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The focus this week is 'telling the time'. We look at analogue time in Year 2. Start by looking at the PowerPoints and knowledge organiser to remind you of the work we have completed at school, then have a go at the daily activities. 

**Many of you have been working on o'clock, half past, quarter to and quarter past at school. It's important that you are really confident with these times first. Only move on to the 5 minute intervals when you are ready.smiley

11.5.20 and 12.5.20

L.O.: To read analogue time

View the above documents and try some of the worksheets below. You can choose your level of challenge and pick out appropriate questions. Don't worry as much about drawing the times, especially if you can't print the sheets. You may want to look at o'clock and half past on day 1, then quarter past and quarter to on day 2 or maybe all of those on day 1, then 5 minute intervals on day 2. 

Extra tasks: See how many analogue clocks you can find at home! Can you read the time at different points throughout the day? When you read the time, can you work out the time an hour earlier and an hour later? You could also play our 'Guess the Minute' game - ask someone at home to time a minute and see if you can guess when the 60 seconds are over!


L.O.: To order analogue time

View the document below as a starting point, then create your own daily timetable. You may want to do one for a weekday and one for a weekend. You could list the times and activities in your book and draw pictures to make your work look more exciting. Choose how much you challenge yourself by deciding whether the times are o'clock, half past, quarter to, quarter past or in 5 minute intervals.

(You can create your timetable for a typical day at the moment or think back to when things were a bit more normal!)

14.5.20 and 15.5.20

L.O.: To complete time problems

View the poster then have a go at the problems - try a selection each day. You could also create your own time problems.