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Week Beginning 29th June: Lesson schedule (BBC)

Use these activities below alongside the daily BBC Bitesize lessons. These are of great quality and cover lots across the Y2 curriculum. This week's lessons can be found on the link below and cover the following topics:

  • Monday - Measuring using grams
  • Tuesday - Measuring using kilograms
  • Wednesday - Comparing Volume
  • Thursday - Measuring in millilitres
  • Friday - Challenge

Week Beginning 1st June: Daily Activities

Use for above reasoning paper practise question
Use for above reasoning paper with no questions

Week beginning 11/05/20

Week Beginning 20/4/20

Brand new resource for Emmaus Yr2 Children for maths has been added above - revising concepts with a codebreaker game included!

Join the #MathsParty!

White Rose is a great resource providing support for teaching of all maths topics which are based on your child's age group/year group.

Try their #mathsparty - each day they are presenting new maths problems with some real-life examples for parents and children to try and incorporate into their day. Many of these topics will be around place value and the four mathematical operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication & division) which are basic skills that children need consistent practise in.

Their problems are a great way to practise basic skills! 

Place value ideas

Part - Part - Whole diagrams like this picture on the left, are a great way to show understanding of addition. For example for the picture above:

6 + 4 = 10

4 + 6 = 10

10 - 6 = 4

10 - 4 = 6

Try this with some trickier numbers and use practical things around the house for your diagrams! The children are used to showing a number in different ways by drawing it, writing it in words etc. Have a go at partitioning numbers into tens and ones using the diagram on the right.

Practical Maths

Measure is the topic we have just covered in our maths in school. We looked at mass, length and time recently. Perhaps involve the children with cooking. It doesn't have to be anything eccentric! Making a sandwich for lunch and weighing the ingredients can be a great way of incorporating maths into everyday life! It also provides a great opportunity for discussion about following instructions.
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