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LIFE/work balance We have started a #LIFEworkbalance campaign and we need your help to

LIFE/work balance We have started a #LIFEworkbalance campaign and we need your help to complete our LIFE/work balance survey. We hope to publish the results soon, so please give 15 minutes of your time to help us get a true picture of school life. Want to be a part of this campaign? Take the with your colleagues! © Classroom Secrets Limited 2019 survey on our website and share it

Year 3 – Summer Block 2 – Time – 24 -hour Clock About This

Year 3 – Summer Block 2 – Time – 24 -hour Clock About This Resource: This Power. Point has been designed to support your teaching of this small step. It includes a starter activity and an example of each question from the Varied Fluency and Reasoning and Problem Solving resources also provided in this pack. You can choose to work through all examples provided or a selection of them depending on the needs of your class. National Curriculum Objectives: Mathematics Year 3: (3 M 4 b) Tell and write the time from an analogue clock and 24 -hour clocks Mathematics Year 3: (3 M 4 d) Estimate and read time with increasing accuracy to the nearest minute; record and compare time in terms of seconds, minutes and hours; use vocabulary such as o’clock, a. m. /p. m. , morning, afternoon, noon and midnight More Year 3 Time resources. Did you like this resource? Don’t forget to © Classroom Secrets Limited 2019 review it on our website.

Year 3 – Summer Block 2 – Time Step 6: 24 -hour Clock ©

Year 3 – Summer Block 2 – Time Step 6: 24 -hour Clock © Classroom Secrets Limited 2019

Introduction Put these times in order from earliest to latest. 04: 10 pm ©

Introduction Put these times in order from earliest to latest. 04: 10 pm © Classroom Secrets Limited 2019 20 minutes past 2 in the afternoon 11: 20 am pm

Introduction Put these times in order from earliest to latest. 11: 20 am pm

Introduction Put these times in order from earliest to latest. 11: 20 am pm © Classroom Secrets Limited 2019 20 minutes past 2 in the afternoon 04: 10 pm

Varied Fluency 1 Match the analogue clocks and 24 -hour clocks which show the

Varied Fluency 1 Match the analogue clocks and 24 -hour clocks which show the same time. © Classroom Secrets Limited 2019 A B C D E F 06: 55 13: 20 16: 10

Varied Fluency 1 Match the analogue clocks and 24 -hour clocks which show the

Varied Fluency 1 Match the analogue clocks and 24 -hour clocks which show the same time. © Classroom Secrets Limited 2019 A B C D E F 06: 55 13: 20 16: 10

Varied Fluency 2 Choose number cards to fill in the 24 -hour clocks with

Varied Fluency 2 Choose number cards to fill in the 24 -hour clocks with two times that match the analogue clock. 9 6 5 5 7 3 0 © Classroom Secrets Limited 2019 : 5 1 : 3

Varied Fluency 2 Choose number cards to fill in the 24 -hour clocks with

Varied Fluency 2 Choose number cards to fill in the 24 -hour clocks with two times that match the analogue clock. 9 6 5 5 7 3 0 5: 3 5 © Classroom Secrets Limited 2019 1 7: 3 5

Varied Fluency 3 A B 15: 05 D (am) C 23: 50 Which of

Varied Fluency 3 A B 15: 05 D (am) C 23: 50 Which of these times is the earliest? Which of these times is the latest? © Classroom Secrets Limited 2019 (pm)

Varied Fluency 3 earliest A B 15: 05 D (am) C latest 23: 50

Varied Fluency 3 earliest A B 15: 05 D (am) C latest 23: 50 Which of these times is earliest? A Which of these times is latest? C © Classroom Secrets Limited 2019 (pm)

Problem Solving 1 Here is an information board at a station. It shows when

Problem Solving 1 Here is an information board at a station. It shows when trains leave. Train A 12: 55 Train B 08: 40 Train C 00: 10 Train D 23: 25 Train E 21: 00 Put the trains in order from earliest leaving to latest leaving in the day. © Classroom Secrets Limited 2019

Problem Solving 1 Here is an information board at a station. It shows when

Problem Solving 1 Here is an information board at a station. It shows when trains leave. Train A 12: 55 Train B 08: 40 Train C 00: 10 Train D 23: 25 Train E 21: 00 Put the trains in order from earliest leaving to latest leaving in the day. Train C, Train B, Train A, Train E, Train D © Classroom Secrets Limited 2019

Reasoning 1 A shop was burgled some time after 5 pm. Detective Ivor Clue

Reasoning 1 A shop was burgled some time after 5 pm. Detective Ivor Clue knows when some criminals left the shop. Aidan Abett 13: 50 Colin Dacops 08: 40 Robin Fings 00: 20 Connor Patsy 23: 25 Who should Detective Clue arrest? Explain your answer. © Classroom Secrets Limited 2019

Reasoning 1 A shop was burgled some time after 5 pm. Detective Ivor Clue

Reasoning 1 A shop was burgled some time after 5 pm. Detective Ivor Clue knows when some criminals left the shop. Aidan Abett 13: 50 Colin Dacops 08: 40 Robin Fings 00: 20 Connor Patsy 23: 25 Who should Detective Clue arrest? Explain your answer. Connor Patsy, because… © Classroom Secrets Limited 2019

Reasoning 1 A shop was burgled some time after 5 pm. Detective Ivor Clue

Reasoning 1 A shop was burgled some time after 5 pm. Detective Ivor Clue knows when some criminals left the shop. Aidan Abett 13: 50 Colin Dacops 08: 40 Robin Fings 00: 20 Connor Patsy 23: 25 Who should Detective Clue arrest? Explain your answer. Connor Patsy, because all the other criminals left the shop before 5 pm. © Classroom Secrets Limited 2019

Problem Solving 2 Here are some different times. A B 02: 20 C Twenty

Problem Solving 2 Here are some different times. A B 02: 20 C Twenty to one in the morning D 13: 50 Sort them into these categories: Before noon © Classroom Secrets Limited 2019 After noon Can’t tell

Problem Solving 2 Here are some different times. A B 02: 20 C D

Problem Solving 2 Here are some different times. A B 02: 20 C D Twenty to one in the morning 13: 50 Sort them into these categories: Before noon After noon Can’t tell A, C D B © Classroom Secrets Limited 2019