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Time Test

Time Test

Mixed questions on time. 10 questions. Non-calculator. The document is 1 page in total. Keywords: worksheet, test, non- calculator, homework, key stage 3, KS3, secondary, new GCSE 9-1, foundation, handout, UK, US.
Elsie99
Time Questions

Time Questions

Questions involving calculating how much time has passes and questions on adding an amount of time. Keywords: time, math, maths
Elsie99
Telling the time throughout the day

Telling the time throughout the day

Given as Year 3 Homework after revisiting telling the time. Children are asked to write the time both on an analogue clock and digitally for daily activities such as eating lunch, getting up and for activities of their choice.
jstrike
Telling the Time Bundle for Year 1 & 2

Telling the Time Bundle for Year 1 & 2

A bundle of games and activities to help learn how to tell the time in Year 1 & 2. *Practise telling the time to the hour and half past the hour with these 15 puzzles. Included in this pack are 5 lots of each type of time puzzle: 5 x O’clock (matching clock face with the words) 5 x half past (matching clock face with the words) 5 x o’clock and half past (matching clock face with the words) *Included in this pack are 48 o’clock and half past jigsaws, 24 Matching the Clock With the Time cards and 3 games which focus on clocks with only o’clock, only half past and then both. *Included in this pack are 24 quarter past and quarter to jigsaws, 16 Matching the Clock With the Time cards, 24 clock strip activities, 6 cards with time vocabulary, 4 rainbow time facts cards and 4 games which focus on quarter past, to, half past and o’clock.
Littlesherbetlemon
White Rose Maths Y1 & Y2 Spring Blocks 1 and 2 Weekly Planning

White Rose Maths Y1 & Y2 Spring Blocks 1 and 2 Weekly Planning

This bundle includes weekly planning for the following blocks Y1 Spring Block 1: Addition and Subtraction (4 weeks/20 lessons) Y1 Spring Block 2: Place Value to 50 (2 weeks/10 lessons) Y2 Spring Block 1: Multiplication and Division (2 weeks/10 lessons) Y2 Spring Block 2: Statistics (2 weeks/10 lessons) All Planning follows small steps guidance from White Rose. Direct reference is made to the models used. The Y1 Planning has continuous provision added and the Y2 links to the Interim Framework Standards. I have also added my slightly adapted Y2 overview with the Interim Framework Standards added.
kristyg
Weather chart - UK

Weather chart - UK

I created this chart when curriculum 2014 came into effect to help me cover regularly the weather elements in the Science and Geography section with my KS1 children as well as 'time' within Maths. it is meant to be laminated or covered in sticky-back, clear adhesive so that it can be written on with a whiteboard marker. The months are colour coded to seasons and images are chosen to help the children learn the words and recall what happens over the year. My helpers of the day were responsible for updating the sticky images that were stuck on with sticky backed velcro. The sections with no small words in were written in at the beginning of every month by me. I did need to make three copies of the weather cards in case all three days had the same weather. Sometimes we had a discussion and sometimes the children completed the chart independently in the mornings. In maths, we used it to help organise and learn the days and months. The prediction of weather took a while for them to learn the difference between what they wanted the weather to be like compared to what the weather would probably be like in that season but did improve. It was also helpful to learn that sunny needn't mean warm which is why it has extended sections e.g. weather feeling cards too.
joymears
Clocks Telling the Time game

Clocks Telling the Time game

For year one and two. Calculate half an hour / one hour earlier or later. Practise with the whole class or small groups using toy clocks. Easily editable word document. You can add in move forward and move backward squares to make the game more varied. You can use dice and counters or simply progress round the board having children show you their times on their toy clocks and adding up their own points on a mini whiteboard. It features typical children's routines to get children to use their clocks to find out what time it will be in an hour/half an hour/quarter of an hour.
JohanneTripp