# Math Lesson - Enrichment, Telling Time, Grade 1

In the "Enrichment" lesson, specifically designed for Grade 1 students under the chapter "Telling Time," within the unit "Foundations and Applications in Measuring, Time and Data," students will embark on an educational journey to grasp the fundamental concepts of telling time. Through engaging activities such as the "AM or PM? Time Worksheet" and "Telling Time: Am Or Pm?," learners will develop a foundational understanding of the 24-hour day, divided into two main segments: AM (ante meridiem) and PM (post meridiem).

Why is this important? Mastering the skill of telling time is not only a critical academic milestone but also a crucial life skill. It enables students to understand and organize their daily routines, helping them cultivate time management skills from an early age. Recognizing the difference between AM and PM is essential for scheduling activities, understanding public timetables, and developing a sense of time orientation. Furthermore, this lesson lays the groundwork for more advanced topics in time measurement and paves the way for students to apply these concepts in real-life scenarios, enhancing their independence and responsibility.

Estimated classroom time: 7 min
Chapter: Telling Time
Unit: Foundations and Applications in Measuring, Time and Data
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1st
3:00 min
AM or PM? Time Worksheet
worksheet
2nd
4:00 min
Telling Time: Am Or Pm?
video
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• ### Activity 1 / AM or PM? Time Worksheet

Help your child make the necessary connection between reading a clock, and the time of day using this brightly colored telling time printable worksheet: AM or PM?
Match the time of the day with the time on the clock, and your child will be on his way to mastering telling time!