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Year 2 Maths overview    

 

                     

 

The above may change with regards to assessments made in class and responding to each classes needs. 

Spring 1: Multiplication and Division

Small steps this term:

1Pupils explain that objects can be grouped in different ways
2Pupils describe how objects have been grouped
3Pupils represent equal groups as repeated addition
4Pupils represent equal groups as repeated addition and multiplication
5Pupils represent equal groups as multiplication
6Pupils explain and represent multiplication when a group contains zero or one items
7Pupils identify and explain each part of a multiplication equation
8Pupils use knowledge of multiplication to calculate the product
9Pupils represent the two times table in different ways
10Pupils use knowledge of the two times table to solve problems
11Pupils explain the relationship between adjacent multiples of two
12Pupils explain that factor pairs can be written in any order
13Pupils represent counting in tens as the ten times table
14Pupils represent the ten times table in different ways
15Pupils explain the relationship between adjacent multiples of ten
16Pupils represent counting in fives as the five times table
17Pupils represent the five times table in different ways
18Pupils explain the relationship between adjacent multiples of five
19Pupils explain how groups of five and ten are related
20Pupils explain the relationship between multiples of five and ten
21Pupils use knowledge of the relationships between the five and ten times tables to solve problems
22Pupils explain how a factor of zero or one affect the product
23Pupils represent multiplication equations in different ways
24Pupils use knowledge of the two, five and ten times tables to solve problems (1)
25Pupils use knowledge of the two, five and ten times tables to solve problems (2)
26Pupils explain what each factor represents in a multiplication story
27Pupils explain what each factor represents in a multiplication story when one of the factors is one
28Pupils explain how a multiplication equation with two as a factor is related to doubling
29Pupils double two-digit numbers
30Pupils multiply efficiently when one of the factors is two
31Pupils explain how halving and doubling are related
32Pupils explain the relationship between factors and products
33Pupils halve two-digit numbers
34Pupils use knowledge of doubling, halving and the two times table to solve problems

 

Ways to help at home:

Practising the 2, 5 and 10 times table would greatly improve confidence and recall. 

Children must know the fact families e.g. if 2x5=10 then 5x2=10 and 10÷2=5 and 10÷5=2

Play TTRockstars 15 minutes daily.

recognising equal and unequal groups at home - can you share out the fruit equally between your siblings? 

 

 

Autumn 2: 

Calculations within 20

 

Small steps we will take this half term: 

1. pupils add 3 addends

2. Pupils add 3 addends efficiently.

3. Pupils add 3 addends by finding two addends that total 10.

4. Pupils add numbers that bridge through 10. 

5. Pupils subtract two numbers that bridge through 10. 

6. Pupils compare numbers and describe how many more or less there are in each set. 

7. Pupils calculate the difference. 

8. Pupils use knowledge of subtraction to solve problems in a range of contexts. 

What can you do to help support your child?

 

1. Learn number facts. 

 

These must be learnt off by heart with speed and accuracy. 

This can be broken down into:

 

Number bonds to 10:

10+0, 9+1, 8+2, 7+3, 6+4, 5+5, 4+6, 3+7, 2+8, 1+9, 0+10

 

Adding 1 gives one more

1+1=2

2+1=3

3+1=4

4+1=5

5+1=6

6+1=7

7+1=8

8+1=9

Adding 2 to an odd number gives the next odd number: 

1+2=3

3+2=5

5+2=7

7+2=9

Adding 2 to an even number gives the next even number

2+2=4

4+2=6

6+2=8

doubles (doubling will always give an even number)

1+1=2

2+2=4

4+4=8

5+5=10

 

 

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