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Complete lesson including reminder on telling the time. Moves onto calculating time intervals and then worded problems.

The second lesson looks at using timetables and planning journeys. Main task is differentiated and answers are included.

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## Watch the Clock

During the third hour after midnight the hands on a clock point in the same direction (so one hand is over the top of the other). At what time, to the nearest second, does this happen?

## How Many Times?

On a digital 24 hour clock, at certain times, all the digits are consecutive. How many times like this are there between midnight and 7 a.m.?

## Wonky Watches

Stuart's watch loses two minutes every hour. Adam's watch gains one minute every hour. Use the information to work out what time (the real time) they arrived at the airport.

These clocks have been reflected in a mirror. What times do they say?

## The Time Is ...

Can you put these mixed-up times in order? You could arrange them in a circle.

## 5 on the Clock

On a digital clock showing 24 hour time, over a whole day, how many times does a 5 appear? Is it the same number for a 12 hour clock over a whole day?

These clocks have only one hand, but can you work out what time they are showing from the information?

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## Time and Clock Worksheets

Welcome to the time worksheets page at Math-Drills.com where taking your time is encouraged! On this page you will find Time math worksheets including elapsed time, telling time on analog clocks, calendars and converting time worksheets.

The calendars come in two different formats: yearly (all on one page) and monthly when you need extra space or a larger layout. The calendars are very useful in conjunction with the elapsed time worksheets with days, weeks, months, and years. Students who have difficulty visualizing a calendar may need the actual calendars to use as a reference. Telling time on analog clocks is still an important skill despite the number of digital clocks around; many people still choose the analog clock design for aesthetic purposes.

## Most Popular Time and Clock Worksheets this Week

The calendars on this page are meant for anyone to use for purposes including personal schedules, classroom planning, holiday calendars, business meetings, event calendars, or anything else. They can also be used in math activities such as elapsed date activities. A simple activity with the monthly calendars is to ask students to place an item or mark on specific spots on the calendar (e.g. "Place a bean on a Tuesday in March."). After students become familiar with how a calendar is laid out and works, you can create more challenging activities like finding elapsed dates, discovering the number of days in each month, scheduling activities, etc.

Yearly calendars are a great way to see an entire year on one page. Although not easy to write on all your appointments and anniversaries, they are a quick reference and can be very useful when completing math activities to familiarize students with calendars or more advanced activities with calendars.

Specific yearly calendars for the years 2000 to 2050 are available in this section. For any other year or if you want a custom title, you can use the general yearly calendars with fillable titles. There are seven general yearly calendars and seven general leap year calendars in two different formats (Sunday to Saturday and Monday to Sunday) which will cover any year from 1583 on.

- Yearly Calendars (Sunday to Saturday format) Yearly Calendars for Specific Years from 2000 to 2050 (Fillable Title) General Yearly Calendars ✎ (Fillable Title) General Leap Year Calendars ✎
- Yearly Calendars (Monday to Sunday Format) Yearly Calendars for Specific Years from 2000 to 2050 (Monday to Sunday Format) (Fillable Title) General Yearly Calendars (Monday to Sunday Format) ✎ (Fillable Title) General Leap Year Calendars (Monday to Sunday Format) ✎

A great number of math activities can be accomplished with monthly calendars. Familiarization activities include finding specific dates, determining which day of the week it is, marking important events on the calendar, and determining the number of days in each month, week or year. Further activities mainly include elapsed date activities where students find the number of days, weeks and/or months between two dates or find a date a certain number of months, weeks and/or days in the future or the past. Of course, these calendars can also be used as normal reference calendars by anyone.

Originally, Math-Drills calendars always started on Sundays, but there are many people in the world who use calendars starting on Mondays. A good argument can be made by thinking of the word, "weekend." The end of the week or week end is Saturday and Sunday, so why would you put Sunday at the beginning of the week? Luckily, both options exist, so pick the one that suits you the best.

Fillable means that you can type whatever you like into each date. It is possible to add up to seven short lines of text. This is useful if you want to write important dates onto the calendar or create activities for students (e.g. what date is 78 days from today?).

