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A.M. or P.M.


Overview

One day lasts for 24 hours! Part of the day is the morning and part of the day is the afternoon/night.

A.M. means morning and P.M. means afternoon/night.

It is important to understand A.M. and P.M. when thinking about when things happen.

When do you eat breakfast?

In the morning, or the A.M.

When do you eat dinner?

In the evening, or the P.M.

 

Look at the picture. What time of day is it?

She is sleeping and the moon shows us that it is nighttime, or P.M.

 

 

What is the time?

He is getting ready for the day and the sun is shining. It is morning, or A.M.

 

Let’s practice!

 

Practice Question 1

When does this activity happen? A.M. or P.M?

 

 

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Look carefully at the picture. Think about when it makes sense for the activity to happen.
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Practice Question 2

When does this activity happen? A.M. or P.M?

 

 

 

 

Practice Question 3

When does this activity happen? A.M. or P.M?

 

 

 

 

Practice Question 4

When does this activity happen? A.M. or P.M?

 

 

 

 

Practice Question 5

When does this activity happen? A.M. or P.M?

 

 

Now you’re ready to take a quick quiz on A.M. and P.M.!

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