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The hands of the clock

Introduction Session

Here you can download the teaching guide for this extra activity to do with the toy and print activities related to the game. You can also download the digital game and use it whenever and wherever you want.

Learning Objective

Getting to know the parts of the analogue clock: the face, numbers and hands.

Digital Game

Firstly, place the numbers on the face of the clock and then set its different hands according to the time displayed on the digital clock. The game ends when you have completed all of them.

  • Time & Measurement
  • Logical Thinking & Math

How to play

Show the Miniland analogue clock. Explain the differences between analogue and digital clocks. Talk about the different parts of an analogue clock: the face, hands, numbers, etc.


Print out the game sheet and hand out one to each player. The game consists of placing the numbers on the analogue faces to reproduce 6 different times shown to the group on the Miniland clock.