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Mathematics resources for Primary Teachers in Training - Resources - ICT Mathematics - Time

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Created on 15 July 2010 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 16 September 2010 by ncetm_administrator

Resources - Tell the Time


Tell the time is an interactive teaching program (ITP) which displays on-screen analogue and digital clocks separately or together. The clocks can be moved around the screen and their sizes altered. Times can be adjusted in different intervals of time. The 'set' option on the digital clock is used to set the time shown on the clocks. Once you have selected your options click on 'set' again to restart the clocks. The clocks can run in real time or from a set time and over any interval. The clock can be stopped and started.

Tell the Time (Mac) (HQX 1.5Mb)

This version of Tell the Time runs on Apple Mac OS computers.

Tell the time guide (WORD 97Kb)

Tell the time guide (PDF 303Kb)

Tell the Time (Shockwave SWF 65Kb)

This is an interactive Flash movie file.

Tell the Time (PC) (EXE 865Kb)

This version of Tell the Time runs on Windows based personal computers.

Tell the Time (ZIP 470Kb)

This version of Tell the time runs on Windows based personal computers. You will need to have an unzip utility, such as WinZip for Windows or StuffIt Expander for Windows and Apple Macintosh, installed on your computer to unzip this file.


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