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Penny Thompson

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Clock Race Game

WALT read an analogue clock. This is a game for two or more players. If you do not have a partner, look at the 'One Player Option' below these instructions. You will need: - A model clock (the one you made, a learning clock or https://toytheater.com/clock/ ) - A six sided die or https://toytheater.com/dice/ 1- Decide whether you will play Level One or Level Two. Level One helps you practise telling the time to five minutes while Level Two is more of a challenge because you practise telling the time to the minute. 2- Set your clock to any O'CLOCK time. The minute hand must be pointing to 12 and the hour hand must point exactly to any number. 3- On your turn, roll the die. Move the minute hand forward or backwards the number of minutes shown on the key. SAY THE TIME AT THE END OF YOUR TURN. Use the language we've been practising this week, for example "Twenty five past two", "Twenty to three" etc. 4- Take turns rolling, moving the clock hands and saying the time. The winner is the first person to have their clock say another o'clock time. IF YOU ARE PLAYING WITH A PARTNER THERE IS NO NEED TO RESPOND TO THIS ACTIVITY. ONE PLAYER OPTION 1- Decide whether you will play Level One or Level Two. 2- Set your clock to any o'clock time. 3- Roll the die. Move the minute hand forward or backwards the number of minutes shown on the key. 4- After each turn, type the time in words on page three. Use the language we've been practising this week, for example "Twenty five past two", "Twenty to three" etc. 5- Stop when your clock says an O'CLOCK time.

3rd Grade, Math
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