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Telling Time

Telling Time
Learn to tell time to the hour and minute by reading the minute hand and hour hand on the clocks below. A clock has numbers and hands. The long hand is called the minute hand. The short hand is called the hour hand. Write the time for each clock below. Learn to tell time to the hour and minute by reading the minute hand and hour hand on the clocks below. A clock has numbers and hands. The long hand is called the minute hand. The short hand is called the hour hand. Write the time for each clock below.

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