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Click to the nearest 5 minute or minute. Click 12 hour or 24 hour depending on how confident you feel. Let us know how you get on!


Maths – Time

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Today we have been learning about time differences. This great game is free and really helps to practice working out the time difference.

Maths Homework

Today we sent home a clock to make and I would like the children once they have made the clock to practice telling the time over the holidays. Once they have perhaps done an activity, for example, had breakfast. They could make the time on the clock and write down the time. Please don’t return the clocks but please return the times that they have correctly identified.

Telling the Time

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This week we are learning about time. This great game is free and will help you practice and improve how quickly you can tell the time. Have a go at quarter past and quarter to. Then try five minute intervals and one minute intervals too! Let me know how you get on.

My Maths

This week in maths we are learning about time. I have added some activities on time for you to help continue and develop your learning at home. Let me know how you have got on.