﻿ Week commencing 27th April | St Luke's C of E Primary School

# Week commencing 27th April

Activity 1 Maths

• Please do at least 10 minutes practice on Times Tables Rock stars - the link is on the main class page under Maths.

• 5 A Day! Use a 12 x 12 times table grid if you need to!

1. 785  + 6311 + 37 =
2. 8942 -  5618
3. 455 ÷ 5 =
4. 89 x 6 =
5. 7000 – 5891 =

## "Time" is our new Maths unit!

We are beginning a new unit on time. We will be investigating how long a second, minute and hour is as well as learning to tell the time and solving time problems. Some of you may already be able to tell the time so you will be able to concentrate on the 24 hour clock and time problems.

Main Activity 1 Maths

Watch this video clip:

After you have watched the video, please answer the following questions/do the following challenges:

1.  What can you do in 1 second? Name at least 4 things.

2.  Other than elephants, are they any other animals that could be used which take as long to say? Could I use cats for example?

3. Using: 'one elephant', 'two elephants' etc, do at least 5 different activities and count the number of seconds that they take to do. Please make each of them less than 60 seconds!

E.g. It takes me 10 seconds to do 10 star jumps.

It takes 37 seconds for me to walk 8 times from my kitchen to my room.

Have a go at these. Please try to convert the following into seconds:

1. 1 minute
2. Half a minute
3. 2 minutes
4. 5 and a half minutes
5. 10 minutes
6. 20 minutes

Activity 2 Maths

•  Please do at least 10 minutes practice on Times Tables Rock stars - the link is on the main class page under Maths.

• 5 A Day! Use a 12 x 12 times table grid if you need to!

1. 4821 + 58 + 271 =
2. 6754  -  4572 =
3. 225 ÷ 3 =
4. 36 x 7 =
5. Write 3¾  as an improper fraction

Main Activity 2 Maths

Watch this video clip:

After you have watched the video, please answer the following questions/do the following challenges:

1. Ask someone to time you whilst you estimate 1 minute by counting up to ’60 elephants’. How close were you? Try is again later in the session and see if you are closer the second time!!

2.  Ask someone in your house to help you to find your pulse. Use a timer to work out how many times your pulse beats in 1 minute. Now, jump up and down for 1 minute and then count your heart beats again! How did it change? Why?

3. Think about some time-related phrases that get used such as: just a second, in a minute, it took hours etc. Are these always accurately used? Can you explain what people mean?

4. Like Sabrina in the video, imagine that you are entering a competition to see how many words it was possible to recite/sing/rap in one minute! Get a timer or a clock with a second hand and take up the challenge!!

Have a go. Please try to convert the following into minutes:

1. 60 seconds
2. 120 seconds
3. 240 seconds
4. 1 hour
5. 2 hours
6. 5 hours

Activity 3 Maths

• Please do at least 10 minutes practice on Times Tables Rock stars - the link is on the main class page under Maths.

• 5 A Day! Use a 12 x 12 times table grid if you need to!

1. 3457 + 7828 =
2. 9473  - 5752 =
3. 252 ÷ 3 =
4. 89 x 6 =
5. Write 4 ¾ as an improper fraction

Main Activity 3 Maths

## A poem to help you to learn how many days are in each month.

Time and Calendars

1. Read the poem above several times and try to learn it. Thinking about our work yesterday, how many times can you say it in 1 minute?

2. Write all of the months of the year out spelling them correctly and write how many days are in the month next to each month. Each month starts with a capital letter.

3. How many days are in a week? Write all of the days of the week out spelling them correctly. Each day of the week starts with a capital letter.

4. Find out the answers to the following questions/ complete the sentences.
1. There are ________seconds in 1 minute.
2. There are ________minutes in 1 hour.
3. There are ________hours in 1 day.
4. There are _______months in a year.
5. There are __________days in a year.
6. There are _______weeks in a year.

5. Have a go at these questions. They get harder! Do column addition or use other methods   to solve these!!

a. How many hours are in 2 days?______________

b. How many hours are in 3 days?______________
c. How many months are in 4 years?_____________
d. How many months are in 10 years?____________

e. How many days are in 2 years?______________

f. How many days are in 4 years?_____________

g. How many days are in 10 years?____________

Challenge!!

How old are you? _________years, _________months, _______days, (____hours)?

Can you convert that in to days? Ignore the hours if you did that bit!

I.e. How old are you in days? Don’t forget to check how many days the months have that you need to count on from your birthday!!

Maths Activity 4

• Please do at least 10 minutes practice on Times Tables Rock stars - the link is on the main class page under Maths.

• 5 A Day! Use a 12 x 12 times table grid if you need to!

1. 8957 + 423 + 19 =
2. 6893  -4752 =
3. 288 ÷ 4 =
4. 75 x 3 =
5. 3000 – 1782 =

Main Maths Activity

For the rest of the week, we are going to be looking at telling the time. You will all be at very different stages with this which makes it a bit tricky!! Some of you might be able to tell the time to 1 minute, in digital and using the 24 hour clock, whereas some of you might be just starting! The handy thing is that our parents and older siblings will be able to help!

## Telling the time in analogue to 5 minutes

This girl is great! Watch this video to recap telling the time in analogue to 5 minutes. Please get permission from your parents before watching You tube. Children should be supervised whilst watching You tube.

After you have watched the video, please choose one of the games to play and then complete one of the time worksheets depending how confident you feel!

## Game - Time to hour, quarter and half hour MILD

After you have completed the game that you have chosen, please write a time diary for yourself and ensure that they match the clock. See the websites below to help you to put your clock hands in the correct position. If you can write the time in digital, then please do that too.

E.g.  1. At ten minutes past 8, I get up and have my shower.

## Complete these and add a description about what you do at that time. Use a wide variety of 'past' and 'to' times! E.g. 1. At ten minutes past 8, I get up and have my shower.

Maths Activity 5

• Please do at least 10 minutes practice on Times Tables Rock stars -  the link is on the main class page under maths.

• 5 A Day! Use a 12 x 12 times table grid if you need to!

1. 482 + 38 + 7998 =
2. 3906  - 3252 =
3. 785 ÷ 5 =
4. 56 x 4 =
5. 3474 ÷ 6 =

## Telling the time in analogue to 1 minute

This is the same girl as yesterday! Today, she is teaching us to tell the time to 1 minute. Please get permission from your parents before watching You tube. Children should be supervised whilst watching You tube.

1. Practise telling the time with your family to 1 minute and 5 minutes. Use every opportunity to look at a clock and try to tell the time!

1. Can you make up your own game to test your classmates’ knowledge of telling the time to the nearest 5 minutes or 1 minute?