- Fillable Monthly Calendars (Sunday to Saturday Format) Fillable Monthly Calendars for Specific Years from 2023 to 2050 ✎ Fillable General Monthly Calendars ✎ Fillable General Leap Year Monthly Calendars ✎
- Fillable Monthly Calendars (Monday to Sunday Format) Fillable Monthly Calendars from 2023 to 2050 (Monday to Sunday Format) ✎ Fillable General Monthly Calendars (Monday to Sunday Format) ✎ Fillable General Leap Year Monthly Calendars (Monday to Sunday Format) ✎
- Retro (old versions) Monthly Calendars Retro Monthly Calendars for Specific Years from 2000 to 2050 Retro General Monthly Calendars Retro General Leap Year Monthly Calendars Retro Monthly Calendars for Specific Years from 2000 to 2050 (Monday to Sunday Format)

## Reading and Sketching Time on Analog Clocks

Even though the time is displayed digitally in so many places these days—on cell phones, on computers, on microwaves—there are still quite a few analog clocks around. Besides being able to tell time on an analog clock, this is probably one of the first places that students encounter a number system other than base ten. Thanks to the Babylonians et. al. we have 60 seconds in a minute and 60 minutes in an hour. Once your students master the intricacies of the time system, they can start learning about other useful number systems like hexadecimal and binary, both of which are heavily used in computer programming.

Suns and moons are included with each clock to indicate the time of day. Think of the moon as midnight and the sun as noon. If the clock has a moon (midnight) on the left and a sun (noon) on the right, then the time is between midnight and noon (AM in North America). The reverse means that the time is between noon and midnight (PM in North America).

These clock worksheets include hour and minute hands, so students who are starting to learn reading time on analog clocks only have to worry about two arms. There are a variety of intervals available depending on the level of the student. The goal is to get students to be able to tell time to the minute. There are versions with twelve clocks and versions with four large clocks.

- Reading 12 Hour Time from Clocks with Minute Hands (12 Clocks per Page) Reading 12 Hour Time in One Hour Intervals (12 Clocks) Reading 12 Hour Time in 30 Minute Intervals (12 Clocks) Reading 12 Hour Time in 15 Minute Intervals (12 Clocks) Reading 12 Hour Time in 5 Minute Intervals (12 Clocks) Reading 12 Hour Time in 1 Minute Intervals (12 Clocks)
- Reading 12 Hour Time from Clocks with Minute Hands (4 Clocks per Page) Reading 12 Hour Time in One Hour Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Reading 12 Hour Time in 30 Minute Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Reading 12 Hour Time in 15 Minute Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Reading 12 Hour Time in 5 Minute Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Reading 12 Hour Time in 1 Minute Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks )

These worksheets also include second hands in various intervals. These are best to use after students have mastered reading time to the minute. The addition of a third hand challenges them more and helps them understand how many seconds are in a minute.

- Reading 12 Hour Time from Clocks with Second Hands (12 Clocks per Page) Reading 12 Hour Time in 30 Second Intervals (12 Clocks) Reading 12 Hour Time in 15 Second Intervals (12 Clocks) Reading 12 Hour Time in 5 Second Intervals (12 Clocks) Reading 12 Hour Time in 1 Second Intervals (12 Clocks)
- Reading 12 Hour Time from Clocks with Second Hands (4 Clocks per Page) Reading 12 Hour Time in 30 Second Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Reading 12 Hour Time in 15 Second Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Reading 12 Hour Time in 5 Second Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Reading 12 Hour Time in 1 Second Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks )

Students encounter 24 hour time in various places such as on plane tickets, in computer programming and in literature. These worksheets are similar to reading 12 hour clocks, but include a second set of numbers on the inside of the minute ticks.

- Reading 24 Hour Time from Clocks with Minute Hands (12 Clocks per Page) Reading 24 Hour Time in One Hour Intervals (12 Clocks) Reading 24 Hour Time in 30 Minute Intervals (12 Clocks) Reading 24 Hour Time in 15 Minute Intervals (12 Clocks) Reading 24 Hour Time in 5 Minute Intervals (12 Clocks) Reading 24 Hour Time in 1 Minute Intervals (12 Clocks)
- Reading 24 Hour Time from Clocks with Minute Hands (4 Clocks per Page) Reading 24 Hour Time in One Hour Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Reading 24 Hour Time in 30 Minute Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Reading 24 Hour Time in 15 Minute Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Reading 24 Hour Time in 5 Minute Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Reading 24 Hour Time in 1 Minute Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks )

These 24 hour clocks also include second hands, so students can read time represented on clocks to the nearest second.

