Slide 1: Title: Welcome to the Wonderful World of Time!

Slide 2: Objective: Today, we will learn how to tell time to the minute using analog clocks. Get ready for some magic!

Slide 3: Review: Let’s quickly review what we already know about time. What are the two hands on an analog clock called?

Slide 4: Answer: The long hand is called the minute hand, and the short hand is called the hour hand.

Slide 5: Magic Trick: Watch closely as I make the hour hand disappear! Abracadabra!

Slide 6: Explanation: The hour hand is still there, but it’s hiding behind the minute hand. It helps us know which hour it is.

Slide 7: Magic Trick: Now, let’s make the minute hand disappear! Alakazam!

Slide 8: Explanation: The minute hand is still there, but it’s hiding behind the hour hand. It helps us know how many minutes have passed.

Slide 9: Review: Can you tell me what time it is on this clock?

Slide 10: Answer: It’s 3 o’clock. The hour hand is pointing to the 3, and the minute hand is pointing to the 12.

Slide 11: Practice: What time is it on this clock?

Slide 12: Answer: It’s 6 o’clock. The hour hand is pointing to the 6, and the minute hand is pointing to the 12.

Slide 13: Practice: What time is it on this clock?

Slide 14: Answer: It’s 9 o’clock. The hour hand is pointing to the 9, and the minute hand is pointing to the 12.

Slide 15: Practice: What time is it on this clock?

Slide 16: Answer: It’s 2:30. The hour hand is pointing between the 2 and 3, and the minute hand is pointing to the 6.

Slide 17: Practice: What time is it on this clock?

Slide 18: Answer: It’s 7:45. The hour hand is pointing between the 7 and 8, and the minute hand is pointing to the 9.

Slide 19: Summary: Great job, everyone! Today, we learned how to tell time to the minute using analog clocks. Remember, the hour hand tells us the hour, and the minute hand tells us the minutes.

Slide 20: Thank you for joining our magical time adventure! Keep practicing and soon you’ll be a time-telling wizard!

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