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Telling the time, 24 hour clock and comparing lengths of time.
Remembering the number of days in each month.
Ordering dates from earliest to latest.
Calendars are a good resource for maths and young children can find them quite tricky to understand.
Work out the times of children's TV programmes.
Reading the time has always been a problem for many children. Here we read minutes past and minutes to the hour, with intervals of 5 minutes.
Reading the time to the nearest minute.
Draw hands on the blank clock faces to show the time 10, 20 or 30 minutes later.
Draw hands on the blank clock faces to show the time 45 minutes later.
Draw hands on a clock face to show times that are 10, 20 or 30 minutes apart.
Introducing a.m. and p.m.
Order times which are written as am or pm.
Introducing the 24 hour clock (hours only)
Use the train timetables to find which journey Tommy takes.
Finding how long it takes to complete races, in minutes and seconds.
Comparing durations of time on a 24 hour digital clock.
Find the waiting times between railway journeys shown on a table.
Here we have some word problems and they are all about the time!
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