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Reading and writing the time to o'clock.

Hello everybody, it's Miss Sidhu here and we've got some wonderful maths today, and we're learning all about time.

In this lesson you will be reading and telling the time to o'clock.

Now, let's get started.

In today's lesson, we are going to be looking at understanding what o'clock means, beginning to tell the time to o'clock, an independent task and an end of lesson quiz to see everything that we have learnt.

In today's lesson, you will need a pencil and a paper and a clock.

Oh let's start the lesson by recapping all of the activities that "Little Red Riding Hood" did one morning.

Hmm, what is the first thing that she had to do? Let's use our brains and try to remember.

So what's the first thing that she had to do? Having a look at the pictures, can you point to the picture that you think she did first? That's right, great work.

I can hear your brains ticking along, and you're right.

The first thing that she did was say goodbye to her mom as she set off to go to her grandma's house.

Now let's take a closer look at this image.

Here we have a clock on the wall, but we don't know what time it says.

Our job in this lesson is to read the o'clock times on the clocks.

So here we've got the time.

Hmm, now let's look at our clock carefully.

Here I have a clock.

When it is o'clock the minute hand which is the long hand here, is on 12 and the hour hand which is the red one here is on one of the numbers, is on the hour.

So at the time now, it is one o'clock because the hour hand is on one, and the minute hand is on 12 so it's one o'clock.

And now if I change my time, go all the way round and then it stops again.

The minute hand is on 12, the hour hand is on two.

So now it is two o'clock.

Let's keep going round, and the time now is three o'clock.

And now it is four o'clock.

Let's keep going round.

The time is now, can you say the time for me? Five o'clock.

If you've got a clock at home you can try this yourself as well.

Now we're going to go round, all the way round.

Six o'clock.

Let's do the next one, going all the way round, it stops at 12, seven o'clock.

And now we're going to go all the way round.

Eight o'clock.

What do you think the next time is going to be when the minute hand is on 12 and the hour hand is on nine? Super, nine o'clock.

Then we're going to go all the way round again.

And the time is now 10 o'clock.

The time now is 11 o'clock.

I'm going to do one more going all the way round the clock.

And the time is now 12 o'clock.

Good job everybody, we're turning the time to o'clock.

Now here I've got another clock.

What time do you think it is now? Super, four o'clock.

This time we need to use a sentence frame to help us to tell the time to o'clock and then check if we are correct.

Now.

What time is the clock showing? So the minute hand is on 12 and the hour hand is on seven.

So what time is the clock face showing? Okay, let's use a sentence to help us.

I know it is seven o'clock because the hour hand is pointing to seven.

And the minute hand is pointing straight up.

So remember it's pointing at seven, so it's seven o'clock.

Good job everybody.

Now let's see the next one.

Hmm, let's see the time now.

I have another clock face.

What time does the clock face show? Let's use this sentence to help us.

I know that it is three o'clock because the hour hand is pointing at the three, and the minute hand is going all the way to the 12, it's pointing straight up.

So I know that it is three o'clock because the hour hand is pointing at the three, and the minute hand is pointing straight up.

Great work everybody, thank you for helping me to tell me the time.

Hmm, if you have a clock at home, you can use it to check and you can use it to tell the time, but make sure you ask an adult first then you can have go at making these times too.

Remember the minute hand is the big hand and the hour hand is the small hand.

On this clock the minute hand is the blue hand and the hour hand is the red hand.

What time is the clock showing? So having a think.

What time is the clock showing? So it's something o'clock.

Can you say it nice and loud for me? So what time is the clock face showing? Four o'clock because the hour hand is pointing to the four, four o'clock.

Great work, let's see if we can try another one.

Let's try another one, the minute hand is pointing to the 12 which means it's another o'clock.

Wow, and this one the hour hand is pointing to the six.

So what time is the clock face showing? So having a think.

What time is the clock face showing? Can you shout it out? Excellent work, it's showing six o'clock.

And when we are writing six o'clock we write it like this.

So six o'clock.

For the independent task today, I want you to write the times in o'clock.

So thinking about when "Little Red Riding Hood." She has her lunch at, looking at the time, she goes to bed at and she eats her dinner at.

So using the clocks, you might want to use the clocks that you've got at home to help you.

I want you to pause the video to complete your task and once you finish you can resume once you've finished your independent task.