- Reading 24 Hour Time from Clocks with Second Hands (12 Clocks per Page) Reading 24 Hour Time in 30 Second Intervals (12 Clocks) Reading 24 Hour Time in 15 Second Intervals (12 Clocks) Reading 24 Hour Time in 5 Second Intervals (12 Clocks) Reading 24 Hour Time in 1 Second Intervals (12 Clocks)
- Reading 24 Hour Time from Clocks with Second Hands (4 Clocks per Page) Reading 24 Hour Time in 30 Second Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Reading 24 Hour Time in 15 Second Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Reading 24 Hour Time in 5 Second Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Reading 24 Hour Time in 1 Second Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks )

Once students are able to read time off of analog clocks, they can be challenged to sketch time. This might seem easy, but analog clocks tend to have a small quirk in that the hands don't always point to the exact number. For example, if it is 6:30, the hour hand will be half way between the 6 and the 7. Taking time to point this out to students will ensure they succeed on these worksheets.

- Sketching Times to Minutes on 12 Hour Analog Clocks (12 Clocks per Page) Sketching 12 Hour Time in One Hour Intervals (12 Clocks) Sketching 12 Hour Time in 30 Minute Intervals (12 Clocks) Sketching 12 Hour Time in 15 Minute Intervals (12 Clocks) Sketching 12 Hour Time in 5 Minute Intervals (12 Clocks) Sketching 12 Hour Time in 1 Minute Intervals (12 Clocks)
- Sketching Times to Minutes on 12 Hour Analog Clocks (4 Clocks per Page) Sketching 12 Hour Time in One Hour Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Sketching 12 Hour Time in 30 Minute Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Sketching 12 Hour Time in 15 Minute Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Sketching 12 Hour Time in 5 Minute Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Sketching 12 Hour Time in 1 Minute Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks )

Once students have mastered sketching in the hour and minute hands, it is time to add the second hands. As with the hour hand, the minute hand doesn't always point exactly to the minute. For example, if it is 6:30:45, the minute hand will be about 3/4 of the way to the :31 mark. If they have learned this about the hour hand already, it shouldn't be too much of a leap to get them to understand this about the minute hand.

- Sketching Times to Seconds on 12 Hour Analog Clocks (12 Clocks per Page) Sketching 12 Hour Time in 30 Second Intervals (12 Clocks) Sketching 12 Hour Time in 15 Second Intervals (12 Clocks) Sketching 12 Hour Time in 5 Second Intervals (12 Clocks) Sketching 12 Hour Time in 1 Second Intervals (12 Clocks)
- Sketching Times to Seconds on 12 Hour Analog Clocks (4 Clocks per Page) Sketching 12 Hour Time in 30 Second Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Sketching 12 Hour Time in 15 Second Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Sketching 12 Hour Time in 5 Second Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Sketching 12 Hour Time in 1 Second Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks )

Very much the same as sketching on 12 hour clocks, these worksheets use 24 hour time.

- Sketching Times to Minutes on 24 Hour Analog Clocks (12 Clocks per Page) Sketching 24 Hour Time in One Hour Intervals (12 Clocks) Sketching 24 Hour Time in 30 Minute Intervals (12 Clocks) Sketching 24 Hour Time in 15 Minute Intervals (12 Clocks) Sketching 24 Hour Time in 5 Minute Intervals (12 Clocks) Sketching 24 Hour Time in 1 Minute Intervals (12 Clocks)
- Sketching Times to Minutes on 24 Hour Analog Clocks (4 Clocks per Page) Sketching 24 Hour Time in One Hour Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Sketching 24 Hour Time in 30 Minute Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Sketching 24 Hour Time in 15 Minute Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Sketching 24 Hour Time in 5 Minute Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Sketching 24 Hour Time in 1 Minute Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks )
- Sketching Times to Seconds on 24 Hour Analog Clocks (12 Clocks per Page) Sketching 24 Hour Time in 30 Second Intervals (12 Clocks) Sketching 24 Hour Time in 15 Second Intervals (12 Clocks) Sketching 24 Hour Time in 5 Second Intervals (12 Clocks) Sketching 24 Hour Time in 1 Second Intervals (12 Clocks)
- Sketching Times to Seconds on 24 Hour Analog Clocks (4 Clocks per Page) Sketching 24 Hour Time in 30 Second Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Sketching 24 Hour Time in 15 Second Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Sketching 24 Hour Time in 5 Second Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks ) Sketching 24 Hour Time in 1 Second Intervals ( 4 Large Clocks )

## Converting Time

It is a very useful skill to be able to convert between 12 and 24 hour time in a global world. Even in places, like the U.S., where 12 hour time is used a lot, students still see time formatted in 24 hour time in a wide variety of situations.

