Monday 1st June
You can access a teaching clock on top marks.co.uk
You can make a clock using an interactive clockface
template from twinkle.co.uk
Where does the minute (longhand) go for an o'clock?
What does the hour (shorthand) tell us?
How many minutes in one hour?
How many seconds in a minute?
How many hours in a day?
Can you draw a clock face?
Draw around a circle, put in the 12. 6. 3. 9
Fill in the other numbers.
Complete some o'clock times on the faces.
Hot Weather News
What have you been doing in this sunny weather?
Write some sentences and draw a picture.
Make some ice lollies.
Draw a map of your latest walk.
What pictures can you see? Draw the different cloud
Tuesday 2nd June
Where will the minute (longhand) point?
Where will you put the hour hand (shorthand)?
Remember it should point just past the number.
Practise drawing some clock faces, drawing the hands
in the correct places to show half-pasts.
How are you doing with your high-frequency words?
How many can you read? Write?
Write some sentences using these high-frequency
Turn off indoor sounds, open the window, close your
eyes and listen carefully.
What can you hear? Birds? Can you re-create the
What would the sounds look like if they were written
down? Or drew them?
Write about (or draw) the nature you can see through
Play 'I Spy through the window'
Go into your garden or a park. Gather some materials
that you think will help you to make a face!
Eg: leaves, twigs, grass. Take a photo and send it to
Wednesday 3rd June
Draw out 8 clock faces. Draw the hands on the clocks
to show these times:
7.00. 10.00. 5.00. 12.00. 6.30. 9.30
These times are written as they would look on a
Make sure the minute hand touches the twelve or the
six. Make sure the hour hand points to the hour
(o'clocks) or just past the hour (half pasts).
What is social distancing? Why do we do it? What
does it mean? Talk about it.
Why is it important to wash our hands often?
Can you make a safety poster?
Maths Nature Hunt
Can you find natural objects that represent a number?
Using natural objects (eg: stones, twigs or leaves) can
you make different 2D shapes? Circles? Squares?
Triangles? Can you make a Pentagon?
Using different natural materials can you create your
own repeating pattern?
What would come next in your sequence?
What would the tenth object be?
Thursday 4th June
What can you do in one minute?
Ask someone to time you.
How many claps? Jumps? Star jumps? Cartwheels?
How many times can you write your name in a minute?
How many words can you read in a minute?
Can you think of different things to do in one minute?
Our new topic this half-term is 'Kings and Castles'
Create a mind-map showing everything you already
know. To do this write the word 'Castles' in a bubble
in the middle of a sheet of paper and write what you
already know around the bubble.
Practise writing questions. What would you like to find
out about Kings and Castles?
Use each of these words in a different question:
Who? What? When? Where? Which? Why? How?
Don't forget question sentences end in a question
mark, not a fullstop.
Watch mini music makers episode 4 on You Tube
Have you got a tape measure or ruler?
Go around your house and find six things to measure
in centimetres or metres. Draw them and label them
with your measurement. Use the abbreviation cos or
Have you got some toy model animals?
Put them on a piece of paper where the sun casts the
shadow of the animal onto the paper. Draw around the
outline of the shadow.
Friday 5th June
Draw some clock faces. Using o'clocks and half-pasts
show some important times in your day.
What time do you get up?
What time do you have breakfast or lunch or tea?
What time do you start school?
What time do you go to bed?
How many Stories or films do you know with castles in
How many stories do you know with kings or queens in
Write down the titles. Share one of these stories
with someone at home.
Can you read some of it, or all of it?
Practise reading it aloud.
Play a board game chosen by a family member.
Using a Lego brick to print by dipping it into paint,
can you create a castle?
Find out something new about castles.