Monday 7th June – Maths

Time – Duration (Minutes)

I am learning to understand that 1 minute is the same as 60 seconds.

I know I can do it when I have completed activities that last 1 minute.

This week we will be looking at time in a variety of different ways. Today’s focus will be to develop our understanding that 60 seconds is the same amount of time as 1 minute.

Independent Task

What sorts of things can you do in 60 seconds?

Brainstorm/write a list of activities that you can complete around your house in about 60 seconds. Some examples might include: getting dressed, washing your hands, running to your letterbox and back.

Once you have written your list, test it out!

Using a stopwatch, write down the time it took you to complete each task on your list. For example: it took me 33 seconds to run to the letterbox and back.

Monday 7th June – Literacy

Writing a Procedural Text

I am learning to construct a procedural text about a familiar experience.

I know I can do it when I can draw, write and explain the steps that I took.

This week we are learning to write a procedural text. A procedural text teaches your audience how to complete a certain task. We can do this by drawing, writing or filming ourselves and talking through each of the steps.

Watch the video below to learn more about procedural texts.

Independent Task

How to make a delicious sandwich.

On your own (without mum or dad’s help), make yourself a delicious sandwich. What will you put in your sandwich?

Draw each of the different steps that you followed to make your sandwich.


Your teacher has set some Reading Eggs activities for you to have a go at this week.