Time

0 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 |

#### Level contents

- * Assessment for the whole of Level 6
- ** Assessment test answers
- Test of the Time strand, Level 6.
- *** Assessment test records
- 6:01 Telling the time
- Draw the hands on each clock face and write the digital time. Write the time in words, am/pm, 24 hour time. What time units would you use to measure the time taken to complete given tasks?
- 6:01E Telling the time
- Interpret the tidal chart. Changing times from 24-hour time to am/pm time.
- 6:02E 24-hour time
- Extension page. Interpret the travel itinerary.
- 6:02PT Progress test
- Test of Time
- 6:03 Using stopwatches
- Write the time taken shown on each stopwatch in minutes and seconds. Use a stopwatch to time activities with a partner. Record and compare results. Tick the activities you would time on an analog stopwatch.
- 6:03E Using stopwatches
- Extension page. Write the elapsed time shown on each stopwatch in minutes and seconds. What type of stopwatch is easier to read, analog or digital? Order the times taken from fastest to slowest. Compare times. Time yourself.
- 6:04 The calendar
- Use the calendar to answer the questions, noticing leap years, patterns and public holidays. Use abbreviations to show public holidays on the timeline.
- 6:05 Daylight Saving Time
- Which states or territories do not have daylight saving time? Write the time differences between the given cities. Write the corresponding times to complete the table. Discuss and write reasons for and against.
- 6:05E Time zones
- Extension page. Complete the table to show the times in each capital city. Show what time the plane will land in each capital city. Look at the sundial and complete each time using am or pm. Draw shadow lines on the sundial for the given times. Would it be accurate in daylight saving time?
- 6:06 Time
- Convert times. Write the time taken from words or analog and digital stopwatches and clocks. Complete word problems.
- 6:06C Measurement problems
- Read the ferry timetable and the stopwatch. Word problems for minutes and seconds. Find time taken using digital and analog clocks. Word problems for time taken.
- 6:06PT Progress test
- Test of Time
- 6:AC New Maths Builder Texts
- Placeholder
- 6:ACC Year 6 Cover
- Placeholder
- 6:MG00C Contents: Year 6 Maths Builder text
- Contents
- 6:MG00D Answers: 6:MG01-6:MG27
- The answers to the Year 6 Maths Builder text 6:MG01-6:MG27
- 6:MG00E Answers: 6:MG27C-6:MG56
- The answers to the Year 6 Maths Builder text 6:MG027C-6:MG56
- 6:MG19 Timetables
- Use the timetables to plan a trip. Show your trip on the timeline, choosing your own scale.
- 6:MG20 Using timetables
- Use the timetables to plan a trip. Show your trip on the timeline, choosing your own scale.
- 6:MG20C Time
- Convert times. Write the time taken from words or analog and digital stopwatches and clocks. Complete word problems.
- 6:MG20S Calculating elapsed time
- Calculating elapsed time
- 6:MG54 Timelines
- Timelines, months of the year, special days of the year, sunrise, midday, sunset
- 6:MG55 The calendar
- Use the calendar to answer the questions, noticing leap years, patterns and public holidays. Use abbreviations to show public holidays on the timeline.
- 6:MG55C The calendar
- Extension page. Complete the calendar and answer the questions - eg. 2nd Monday, one week before, one month after. Fill out the calendar for the previous month. Leap year.
- 6:MG56 The calendar
- Use the calendar given to find: the last day of April, the day May started, the month that started on a Wednesday, whether 2005 was a leap year, etc. Write dates in the short form. Write the century. Internet search for date recording over the centuries and in other cultures.