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Reading and writing the time o'clock.

Hello everybody, it's Miss.

Sidhu here.

And we're going to do some great math today.

We're going to be using lots of clocks today to tell the time.

In this lesson today, you'll be reading and writing, and telling the time two o'clock.

Now, let's get started.

In this lesson today, we're going to be looking at understanding what o'clock means, reading the time for o'clock, independent task and an end of lesson quiz to see everything that we have learnt.

Welcome to today's lesson.

In this lesson, you will need a pencil and a paper.

And a clock if you have one.

You can even make your own clock yourself.

Now, during this lesson, you may need to pause the video to have a go at some of the activities yourself.

Now, let's get Started.

Let's recap the months of the year.

I thought it would be good to recap them.

At the start of the lesson, you can join in with me if you can.

Now, let's sing our song together.

♪ January, February, March and April, ♪ ♪ May, June, July and August, September, ♪ ♪ October, November, December, ♪ ♪ these are the months of the year.

♪ ♪ 12 months, Oh yeah.

♪ Good job.

Now let's see what we've got in store today for our clocks and telling the time.

Let's have a look at these clocks.

What is the same? And what is different? I want you to pause the video and have a look.

Pause and freeze, macaroni cheese.

How did you get on? Did you find out what is different on the clock faces? I think the hour hands are different but the minute hands are the same.

I think this, because the hour hands are pointing to the seven on one clock face, and nine on the other clock face.

But the minute hands are both pointing to 12.

The first clock says, seven o'clock.

And the second clock says, nine o'clock.

Did you get the same as me? Good job.

Here, we are going to be looking at some other clock faces, and you're going to help me to tell their time.

Here, I've got a clock.

And this clock, says, one o'clock, because the hour hand is pointing to one and the minute hand is pointing to 12.

One o'clock.

Now, what do you think this time is going to be? Can you tell the time on the clock face? Can you shout it out? Super, 10 o'clock, because the hour hand is pointing to 10 and the minute hand is pointing to 12.

10 o'clock.

What about this one? Can you shout out the time? I like that you're all thinking carefully and looking at the numbers.

Super, the time is five o'clock.

I like that you're already using all of our brains already this morning.

All this afternoon.

Now, here we have a blank clock face.

The time which is next to the clock says, eight o'clock.

Our task is to draw the hands on the clock to show eight o'clock.

We need the minute hand, which remember is the long hand and on our clock it is blue.

For the clock to reach o'clock, it needs to be pointing to the number 12, which indicates it as an o'clock time.

As we are trying to make eight o'clock, the our hand needs to point to the number eight.

Now we have drawn the hands on the clock face to show eight o'clock.

Now, let's try another one.

Okay, here we have another blank face.

What does the time say here? Can you all read this time nice and loud so I can hear you? Great work, it says six o'clock.

Now we know what time we need to make on the clock face.

We need to place the minute and the hour hand in the correct place.

Remember, the minute hand needs to point to the 12 when the clock is reading o'clock.

If we're making six o'clock, which number on the clock does the hour hand need to point to? Can you say it nice and loud? Can you point to the number? I definitely heard lots of you telling me the number six.

Good job.

Which means the hour hand needs to point to the number six like this.

Well done everyone.

You have been amazing at reading the time.

And then draw the clock hands to show that time.

Remember the minute hand is longer than the hour hand.

So Little Red Riding Hood, she does her homework at four o'clock.

So you need to draw the hands to show four o'clock.

She reads her book at two o'clock.

She goes swimming at three o'clock.

Remember the minute hand is longer than the hour hand.

I want you to pause the video to complete your task, and then resume once you have finished.

Great work today.

So, here we have our clock facing showing, four o'clock.

And then we've got Little Red Riding Hood, she reads her book at two o'clock, with the hour hand pointing at two.

And she goes swimming at three o'clock.

And the hour hand is pointing at three.

How did you get on? Good work with telling the time today, and writing the o'clocks on the clock faces.

Now, I want you to share your work with Oak National if you can.