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Flip-It What's the Time?

Product Code: MA02546
Practice solving real-life word problems with both analogue and digital time.
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Helping to Support Teaching and Learning

Interactive Learning

Engages children in time practice by encouraging active participation. Children develop critical thinking skills by interacting with the cards and solving time-related challenges, making learning fun.

Real-Life Problems

Enhances problem-solving skills with real-life maths problems. These challenges help children understand the relevance of time in everyday situations, improving their time management capabilities.

Immediate Feedback

Provides instant feedback by flipping the card, reinforcing learning outcomes immediately. This quick response aids in faster understanding and retention of time concepts.

Durable Materials

Constructed from sturdy cardboard for long-term use in the classroom. The durable materials make the cards resistant to wear and tear, allowing them to withstand frequent handling during activities.

Supports Year 1

Aligns with the UK curriculum to help Year 1 children solve time problems through engaging exercises. This foundation supports confident progression to more complex topics.

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Flip-It What's the Time?

Practice solving real-life word problems with both analogue and digital time.

Overview

  • Children need engaging tools to learn to tell time; these interactive cards provide that. These durable aids are designed to withstand regular classroom use and enhance time-telling skills.

  • They support the UK curriculum by helping Year 1 children compare, describe, and solve practical time problems. In Year 2, they assist in comparing and sequencing intervals of time. For Year 3, the cards help estimate and read time accurately to the nearest minute, record and compare time, and use vocabulary such as o'clock, am/pm, morning, afternoon, noon, and midnight.

  • In Year 4, the cards aid in reading, writing, and converting time between analogue and digital 12- and 24-hour clocks. These resources ensure that children develop a solid understanding of both analogue and digital time through engaging and interactive methods.

Supports the National Curriculum

Mathematics, Year 1, Measurement

Compare, describe and solve practical problems for time.

Mathematics, Year 2, Measurement

Compare and sequence intervals of time.

Mathematics, Year 3, Measurement

Estimate and read time with increasing accuracy to the nearest minute, record and compare time, and use vocabulary such as o’clock, am/pm, morning, afternoon, noon and midnight.

Technical Summary

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    Pack size

  • Single

  • Material

  • Cardboard

  • Age Range

  • Suitable for 9 to 11 years

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