## Clocks – Mark Weddell

Use arrow keys to advance time by 1 hr, 15 mins or 1 min. Time is displayed in 12 hr clock, 14 hr clock and words.(But hideable for prediction or focus on only one format) Y1-6

## Time Difference – Mark Weddell

Two clocks can be set to different times then when counter is started, moving the hands of one clock to match the other will calculate the time difference. 12 or 24 hr clock. Y4

## Clock – N Riley – Coventry

Clock face with animated hand movement. Add and subtract minutes, hours and seconds. Shows current time and includes a 12/24hr digital clock and time in words. Y2- 6

## Time for a Crime – Math Maven

Use the ferry timetable to track down the thief Y5/6

## Time Jumbled – Athena

Match clock face, digital time and time in words Y3

## Clockwise BBC – Dynamo

Click on the clock face to set the clock to the given time. 3 levels, hours only, quarters, five minute intervals past the hour. age 5 /9

## Which way? BBC – Digger

Pupils identify the correct hour on a clock and put events in order. age 5- 7

## On the trailBBC – Digger

Pupils solve maths problems to help Digger and the Gang prepare for their journey, involving the calculation of distances, length of time needed for travel and times on the 24 hour clock Y 5

## Matching Time – BBC – Dynamo

Match cards: 3 levels: words to do with time, digital times, time words with meanings age 5 /9

## Mickey Mouse Clock

Mickey Mouse real time clock

## Time Birmingham

Work out and understand time. The games use AM and PM as well as digital and analogue clocks. They also show you how to use a 24 hour clock. Y5

## Difference between Time – Birmingham

Work out the difference between two times – using timetables Y6

## Trainers Birmingham

Problem solving using money and timetables yr6

## 12 hour clock – Sophie Suitcase

12 hr time given – input 24 hr time yr 5

## 24 hr Departure Board – Sophie Suitcase

Set the clock hands (12hrs) to match the 24hr times on the departure board yr 5

## Train times – Count On:

Train time tabling questions Y6

## Clock – Maths Museum

Choose the correct time, out of three, that the clock face is showing. To nearest minute, without minute markers on face. Y4

## Days of the week. Digital Brain

Drag the days of the week cards into the correct order Y1

## Willy the Watchdog – Harcourt School

two player game. Roll the dice, move, set the clock to the time on your square. Y3

## Hickory 4 ICT Games:

Times to quarters of an hour. A mouse runs up and eats the cheese if correct.Y2

## Time 1 – David Hellam

Pelmanism: match the analogue clock face with the time in 12 hr clock nearest 5 minutes. Y3

## Time Teller – Lil Fingers

Drag the hands of the clock to show the correct time

## Clock – Little Fingers

Click the button (out of four possibles) that is the time shown by the clock. Clock eats a bone if correct. Hour hand not always drawn in the correct place.Y2

## Bang on Time – Oswego

read the time in words and then stop the clock when the hands are in the matching position. You can adjust the speed of the hands. Y3/4

## Stop the clock 1 – Oswego

Match digital times to analogue – nearest half hour. Y1

## Stop the Clock 2 – Oswego

Drag the digital times to the analogue clock faces – nearest 15 mins – Y2

## Stop the Clock 3 – Oswego

Drag the five digital times to the correct analogue clock face. Y3 – nearest 5 mins

## Stop the Clock 4 – Oswego

Drag the digital time to the matching analogue clock face – nearest 1 minute – nearest minute – Y4

## Clock Wise – Interactivate

press for random then input the time shown by the clock Y4

## Elapsed Time – Interactivate

Work out the interval between two times on analogue clock displays Y4

## Tell Time ITP – NNS

Numeracy Strategy Teaching Program

## Higher & Lower – A Blundred

click on card to reveal its value. Predict next one higher or lower. Then put in order and check. Analogue clock times Y3

## Telling Time Pactice – Worsley School

Move the clock hands to the correct place for the time give. Hour hand is always on the number instead of where it should be. (ie not a Judy clock!) Y3