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10th June 2019 Time

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June 2019 - Position and Direction

June 2019 - Position and Direction 1

May 2019

This term we will be revising addition, subtraction, multiplication and division in order to solve problems. We will also be revisiting the vocabulary used for shape, as well as talking about how to describe position and direction mathematically. 

April 2019 Measurement

April 2019 Measurement 1

March 2019 Fractions

March 2019 Fractions 1
March 2019 Fractions 2
March 2019 Fractions 3
March 2019 Fractions 4
March 2019 Fractions 5

February 2019 2D and 3D Shape

February 2019 2D and 3D Shape 1
February 2019 2D and 3D Shape 2
February 2019 2D and 3D Shape 3

February 2019 Statistics

February 2019 Statistics 1
February 2019 Statistics 2
February 2019 Statistics 3

January 2019 Division

January 2019 Division 1
January 2019 Division 2

December 2018 Multiplication

We are learning that the x symbol can be read as "groups of", for example 4 x 10 = 4 groups of 10, like 4 trays of 10 biscuits or 4 10p coins. At home you could practise counting in 2s, 5s and 10s.

3 x 2 = 3 groups of 2

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29th October Using money

For the next few weeks, we will be looking at how to pay using different coins and notes, including making change for amounts less than £1. It would be really helpful to do some counting of money at home, and adding up different coins.

1st October 2018

For the next four weeks, we will be learning about and practising our addition and subtraction. We will be covering the following objectives:

White Rose Addition and Subtraction Objectives Block 2 Year 2

It would be fantastic if you could practise your addition and subtraction bonds to 20 at home so they are fluent and automatic.


Number Bonds to 20 Song

Learn number bonds to 20 with this fun song. Chant along as the sneaky Minecraft sheep says each number bond to twenty. Teaching children number bonds to twenty helps them gain an understanding of the patterns within the number system.

September 2018

For the first few weeks of term we are learning about place value, making sure that we understand how numbers up to 100 are written and represented. See below for some games that practise this in a fun way!

  • 100 Hunt    Find a number on a number square or work out 9, 10, 11 and 20 more/less.