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6.3.21

 

I can solve a range of calculations

 

We are going to practise counting in 2s, 5s and 10s.  Watch the video and join in! 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AnoVea8UCM

 

Today’s work is an arithmetic test. 

Look at all the calculations and work out the answers.  Remember to look closely at the signs!  Draw jottings to help you to find your answer and remember that bar models will help you to find fractions of numbers too. The answers are at the back if you want to check your child's calculations.

Counting by 2s, 5s and 10s

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4.3.21

 

I can sort 3D shapes into a carroll diagram

 

We are going to recall the properties of 3D shapes.  Watch the video below and see if you can remember the facts learned in Monday’s lesson. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYVmmTaqIPU 

Play the game below to practise sorting objects into a Carroll diagram 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/carroll-diagrams/2d-shapes

Today we are sorting 3D shapes.  What is a 3D shape and what are its properties? 

Read the PowerPoint on the school website – 2D shapes Carroll diagram.  Look at sorting 2D shapes into the simple criteria.  

All Groups:  complete the sheet sorting 3D shapes into the Carroll diagrams based on their properties. 

Learn About Faces, Edges and Vertices - 3D Shapes

Let's learn about faces, edges and vertices in this video of properties of 3D Shapes.

3.3.21

I can sort numbers into a Carroll Diagram

 

We are going to recall doubles of numbers up to 20.  Watch the doubling machine video 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTMSlFi8zBM  

 

Today we are going to look at Carroll diagrams. 

Watch Mr. Barker’s video by clicking on the link below 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQSpXkxuYRI 

Look at how they are set out.  What do you notice?  Think about why we are putting items in a particular place on the Carroll diagram.  Today we will be sorting numbers into a Carroll diagram.  

Yellow and Red Groups:  Can you sort the numbers on the Carroll diagram using – 

Less than 50, more than 50. 

Odd or even.  

Green and Blue Groups  

Can you sort the numbers on the Carroll diagram using – 

Less than 50, more than 50.  

 

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3.3.21 - I can sort information into a Carroll Diagram

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2.3.21

I can sort 3D shapes into a Venn Diagram

 

We are going to begin by watching a 3D shapes video to remember all the names of the 3D shapes.  Follow the link below - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cg-Uc556-Q 

Next we are going to think about sorting 2D shapes using their properties. 

Read the PowerPoint on the school website ‘2D shapes Venn Diagram’ 

Venn diagrams are when two circles and their criterions interlink.  Can you work out where the shapes need to go?  Use the properties of orange shapes and more than 4 sides.  Emphasise what the shapes need to be to go in the middle (orange and have 4 sides) and why and shapes that go on the outside of the criterion. 

All groups: 

Then complete the activity – to sort 3D shapes into a Venn diagram.

 

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Learn About Faces, Edges and Vertices - 3D Shapes

Let's learn about faces, edges and vertices in this video of properties of 3D Shapes.

1.3.21

I can find the properties of 3D shapes

 

We are going to begin by watching a 3D shapes video to remember all the names of the 3D shapes.  Follow the link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=guNdJ5MtX1A
Next, we are going to think about the properties of 3D shapes. Watch the video on the properties of 3D shapes -   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYVmmTaqIPU  

Read the PowerPoint on the school website all about 3D shapes.  You need to be thinking about the vertices, faces and edges of each shape. Now look around your house.  Can you find any 3D shapes?  What shape is a tin can?  What shape is a ball? Etc. 
All groups :  Complete the sheet filling in the number of faces, vertices and edges for each 3D shape. 

Friday, 26th February - Turns

Today we are going to practice recalling halves of numbers up to 20

Watch the halving video -

Halving numbers to 20

Turns

Today we are looking at movements – and how we turn.

 

Read through the PowerPoint: below. Look at turns – half turns, full turns (whole turn). Practise jumping a given turn – ask someone in your house to tell you how far to turn - half turn etc.  Can you follow their command?

 

Watch Mr Barkers video on the below.

Activity

Now complete the  Pirate paraphernalia sheet or record in your books which space do you land on.

26.2.21 - I can follow instructions (Quarter, Half and Full Turns)

Thursday 25th February - Pattern

Today we are going to practise our doubles of numbers up to 20

Watch the doubling machine video below -

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What is a pattern?

