Today we are looking at months and years (including leap years). For both activities today access to a calendar will help. I will provide an image of one to use on the slides, however, if you have one at home either a physical one or one on a tablet/laptop please use this to help answer the questions. The final activity is differentiated for each maths set, I explain them individually in the video. You can fast forward until you find your set and write your answers straight into your work book/piece of paper. I have also provided the work sheets below along with an example of a calendar too.
14/1/21 - Maths sheets for all sets and example calendar
Today we are beginning with a recap of some time facts, which will help us with lessons later on in the week! You can answer the questions from the slides straight into your home learning book/piece of paper. The main lesson is about quarter to and quarter past the hour, twice throughout the lesson there is a chance to use the interactive clock to help your understanding and have a go at forming the times on the clock. Use as much time as you need on the website to familiarise yourself with quarter to/past. Below is the link:
The tasks are all on the video, differentiated for each maths set. You can fast forward the video to your maths set work sheets whilst I explain them all individually, then pause the video and have a go at answering straight into your home learning book/piece of paper. I have also attached the sheets if you wish to print them.
Today we are starting our new topic.... which is.... TIME! We will be focusing on o'clock and half past as a recap to remind ourselves of the key principles of time. There is a starter activity, which can be written down in your home learning book or on a piece of paper. The first activity in the lesson will require you to use an interactive clock on the following website:
Then I will go through the differentiated sheets for each group (please fast forward the video until I reach your group), where I will explain each task. You can pause the video when the screen is on your worksheet and answer straight into your home learning book/piece of paper. Or you can just look at/print the sheets which I will attach after the video rather than listening to the end of the video.
Hit the button starter link - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
Today we are looking at interpreting data from a table. We will go through a couple of examples before I explain what each maths set is doing. Please do fast forward to video if you need until you reach the questions for your child's set, where you can pause the video to have a go. I will go through the answers after too. Alternatively, I will attach the work sheets after the video if you wish to print them or read them from the screen instead of watching the end of the video.
You will need a pencil and your home learning book/a piece of paper to complete the questions.
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