Posted by Peter on 2nd October 2009

Coming soon: time and times tables

boy4It’s all about time next week and, of course, times tables’.

Remembering how many days there are in any particular month is a challenge for many adults, yet alone children. There is of course the rhyme, ’30 days hath September’ etc, which is included in full on the worksheet but I prefer the ‘knuckle version’ where you can use the knuckles and dips on your hands to work out the number of days. Find out more on Monday!

We also have a time worksheet on reading the time to the nearest half hour or quarter hour, suitable for those just getting to grips with reading the time and clock faces.

Also a tables worksheet where the second set of questions looks at square numbers, which, of course, give a diagonal pattern on a tables square.

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