Today we are looking at patterns with shapes.

Watch Mr Barkers video on below

now complete the Activity

Copy and continue the different patterns in your home learning book.

25.2.21 - I can complete a pattern

Wednesday, 24th February - Symmetry

Today we are going to start by practising counting in jumps of 4 and recall these facts using the times tables.

Watch the counting by 4s video

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Symmetry

What does the word symmetrical mean?

Watch the video below

Work through the PowerPoint looking at lines of symmetry and understanding which shapes/pictures are symmetrical and why.

Activity

Complete the sheet below or draw the patterns into the books and show the symmetry.

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Tuesday, 23rd February - Irregular shapes

Today we are going to start by practicing counting in jumps of 3 and recall these facts using the times tables.

Watch the counting by 3s video

 

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2D shapes - Irregular

Think about the shapes we learnt about yesterday.  How many sides and  vertices did they each have? We are going to think about these shapes again but they don’t always have equal sides!

Read through the power-point below.

Focus on irregular shapes. Look at a range of irregular shapes – what are they?  How do we know? Count the sides to find out which shape it is.  Shapes do not always look the same.

Watch Mr Barkers video below.

 

Activity complete the sheet recording corners/vertices and straight & curved sides for each shape.

2D Shapes Explained for Kids

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Monday, 22nd February

Starter - 

Today we are going to practise counting in 2s, 5s and 10s

Watch the video to recall counting in 2s, 5s and 10s 

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This week we are thinking about shapes. Today we are looking at 2D shapes - regular

What are 2D shapes? How do they look? What are their features?

Watch the video below.

Then at the PowerPoint: on the website.

This looks at a selection of 2D shapes – circle, triangle, square, rectangle, pentagon, hexagon & octagon.

Look carefully at the number of sides, corners/verticies and use correct vocabulary.

 

Activity complete the sheet recording corners/vertices and straight & curved sides for each shape

2D Shapes Explained for Kids

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12.2.21

 

I can complete a range of calculations

 

Today you are going to continue thinking about fractions (half, quarter etc) and how to find a fraction of a number. Please google Discovery Education Espresso and log in with Username:student17816 

Password:abc123 

Select KS1, then go to the Maths page.  Click on Fractions and then Videos.  There you will find a fractions quiz. 

All Groups – Arithmetic Test.  Look at all the calculations and work out the answers.  Don’t forget you will need to  look closely at the signs.  Remember to use jottings to help you to find your answer.  Bar models will help find fractions of smaller numbers too. 

11.2.21

 

I can find one third of a given number

Today you are going to continue thinking about fractions (half, quarter etc) and how to find a fraction of a number. Please watch the video to think about counting in quarters, and recognising how many quarters makes a whole - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rc6S6EhqbUI.  You practised this yesterday as well. 

Today, we are going to find one third of numbers.  If we are finding one third, how many equal groups would we have? How many of those equal groups do we need to count at the end? 

Mr. Barker has made a video to help you with your work.  Please watch it before you try to do your calculations -  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZW3jxoiu9Dg. 

All Groups – You are finding one third of numbers.  Draw a bar model.  This time share your dots between 3 boxes.  Count the number of dots in 1 box at the end to find your answer. 

Record your answer like this:  1/3 of 12 = 4. There are worksheets for each group below.  

Count up in halves, thirds and quarters on a number line

11.2.21 - I can find a third of a number

Work will be added here each day, but don't forget to scroll down to the songs to help you learn number facts eg number bonds, counting in 2's, 5's and 10's, doubles and halves.  These are things we should be able to recall quickly! 

10.2.21

 

I can find three quarters of a given number

Today you are going to continue thinking about fractions (half, quarter etc) and how to find a fraction of a number. Please watch the video to think about counting in quarters, and recognising how many quarters makes a whole - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rc6S6EhqbUI

We are going to find three quarters of numbers.  If we are finding three quarters, how many equal groups would we have? How many of those equal groups do we need to count at the end? 

Mr. Barker has made a video to help you with your work.  Please watch it before you try to do your calculations - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOizJjDuvvs 

 

There is a different worksheet for each group below.  

Yellow, Red and Green Groups – you are finding three quarters of numbers.  Use what you did yesterday – partition the numbers and then half it (1/2), then half it again to find a quarter (1/4).  Add ½ and ¼ to find ¾.   