- Converting Between 12- and 24-Hour Times Converting 12- to 24-Hour time Converting 24- to 12-Hour time Converting Between 12- and 24-Hour time

Converting between time units worksheets are useful to test students understanding of time measurement and to give them more practice.

- Converting Between Seconds, Minutes, Hours, Days and Weeks (one step up or down) Converting between seconds, minutes and hours (one step up or down) Converting between seconds, minutes, hours and days (one step up or down) Converting between seconds, minutes, hours, days and weeks (one step up or down)
- Converting Between Seconds, Minutes, Hours, Days and Weeks (one or two steps up or down) Converting between seconds, minutes and hours (one- or two-steps up or down) Converting between seconds, minutes, hours and days (one- or two-steps up or down) Converting between seconds, minutes, hours, days and weeks (one- or two-steps up or down)

## Elapsed Time Worksheets

Elapsed time refers to the amount of time that has passed between a start time and a finish time. This can be challenging to students if they are not completely familiar with the base 60 system used for second, minutes and hours, and the fact that there are 24 hours a day sometimes split into morning and afternoon times.

- Elapsed Time to Minutes Elapsed Time with 1 Minute Intervals; Max 5 Hours Elapsed Time with 5 Minute Intervals; Max 5 Hours Elapsed Time with 15 Minute Intervals; Max 5 Hours Elapsed Time with 1 Minute Intervals; Max 24 Hours Elapsed Time with 5 Minute Intervals; Max 24 Hours Elapsed Time with 15 Minute Intervals; Max 24 Hours
- Elapsed Time to Seconds Elapsed Time with 1 Minute/Second Intervals; Max 5 Hours Elapsed Time with 5 Minute/Second Intervals; Max 5 Hours Elapsed Time with 15 Minute/Second Intervals; Max 5 Hours Elapsed Time with 1 Minute/Second Intervals; Max 24 Hours Elapsed Time with 5 Minute/Second Intervals; Max 24 Hours Elapsed Time with 15 Minute/Second Intervals; Max 24 Hours

The elapsed date worksheets in this section are based on a three column table with ten rows. Each different version of the elapsed date table will challenge students in different ways. The worksheets that ask students to find the end date are given a start date and an elapsed time. These worksheets work well for starting at a specific point and counting up. The worksheets that ask students to find the start date, elapsed time or the end date will have random blanks in the table, so students may have to figure out the elapsed time forwards or backwards. Below you will find various challenges including elapsed time with days only, then we progressively add weeks, months, and years to the worksheets.

Please note that when finding future dates, it is important to start with the largest unit first and progress to the smaller units. For example, if the start date is February 8, 2020 and the elapsed time is 3 years, 2 months, 3 weeks and 6 days, you would add the three years first to get February 8, 2023. Next, add the months to get April 8, 2023. Finally, add the weeks and days to get May 5, 2023. You can add the weeks and days together as they are both exact lengths whereas years and months vary in size.

- Calculate End Dates from Start Dates and Elapsed Times in Days, Weeks, Months and Years Calculate End Date for Various Elapsed Days Calculate End Date for Various Elapsed Days + Weeks Calculate End Date for Various Elapsed Days + Weeks + Months Calculate End Date for Various Elapsed Days + Weeks + Months + Years
- Calculate Elapsed Time Between Two Dates in Days, Weeks, Months and Years Calculate Elapsed Time Between Two Dates in Days Calculate Elapsed Time Between Two Dates in Days + Weeks Calculate Elapsed Time Between Two Dates in Days + Weeks + Months Calculate Elapsed Time Between Two Dates in Days + Weeks + Months + Years
- Calculate Start Dates from End Dates and Elapsed Time in Days, Weeks, Months and Years Calculate Start Date from End Date and Elapsed Time in Days Calculate Start Date from End Date and Elapsed Time in Days + Weeks Calculate Start Date from End Date and Elapsed Time in Days + Weeks + Months Calculate Start Date from End Date and Elapsed Time in Days + Weeks + Months + Years
- Calculate Various Start Dates, Elapsed Time or End Dates with Days, Weeks, Months and Years Calculate Start Date, Elapsed Time or End Date (Days) Calculate Start Date, Elapsed Time or End Date (Days + Weeks) Calculate Start Date, Elapsed Time or End Date (Days + Weeks + Months) Calculate Start Date, Elapsed Time or End Date (Days + Weeks + Months + Years)

