Bore da pawb!
I hope you are all feeling refreshed this Monday morning after a long weekend. I hope you all had lot's of fun in the sun, celebrating VE Day.
Last week you started to look at telling the time, we are going to continue learning how to tell the time this week, but before we move onto anything new, I would like you all to practise the skills you learnt last week.
There are two different sheets to be completed, to help your children develop their understanding of telling the time to five minutes, including quarter past and quarter to the hour. The activities provided give children the chance to practise writing the time and reading, then drawing the time on clocks.
Sheet 1: - Focuses on o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to.
Sheet 2: Focuses on telling time in 5 minute intervals.
Use the cut-out template to make an interactive clock face with moving hands.
This is a wonderful resource to help your child learn to tell the time from an analogue clock, and can be used for a variety of activities.For instance, you may like to try calling out times and have them show you the correct time on their clock face template.
We made it to Friday, woo woo! I sure do have the Friday feeling today. One last final push and then it will be the weekend.
I am sure you have all been working really hard this week and hopefully most of you will have learnt a new skill, telling the time!
To end the week, we have a Time Problem Solving Challenge.
There are three challenge cards included, and for each challenge you will need to use the skills you've learnt this week. Try your hardest to complete them all, I know you can do it!
Note to Parents:
These carefully designed activities take your children through a learning journey, initially ensuring they are fluent with the key concept being taught; then applying this to a range of
reasoning and problem-solving activities.
You're BRAVER than you believe,
STRONGER than you seem,
SMARTER than you think!