If you are unsure you could also draw a bar model – just remember to count the number of dots in three boxes at the end to find the answer. 

Blue group – you are finding three quarters of a number.  Use the bar model to help you.  You will need to draw 4 boxes to share the dots into.  Remember to count the number of dots in three of the boxes at the end to find your answer. 

10.2.21 - I can find three quarters of a number

9.2.21

 

I can find a quarter of a given number

Today you are going to be thinking about fractions (half, quarter etc) and how to find a fraction of a number. Please watch the video on fractions on Discovery Espresso using the link below. 

https://centralespresso.co.uk/espresso/primaryuk/subject/module/videoindex/item883167/gradel/index.html 

You will need to use the school login: 

Username - student17816 

Password - abc123 

 

When you have done this we are going to find one quarter of numbers.  If we are finding quarter, how many equal groups would we have? How many of those equal groups do we need to count at the end? 

 

The video for today was not working properly so please see the below methods to help you:

Blue Group

Today we are going to find 1/4 of a number. It is the same as yesterday but instead of sharing into two boxes you share your number out into 4 boxes. 

For example:

1/4 of 16 = 4

16

.... .... .... ....

 

1/4 of 12 = 3

12

... ... ... ...

 

Green, Red & Yellow Groups

Today we are going to find 1/4 of a number. It is the same as yesterday but instead of just halving we halve then halve again.

1/4 of 24 = 6

            /  \

          20  4

           |    |

          10   2

           |     |

           5 + 1 = 6

 

1/4 of 48 = 12

           / \

         40  8

         |     |

        20    4

         |     |

       10 + 2 =12

There is a different worksheet for each group below 

Yellow and Red groups – you are finding one quarter of numbers up to 100. Partition the tens and ones and then halve them and halve them again before recombining to find one quarter.  

 Record as ¼ of 12 = 3 

Green group – you are finding one quarter of numbers up to 40.  Partition the tens and ones and then halve them and halve them again before recombining to find one quarter. 

Record as ¼ of 12 = 3. 

Blue group – you are finding one quarter of numbers up to 20.  Use the bar model to help you.  You will need to draw 4 boxes to share the dots into. 

Record as ¼ of 8 = 2. 

8.2.21

 

I can find half of a given number

 

Today you are going to be thinking about fractions and how to find a ½ of a number, using particular methods. 

Please watch the video on fractions on Discovery Espresso using the link below. 

https://centralespresso.co.uk/espresso/primaryuk/subject/module/videoindex/item883167/gradel/index.html 

You will need to use the school login 

Username – student17816 

Password - abc123 

When you have done this we are going to find half of numbers.  If we are finding half, how many equal groups would we have? Mr. Barker has made a video to help you with your work.  Please watch it before you try to do your halving - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bsJ1vEA1-E 

8.2.21 - I can find Half of a number

5.2.21

I can solve different calculations

 

Today it’s time for an arithmetic test! 

All groups Look at all the calculations and work out the answers.  Remember to look closely at the signs so that you know which sort of calculation you are going to do. 

Remember to draw jottings to help you find your answer.  Bar models will help you to find fractions of numbers, which we will be covering next week!

4.2.21

I can solve division problems

 

All groups (Different calculations between groups) – You are going to look at solving division problems.  Use what you have learnt this week to help you to work out the answers to the problems. 

Think about the words you might read - groups of, bags of, shared, divided. 

Remember to write the calculation under the problem to make is easier to check your answers. 

You can use arrays or grouping to help you find the answers.                                                                                                                                                  

There is a different worksheet for each group below.

3.2.21

 

I can divide by 5 (G & B)

I can divide by 4 (R & Y)

We will be continuing today with division calculations.

Yellow and Red groups – You are going to look at dividing into groups of 4.  Could you use your times tables or your fingers to help you?  Don’t forget you could also draw arrays or groupings to find the answers if you are struggling.  If you have extras that don’t make a group of 4 these are called remainders and we record them like this 21  ÷  4 = 5r1 

Green group- You are going to be dividing into groups of 5.  You could use arrays or groupings to help you. 

Blue group – You are going to be dividing into groups of 5.  You could use arrays or groupings to help you. 

