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These are the Transum resources related to the statement: "Pupils should be taught to solve problems involving converting between units of time".

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- Clock A large analogue clock to use for telling the time practice with the whole class
- Clock Times Pairs The traditional pairs or Pelmanism game adapted to test the ability to compare analogue and digital times.
- Converting Standard Units Converting measurements of length, mass, volume and time from one unit of measure to another.
- Months of the Year Match the month name with the month number in this drag and drop activity
- Telling The Time Practise reading a clock face and solving problems involving converting between units of time.
- Telling The Time - Part 1 Learn how to tell the time from an analogue clock then do the online exercise called Telling The Time Level 1.
- Telling The Time - Part 2 Learn how to tell the time from an analogue clock then do the online exercise called Telling The Time Level 2.
- Telling The Time - Part 3 Learn how to tell the time from an analogue clock then do the online exercise called Telling The Time Level 3.
- Telling The Time - Part 4 Learn how to tell the time from an analogue clock then do the online exercise called Telling The Time Level 4.
- Time Arithmetic Practise adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing times with these self-marking exercises.
- Time Sort Arrange the analogue and digital clock faces in order from earliest to latest
- Train Timetables An interactive exercise on reading train timetables and making time calculations.
- Walking Times Questions about the time it takes to walk between places in London according to the Walking Tube Map.

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