A powerpoint presentation showing digital and analogue time. Suitable for upper KS1, lower KS2. This file can be used as an inspiration for the development of your own ideas for putting across to a whole class a particular teaching point. This is particularly effective if a digital projector can be used.
A variety of resources for telling the time up to the nearest 5 minutes, digitally, and on an analogue clock.
The pack includes:
Analogue and Digital Minutes: This is a reference tool, which pupils can use to learn analogue and digital equivalent times. It could be laminated and used as a reference mat whilst teaching a lesson on digital time, or blown up to a large size to be used a teaching tool or a display item.
Blank clock 1-12: This is a diagram of a clock with no hands, but numbers 1-12. It can be laminated and hands drawn to show different times, or digital/analogue times written around the outside. It could also be used as a worksheet, where pupils have to write the digital minutes around the outside, or the time in words around the outside.
Circle cut into quarters: This can be useful when teaching the time to infants, particularly when learning quarter to and quarter past. It can be used as a worksheet, where children are required to write 'o'clock', 'quarter past', 'half past' and 'quarter to' in the appropriate places.
Clock with blank boxes: This is a useful worksheet to use when learning the digital time. This could be used at the end of a lesson to assess learning outcomes.
Digital times to tell: This can be used in a small group setting as a discussion tool 'What time is it when a digital clock shows this time?' - or as a worksheet - 'Write the time in words'.
My Telling the Time Stepping Stones: This is an assessment sheet, where children can colour where they are up to in being able to tell the time (analogue time only).
Times to tell: This can be used in a similar way to 'digital times to tell' - i.e. as either a discussion tool or a worksheet. It could be used when pupils are learning to tell the analogue time (they can write the time in words under each clock); or when learning the digital time (they can write the digital time under each clock).
Testing Clocks: This is an assessment sheet which contains times to tell from o'clock times to 5 minute intervals, to allow teachers to ascertain where their pupils are up to in the process of learning how to tell the time. It can be used before a unit of work, in order to inform planning, or at the end to assess learning outcomes of the unit.
A worksheet that displays o'clock, half past, quarter to, quarter past, 20 to and 5 to times on analogue clocks. Children are to say or write the time, as a quick assessment tool so a teacher can see which stage the child is up to with learning to tell the time.
Could also be used as a quick summative assessment sheet at the end of a unit of work that has taught telling the time to the nearest 5 minutes.
Useful in Year 3 and Year 4 , and for lower ability groups in Years 5 and 6.