## Time - analogue, digital, words, + problems

by paulparkie

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Three levels of difficulty - converting times between analogue, digital and written words, plus time problems, for an extra challenge, (for example, how many minutes are there in 5 hours).

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This telling time unit, containing eight activities, will reinforce the concept of reading and writing time, calculating time intervals and will help your students understand time durations.<br />
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Included:<br />
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Time Snap<br />
Students match analogue and digital times to the nearest five minutes.<br />
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How Long?<br />
Students calculate the time interval between two analogue clock. Student response sheet and answer key included.<br />
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One Minute Challenges<br />
How many can they do within one minute?<br />
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Build a Clock<br />
Students build a clock.<br />
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Calculate it<br />
Students solve the time word problems on the question cards. All time calculations are less than one hour. <br />
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Plus much more!<br />
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#### Maths Y3 Autumn Teaching Sequence M2

Use units of time, tell time on digital and analogue clocks (minutes past) (three days).<br />
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Children learn to tell the time in multiples of five minutes past the hour, both on digital and analogue clocks. They practise finding the equivalent times between the two. They then read times in between multiples of five on digital clocks and put times in order that are a mixture of digital and analogue displays. Children estimate the length of a minute, find how many times they can write their names in a minute and then use stopwatches to time various activities in minutes and seconds. Calendars are used to help find time intervals in weeks and days.<br />
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Find additional lesson plans and resources at www.hamilton-trust.org.uk.

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#### Maths Y3 Spring Teaching Sequence M4

Time, reading digital and analogue clocks (minutes past and to) (three days).<br />
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Children revise the equivalent digital and analogue ways of recording times between the hour and half past the hour (minutes past), and are then introduced to how to describe analogue times as minutes to the next hour. They practise finding the equivalent digital and analogue times. Intervals are found between times, but not bridging the hour at this point. Chn work together to think of times 20 minutes, then 1¼ hours apart.<br />
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Find additional lesson plans and resources at www.hamilton-trust.org.uk.

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