Good morning Primary 1 we hope that you are all safe and well. We have loved seeing all of your hard work on Twitter. It really does make us smile. It is our last week of learning to tell the time. So far we have covered-

Days of the week , months of the year, seasons, calendars and o’clock times.

Today’s challenges are….

To create a sun dial. 

Put the stick or pencil in the ground, or in a large piece of modeling clay, if your space is on a concrete or wooden surface. Observe the stick’s shadow carefully over the course of the day. Add a stone to your sundial for each hour, from sunup to sundown. Mark the exact spot where the shadow falls each hour.

To create your very own watch to tell o’clock times.

Design then create your own watch. Then use your watch to tell different o’clock times through out the day.

Time Challenge- What can yo do in 1 minute?

How many star jumps can you do?

How many knees up can you do?

How many times can you touch your toes?

How many times can you run up and down the garden?

Time is a tricky concept and will take lots and lots of practise so take it a step at a time. We cant wait to see all of your learning. 

 

 

 

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