Telling the time, reading timetables and working together.

Telling the time is something that quite a lot of my class need to practise often. I have already uploaded some of the activities I have written this year, but here is a few more. On this revisit we are focusing on 24 hour clock, reading time tables and collaborating to solve problems. Because we are working on block D, I have tried to make links to other block D objectives, so there is a bit of coordinates and a bit of finding the difference between times.

24 hour coordinates grid

Nicknames puzzles

  • time logic (one of these is inspired by edhelper.com. For more information follow the link below).

Collaborative puzzles

Collaborative puzzles inspired by edhelper.com

I adapted two time puzzles I found on edhelper.com to make them collaborative. To find the original puzzles click here.

Below are some useful telling the time websites that we will visit.

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    jacqueline haughin said,

    Would it be possible to post the answers to the nicknames puzzles


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