# Understanding that clocks have more than one scale

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will study the measure of time on clock faces. We will look at different examples of time displays, and investigate the need for two different scales on a clock face to represent minutes and hours. We will also look at time related vocabulary such as 'past' and 'to'.

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
All scales on a clock are red and blue.
True
Q2.
Which artist made the melting clock sculpture that is in Shanghai, China?
Henry Matisse
Wassily Kandinsky
Q3.
How many scales does the clock use?
1
3
4
Q4.
Gemma said we can estimate the time using just the minute hand. Toby said we can estimate the time using just the hour hand. Who is right?
Both are right
Both are wrong
Gemma