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Maths

Maths in Class 2 is taught through a range of practical and written methods. Each week we have a theme that we focus on and our Maths learning revolves around this. We will update the page regularly so that you can see what Maths the children are currently learning. 

 

This document is an overview of Maths this Year in Class 2. 

NSPCC Number Day 2020- 2D shapes from natural materials

Year 1 Practical Maths- answering addition questions using various equipment.

Year 2 Practical Maths- using 1-20 cards and dice to form number sentences and answering them mentally.

Have a look at the Year 1 and Year 2 Maths Overview so that you can see the objectives we are going to be working towards over the course of this year.

Homework

Maths Homework
Maths homework is set in a variety of different ways. Children will either receive paper/activity based work that is set in each child's Maths Homework book, or interactive maths which is set using the website My Maths.
Each week a different activity or task will be set based on the learning that has been taking place in school and will be differentiated to meet the needs of each individual child. This will be set every Tuesday and collected in the following Monday.
If children are required to complete an online homework task, this will be recorded in the child's homework book with a brief explanation of what the homework task entails.
Every child has their own log in and password to access their individual homework challenge on My Maths which is recorded in their homework book. If you require a further copy of this information then please speak to either Mrs Davis-Hilliard or Mrs Hughes. 

Times Tables

 

Below is a guide to the times table expectations in Year 1 and Year 2.

 

Year 1: Count in multiples of 2,5 and 10. Recall and use doubles of all numbers to 10 and corresponding halves.

Year 2: Recall and use multiplication and division facts for the 2, 5 and 10 multiplication tables, including recognising odd and even numbers.

 

When children are confident with their 2, 5 and 10 times table they can be tested by the class teacher and if secure will be awarded the Bronze Times Table Award. 

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