3 creative hands-on activities to help you practise telling the time.
Explore parts of a clock and how they work. Learn the hours and minutes and discover the relationship between the 24 hour clock and the 12 hour clock.
The Maths Mates’ mission to clean up the ocean and beaches was about to begin! An important message was sent out to the crew – but the hens were confused about the time!
Download the activity sheets from the Resources section below.
This activity is part of Summer Fun with the Maths Mates, a creative maths programme with a fun pirate adventure theme. There are lots of activities to try including craft, construction, puzzles, baking, maps and games. The activities all have different themes and explore a range of mathematical ideas.
It is ideal for families to try at home during the summer holidays. Play leaders can also use the activities with children at holiday clubs or summer schemes.
Hours & Minutes - Make your own Learning ClockActivity sheet Hours & Minutes - Make your own Learning Clock
Learn the hours and minutes on a clock
'To' & 'Past' - Make your own Learning ClockActivity sheet 'To' & 'Past' - Make your own Learning Clock
Learn when to count 'past' the hour and when to count 'to'
The 24-hour clock - Make your own Learning ClockActivity sheet 24-hour clock - Make your own Learning Clock
Learn the relationship between the 12 hour clock and the 24 hour clock