Sensor Shield v5 Uno R3 with 10DOF–GY-80 4-in-1 Multi-Sensor Module

I have Below Items and i want to interface all of them with Arduino Uno R3 to make a digital Clock can some one guide me if its is doable or not and where to start with?

  1. Arduino uno R3
  2. Sensor Shield V5
  3. 10DOF–GY-80 4-in-1 Multi-Sensor Module (http://artofcircuits.com/product/10dof-gy-80-4-in-1-multi-sensor-module)
  4. Nokia 5110 84×48 LCD Module (Nokia 5110 84x48 LCD Module - Art of Circuits)
  5. HC-06 Bluetooth serial pass-through module (HC-06 Bluetooth serial pass-through module - Art of Circuits)

Please guide me

You only should use modules which come with data sheets and Ardunio libraries and sample code. Then study the documentation and examples, how to use these modules in your project.

yes thats what i want to know if someone can confirm if these are usable together?

If you don't get answers, try to figure out more yourself, and come back with more specific questions.

First of all, find the data sheets for the modules, and the related libraries. Without these informations nobody can answer your question.
E.g. the links for the 10DOF module seem to be broken in the page you mentioned. Try to find working links to the module's data sheet.

If the modules are shields, which pins do they use? Can they be stacked all together?

Which pins are used to connect the modules in the library examples? If there are conflicts, can different pins be used, somehow?
The I2C pins (SCL,SDA) can be shared by multiple modules, no conflicts here.
Same for SPI pins (MISO,MOSI,SCK), each SPI module requires only one distinct pin for Slave Selection (SS).

Which timers are used by the libraries? That's hard to figure out for newbies, but you should try at least.
SPI and I2C connections require no extra timers.

Then report your findings, including links to the data sheets, and we'll see what's missing.