89 thoughts on “**Year 4 Maths – Home Learning – 12/7/21**

    • My word Tahiyan! What and excellent piece of work… I love the fact that you’ve imposed the clock images onto your paper! Good explanation for gold, that would get full marks.

    • I love the presentation and standard of work.

      You were ‘tricked’ a bit on Bronze as you have identified 12:24am as being later than the rest. It is in fact the earliest time as when it’s morning, that 12 is actually a 0 (midnight).

    • Great work and presentation Osato.

      On Gold, you have identified the ‘closest’ but think you needed to mention that Ron had got there ‘before’ that train left (departed).

    • I love the clock pictures! Well done Lillie. On gold , it could have been either of the cities that you identified but you needed to also explain that Ron had arrived just before the times.

    • Well done Afreen! Please make sure your clocks are accurate to make them clearer to read. How would you show 3.30pm in a digital 24hr clock?

    • Great work and clock pictures!

      On Gold, you have identified the ‘closest’ but think you needed to mention that Ron had got there ‘before’ that train left (departed).

    • What a magnificent piece of work Zainab, really well done you.

      You were ‘tricked’ a bit on Bronze as you have identified 12:24am as being later than the rest. It is in fact the earliest time as when it’s morning, that 12 is actually a 0 (midnight).

    • Those clocks are STUNNING! That is such as skill to draw them so precisely!

      Your explanations are excellent however I would suggest that your next step is to write them in a more concise manner.

      Less words but still getting them correct.

    • An outstanding piece of work with clear presentation Samik.

      On Gold, I think you needed to not only identify that it was ‘closest’ but that the City you wrote was the next train after the time on her watch.

      Closest could have meant she had missed the train.

    • Your rubbing out made me laugh!! You were wrong to rub out that because! That would have been an extra mark.

      Excellent work on the whole though.

    • I think you would have been better to use the online clock. Your clocks are too small to accurately draw on the hands.

      On gold, you have correctly identified the station but that would only be one mark. You needed to identify how long she would be waiting at the station.

    • Drawing lots of clocks there…

      On gold, you have correctly identified the station but that would only be one mark. You needed to identify how long she would be waiting at the station.

    • You guys just love drawing the clocks.

      You’ve been tricked on Bronze. 12:24am is in fact the earliest time of all because that 12 actually means 0 (midnight) and 24 minutes.

  1. Mrs Sanders has edited your work.

    Well done Kai! You have shown a great understanding of time but please make sure you are completing your work in your homework book and uploading a photo to the share point.

    • You need to photograph and upload the picture to the UPLOAD POINT. If you already have, please could you try again and then blog message on here?

    • Asim, the link is working for everyone else. Please try again, if you still cannot upload it then please comment and I will phone you and talk you through it.

    • Aaah! You drew the clocks! Good and concise explanation in Gold. Make sure you read the questions carefully, Bronze asked you for latest to earliest.

    • A good effort Aaminah! Please make sure you are writing one digit per box so your work in clear. How would you show midnight on a digital clock?

      • The 12-hour clock runs from 1am to 12 noon and then from 1pm to 12 midnight. The 24-hour clock uses the numbers 00:00 to 23:59 (midnight is 00:00).

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