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Tuesday 19th May

 

Time to warm up our brains!

Today we will be looking at finding the duration of something, e.g. a t.v. programme, a lesson or a journey. This is a concept that will be new to the children. Using a number line will help them to calculate the duration as using the column addition or subtraction method will not work for time.

When using a number line, it can be easier to go to the next half or hour mark first, e.g. find the difference between 10:20 and 11:30:

                 

                  10 mins                          1 hour

10:20 ---------10:30-----------------11:30

10 mins + 1 hour = 1 hour and 10 minutes

Below is an example of how to use a number line to calculate the duration of something. Practise finding the duration of the other two programmes.

Choose which level (1 star, 2 stars or 3 stars) you would like to do and complete in your maths book.

Recap how to punctuate direct speech again using the SuperMovers video below.

Now choose one of these pictures to write a dialgoue for. Remember all the rules for punctuating direct speech!

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