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Kindergarten Math Activity: Telling Time

Practice telling time with Serena in this activity. Watch as the second, minute, and hour hand move to determine how many of each make up a unit of time.

Use this interactive clock to continue to practice telling time.

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Kindergarten Math Activity: Telling Time

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