Teaching Resource

Clock Labels – 'Past' and 'To'

$2.99 or Free on Plus | 1 page (PDF)|Grades: F - 6

A template to display around your classroom clock that highlights ‘past’ and ‘to’ terminology.

Use this display in your classroom to help students read the time on an analogue clock using the language of ‘past’ and ‘to.

Each side has been colour coded with number and word labels provided allowing you to customise the display to your liking.

Place the ‘past’ and ‘to’ arrows on the sides of the clock to help consolidate the ‘clockwise’ direction.

  Australian Curriculum alignment

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This looks really good! Love the arrows.

Elizabeth Briske · Jun 25th, 2020

Hi Elizabeth,

Thank you for that fantastic feedback! I love the arrows too! They really help students visualise the movement of the clock’s hands.
If we can help with anything else, please get in touch!

Tom (Teach Starter) · Jun 26th, 2020

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