dijous, 23 de maig de 2013
In this game aimed at KS1 you have to help Max and Molly to fix the tower clock by answering time questions. Some are quite easy, just matching the o'clock time to a digital clock. Other questions are harder, such as "What time will it be in 11 hours?" There are three different levels. BBC Schools.
A simple game from Primary Games with ten time questions to answer. Choose the digital clock which matches the analogue clock time displayed. Includes o'clock and half past times.
Click the hour or minute button to advance the hands until the time on the clock face matches the digital clock time. Then click the check button. Netrover.
A fun telling the time game from Oswego. First you set the hand speed, from 1 to 15. Then on the next screen you are shown a time in words and you have to hit the button to stop the clock when the hands reach the correct time. This game would work well on an interactive whiteboard. It's really hard with the speed at its fastest setting, but not impossible!
There are three games to choose from here, all aimed at KS2. You have to stop the clock then enter the time. In the AM or PM game you have to enter the time and whether it's AM or PM. In the 24 hour clock game you have to stop the clock then enter the time n a digital 24-hour clock. BGfL.
In this game from Oswego you have to drag the times to match the analogue clocks. There are five to match. When you've finished, click Stop the Clock to check your answers. The image on the left links to the o'clock game, but there are also games including 30 minutes, 15 minutes, 5 minutes and 1 minute intervals and even a 24-hour clock version.
Click the grandfather clock which matches the time shown. If you get it right the mouse will run up and eat the cheese, but if you get it wrong the cat will catch the mouse. Includes o'clock, half past, quarter to and quarter past times. ICT Games.
Join Digger and the Gang in this interactive story for KS1. You will have to answer some questions on time as you go along. BBC Schools.
An interactive story from BBC Schools for Key Stage 2 with questions on time to fill in as you go along, including how long a journey will take at a given speed in km/hour.
This activity from BGfL takes KS2 students step-by-step through the process of calculating the difference between two times, using a time numberline.