Digital clock

Choose a level:
Hours
Hours
1
Half-hours
Half-hours
2
Hours and half-hours
Hours and half-hours
3
A quarter to
A quarter to
4
A quarter past
A quarter past
5
A quarter to and past
A quarter to and past
6
Ten minutes to
Ten minutes to
7
Ten minutes past
Ten minutes past
8
Ten minutes to and past
Ten minutes to and past
9
Twenty minutes to
Twenty minutes to
10
Twenty minutes past
Twenty minutes past
11
Twenty minutes to and past
Twenty minutes to and past
12
Twenty-five minutes past
Twenty-five minutes past
13
Twenty-five minutes to
Twenty-five minutes to
14
Twenty-five minutes to and past
Twenty-five minutes to and past
15
Five minutes to
Five minutes to
16
Five minutes past
Five minutes past
17
Five to and five past
Five to and five past
18
All time notations
All time notations
19
The whole clock
The whole clock
20
Choose type och clock:
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Latest events in this game

2017-07-21 08:25: Someone had a problem at level 2. Half-hours which took 2 seconds.
2017-07-13 09:30: Someone had a problem at level 1. Hours which took 4 minutes.
2017-07-13 09:26: Someone had a problem at level 1. Hours which took 4 minutes.
2017-06-30 17:39: Someone had a problem at level 19. All time notations which took 7 seconds.
2017-06-24 12:29: Someone had a problem at level 6. A quarter to and past which took 46 seconds.
2017-06-23 03:41: Someone had a problem at level 3. Hours and half-hours which took 28 seconds.
2017-06-22 11:28: Someone had a problem at level 4. A quarter to which took 10 seconds.
2017-06-18 21:41: Someone had a problem at level 1. Hours which took 17 seconds.
2017-06-15 09:00: Someone had a problem at level 2. Half-hours which took 4 minutes.
2017-06-15 08:55: Someone had a problem at level 1. Hours which took 3 minutes.

What time is it? Practice the digital clock and especially the difference between AM and PM.

Practice the digital clock

Game instructions for practicing the digital clock

Please also practice telling time in another of our knowledge games that practice the analog clock.

Some children find it easier to comprehend the digital clock, since the analog clock is less logical in its structure of telling time.

In this game you have to read a time and find the digital clock that corresponds to the current time. It gets extra tricky because you have to keep in mind that the clock has 24 hours and the times are written with additions such as in the morning or in the night.This game consists of six levels, where the easiest focuses on the hours (i.e. o'clock). The most difficult level practices the entire digital clock, ie both the minutes and hours, but not seconds. All levels practice the difference between night and day, morning and evening, which is another way of writing the English AM and PM.
You choose if you want to play with 24-hour or 12-hour clock, ie if you are going to play with AM and PM or not.

At each game level, you have to solve ten written time questions, and you always have three different digital clocks to choose from. You may continue to guess among the clocks until you find the correct clock. To complete a level you must find the correct digital clock on the first attempt in all ten questions. A completed level in this clock game is marked by a green background color.

Some examples of questions concerning time:
Which clock is at half past twelve in daytime?
or
Which clock is at five minutes to half past six in the evening?

Calculation of knowledge points

Each completed level results in 1 knowledge point. The maximum number of points (20 knowledge points) is achieved when you complete all 20 levels. You'll get a bronze medal when you complete a level 2 times and a silver medal after 5 completed rounds. A gold medal will be received after 10 completed rounds. In Digital clock, the maximum number of collectable gold medals is 20. You only earn knowledge points for levels that has not been cleared before. A cleared level has a green background above. Even when you have completed a level, you can continue practicing at that level, but it gives you no more knowledge points.

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Game info

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This game is suitable for student between Up to 6 years and 11 years.
By playing the game the student practices Digital clock, Numbers.
The game with id 18 was created by Helpfulgames on .
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Anonymous wrote:
25 april 2017 08:32
         
Soooooo good! Nice clock game!
liban.ahmed wrote:
13 februari 2014 20:20
         
hey
we are happy in the games.
i like in the games.
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