St Wilfrid's RC Primary School

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Year 2 - Mr Bell, Mrs Bayley and Mrs Stanley

Maths

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Partitioning using splitting of tens and ones video

Thursday 09.04.20

LC: Measure Length (m)

  1. Click this link to watch the video: Week 3 Lesson 4 - Step 14 - Measure Length (m)
  2. Complete questions 1-6 of the worksheet below in your numeracy book.

Thursday 09.04.20 EXTENSION

LC: Compare Lengths

  1. Click this link to watch the video: Week 3 Lesson 5 - Step 15 - Compare Lengths

Wednesday 08.04.20

LC: Measure Length (cm)

  1. Click this link to watch the video: Week 3 Lesson 3 - Step 13 - Measure Length (cm)
  2. Complete questions 1-8 of the worksheet below in your numeracy book.
  3. For those who like a challenge, attempt the reasoning and problem solving task too.

Wednesday 08.04.20 - Extension Challenge

Answers

45  17  14 + 13

26  15  60 – 18

46+64 does not = 100 it is 110.  Teddy has not counted ones separately as 6+4=extra 10

Grid with rows and columns adding to 100

45  45  10

40  35  25

15  20  65

Look at pattern below

4+5+6=15

5+6+7=18

6+7+8=21

7+8+9=24

Growing by 3 more each number going up one

Tuesday 07.04.20

LC: Count in Fractions

  1. Click this link to watch the video: Week 3 Lesson 2 - Step 12 - Count in Fractions
  2. Complete questions 1-3 of the worksheet below in your numeracy book.
  3. For those who like a challenge, attempt the reasoning and problem solving task too.

Tuesday 07.04.20 - Extension Challenge

Answers

Eg Calculation 23-12=11

19 + 11 = 30

By 10+10=20 and 9+1=10 added together is 30

Or 19+1= 20 then add 10 = 30

Pairs of cards – 9 and 3, or 8 and 4, or 7 and 5 or 6 and 6 – have to add to 12

Dexter cards 54 – Annie cards 33 = 21 or 33 + 21 = 54 to find the difference.

Missing numbers must be pairs to make 2 with takeaway – such as 8 – 6 or 9 – 7

With Eva and Whitney – work out Whitney’s answer first 74-56=18 This answer is double Eva’s so answer must equal 9 and one number must be 15.  15-6=9 will be Eva’s question.   

Monday 06.04.20

LC: Find three quarters

  1. Click this link to watch the video: Week 3 Lesson 1 - Step 11 - Find Three Quarters
  2. Complete questions 1-9 of the worksheet below in your numeracy book.
  3. For those who like a challenge, attempt the reasoning and problem solving task too.

Monday 06.04.20 - Extension Challenge

Answers:

Mo is not correct.  When counting back he needs to start from the number before. ie 34 and will get to answer 28. (35-7=28)

Anne 12 marbles.  Ron 13+12=25 marbles.  Altogether 12+25=37 marbles

Amir has mixed tens and ones.  Answer 50+10=60 and 2+7=9 so 60+9=69

Any digits adding to 8 eg 5 and 3, 6 and 2, 7 and 1

Friday 03.04.20

LC: Equivalence of a half and 2 quarters

  1. Click on link and then click on Week 1 - Watch the videos from lesson 1 to lesson 5 to refresh about fractions.
  2. Then click this link to watch the video: Week 2 Lesson 5 - Step 10 - Equivalence of a half and 2 quarters
  3. Complete questions 1-8 of the worksheet below in your numeracy book.
  4. For those who like a challenge, attempt the reasoning and problem solving task too.

Friday 03.04.20 - Extension Challenge

Answers

26+10+10+10+10+10=76

Picture totals at bottom – 80 , 80 , 30

Picture totals going down – 80 . 80 , 30

Sometimes – if ones is a 9 like 39 then 1 more will change tens also and become 40

Smallest total - 67+8=75

Largest total – 87+6=93

Both Jack and Eva have used methods to work out answer, Jack has just used the inverse of subtraction, addition to work out the answer.  Another method would be to subtract 10 and then add one from 23.  23-10+1=14

Thursday 02.04.20

LC: Non-Unit Fractions

  1. Click on link and then click on Week 1 - Watch the videos from lesson 1 to lesson 5 to refresh about fractions.
  2. Then click this link to watch the video: Week 2 Lesson 4 - Step 9 - Non-Unit Fractions
  3. Complete questions 1-7 of the worksheet below in your numeracy book.
  4. For those who like a challenge, attempt the reasoning and problem solving task too.

Thursday 02.04.20 - Extension Challenge

Answers:

35p – 10p = 25p
22p – 10p = 12p
68p – 10p = 58p
15p – 10p = 5p
Mo is correct – in tens 7 tens is l1 ten less than 8 tens
53 crayons – 10 crayons = 43 crayons
Rosie says 19 as she is counting backwards in tens.
Tommy could make 23, 33 and 43 as red beds a ten more each time.

Wednesday 01.04.20

LC: Unit Fractions

  1. Click on link and then click on Week 1 - Watch the videos from lesson 1 to lesson 5 to refresh about fractions.
  2. Then click this link to watch the video: Week 2 Lesson 3 - Step 8 - Unit Fractions
  3. Complete questions 1-4 of the worksheet below in your numeracy book.
  4. For those who like a challenge, attempt the reasoning and problem solving task too.

Wednesday 01.04.20 Extension Challenge

Tuesday 31.03.20

LC: Find a Third

  1. Click on link and then click on Week 1 - Watch the videos from lesson 1 to lesson 5 to refresh about fractions.
  2. Then click this link to watch the video: Week 2 Lesson 2 - Step 7 - Find a Third
  3. Complete questions 1-6 of the worksheet below in your numeracy book.
  4. For those who like a challenge, attempt the reasoning and problem solving task too.

Tuesday 31.03.20 Extension Challenge

Monday 30.03.20

LC: Recognise a Third

  1. Click on link and then click on Week 1 - Watch the videos from lesson 1 to lesson 5 to refresh about fractions.
  2. Then click this link to watch the video: Week 2 Lesson 1 - Step 6 - Recognise a Third
  3. Complete questions 1-8 of the worksheet below in your numeracy book.
  4. For those who like a challenge, attempt the reasoning and problem solving task too.

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