Mr. Barker has made a video to help you with your work.  Please watch it before you try to do your calculations -   https://youtu.be/RAuSYs2LT4c 

There is a different worksheet for each group on the Year 2 Home Learning Page

Counting By Fours Song

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3.2.21 - I can divide by 5 (G&B) I can divide by 4 (R&Y)

2.2.21

 

I can divide by 10 (G & B)

I can divide by 3 (R & Y)

We are going to continue today looking at division calculations. Before you start please watch the counting in 3s video today as today's mental starter.

Yellow and Red groups – You are going to look at dividing into groups of 3.  Could you use your times tables or your fingers to help you?  Don’t forget you could also draw arrays or groupings to find the answers if you are struggling.  If you have extras that don’t make a group of 3 these are called remainders and we record them like this 20  ÷  3 = 6r2 

Green group- You are going to be dividing into groups of 10.  You could use arrays or groupings to help you. 

Blue group – You are going to be dividing into groups of 10.  You could use arrays or groupings to help you. 

Mr. Barker has made a video to help you with your work.  Please watch it before you try to do your calculations -  https://youtu.be/OKA7oaTLw_w 

There is a different worksheet for each group below

Skip-counting multiples of 3 to Jingle Bells

2.2.21 - I can divide by 10 (B & G) I can divide by 3 (R & Y)

1.2.21

 

I can solve divide by 2 (G & B)

I can solve divide by 2, 5 and 10 (R & Y)

This week you are going to be thinking about division calculations 

Yellow and Red groups – You are going to look at dividing into groups of 2, 5 and 10.  Could you use your times tables or your fingers to help you?  Don’t forget you could also draw arrays or groupings to find the answers if you are struggling. 

Green group- You are going to be dividing into groups of 2.  You could use arrays or groupings to help you. 

Blue group – You are going to be dividing into groups of 2.  You could use arrays or groupings to help you. 

 

Mr. Barker has made a video to help you with your work.  Please watch it before you try to do your calculations - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYV-Di4JHY8 

There is a different worksheet for each group on the Year 2 Home Learning Page.  

1.2.21 - I can divide by 2, (5 and 10 R/Y groups)

29.1.21

 

I can solve arithmetic calculations

Yellow and Red groups – look at the calculations and work out the answers.  Remember to use jottings to help you find your answer.  Bar models will help you to find fractions of numbers too.

Green group- look at the calculations and work out the answers.  Remember to use jottings to help you find your answer.  Bar models will help you to find fractions of numbers too.

Blue group – look at the calculations and work out the answers.  Remember to use jottings to help you to find your answer. Bar models will help you to find fractions of numbers too.

 

There is a different booklet for each group below. The answers are at the back of the booklet so parents can mark themselves instead of sending all the pictures of the pages.

28.1.21

 

I can solve multiplication problems

Yellow and Red groups - can you work out the answers to the multiplication problems?  Remember to write your multiplication sum under the problem and the work out the answer.  Record your sums in your Home Learning book. 

Green group- can you work out the answers to the multiplication problems? Record your answer in your Home Learning book.  You will need to use your times tables to help you. 

Blue group – can you work out the answers to the multiplication problems? Record your answer in your Home Learning book.  You will need to use your times tables to help you. 

Don’t forget there are lots of words which mean the same as multiply – lots of, groups of, bags of, altogether. Use your knowledge of this week’s calculations to help you. 

There is a different worksheet for each group on the Year 2 Home Learning Page.  

27.1.21

 

I can multiply by 5 (B & G)

I can multiply by 4 (R & Y)

Can you count with the power point on the school website? 

Yellow and Red groups - can you work out the answers to the multiplication calculations multiplying by 4.  Use your fingers to help you or draw arrays.  Record your sums in your Home Learning book. 

Green group- Work out the answers to the multiplication calculations multiplying by 5. Record your answer in your Home Learning book.  Draw arrays to help you.  Show your working out in your Home Learning book. 

Blue group – Work out the answers to the multiplication calculations multiplying by 5.  Use arrays to help you. Record your answer in your Home Learning book and don’t forget to show your working out.   

 

Mr. Barker has also done a video to help you with your learning. 

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4D67crpl-o There is a different worksheet for each group on the Year 2 Home Learning Page.  

    

27.1.21 - Multiplying by 4 and 5

26.1.21

 

I can multiply by 10 (B & G)

I can multiply by 3 (R & Y)

 

Can you count with the power point on the school website?  

