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### Grade 2 - Mathematics5.9 Clocks - Time to 5 Minutes

 Method: Look at the time shown by the clock. Write the number that hour hand points to. Put a colon : To write the number that minute hand points to: Count by 5, starting from 12. (12 to 1 it is 5. 1 to 2 another 5, 2 to 3 another 5 and so on....5,10,15,20,25....... ) Time in 5 minutes will be in the increments of 5 that is 5, 10, 15, 20, 25,..... If the minute hand points to 12 then write 00. Example: What is the time shown in the clock? Answer :8:35 Directions: For the following questions, what is the time shown by the clocks. Also write at least ten examples of your own.

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### Grade 2 - Mathematics5.9 Clocks - Time to 5 Minutes

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