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Add 2 two-digit numbers together. For example 21 + 33=, 34 + 22 =, 44 + 60=, 67 + 21=, 45 + 33=, 77 + 12=, 91 + 11=, 48 + 10=. Challenge, True or False, is 77 + 33 = 100

 

You are going to be learning about time. Draw round something circular eg a plate/bowl/cup to make a clock face.  Write the numbers on at the correct intervals (copy from a clock in your house). Then make 2 hands to go on your clock, a big one and a little one.  Cut these out ready to place on your clock. 

 

What do you already know about time? Recap o’clock and half past, using the clock that you made (half past 1, 12 o’clock). Make sure the hands are in the correct place.

 

Write a diary of your day, thinking about o’clock and half past (for example, half past 7- woke up, 8 o’clock eat breakfast).

 

Use your clock that you have made. You are going to learn quarter to the hour. Place the big hand on number 9, this means quarter to the hour. Place the small towards number 10. This is quarter to ten. Now have a go at finding quarter to 12, 3, 6, 11, 1, 4, 5, 2, 7, 9, 8.

 

Complete the problem solving online game- https://nrich.maths.org/9026

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