks.
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Telling time is a skill that many students struggle with. With the increased use of digital clocks, students have been losing the skill of reading analog clocks. On this site students practice telling time using both a digital and analog clock. There are four different levels they can practice. On each level the student selects either digital or analog clock and then sets the time on the clock to the time given in the problem.

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