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Lesson 1: Introducing Time

Introduction

 

This week in Maths, we will be learning about Time and how to tell the time on an analogue clock including o’clock, half past, quarter past and to and 5 minute intervals.

 

The first thing we would like you to do is, create a mind map all about Time.

What is Time? What do you know about time already? What can we use to find out what the time is? What types of clocks do you have around your home? How many days in a week, days in a year, months, hours in a day etc?

Today in particular, we are going to be looking at our routine. We would like you to have a discussion with a grown up at home. What is routine? Why do we have routine? Why it is important to have one? Where in life would we find routine?  What is your daily routine? Do you brush your teeth or eat your breakfast first? Do find having a routine helpful?

 

Watch the YouTube clip and think about whether this routine is similar or different to yours and how so.

My Daily Routine

Activity

Now that you are familiar with what a Daily Routine is, we would like to tell us about your daily routine by completing the table below smiley

Complete the challenge activity by adding timings.

Daily Routine Cards

Challenge Activity

Add timings to the events in your Daily Routine. E.g. wake up – quarter past 7.

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