Learning to read an analog clock has never been this simple.
We created an application that is the perfect learning aid for anyone that wants to learn to read the clock.
- Is it free?
- When teaching children, how old must they be?
- It's not really a matter of age, but numeracy. Once your child can count to 60, they can start. Ideally, they should also be able to count by 5s.
- Who is this for?
- Anyone that wants to learn how to read an analog clock.
- How do I set the time?
- Use your fingers to drag and release the purple discs.
- Why are there 2 different text: one at the bottom of the page, and one at the top?
- The top one shows the time past the hour, while the bottom one shows the time to the hour.
- What do the yellow and green arcs represent?
- The yellow arc is highlighted when the number of minutes is not greater than 30 minutes. i.e. the time is now "past the hour".
- The green arc is highlighted when the number of minutes is greater than 30 minutes. i.e. the time is now "to the hour".
- Why do the arcs disappear sometimes?
- That happens when it's exactly "on the hour".
Example: 1 o'clock or 5 o'clock. It's neither to the hour nor past the hour.
- Why is the time formatted the way that it is?
- This application was originally created for my son.
This is the format that they use at the school for his grade.
- Are you going to add more features in the future?
- Yes, but it depends a lot on the feedback that we receive.
- What's up with the funny colors?
- My son likes them.
- Who are you people?
- Hello, we are Harold Campbell and David Thomas.
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