## Adding and Subtracting Time

Adding and subtracting time is similar to adding any numbers, but the regrouping amounts are different. If you think of the decimal system, numbers are divided into places named: ones, tens, hundreds, etc. In time values, the places have different values based on an ancient Babylonian numbering system with a base of 60. In the "seconds place," there are 60 unique seconds from 0 to 59. The same is true for the "minutes place." The "hours place" can vary from 24 if one is interested in counting days as well, or can be greater than 24 if the largest place value is in the hours place. In these worksheets, students are challenged to regroup seconds and minutes as they add or subtract two time amounts.

- Adding and Subtracting Hours and Minutes Adding Hours and Minutes (Compact Format) Adding Hours and Minutes (Long Format) Subtracting Hours and Minutes (Compact Format) Subtracting Hours and Minutes (Long Format) Adding and Subtracting Hours and Minutes (Compact Format) Adding and Subtracting Hours and Minutes (Long Format)
- Adding and Subtracting Hours, Minutes and Seconds Adding Hours, Minutes and Seconds (Compact Format) Adding Hours, Minutes and Seconds (Long Format) Subtracting Hours, Minutes and Seconds (Compact Format) Subtracting Hours, Minutes and Seconds (Long Format) Adding and Subtracting Hours, Minutes and Seconds (Compact Format) Adding and Subtracting Hours, Minutes and Seconds (Long Format)

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## Worksheet on Word Problems on Measurement of Time

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on word problems on measurement of time. The questions are based on addition and subtraction of hours, minutes and seconds separately.

1. A bus leaves for Rampur at 4:30 p.m. It takes 1 hr. 25 min. to reach there. At what time will it reach at Rampur?

2. Shelly sleeps for 7 hours 30 minutes in a day. Foe how many hours did she sleep in the month of January?

3. The duration of a film show is 3 hr. 15 min. It starts at 6:30 p.m. When will it end?

4. The Punjab Mail arrived at Lucknow at 11:55 a.m. It reached at Lucknow 1 hr. 25 min. late. What is the scheduled arrival time of the train at Lucknow?

5. Rex visited a fashion show. He stayed there for 2 hr. 30 min. and came back at home. If he reached in the fashion show at 8:45 p.m. when did he leave for his home?

6. It takes Jon 16 hours 45 minutes to reach his home town from the city. If he starts his journey at 9:30 p.m. at what time will he reach his home town?

7. Max travelled 2 hr. 45 min. by bus and 4 hr. 45 min. by train. Calculate the time he spent in travelling.

8. David left home at 4:30 p.m. to meet his friend. He came back after 3 hr. 25 min. At what time did he came back?

9. Sharon was to board a flight at 0845 hours. Her flight was to take 5 hours 20 minutes to reach the destination, but her flight got delayed by 50 minutes. At what time will Sharon reach her destination now if there is no further delay?

10. Mary reached her school at 7:30 a.m. and left for home at 12:45 p.m. How long did she stay in school?

11. It takes Aaron 3 hour 15 minutes to travel from A City to B City and 5 hours 25 minutes to reach C City from B City. If Aaron travels from A City to C City via B City, How much time will he take?

12. A circus show started at 6:15 p.m. and ended at 9:30 p.m. What was the duration of the show?

13. Sara started her homework at 5:30 p.m. and finished it at 9:15 p.m. How much time did she take to finish her homework?

14. Adrian studies 3 hr. 45 min. He starts studying at 8:05 p.m. At what time does he finish?

15. Derek was 4 years 2 months old when he joined school. Today he is 11 years 1 month old. For how long has he been in school?

