Time and Explain Everything


This lesson works on analogue time. It looks complicated but it is a very simple activity.

For full lesson plan click here.

Months of the Year

This is another learning game for the months of the year. Once the image is clicked, the month is spoken to help the children identify the month. They must then place the months in order.

Months of the Year

Work on the sequence of the months of the year using this great resource.

Your early KS1 children must slide the months in to order to help the monster climb the ladder.

This is a great resource to create written problems with. E.g. Which month is after June? What is the ninth month of the year? etc.

Complete the Time

Allow your children to work on o’clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to times with this interactive game.

Time Game

This time game works on o’clock, quarter past, half past and quarter to times.

The children must match the analogue time shown on the clock faces to the written time.

Time Bandits

The game works on one hour, half an hour, fifteen and five minute intervals.

The aim of the game is to match the digital time to the analogue time by shining a torch.

The clocks slowly fall to the ground acting as a timer.


Match the analogue and digital times. You can progress through the activity and select smaller intervals.

Set the Time

O’clock and half past digital and analogue time activity.

You can move both hands freely and ignore the writing at the bottom if you want to work on certain intervals.

Set the Time

This is a fun and interactive learning resources for practising time.

The children will listen to the time and set the clock accordingly.

This game goes up to half past, quarter past and quarter to the hour. You can also choose to mix a few times to differentiate the lesson.

NOTE: This activity requires the hour and minute hand to be set correctly.

How long from...

Find the difference between the two times on the clocks.

This activity would be great for a starter or plenary linked to problems. E.g. The shop opened at 1 o’clock and closed at 4 o’clock. How long was it open?


Set the clock to the time written above.


If you’re looking to develop the children’s knowledge of digital and analogue correlation then this is the game for you.

This resource shows variety of time that the children can match but also explores time problems such as, ‘What will the time be in 3 hours?‘ etc.

You can also choose from a variety of levels depending on the ability of your children.

This resource is a fantastic way to work on simple analogue digital matching and time problems – well worth a look!

Time Worksheet Creator

Follow the link to create your own time worksheets.

You can create o’clock, half past, quarter to, quarter past and even five minute interval worksheets.

This is a fantastic resource that is extremely customisable – you can even create your own titles. If you’re teaching time this resource is a must to consolidate the learning.


Digital time – Half past and o’clock

A great resource in which the children must enter in the digital time to accompany the words.

This game explores both half past time and o’clock and allows the children to keep track of their score.

Analogue Time Worksheet Creator

Follow the link to create your own time worksheets.

You can create o’clock, half past, quarter to, quarter past, five-minute interval worksheets or an amalgamation of them all.

Instantaneous worksheets are created and you can re-enter the same specifications and get a list of different times.

Quarter to - Worksheet

Follow the link to create your own time worksheet. This worksheet explores quarter to times using analogue clocks.

This resource is suitable for KS1 when learning to tell the time. 

Time Memory

In this activity, the children must match the o’clock and half past times.

Different terminology is used each time a time is spoken. E.g. Half past 2 and two-thirty etc.