This week, we are going to be continuing our learning from earlier in the year on Time. We are going to be practising telling the time past and to the hour on both analogue and digital clocks. Later in the week, we will be using our work on time to look at bar charts.
Remember that time is the perfect subject for you to be practising at home, especially if you find it tricky. Next week, we will be looking at telling the time to the nearest minute. The more you practise, the easier you will find it!
Today, watch Ms Brown's video about telling times past the hour. Then, choose your challenge from 'Analogue and digital clock times' Sheets 1, 2 or 3. Sheet 3 is the most challenging.
**PLEASE NOTE - the tasks and their answers for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday this week are all in one pdf document below**
Today, we will building on our learning from yesterday and practising telling the time to the hour.
Work through today's lesson presentation (it works much better as a ppt than a pdf) and then choose your challenge from the 'Telling times' Sheets from 1 to 3. As always, they get more challenging as you go! (**Tasks and answers can be found with yesterday's learning**)
You also get ten extra points if you spot the intentional mistake on 'Telling Times' Sheet 1!
Today in maths, we will be working on recognising equivalent analogue and digital times, and using am and pm.
Watch Ms Brown's video and then choose your challenge from the 'Matching times' Sheets 1, 2 or 3 (**Tasks and answers can be found with Monday's learning**)
To consolidate and extend your learning even further, there are extra problem-solving and reasoning questions below.
Today, we are going to be using our work so far this week to look at timing events in seconds, and collecting data and displaying it in a bar chart.
Work through today's lesson presentation and then choose one of the 'Race times bar chart' Sheets!
Today we will work on mental and written maths. Complete the short arithmetic test that I have posted to practise your skills! Remember to use a written method if you need to. Mark your answers when you have finished to see how you did.
Also, choose your 99Club level and see if you can complete it in the given time. You can find the different 99Club levels, and the answers, under 'Maths Extras'. Remember to mark your work... if you didn't get an answer correct this week, practise over the course of next week and see if you can improve your score next Friday. Once you have completed a level with all the correct answers in the given time 3 times, move onto the next level!