Part of this terms Maths work is to develop our skills in telling the time.  This week we have been looking at a range of ways to tell the time – analogue and digital clocks and also looking at clocks which have Roman Numerals around the clock face.

We spent some time on the laptops, working with a partner, to match analogue and digital times and trying to beat the time in which we could do this.  Our second task was to play a game called stop the clock.  We had to press the button to stop the time as near to the actual time as possible.  The closer we were the higher the points we got.  This became quite a competitive game between different pairs in our classroom.

We still need lots of practice with these skills so here are the links to the games we have been using:

http://resources.oswego.org/games/stoptheclock/sthec2.html

http://resources.oswego.org/games/BangOnTime/clockwordres.html

 

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