Yellow and Red groups - can you work out the answers to the multiplication calculations multiplying by 3.  Use your fingers to help you or draw arrays.  Record your sums in your Home Learning book. 

Green group- Work out the answers to the multiplication calculations multiplying by 10. Record your answer in your Home Learning book.  Draw arrays to help you.  Show your working out in your Home Learning book. 

Blue group – Work out the answers to the multiplication calculations multiplying by 10.  Use arrays to help you. Record your answer in your Home Learning book and don’t forget to show your working out.   

  

Mr. Barker has also done a video to help you with your learning - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oa6C7QQayKs 

There is a different worksheet for each group below,

26.1.21 - Multiplying by 3 and 10

25.1.21

 

I can multiply by 2 (B & G)

I can multiply by 2, 5 and 10 (R & Y)

This week we will be looking at solving multiplication calculations, with Red & Yellow group focusing on multiplying by 2, 5 and 10 and Green & Blue multiplying by 2.

Yellow and Red groups -  can you work out the answers to the multiplication calculations.  Use your fingers to help you or draw arrays.  Record your sums in your Home Learning book.

Green group- Work out the answers to the multiplication calculations. Record your answer in your Home Learning book.  Draw arrays to help you .  Show your working out in your Home Learning book.

Blue group – Work out the answers to the multiplication calculations.  Use arrays to help you,  Record your answer in your Home Learning book and don’t forget to show your working out. 

25.1.21 - I can multiply by 2, (5 and 10 R&Y)

22.1.21

 

I can solve subtraction word problems (B)

I can solve addition and subtraction word problems (G, R & Y)

Yellow and Red groups - read the problem carefully and then decide if it is an addition or a subtraction problem.  Use your work from the past two weeks to help you to work out the answer.  Record your sum in your Home Learning book and don’t forget to show how you worked out the answer! 

Green group- read the problem and decide if you need to do an addition or subtraction sum to work out the answer.  Use your work from the last two weeks to help you.  Record your answer in your Home Learning book and don’t forget to show how you worked out the answer. 

Blue group – think carefully about the words used in the problem to decide if it is an addition or a subtraction sum.  Record your answer in your Home Learning book and don’t forget to show your working out.  Remember you can draw your tens and ones to help you find the answer. 

21.1.21

 

I can subtract a 2 digit number from a 2 digit number (G & B)

I can subtract a 2 digit number from a 3 digit number (R & Y)

We will continue to subtract 2 digit numbers today. Yellow and Red group will start with subtracting numbers from a 2 digit number then move onto 3 numbers using partitioning. Click on this link to see this work modelled - https://youtu.be/rOTfHTsi6jw 

Green group and blue group will continue subtracting 2 digit numbers (using partitioning) using jottings to help. Moving on to using larger 2 digit numbers. Click on this link to see this work modelled by watching Mr. Barker’s video. 

 https://youtu.be/xM4Jmdmlf-E 

 There is a different worksheet for each group below. Write the calculations in your home learning book and answer them.     

   

(R&Y) 21.1.21 - I can subtract a 2 digit number from a 3 digit number

(G & B) 21.1.21 - I can subtract a 2 digit number

20.1.21

 

I can subtract a 2 digit number from a 2 digit number

We are going to continue today looking at subtracting 1 and 2 digit numbers from a 2 digit number as we did yesterday, I would suggest watching the video from yesterday -  https://youtu.be/xM4Jmdmlf-E to recap the partitioning and jotting methods then complete accordingly. Yellow and Red groups - subtracting 2 digit numbers (using partitioning), Green group- subtracting 2 digit numbers (using jottings) and Blue group – subtracting a 1 digit number from a 2 digit number (using jottings). There is a different worksheet for each group on the Year 2 Home Learning Page.  Write the calculations in your home learning book and answer them.     

19.1.21

 

I can subtract a 2 digit number from a 2 digit number

Today we will be moving on to looking at subtraction Yellow and Red groups - subtracting 2 digit numbers (using partitioning), Green group are subtracting 2 digit numbers (using jottings) and Blue group are subtracting a 1 digit number from a 2 digit number (using jottings). Please watch Mr. Barker’s video on how to complete this work on – https://youtu.be/xM4Jmdmlf-E. There is a different worksheet for each group on the Year 2 Home Learning Page. Write the calculations in your home learning book and answer them.

