Hey there, little buddy! Let me help you understand this cool worksheet called “Identifying A.M. and P.M.” It’s all about sorting out activities that happen in the morning and in the evening or at night.
You see, every day has two parts: A.M. and P.M. A.M. stands for “ante meridiem,” which means before noon, and P.M. stands for “post meridiem,” which means afternoon. So, A.M. is the time from midnight until noon, and P.M. is the time from noon until midnight.
Now, on this worksheet, you’ll see some pictures of activities like waking up, the sun rising, and more. Your job is to figure out if these activities happen in the A.M. (morning) or P.M. (evening or night).
You’ll need to cut out each picture and paste it into the correct box, either the A.M. box or the P.M. box. Let me give you a new example: if you see a picture of the sun rising, you would cut that picture out and paste it in the A.M. box because the sun usually rises in the morning. But if you see a picture of someone eating dinner, you’d paste it in the P.M. box because that happens in the evening.
So, grab your scissors and glue, and have fun sorting the pictures into the right boxes! Remember, think about when these activities usually happen – in the A.M. (morning) or P.M. (evening or night). Good luck, and have a great time learning!
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