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Week beginning 08.06.20

08.06.20 - This week, we are going to practise telling the time. First, I would like you to read the information on the labelled clock sheet and then I would like you to complete the writing and drawing times worksheet. The answers are provided for you to check your work. If you can't print the clocks, don't worry, you can just draw them on paper.

How to tell the time

This video explains how to read an analogue clock to quarter hours and then 5 minute intervals. It may help if you are unsure.

09.06.20 - Today, I would like you to look back at yesterday's video and then have a go at the worksheets below. This time, you will be telling the time to 5 minute intervals (past and to the hour). For the first set of worksheets, there is a labelled clock to help you. For the second set of worksheets, you must label the clock yourself and on the third set of worksheets, which are the most difficult, you should try to remember and apply your understanding (these are the sheets labelled with 3 stars). After each set of sheets, you have been given the answers so that you can check your work. Since there are three sections of work to complete, you can work on them today and tomorrow. Try your best!

10.06.20 - Today, you will be completing the work set yesterday. Remember to read through your instructions again carefully and rewatch the video to remind you about the 5 minute intervals on an analogue clock. Try your best!

11.06.20 / 12.06.20 (2 lessons) - Sometimes analogue clocks and watches are labelled with Roman numerals instead of numbers? Do you have a clock like this in your house? Reading this type of clock face is done in the same way as the clock faces you have practised with so far this week. Today, I would like you to use your knowledge of telling the time to 5 minute intervals to reading the clock faces on the worksheets below. There are 3 levels of work - the 1 star sheets are the simplest and the 3 star sheets the most difficult. See how far you can test your knowlege. The clocks are labelled with Roman numerals, but there is a clock face on the first sheet that also has the equivalent numbers to help you. You also have the video and example labelled clocks from earlier in the week to refer to if you need reminding about reading the position of the minute hand. Try your best and check your answers when you have finished (they are included in the pack) to see how well you have understood this work.