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Blank Analogue Cut-Out Clocks (with hands)

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Blank Analogue Clocks (with hands) - Time resource, Time vocaulary, clock face, O'clock, half past, quarter past, quarter to, shapes spaces measures

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  • 3 days ago

    ghood

  • Mar 22nd

    for supporting eal child

  • Mar 8th

    I am going to use them to do some activity with the class and then put them on the display

  • Mar 7th

    Is there an editable version? I want them for a display and so need them smaller

    • Mar 8th

      Hi liannepetty, thank you for your review. I have passed your request on to our design team to see what they can do for you. :)

  • Mar 3rd

    I can't use this resource with the logo all over it. Especially as twinkl is spellt without an e. Confusing for children and free versions are available everywhere so I am not sure why it is necessary in this instance.

    • Mar 3rd

      Hi there lucyknight, thanks for your comment! We include our logo so other teachers may be inspired to look at our website and browse our lovely resources. I'm sorry you feel this will make the resource unusable for yourself, I can ask our designers to look into not including the twinkl name on the hands of the clock? :)

  • Jan 21st

    Make some up with split pin centres for display/starter sessions. Children could make their own, after practice with actual clocks, and use in maths area for either directed or free choice activities.

  • Jul 23rd, 2014

    excellent

  • Feb 18th, 2013

    exactly what i needed

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Blank Analogue Cut-Out Clocks (with hands)

Blank Analogue Cut-Out Clocks (with hands) - A set of two different A4 clocks with printable hands. Why not print and laminate the resource and use a split pin to adjust the time as you require. Highly versatile and very useful in teaching children about time.
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