By the time they reach Year Four, students of KS2 Maths will have a good understanding of the basic units of time - knowing the number of seconds in a minute or days in a weeks etc. - and will now be introduced to decades and centuries. As well as knowing the 12 months of the year and their correct order, children in Year Four should also know the number of days in each month. In addition, they will still be expected to write the time in digital or analogue format and to choose the correct unit of time to measure the duration different events.
Days, months and years are all units of time. Do you know the number of days in each month? There is a rhyme which might help you:
Thirty days hath September, April, June, and November,
All the rest have 31, except for February alone,
It has 28 each year, but 29 in each leap year.
Have fun playing this quiz all about time.
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