# Year 2 - Mr Bell, Mrs Bayley and Mrs Stanley

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**Daily Home Lessons from the BBC - Click to access extra work**

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**Summer Activities Maths**

**See letter for maths website activities to use over summer.**

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**Monday 20.07.20**

**LC: Fractions Assessment Answers**

**Friday 17.07.20**

**LC: Fractions Assessment**

**Friday 17.07.20**

**LC: Compare Durations of Time Answers.**

**Thursday 16.07.20**

**LC: Compare Durations of Time.**

**Thursday 16.07.20 Extension - Fraction Problems**

**Answers tomorrow.**

**Thursday 16.07.20**

**LC: Find Durations of Time Answers**

**Wednesday 15.07.20**

**LC: Find Durations of Time.**

**Wednesday 15.07.20 Extension - Fraction Problems**

**Answers tomorrow.**

**Tuesday 14.07.20**

**LC: Hours and Days**

**Tuesday 14.07.20 Extension - Fraction Problems**

**Answers.**

Eva is incorrect. To get a quarter half the amount then half again. So 20 divided by 2 is 10 divided by 2 is 5. 5 marbles would be a quarter.

Quarters is dividing by 4. To work out how much Mo started with times them by 4 (the opposite). Ribbon A is 5x4 = 20cm and Ribbon B is 4x4 - 16cm, so Ribbon A was longer by 4cm.

Dora has a quarter of the pizza not a third because she has one piece and 3 left over so she has one of four.

Alex's ribbon is the longest - that length x 4. Whitney's is the shortest - that length x 2.

**Tuesday 14.07.20**

**LC: Telling Time to 5 Minutes Answers**

**Monday 13.07.20**

**LC: Telling Time to 5 Minutes**

**Monday 13.07.20 Extension - Fraction Problems**

**Answers**

Alex is incorrect because 1/4 is paper folded into 4 equal parts where 1/2 is only folded into 2 equal parts.

True - you can fit 3 more identical triangles as blue one in the big triangle so 1/4 is shaded blue.

Rosie has 1/4 of £8 = £2 and Whitney has 1/2 of £6 which is £3, so Whitney has more.

**Monday 13.07.20 **

**LC: Statistics Assessment ****Answers**

**Friday 10.07.20 **

**LC: Statistics Assessment**

**Answers Monday**

**Friday 10.07.20 Extension - Fraction Problems**

**Answers**

Half is shaded of the shape because one of the two rectangles is shaded and one of the two squares is shaded.

Dora has shaded half of the shape. 6 out of 12 are shaded which is half. The number thought of could be 22, 24, 26 or 28.

Annie has circled half which is 6. Opposite of halving is double so double 6 = 12 which is what she started with.

**Thursday 09.07.20**

**LC: Quarter Past and Quarter To Time Answers**

**Thursday 09.07.20**

**LC: Quarter Past and Quarter To Time**

**Thursday 09.07.20 Extension - Fraction Problems**

**Answers**

Teddy is the only one to split the square into equal parts of same size.

12 beanbags so 2 groups of 6 or 6 groups of 2 (2x6=12). 3 groups of 4 or 4 groups of 3 also. (3x4=12)

The rectangle with red is the odd one out because it is not cut into exactly 2 equal pieces (a half).

**Thursday 09.07.20**

**LC: O'Clock and Half Past Time Answers**

**Wednesday 08.07.20**

**LC: O'Clock and Half Past Time**

**Wednesday 08.07.20 Extension - Money Problems**

**Answers**

20p+20p+20p+20p=80p Annie does not have enough for the Ghost train, she needs 10p more.

90p-30p=60p after buying the rubber. Alex needs 10p more to buy the pencil that costs 70p.

**Wednesday 08.07.20**

**LC: Temperature Answers**

**Tuesday 07.07.20**

**LC: Temperature**

**Tuesday 07.07.20 Extension - Money Problems**

**Answers**

**Tuesday 0y7.07..20**

**LC: Litres Answers**

**Monday 06.07.20**

**LC: Litres**

**Monday 06.07.20 Extension - Money Problems**

**Answers**

An example for Mo would be 20p+10p+2p=32p

Difference with Whitney would then be 57p-32p=25p

Eva has a 2p, other coins could be 5p+2p+1p to get to 10p. Or she could have 4 more 20 coins to get to 10p.

**Monday 06.07.20 **

**LC: Division Assessment ****Answers**

**Friday 03.07.20 **

**LC: Division Assessment**

**Answers Monday**

**Friday 03.07.20 Extension - Money Problems**

**Answers**

Example £10+£5+£5+£2+£1=£23

Rubber + Pencil - 18p+32p=50p

2 Pens - 45p+45p=90p

Pen + rubber - 20p+45p=65p

**Thursday 02.07.20**

**LC: Millilitres**

**Thursday 02.07.20 Extension - Money Problems**

**Answers**

True - 2p+2p+2p+2p+2p>5p

No - 4 x 5p = 2 x 10p

**Wednesday 01.07.20**

**LC: Compare Volume**

**Wednesday 01.07.20 Extension - Money Problems**

**Answers **

Two examples would be:

2p+2p+2p+2p+2p=10p or

2p+2p+1p+1p+1p+1p+1p+1p=10p

Jack is not correct because one of Annie's three coins could be a 50p coin.

**Tuesday 30.06.20**

**LC: Measure Mass in Kilograms**

**Tuesday 30.06.20 Extension - Money Problems**

**Answers**

28p = 20p+8p is the odd one out because we don't have an 8p coin!

50p=20p+20p+10p

50p=10p+10p+10p+10p+10p

50p=20p+20p+2p+2p+2p+2p+2p

are three examples of making 50p

**Monday 29.06.20**

**LC: Measure Mass in Grams**

**Monday 29.06.20 Extension - Money Problems**

**Answers**

Rosie cannot have 43p in silver coins because the lowest silver coin is a 5p coin. To make the 3p in 43p she would have 2p and 1p copper coins.

£10.15 = £5+£2+£2+£1+10p+5p

£5.51 = £5+20p+20p+10p+1p are examples you could use.

**Monday 29.06.20 **

**LC: Properties of Shape Assessment ****Answers **

**Friday 26.06.20 **

**LC: Properties of Shape Assessment**

**Answers Monday**