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A super weighing game where you can try your hand weighing parcels in either kilograms or grams. There are different levels and it is great for reading scales.
Help Hutch, a cartoon character, to make cakes by selecting the right quantities of ingredients. Be careful you will need to read the scales carefully.
Set the clock at o'clock or half past times on an analogue clock face. You need to read the digital times in the questions carefully.
Telling the Time
A telling the time game where you need to read the questions carefully to work out the answers. Good for practising time problems. Uses analogue and digital times.
Hickory Dickory Dock
A telling the time game. Choose the correct time and the mouse runs up the clock to get the cheese. Get it wrong and the cat is waiting!
Stop the Clock 1
Match the digital times with the times on the clocks. The game is against the clock and includes o'clock and half past times.
Bang on Time
A game to help you tell the time. 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.
Stop the Clock 2
Match the digital times with the times on the clocks. The clocks include o'clock, half past, quarter to and quarter past times. The times are randomly generated so you can play lots of times.
Stop the Clock 3
Match the digital times to the times on the analogue clocks. The times are restricted to 5 minute intervals.
Set the Clock
A time game where you have to listen to the time and set the clock.
Match the Times
A flexible matching pairs game which can help you to tell the time.
Telling the Time in Words
A game where you need to tell the time in words. Use language such as 'o'clock', 'half past' and 'quarter to' and compare the analogue time to digital time. Different levels of difficulty.
An interactive whiteboard teaching resource to demonstrate measuring lines in centimetres with a ruler.
A simple measuring metric capacity. Simply tip the contents of various containers into a litre jug with a scale and see how much liquid it contains.