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Time - Telling time

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Connect days of the week to familiar events
 Introduction to time. Copy one for each child. Record what you do in the day and at night. Use pastels on the black one for night.
 Differentiate between am and pm. Brainstorm as a grade what we do in the am and the pm and then children record. Copy this page on A3.
 My Day in a cycle. Copy onto A3, this is to help establish that our day is a cycle and that each day starts with getting up and ends with going to bed.
 This is my week. Copy onto A4 and use to consolidate what we do in a week.
 My Weekly Journal. Photocopy and use one page for a week, you may wish to continue for longer than a week. Complete an entry for each day. On Monday complete the weekend.
 Cards to sequence the days of the week – six sets, copy in color and laminate. Each set is colored coded for easy pack up
Describe duration using months, weeks, days and hours
 Sequencing cards for months of the year. Color copy and laminate. Use season tags (color copy and laminate) to order the seasons and assign the correct months of the year.
 Roll and record days of the week. Copy one for each child.
 Roll and record months of the year. Copy one for each child.
 Sequence days of the week and months of the year. Copy and students cut and sequence. Collect for assessment.
 Use subject cards – color copy and laminate and outline what you do in a day. Attach to your board as an agenda for the day.
 Calendar – print on color and add information as a grade or in small groups. Copy the correct set of calendars depending on which part of the world you live in.
Describe duration using months, weeks, days and hours
 Worksheet for making links between units of time, copy one for each child.
 What can I do in a minute? Grid, copy one for each child.
Use a calendar to identify dates, days and number of days in a month
 Copy on A3 in color.
 Use these calendars to record important dates for your grade
 In small groups add the days across the top and then the dates. Use in a focus math group to ensure that the process is correct.
Tell time to the hour, half hour and five minutes
 Make a clock. Copy onto card and cut the hands out, use a split pin to attach the hands so that they move. In pairs make times and say the time on the clock.
 Copy the sheet, one for each student and draw a clock and write down what we use a clock for and what you know about telling time.
 Match analogue clocks to time and digital time. Color copy and laminate, 4 sets
 Jigsaws – color copy and laminate. Match digital time to an analogue clock – 3 colored sets.
Tell time using Analogue and Digital time and use am and pm
 Color copy, laminate and cut out the clocks and match the tasks using am or pm.
Tell time and write time to the nearest minute and measure time in intervals of minutes
 Complete the worksheet by telling the time and then recording how many minutes between the two clocks.
 Record how many minutes it would take to do certain tasks

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