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Time Map" Activity Worksheets are designed to teach children about time management and planning skills. These worksheets help children visualise and organise their daily or weekly schedules, fostering a sense of responsibility and time awareness.

Activities typically involve creating a time map – a graphical representation of how they spend or plan to spend their time. Children are guided to allocate time for school, homework, play, chores, and rest. This might include drawing time blocks, labelling activities, and prioritising tasks.

The worksheets often encourage reflection on how time is spent and the importance of balancing different activities. This can lead to discussions about the value of time and how effective time management can lead to a more productive and fulfilling day.

Additionally, these activities may include goal-setting exercises, where children plan time for achieving specific objectives, whether they be academic, personal, or extracurricular.

Engaging with "Time Map" worksheets teaches children to be mindful of their time and develop organisational skills, prioritisation, and self-management skills. This foundational skill is crucial for their overall development and future success.
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We create interactive PSHE resources for primary children. As part of the media generation, we know how important it is to engage and teach from a young age. Each module is carefully created by PSHE and Safeguarding experts together with schools and, most importantly, children. We are proud to offer resources to over 2,000 schools in 47 UK counties and across the world.

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