18.1.21

 

I can subtract multiples of 10 from a 2 digit number

Today we will be looking at subtracting 10 and multiples of 10 from a 2 digit number. For Yellow and Red groups this will involve taking away multiples of 10 from a number mentally. For Blue and Green groups this will involve subtracting 10 from a 2 digit number using jottings to help. Please watch Mr. Barker’s video on how to complete this work on - https://youtu.be/QRBuIWGx5tk  There is a different worksheet for each group below with subtraction questions, please make sure you use the correct one. Write the calculations in your remote learning book then complete them.

18.1.21 - I can subtract multiples of 10 from a 2 digit number

15.1.21

 

I can add two 2 digit numbers (G & B)

I can add a 2 digit number to a 3 digit number (R & Y)

 

Today we will continue looking at adding and how to add a 2 digit number to a 2 digit number revisiting yesterday’s learning for blue and green groups. Please re-watch Mr Barker’s video on YouTube showing examples of how to do this - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5_CBppazHgRed and Yellow groups will be looking at adding together a 3 digit number and 2 digit number, please see the video -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPm8mhd_9uI.There is a different worksheet for each group below with adding questions on. Write the calculations in your remote learning book then complete then. Red & Yellow group should be doing this by partitioning and Green & Blue group using the jottings, as shown in the video above. 

15.1.21 - I can add a 3 digit number and a 2 digit number (R & Y groups)

15.1.21 - I can add two 2 digit numbers (G & B)

14.1.21

 

I can add two 2 digit numbers 

Today we will continue looking at adding and how to add a 2 digit number to a 2 digit number revisiting yesterday’s learning. Please re-watch Mr Barker’s video on YouTube showing examples of how to do this - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5_CBppazHg. There is a different worksheet for each group below, with adding calculations Write the calculations in your remote learning book then complete then. Red & Yellow group should be doing this by partitioning and Green & Blue group using the jottings, as shown in the video above.

13.1.21

 

I can add two 2 digit numbers 

Today we are continue looking at adding. We will be looking at how to add a 1 digit number to a 2 digit number initially then moving on to adding two 2 digit numbers. Mr Barker has put a video on YouTube to show examples of how to do this - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5_CBppazHg.There is a different worksheet for each group below containing addition questions, complete the correct one for your group. Write the calculations in your remote learning book then find the answer. Red & Yellow group should be doing this by partitioning and Green & Blue group using the jottings, as shown in the video above.

12.1.21

 

I can add multiples of 10 to a 2 digit number 

Today we are going to start our focus on adding. We will start today by adding multiples of 10 to a number. We will add 10 to 2 digit numbers and move onto adding different multiples such as: 20, 30 and 40. Mr Barker has put a video on YouTube to show examples of how to do this - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SP5aGiiFmuA . There is a different worksheet for each group below, please make sure you complete the correct sheet. Write the calculations in your remote learning book then add the correct symbol in-between the numbers. Red & Yellow group should be doing this mentally and Green & Blue group using the jottings

12.1.21 - I can add multiples of 10

11.1.21

 

I can compare numbers and calculations using < = >

 

On Friday we looked at comparing numbers using the greater than, less than and equal to signs (< = >). Today we will be looking at completing calculations and comparing their answers using the symbols. Mr Barker has put a video on YouTube to show examples of how to do this - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzyVFGRS6JQ.There is a different worksheet for each group below comparing different numbers/calculations. Write the calculations in your remote learning book then add the correct symbol in-between the numbers.

11.1.21 - I can compare numbers and calculations using symbols (Year 2 Maths)

Learn how to solve calculations then compare numbers using the greater than, less than and equal to symbols.

8.1.21

 

I can compare numbers using < = >

 

Today we will be looking at comparing numbers using the greater than, less than and equal to signs (< = >), see their meanings below. We will have to use our knowledge of place value to help pick which number is bigger and smaller. Watch the video on YouTube first - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFNoEHnxPvM to help think about the value of each digit and which is the greatest number. Today there is a different worksheet for each group below for each group, please write the numbers in your remote learning book then add the correct symbol in-between the numbers.

