Tuesday Maths

.Today when you are working at your Desks you will be doing these tasks: 1. You need to click on Maths Dictionary for Kids (on righthand sidebar) – then click on T for Time.  You need to write down 6 maths time facts on a piece of paper.  Then have a look around at 12 hour clock and 24 hour clock to learn more about time.

2. Then click on times tables and test yourself and record your scores.  Do your x2, x3, x5 and x10 before you test yourself on other times tables.  Challenge yourselves to do better and beat your own score!   🙂

3. Fast Finishers: click on Maths Tools – Telling Time Sqworl and do a few test runs to tell the time correctly on Bang On Time!

Mrs Veary 🙂

CAN YOU TELL THE TIME BOTH WAYS?

These two activities are great ways to learn to tell the time. [look for the ‘hand‘ and ‘click here to start’]

1. TELLING TIME PRACTICE – drag the hands of the clock to tell the time

2. BANG ON TIME – stop the clock when it tells the time correctly

Keep practising at home until you can tell the time correctly on the clock face (This is called the analogue time).  🙂

3. DIGITAL TIME – test yourself to see if you can tell the time on the clock as digital time [Go to Teachers Toolkit and choose 12 HOUR CLOCK]

THURSDAY MATHS

In Rotating Groups today the computer group will need to practise telling the time and volume (measuring the space inside a closed shape).

Have a go at all of these games.  Try to beat your own score with the clocks. 

TIME:  This is the clock we’ve been practising on using the SmartBoard.  It’s called BANG ON TIME. http://resources.oswego.org/games/BangOnTime/clockwordres.html 

Pull the hands of the clock to the correct times and check your score.  http://www.worsleyschool.net/socialarts/telling/time.html

VOLUME: Try to work out how many cubes will fill the entire box.  Then put them in and see if you were right. http://illuminations.nctm.org/ActivityDetail.aspx?ID=6

MATHS GAMES

Click on these links to practise your Maths skills while having fun.

This site uses a clever numberline to help you find your number – getting bigger and bigger as you go. http://www.oup.com.au/__data/assets/file/0019/154045/Numberline.swf 

TIME:  This is the clock we’ve been practising on using the SmartBoard.  It’s called BANG ON TIME. http://resources.oswego.org/games/BangOnTime/clockwordres.html 

Pull the hands of the clock to the correct times and check your score.  http://www.worsleyschool.net/socialarts/telling/time.html