Train TimetablesAn interactive exercise on reading train timetables and making time calculations. 
This is level 1: highlighting journeys on a train timetable. Click the cells in the timetable to highlight the journeys mentioned below.
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ContinueSiam City  0606  0659  0753  0851  0931  1011  1058  1142  1227  1320  1415 

Chitlom Square  0616  0709  0803  0901  0941  1021  1108  1152  1237  1330  1425 
Embassy  0636  0729  0823  0921  1001  1041  1128  1212  1257  1350  1445 
International  0656  0749  0843  0941  1021  1101  1148  1232  1317  1410  1505 
Asoke Place  0709  0802  0856  0954  1034  1114  1201  1245  1330  1423  1518 
Emporium  0719  0812  0906  1004  1044  1124  1211  1255  1340  1433  1528 
Tong Thai  0731  0824  0918  1016  1056  1136  1223  1307  1352  1445  1540 
Ekkamai  0748  0841  0935  1033  1113  1153  1240  1324  1409  1502  1557 
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Level 1  Highlighting journeys on a train timetable
Level 2  Finding information from a train timetable
Level 3  Finding information from a real train timetable
Level 4  Create a timetable from the given clues
The video above is from RawMaths.
You may also want to use a calculator to check your working. See Calculator Workout skill 12.
Don't wait until you have finished the exercise before you click on the 'Check' button. Click it often as you work through the questions to see if you are answering them correctly. You can doubleclick the 'Check' button to make it float at the bottom of your screen.
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