KS1 Maths tell the time. Links to free to use Maths tell the time resources, suitable for ages 5-6 years, key stage one, elementary grades 1-2. Fun activities for the classroom, or for parents wanting to improve their child's maths skills.
Big Clock Interactive
Useful analogue and digital clock.
Hickory Dickory Clock Interactive
Click on the clock telling the time in the box. The mouse will chase up the clock to the cheese if you are correct.
Match Analogue And Digital Interactive
Look at the analogue clock, which digital clock shows the same time?
Matching Time Printable
This matching and memory game can be played on your own or with a friend. You will need to print out and cut out the cards from this sheet. The aim of the game is to match pairs of cards which have the same time interval.
Stop The Clock Interactive
Set the time on the clock to 6 o'clock to start the game.
Decide who will go first (player 1) and who will go second (player 2). Take it in turns to choose to move the hands of the clock on by 12 hour or by 1 hour. For example, player 1 could choose 12 hour, so the clock hands move to 6.30, then player 2 might choose 1 hour, moving the clock hands to 7.30 ... etc.
The winner is the player who moves the hands exactly onto 12 o'clock. Can you work out a winning strategy so that you can always beat your opponent?
Tick Tock Clock Interactive
Use this game with students to help develop their time telling skills. Students should use their mouse to click on the digital clock that shows the same time as the analog clock.