We have provided a large range of Time resources with different clock faces to help children beome fluent in telling the time and learn the language associated with this skill. These resources include several different visual ways of telling the time through multiple clock faces, and are broken down into Hours and different Intervals.
Choose to learn just the hours (1 o'clock, 2 o'clock, 3 o'clock...), the intervals in increments of 5 minutes (5 minutes past 1, 5 minutes past 2, 5 minutes past 3...) or learn all the intervals within 12 hours (5 minutes past 1, 10 minutes past 1, quarter past 1...). With the varitety of resources on offer children can being to learn the time, and once they are confident with their new skills, you can use the word lists to reinforce their knowledge, test what they know and highlight any areas of development.
For many children, starting with an analogue clock provides with the foundations for telling the time, before moving onto something harder like a digital clock. The visual clock face of an analogue clock make comprehension easier as children can see the numbers and break the clock into sections. To support children learning to tell the time with the Roman Numerals clock face, we have a collection of resources with the numbers 1-20 in roman numerals (one with written words and one with numbers).