16. A school starts at 8:00 a.m. and closes at 12:45 a.m. How long does it work?

17. Jack left for Jaunpur at 4:30 a.m. He reached there at 11:55 a.m. How much time did he take to reach there?

18. Shelly started playing at 5:05 p.m. She played till 8: 15 p.m. How long did she play?

19. The doctor advised Peter to take the medicine after every 80 minutes. How many times did Peter take the medicine in a day?

20. Maya started to draw a picture at 2:45 p.m. She completed it at 4:35 p.m. How much time did she take to draw the picture?

21. Rachel works for 2 hours 25 minutes in the morning and 3 hours 40 minutes in the evening. For how much time did Rachel work in a fortnight?

22. Aaron watched a cricket match from 10:15 a.m. to 11:50 a.m. and again from 2:30 p.m. How long did he watch the match in all?

23. Rebecca has taken 20 days leave from her office. Her vacation will start Monday, 16 September. On which day and date will the vacation end?

Answers for the worksheet on word problems on measurement of time are given below.

1. 5:55 p.m.

2. 232 hours 30 minutes

3. 9:45 p.m.

4. 10:30 a.m.

5. 11:15 p.m.

6. 2:10 p.m. next day

7. 7 hr. 30 min.

8. 7:55 p.m.

9. 1455 hours

10. 5 hr. 15 min.

11. 8 hours 40 minutes

12. 3 hr. 15 min.

13. 3 hr. 45 min.

14. 11:50 p.m.

15. 6 years 11 months

16. 4 hr. 45 min.

17. 7 hr. 25 min.

18. 3 hr. 10 min.

19. 18 times

20. 1 hr. 50 min.

21. 85 hours 10 minutes

22. 4 hours.

23. 6 th October Friday

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Welcome to the time worksheets page at Math-Drills.com where taking your time is encouraged! On this page you will find Time math worksheets including elapsed time, telling time on analog clocks, calendars and converting time worksheets.. The calendars come in two different formats: yearly (all on one page) and monthly when you need extra space or a larger layout.

KS2 Maths (Time) Subject: Mathematics. Age range: 7-11. Resource type: Unit of work. File previews. pdf, 4.62 MB. pdf, 1.73 MB. These topic-focused SATs questions at the end of a unit will help to test and extend students' understanding as well as helping them to prepare for SATs next year. These questions have fully-worked solutions which ...

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on word problems on measurement of time. The questions are based on addition and subtraction of hours, minutes and seconds separately. 1. A bus leaves for Rampur at 4:30 p.m. It takes 1 hr. 25 min. to reach there. At what time will it reach at Rampur? 2. Shelly sleeps for 7 hours 30 minutes in a day.

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A set of 12 problem solving questions on converting units of time. This set of problem solving questions has been designed to support teachers when teaching students about converting units of time.. It provides students with the opportunity to work through 12 maths word problems, identifying the relevant units and how they can work it out using a variety of methods.

Simply print out the primary resources time word problems cards and solutions and ask your year 6 students to find the correct answers. You could allow the use of clocks to support their thinking as they solve these word problems. You could also use the Twinkl Create feature to edit the cards to create your own series of questions.

Reasoning and Problem Solving - Time - Year 2. Splish, Splash, Tick and Tock! You are in charge of managing time at the local swimming pool and sports centre. From parties to pool-time, gymnastics to ping pong and babies to daddies, everyone will stick to your time plan! PARTY TIME! 1. The pool parties all happen on a Sunday afternoon.

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Here is an example of a Year 3 time word problem. You could ask your class this once they've finished using the time maths question challenge cards as part of a fun extra challenge. "Astrid starts walking to her friend's house at 2:45 pm. She estimates it will take her 37 minutes to get there. She tells her friend she will be there at 3:15 pm.

Problem solving - Time. Subject: Mathematics. Age range: 7-11. Resource type: Worksheet/Activity. File previews. pdf, 94.64 KB. A problem solving resource for converting between units of time. Creative Commons "Sharealike". A problem solving resource for converting between units of time.

5. Recall a time when you successfully used crisis-management skills. This question assesses candidates' ability to remain calm and make effective decisions under pressure. Look for their problem-solving approach and their ability to handle high-stress situations.

Develop fluency, reasoning and problem-solving skills using these structured time inspired challenge cards. The time challenge cards covers time sequences, before and after, time word problems, true or false statements relating to days of the week, months of the year and seconds in a minute. Each time activity question prompts children to use ...