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LO: To know clock times to the hour.


  • Describe informally the duration of events, for example, we watched TV for more than an hour

  • Begin to understand how different events take different durations of time and relate these to formal units seconds, minutes, hours, days

  • Recognise the purpose of the different hands on the clock

  • Understand how the numbers on a clock face are organised and used when telling the time

  • Use a clock to determine o’clock times

  • Match o’clock times on analogue and digital clocks

  • Understand the relationship between analogue and digital clocks