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LO: To use simple language to describe time.


  • Order own daily activities in a simple sequence and place stages of an activity in typical order

  • Use informal units such as hand claps at regular intervals to measure and describe the passage of time

  • Use the terms yesterday, today and tomorrow and can name the corresponding days

  • Know some days of the week and can relate them to events in own life

  • Know some months of the year and can relate them to events in own life

  • Recognise the continuity of time and natural cycles such as day/night and the seasons

  • Sequence the days of the week

  • Use and responds to language comparing and describing time; for example, before – now-after, longer-shorter, day-night