Today you are going to chose the poem that you will use for your dad/ grandad or other father figures card.
Choose the poem you are going to use.
Write it out in your neatest handwriting. I have attached blank inserts for you to write on. There are two pages just in case you want to make two Father's Day cards.
When you are finished, leave it somewhere safe ready for this afternoon when you make your card.
Today we will learn about telling the time to quarter past the hour and quarter to the next hour.
We will use the clock that we made on Wednesday and also apply our knowledge of fractions to help.
Remember: On our clock face we can see minutes past the hour and minutes to the next hour.
- Get your face that you made
- Look at minutes to and minutes past.
- Explain to your adult/brother/sister when does the time change to 'to the next hour?'
- Take a closer look at your clock face. Can you see 'quarter past'? What digit is the minute hand pointing to when it is 'quarter past'
- Did you notice that when it is 'quarter past' the hour the minute hand is pointing to 3? That is because the clock has 12 digits. When we divide 12 between 4 equal parts, each part is equal to 3. One quarter of 12 is 3, so when the minute hand is pointing to 3 we say 'quarter past'
- Take a closer look at your clock face again. Can you see 'quarter to'? What digit is the minute hand pointing to when it is 'quarter to'
- Did you notice that when it is 'quarter to' the next hour the minute hand is pointing to 9? That is because the clock has 12 digits. When we divide 12 between 4 equal parts, each part is equal to 3. One quarter of 12 is 3, so when the minute hand is pointing to 9 we say have one quarter minutes left to the next hour so we say 'quarter to'
- Listen to the videos below.
Today we will making our Father's Day card.
Earlier the morning, you chose and wrote your poem for your dad. Now you are going to make your card.
- Get an A4 card or paper
- Fold it in half.
- Decide what you are going to draw or write on the front of your card. I have put a few ideas up for you. They are attached below.
- Remember write Happy Father's Day either at the front or in the inside of your card.
- Glue your poem that you have written on the inside of your card.
- Hide your card so that your dad/grandad/father figure can't find it.
- On Sunday, give your card to your dad/grandad/father figure.