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We've just finished time but we need to keep up the practice. At home, everyone should  regularly read the time, say what it would be in digital/analog. Also, answer questions like 'What time will it be in 15/20/30 minutes?', 'What time was it 1 hour ago?' etc.

 

Here is an interactive time game:

 

http://www.teachingtime.co.uk/clock2/clockwordsres.html 

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This past week we've been looking at rounding to the nearest ten and rounding to the nearest hundred. We're using our spare maths copy as an Examples copy so we have a clear example for every new thing we learn. This should help with both classwork and homework.  Click on the link for a game to practice rounding:

http://www.abcya.com/rounding_numbers.htm

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