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Week beginning 15.06.20

15.06.20 - Today we are going to practise telling the time to one minute intervals. Work through the presentation and then complete the worksheet. You can draw the clocks on paper where necessary. When you have finished, check your answers to see how well you have understood this work. If possible, ask an adult in your house to help you.

16.06.20 - Work through the presentation to check your understanding of how to convert from analogue to digital clock times. After that, complete the worksheet. You don't need to print; just complete the matching exercise by writing the times, or drawing the clocks on paper. Check your answers when you have finished to see how you have done.

17.06.20 - Today, I would like you to read through yesterday's presentation again to remind yourself how to convert from analogue to digital time. Remember that digital clocks only show minutes past the hour and that the hour comes first when reading a digital clock. After you have checked your understanding, try converting the times on the worksheets attached below. This time, you will be expected to convert quarter past and quarter to analogue times to their digital form. Try your best and check your answers once you have finished.

18.06.20 - Today, I would like you to practise converting from analogue to digital time again, but this time you must read and record times to the nearest minute. The first worksheet is a matching clocks exercise and the second worksheet pack requires you to either write the times you see on the clocks ( in analogue and digital format), or draw the times given. If you can't print the sheets, don't worry - you can draw the clocks where necessary and just write the times on paper. Try your best and look back at presentations from earlier in the week and last week if you need to. If possible, ask someone in your house to work with you on this. You can use the answer sheets provided to check your understanding once you have finished.

19.06.20 - It's problem solving Friday! Please read through the instructions to the chocolate mystery in the file below and use your maths skills to solve the clues. There is a page where you can apply your knowledge of telling the time. The answers are provided at the end for you to check your work and your final solution. Good luck!