Click on the button. Listen to the back story of "Where it all began..." to find out more about Hugo, Felicity and their puppy Oi! On each page there is a different maths problem based on time. Listen to and follow the instructions given on each page. Solve the maths problems using the tool or the tool. Once you have completed all of the problems click on to submit your work to your journal.
This task is all based on time; ordering days of the week and months of the year, reading digital, analogue and 24 hour time, converting time and ordering it, fractions of time, and learning how to tell the time in a different language (Te Reo Māori (New Zealand)). This task was originally created as an interactive task shared through the link: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/e/2PACX-1vQXc3FGSBvtgR9lVTm363TXQ6yiJwDgoXvVfTCUww5wo9HYmpH4uf0Pq7sSAQWVLNNF6486I6EqE68S/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000 The answer sheet for this interactive activity was found at https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/18cw2KwxUeUYgmKsf_W3h-ltjpc_z4dSlHo2V6I7BWIk/copy Answers: Task 1 - Months of the Year and Days of the Week in order; Task 2 - Friday; Task 3 - check using the link given the date that the children complete the task; Task 4 - 425, 261, 760 if older - 425,259,840 if younger; Task 5 - 5:10am, 0735 hours, quarter past 8 in the morning, 12:20pm, 1300 hours, 4:30pm, 1740 hours, quarter to 10 at night.; Task 6 - In 2021 they would be 12 1/4; Task 7 - 1/365, 259200 seconds, 7200 mins, 144 hours, 7 days; Task 8 - Tekau ma waru meneti i te whā karaka