Informal Time of Day Jigsaw Puzzle - Game
A measurement jigsaw puzzle illustrating informal time
Times of day include:
- Night (beginning of day)
- Early Morning
- Late Morning
- Night (end of day)
Use these puzzle pieces as a fun revision activity in the classroom, or compliment them with the Informal Measurement Task Cards.
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Australian Curriculum alignment
Mathematics > Foundation Year > Measurement and Geometry > Using units of measurement > ACMMG006
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Mathematics > Year 1 > Measurement and Geometry > Using units of measurement > ACMMG019
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Mathematics > Year 2 > Measurement and Geometry > Using units of measurement > ACMMG037
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Mathematics > Foundation Year > Measurement and Geometry > Using units of measurement > ACMMG007
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Mathematics > Year 2 > Measurement and Geometry > Using units of measurement > ACMMG038
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Mathematics > Foundation Year > Measurement and Geometry > Using units of measurement > ACMMG008
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Mathematics > Year 2 > Measurement and Geometry > Using units of measurement > ACMMG040
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