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Monday 11th May 2020

For today, we would like you to look at the clock face below.  What can you tell us about it? What time is it?  What are the features on the clock?

 

You can write a list, draw a mind map, or even draw/make your own clocks to show what time it is!

Tuesday 12th May 2020

Today we would like you to go on a scavenger hunt!  Have a look where you live.  How many clocks are there?  Is there a certain room which has more than one?  If you go for a walk, are there any clocks on display?

 

There are a few ideas below.  Make a list of how many clocks you can find and whether they are analogue or digital. What time are they displaying?

Wednesday 13th May

Today, we would like you to create your own timetable!  There are a few examples below and it is up to you whether you use the 12 hour clock, 24 hour clock, analogue or digital.  You can create it from when you wake up and include all the activities that you got up to!

 

There are a few examples below but you can choose to show your timetable however you would like.  I may even complete and post my timetable up later!

Thursday 14th May 

We hope you enjoyed yesterday's task of creating your own timetable.  Today we want to build on that a little further.  Below is a a timetable for a footballer which requires you to fill in the gaps by writing the time in words.  There are 3 different timetables so choose the one that is challenging for you!  The answers are on the last page.

 

You can also create a timetable for somebody else.  It could be a member of your family, a friend, or even a pet!  You could imagine somebody such as a doctor, firefighter or superhero!  What would their day look like?  Be creative smiley

Friday 15th May 

It is Friday so I have been waiting all week to set this next task.  As you have done such a wonderful job of finding clocks, writing down the time and creating timetables, we thought it would be a good idea to design your own clock!  You can draw one or even make one using whatever materials you can!

Below are a few examples and it would be great to see what they look like :-)

 

 

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