Grades K-2 - Colons
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We use colons to help us tell time. We put a colon between the hours and the minutes. The hours should be on the left of the colon, and the minutes should be on the right.
Directions: Circle the correct time. Write it on the line using a colon.
90:0 :900 9:00 ____________
4:30 43:0 430: ____________
104:5 10:45 1:045 ____________
Fill in your own time. Write the time on the line using a colon.
It is 10 minutes past 5.
The hour is 5 o’clock.