A three-page assessment, covering various time concepts.
20 Numeracy Exit Ticket activities for students to provide evidence of their learning progress.
A PowerPoint providing a series of warm up activities for Year 5 students across the curriculum.
A project where students study the Five Wonders Theme Park stimulus poster to understand and use real world learning skills.
A inquiry project where students study the Five Wonders Theme Park stimulus poster while inquiring about an international city.
A number of stimulus posters all themed around Five Wonders Theme Park.
54 activity task cards based on the Colossal Cinemas stimulus poster.
A project in which students use stimulus posters to plan the best evening at Five Wonders Theme Park within a given budget and time frame.
Students use their knowledge of maps, timetables and money to plan a well-timed 'flying' visit to Five Wonders Theme Park, between two connecting flights.
12 and 24-hour analogue and digital clock flashcards.
A poster to display in the classroom to show the different time zones of the world.
A set of time dominoes to use in the classroom when converting 12- and 24-hour time.
A fun measurement game for students to play when applying their knowledge of length, mass, capacity and time.
6 using units of measurement worksheets linked to the Australian Curriculum.
A puzzle using 12- and 24-hour time.
A set of 6 numeracy assessment tools suited to Year 5 students
A one-page worksheet with answers to consolidate students' understanding of time conversions.
Theme your cork boards or whiteboards with this Telling Time Cork Board Border
Use this poster to assist your students in learning the different units of time.
Students concrete their understanding of 24-hour time with this fun 24-Hour Time Memory Game.
A worksheet with questions regarding 24-hour time.
A poster showing 24-hour time and how it correlates with am/pm.
A collection of resources exploring time concepts.
This Mathematics unit addresses the concepts of 12- and 24-hour time, timetables and timelines.
A 60 minute lesson in which students will understand the relationship between 12- and 24-hour time systems.