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Here is an outline of your work for this week.

In maths, we are moving on to ‘Time’ rather than go straight back into our second unit of fractions – after we have completed time, I will go back to fractions where we start learning to add and subtract fractions (easier than it sounds!).

 

In case you are wondering how this fits in with our normal long term plan, part two of fractions normally follows on after your Easter break and then time– but I did think you may be getting a little weary of fractions so have simply swapped them over.

 

I have included the usual PowerPoints – I hope you are finding them fairly straightforward to use – and of course the answers.

 

In this unit we are going to be learning:

  • About hours, days, months and years
  • How to estimate time
  • To tell time to the nearest minute
  • To calculate start and end times
  • How to solve time problems
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Key vocabulary you will need to know

month              year                 midnight                      midday                        am and pm

            duration           estimate                       consecutive                 hour                 minute

past                  to                     start                 end                  digital              analogue
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