This pack consists of three practice worksheets which focus on analogue time and use of language - O’clock, Half past, Quarter past and Quarter to. Activities include: writing down the time shown on the clock face, draw missing minute hands and converting from analogue to digital time.
Suitable for learners who have already been introduced to the analogue clock but may be struggling with telling the time and understanding the clock.
This resource can be used for guided practice, revision, informal assessment and tutoring.
Years 5-6 and 11+ Mixed Word Problems Practice Worksheet Quiz with Answers
This mixed problems worksheet consists of 12 word problems covering: multiplication, division, percentages, fractions, algebra, money and time. Pupils should be encouraged to show their working out in the space provided below each question.
This resource can be used for assessment, guided practice, 11+ preparation and tutoring.
Answer sheet included.
This worksheet brings together Place Value and Money. Learners are required to determine how many Tens and Ones are represented by the coins shown, and then add them up to give the total value of pennies. The worksheet can be completed alongside a practical activity.
Counting the Pennies - Tens and Ones is suitable for Key Stage 1 learners and can be used for teaching, revision or informal assessment.
This 12 hour and 24 hour digital time chart contains a table to be completed by the learner and a short quiz at the bottom to test their understanding of how the 24 hour clock maps to the 12 hour clock. The worksheet can be used as a tool for revision, informal assessment and guided practice.
This single worksheet consists of 28 subtraction problems to solve for numbers between 70 and 100.
A brief introduction on how to solve the problems using the count up and count back strategy is also provided, as well as a number chart (70 - 100).
This resource can be used for teaching, independent practice and informal assessment.
Included are three worksheets, each with twelve clock faces to be completed. Pupils/learners are required to set the time by drawing in the hour and minute hands on the clock faces.
The worksheets are designed to test ability to read different time formats and set the clock face accordingly- analogue (Quiz 1), digital (Quiz 2) and 24hour clock (Quiz 3).
This resource can be used for revision, assessment or further practice, for pupils in Years 3 and above (depending on ability).
This unit of work constitutes a number chart to 100 and a fun quiz on the 3, 4 and 8 times tables. Learners are required recall or use the number chart to solve the multiplication problems and write their answers accordingly. It is useful for helping learners recall multiplication and division facts for 3, 4 and 8 times table.
This resource can be used for guided practice, revision, formal or informal assessment and tutoring.
This complete lesson is all about the Minute Hand! Counting the Passing Minutes includes 3 worksheets, each building on the learners understanding of the analogue clock, digital time format, O’clock, Half past and Quarter past/to.
Learners will be required to determine how many minutes have passed, write down the time and draw missing minute hands.
The worksheets are broken down and presented in a manner that is simplified, to enable struggling learners to better grasp the subject and improve confidence in telling the time.
The worksheets can be used to teach, assess and provide guided practice.
This bundle is packed with everything you need to help pupils/ young learners build confidence in telling the time.
Pupils will have the opportunity to complete a range of activities including: reading, writing, drawing and converting time.
The worksheets are designed to familiarise pupils with everyday time language - Hours, Minutes, O’clock, Half Past, Quarter past and Quarter to, Midnight, Noon, Analogue and Digital.
The worksheets can be adapted for classroom learning or 1-to-1 tuition; starting with basic time worksheets (O’clock, Half past, Quarter past and Quarter to) to advanced time worksheets (Counting the Passing Minutes). Further practice worksheets included can also be used as a quiz to assess pupils learning.
If your child has been struggling with Time these simplified activity worksheets could be just what you need. To make lessons more fun, the worksheets can be used in conjunction with toy clocks or bedside clocks.
This set of worksheets are an introduction to fractions and decimals. The activities involve: shading in fractions of shapes and identifying equivalent fractions; reading decimal numbers between 0 and 1; converting fractions into decimals (tenths, hundredths and thousandths).
This worksheet consists of two simple exercises. The learner is required to:
write down the names of the shapes and objects shown
match each 2D shape to a 3D object
The worksheet is suitable for early years (ages 4-5) and is useful for developing their knowledge, thinking and writing and spelling skills. The exercise can be completed alongside a practical activity (e.g. finding objects in the room with similar shapes).
This Place Value - 3 Digit Numbers worksheet consists of 18 questions which require the learner to demonstrate understanding of place value. It can be used for informal assessment and can help with topic revision, group work or one-to-one support.