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Stop the Clock - A fun way to learn telling the time!
With six levels of difficulty, Stop the Clock will aid the teaching and learning of time for those aged 5 to 11+.
Based on our popular www.teachingtime.co.uk game, we have completely redesigned and enhanced this activity, combined six games into one and added high score tables!
Whole Class Clock
The Whole Class Clock allows teachers to set any time and transfer between analogue and digital displays. The teacher also has complete control of the movement of the hands and can therefore pose questions such as 'What will the time be in....?'
Stop the Clock
Five interactive games to support the year objectives set out in the Primary Strategy. Players must drag the digital displays to the matching analogue clock. All against the clock of course!
Bang on Time
Read the time in words then stop the hands in the correct position.
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Analogue to Digital
Create millions of worksheets, a different one for each member of class perhaps!
Write the digital time for the shown analogue clock.
Digital to Analogue
The digital time is given, draw the hands on the analogue clock.
What time is it?
Write the analogue time in words.
Create A4 Flash Cards of the times you wish.
A4 pages of blank analogue and digital clocks.
Large blank analogue and digital print.
A worksheet game for two players. Detailed instructions are included on the worksheet.
A TV guide template for pupils to draw the start and finish times of their favourite TV programmes on. The worksheet also requires pupils to work out how long they were on for.
iR Telling Time provides an intuitive and engaging way for children to learn to read the time. Different levels provide the opportunity to:
- set an analogue clock to the given time in words, including 'half past' and 'quarter to/past'.
- set an analogue clock to the given 24 hour time.
- choose either 5 or 1 minute intervals
Teaching Measures - Teaching Tools, Games and Worksheets for Mass, Capacity and Length.
Teaching Tables - Learning times tables can be fun!
Climb Table Mountain, play Multiplication Bingo, or try and beat the Time Table.
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