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Let’s put together a sundial today! Get a marker, paper plate, pencil, scissors, and a piece of paper. Draw a clock face on the paper with equally spaced numbers from 1 to 12. Cut out your clock face and glue it to the back of the paper plate. Punch a hole in the middle of it and stick a pencil through the hole and head outdoors.
Position your sundial with the number 12 pointing North to determine the current time. Make sure the pencil is firmly standing straight.
Further Your Learning
A sundial is an outdoor device used to tell time by the sun. Nearly every sundial has two basic parts: a pointer, called a style or gnomon, that casts a shadow, and a numbered dial on which the shadow falls, that shows the hour.