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To start today complete the arithmetic below. Don't worry that you do not have a sheet, just jot your answers down. The document contains the answers too, they are on the second page. 

Our maths lessons this week are all about time. In our first lesson you will learning about telling the time to the nearest 5 minutes. To start, I would like you to click on the link below and complete the activities. By doing this you will be recapping and your learning of time in KS1.   

 

If your adults are unsure how to help you learn to tell the time I have uploaded a video at the bottom of the page. smiley

You are going to be telling the time on an analogue clock - a clock with hands. Remember that the hands on a clock are different. The longer hand represents the minutes and the shorter hand represents the hours. A good idea to start is to make yourself a clock face. You could make your own using things from around the house or there is a template in your pack and below. 

When you are talking about time at home, I would really like you to focus on using the accurate mathematical language of 'minutes past' and 'minutes to'.smiley

 

When you are ready, have a go at the worksheet.

When you have marked your work, have a go at our True and False Challenge. 
If you really want to challenge yourself, here are some reasoning activities.
Additional activities and quizzes can be found on Discovery Education by clicking the link below. 

Teach Your Child to Tell the Time ⏰

I look forward to seeing your work later. smiley
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