The next few weeks we will be exploring time. This will be suitable for Year 1 and 2 and we will slowly build up to telling the time and solving time problems
The work will appear throughout the week. But here are some interactive websites that might help
Interactive Games and Activities
https://www.topmarks.co.uk/time/teaching-clock : A clock that you can move to tell the time. Analouge and Digital clocks available.
https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/116/telling-the-time Telling the time game. Click Play now. Can get tricky. Choose the right level.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zhk82hv/articles/zcmdwxs : Bitesize how to tell the time
Before we properly explore clocks and measurements of time we need to understand how time is ordered. We will be looking at before and after, morning, afternoon and evening.
What is your day like? Is it different now than before the virus? What will it be like after the virus?
So as we know now that things happen before and after, and about the past and the future we can start to be more specific.
What day is it today? What day is it tomorrow? What Day was yesterday? How many days are in a week?
What month is it today? What month is it next month? When is it "next" month? How many months are in a year?
Today we will explore dates!
Who had the days of the week songs stuck in their head?
Today I'm going to show you how to tell the time to the hour. Y2's if you already can do this, then please skip to 6 minutes in on the video to start to explore the questions!
I also have added a link to Ms Morecroft make a clock. I'd love to see what clocks you make. Please upload them here:
So like last week we are doing our learn it's today with our CLIC tomorrow..
The Learn it's are a good way to see how fast your recall of number facts are. How fast can you do?
Year 1s should do Learn it 4,5,6 or if that's too easy, 5,6,7
Year 2s should do Learn it 7,8,9 but if that's too easy or Tricky, try a different one.
Good Luck everyone and please upload your score!
If you would like to practise more key maths skills and facts, have a go at these
great games (I have put them into year groups but please use what is comfortable for you):