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.