# Can you read these numbers?. Very good ! Very good !

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Can you read these numbers?. Very good ! Very good !

Where can you see these numbers? From a calendar From a calendar a calculator, a calculator, a mobile phone, a mobile phone, a clock! a clock!

Look at this clock, can you make it at seven oclock? Its seven oclock. :Whats the time, please? :Its four oclock. 12 6 9 3 111 2 5 4 8 7 10

Action: Action: A: LISTEN TO THE CLOCK, A: LISTEN TO THE CLOCK, tick tock, tick tock … / / 90 / / 90 THE OTHERS: ITS THREE OCLOCK.

Clocks measure time. Clocks measure time. Listen! Time is flying! time time

get up

school go to

have lunch

go home

watch TV

go to bed

up up up I get up. school school school I go to school. home home home I go home. lunch lunch lunch I havelunch. bed bed bed I go to bed. TV TV TV I watch TV. Chant

I get up at seven oclock. :

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I go to school at eight o clock.

I watch TV at six oclock. 6 12 9 3

I have lunch at twelve oclock.

I go to bed at nine o clock.

Game:

A child was chosen as Mr Wolf. He faced a wall and the others started from an opposite wall. As they advanced, they said "What's the time, Mr Wolf?" He could answer, "One o'clock"' and the children advanced again and asked the time. He answered again possibly this time, "Four o'clock". This may have occurred several times, but then the wolf would suddenly turn and call out, "Dinner time!" He rushed after the other children and attempted to grab one. If he succeeded, that child became Mr Wolf

HOMEWORK: 1. 1. 2. 2.

Thank you, bye-bye! bye-bye!