CLOCK CLOCK CLOCK


How often have you heard me use the words CLOCKWISE and ANTI-CLOCKWISE in the classroom when I’m asking for your answers? Too often maybe. Yet, I smile when I still see some of you using  your fingers to draw a clock in the air or looking at watches to work out who’s turn it is to answer.

Let’s now add some more clocks to our collection and put them all in one sentence.


The bus, which travels around the city in a CLOCKWISE direction, operates ROUND THE CLOCK and runs like CLOCKWORK.


What do these clock words/phrases mean? Answers in the comments box below.

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