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**Telling Time**

Telling time is important! And to tell time, you need to know how to read a clock.

The hour hand is the shorter hand.The minute hand is the longer hand. |

*Hour hand*

For example, at 3:00, the hour hand will point directly at the 3.When the hour hand is between 3 and 4, the hour is 3 o'clock. Finally, at 4:00, the hour hand will point directly at the 4. |

The minute hand travels around the entire clock in one hour. One hour is 60 minutes. There are 5 minutes between each number.

3:00The minute hand points straight up at 12. |
3:15The minute hand points at 3. |
3:30The minute hand points straight down at 6. |
3:45The minute hand points at 9. |

3:05The minute hand points at 1. |
3:06The minute hand points a little past 1. |
3:10The minute hand points at 2. |

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