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#### Time And Money: Time Zones Word Problems

In this math activity, students examine a map of North America with all the time zones marked. Students solve 11 time zone word problems and fill out a chart which displays shipping times.

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#### Time Zones

Students study the reason why time zones exist and how they are established. They predict time zones for different places on Earth.

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#### Time Zoning - Enrichment 13.2

In this word time zones worksheet, students read a paragraph about the length of a day in time, the 24 time zones, the Prime Meridian, and lines of longitude. Kids then find time for New York and Beijing using Greenwich, England as their...

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#### Reinventing Time

Take a trip through time. A lesson resource provides instruction on the origin of current measurements for time. The text explains the different tools humans used throughout history to measure time as well as provides examples such as...

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#### Time Zones

Students solve time zone problems and chart travel around the world. In this time zone lesson, students learn about the history of time zones and view a time zone map. Students use the time zone map to solve time zone problems. ...

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#### Crossing Time Zones

Young scholars explore the concept of differing time zones. Students refer to maps to identify the time zones in particular regions. They role play phone calls from different time zones. This lesson is intended for young scholars...

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#### Time Zone Maps

In this time zones worksheet, students read a detailed paragraph about the Earth's 24 times zones, their 15 degree width, and the increase in hours for each zone. Kids study the world time zone map and then answer the four questions...

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#### Time Zones

In this time zones activity, students complete the total length of trips for time zones and answer short answer questions. Students fill in 3 spaces in the chart and answer 3 questions.

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#### Time Zones

Fifth graders locate different time zones. For this time zones lesson, 5th graders label the different time zones. Students research the different ways man has kept time throughout history. Students also compute the differences in time...

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#### Money and Time Zone Traveling Lesson Plan

Ninth graders design travel plans for a dream vacation to another time zone within the United States and to another country. They determine departure and arrival time for each time zone. They calculate monetary exchange rates for the...

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#### Time Zones

For this time zones worksheet, young scholars are given a map of the Earth indicating the time zones, the prime meridian and the international date line. Students answer 5 questions about solar occurrences and determine when each would...

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#### Time Around the World

Seventh graders investigate the characteristics of a time zone map. They read and interpret time zone maps. Students compare the time in various time zones. Students solve time zone problems.

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#### Right on Time

The hour is nigh for your class to practice equivalency problems in the form of time-zone conversions. They write equations to describe elapsed time and apply problem solving strategies, including writing a plan, to solve the problems.

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#### Time Zone Challenge: Applying Add/Subt. Integers to Time Zones

A short video can be shown to your class to explain time zones. (A free subscription to the teachers' website is required to access the video.) Pairs of workers use a time zone map to solve six scenarios on a worksheet.

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#### Telling Time in Different Time Zone

Fourth graders create clocks and complete small group activities to represent the six different times zones in the US. Using small paper plate clocks, 4th graders visually demonstrate the differences in these time zones.

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#### Time Zones

Learners are able to read and also use a variety of timetables and charts. They perform calculations with time, including 24-hour clock times and time zones. These are very important concepts that Students probably have to bear in mind...

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#### Understanding Time Zones

Students investigate the times zones around the world. They discuss situations when it is important to know the time in different parts of the world and how to find it.

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#### Time Zone Maps

In this interpreting a world time zone map worksheet, students read a review about the time zones, observe a map, and answer questions. Students write four short answers and one writing activity.

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#### Zone Out!

Students review telling time to the hour and half hour on an analog clock. In this time lesson, the students learn how to determine the time in each of the 4 standard time zones.

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#### Time Zone Problems

In this time zones worksheet, students use a formula along with information found on Google Earth to calculate time zones around the world. Students complete 12 word problems.

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#### Hey Batter, Wake Up!

Does jet lag affect a baseball team's performance in games? Read about how a baseball team's chance of winning a game can be affected by traveling over one, two, and three time zones. Readers then respond to five short answer questions...

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#### Telling Time in Different Time Zones

Fourth graders discuss what time zones are. The teacher asks questions about the student's own time zones. Then each student makes a clock and practices using time zones to tell what time it is in another part of the world.

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#### Telling Time In Different Time Zones

Fourth graders, after making paper plate clocks, review time zones and practice telling time in other time zones. They show how to change time zones on their clocks and how to show the time in their part of the country.

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#### How to Work With Time Zones

Students solve time zone problems. In this time zone instructional activity, students view a time zone map and learn about the 24 time zones. Students are given a worksheet where they compute the time in different areas.