Time

A collection of ideas to develop understanding of time, including time problems and display resources.

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Today Is... Posters

Today Is... Posters

Includes a poster for each day of the week with a short motivational question.
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Seasons Posters

Seasons Posters

Includes posters for all four seasons.
7 - 11
Word Problem Labels

Word Problem Labels

Word problems based on perimeter, area, time and distance, which are set out on address labels so the children can stick them in their books.
2 - 16
Time Banners

Time Banners

If your Maths topic is 'Time', you can use our free banners to make your classroom display boards.
7 - 11
Clock Faces

Clock Faces

Can your pupils calculate the difference in time between those shown on the analogue and digital clocks?
7 - 11
Converting Units of Time

Converting Units of Time

A worksheet which asks children to convert different periods of time.
5 - 11
Daily Schedule

Daily Schedule

Get your class thinking about the things they do at different times of the day.
2 - 11
Days of the Week Labels

Days of the Week Labels

A set of printable labels showing the days of the week.
5 - 11
Converting Digital and Analogue Time

Converting Digital and Analogue Time

A handy reference sheet giving tips for converting analogue and digital times.
7 - 11
The Roman Calendar

The Roman Calendar

A worksheet which helps us to think about the link between the Roman calendar and our own.
5 - 11
What Time is it? Resources

What Time is it? Resources

A large collection of activity sheets to test your children's time-telling skills.
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Class Calendar

Get your class working together to make their own class calendar.
7 - 11
12 and 24 hour time

12 and 24 hour time

A handy reference sheet, allowing children to compare 12 / 24 hour times. Also includes a related activity sheet with gaps for children to complete.
7 - 11
Converting Time

Converting Time

A worksheet to reinforce children's ability to convert between different methods of writing times.
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Days of the Week

I'm sure someone has done this before but I used this recently and it was very successful. Not finding anything very inspiring elsewhere I thought of 'Paperchain'.