Use the Greater Than and Less Than Signs to Compare Numbers

How to really GET the difference between the GREATER THAN and LESS THAN signs. This is a way of thinking that stops you struggling with these signs!

7.1.21

 

I can order numbers

 

Today we will be looking at ordering numbers. We will have to use our knowledge of place value to help pick which numbers go in order. Watch the video on YouTube first - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MedeFROQE0k to help think about the value of each digit and how to order numbers. Blue & Green groups will be looking at putting 2 digit numbers in order starting with the smallest number. Red & Yellow groups will look at ordering 3 digit numbers starting with the smallest numbers. Open the worksheet for your group below. Write one set of numbers in your remote learning book then write them in order below. Remember to cross out each number when you use them so you don’t make any mistakes.

Ordering Numbers - Smallest to Biggest

Students will be able to compare and order three numbers from lsmallest to biggest.

6.1.21

 

I can partition numbers

 

Today we will continue looking at partitioning numbers, please see the YouTube video on the Maths page from yesterday on how to partition numbers. Red & Yellow groups will be looking at partitioning 3 digit numbers for example: 126 = 100 + 20 + 6. Please look at some examples with your child first then copy the questions and write the answers in your child’s remote learning book. Blue & Green groups will be looking at partitioning 2 digit numbers for example: 57 = 50 + 7. Please look at some examples with your child first then copy the questions and write the answers in your child’s remote learning book. If you have a printer, you can print out the worksheet and complete the calculations on there.

Partitioning numbers into tens and ones

5.1.21

I can partition numbers

 

Today, we will continue to look at partitioning numbers looking at understanding the value of each digit (Tens and Units). Please watch the Youtube video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XqFx3V3uCQ to help your child's understanding. Green and Blue groups will complete the part whole models looking at adding tens and ones together to make a whole number. Red and Yellow groups will look at understanding how to partition numbers in different ways for example:

47 can be partitioned as:

40 + 7

30 + 17

20 + 27

10 + 37

 

The sheets are attached below as resources, with activities on Education City to support your children's learning.

Monday 14th December 2020

We are going to continue to look at time today:

Green, Red and Yellow group will need to recap o’clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to before completing today’s worksheet. I have uploaded the previous videos I have made to my YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLytm9r02c74pLKOmaAoMa8CidNXoDqs9K please watch before completing any work.

Blue Group will be recapping on o’clock and half past for today – please use the above link but only watch the o’clock and half past videos, then complete the worksheets.

Friday 11th December 2020

We are going to continue to look at time today: 

Green, Red and Yellow groups will be expected to watch both videos on quarter past and quarter to before completing today’s worksheet. I have uploaded them to my YouTube channel - https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLytm9r02c74pqV9Veb97mP9RQhCIKdJmQ please watch before completing any work.

Blue Group will be focusing on half past for today – please use the above link but only watch the half past video, you will be looking at quarter past and quarter to next week.

Thursday 10th December  to Friday 18th December (Time)

For the remaining days of this half-term we will be focusing on time - looking at reading analogue clocks. We will start by recognising o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to, then we will move on to looking at telling the time in 5 minute intervals.

Thursday 10th December 2020

We are going to start our focus on time today. 

 

Green, Red and Yellow groups will be expected to watch both videos on o’clock and half past before completing today’s worksheet. I have uploaded them to my YouTube channel - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLytm9r02c74r-0g0CgOAp7498UY9oGH-D please watch before completing any work.

 

Blue Group will be focusing on o’clock for today – please use the above link but only watch the o’clock video, tomorrow’s focus will be half past to break up the learning.

Week beginning, 7th December

 

Practise these problems with your child.  Can they find different ways to work out there answers?  Encourage them to draw pictures/dots to help them.

This is not a test!  It is an opportunity to practise the skills they need to complete problems when they are set out this way.

 

Wednesday, 9th December
Tuesday, 8th December

Monday, 7th December

Practise these sums with your child.  Can they find different ways to work out there answers?  Encourage them to draw pictures/dots to help them.

This is not a test!  It is an opportunity to practise the skills they need to complete sums when they are set out this way.

Week beginning-30th November - Time

This week we will be learning to tell the time using an analogue clock. There is a clock face which you can make with your child that they can use to help them with their work attached below.

Friday, 4th December

Yellow and Red group - 5 minute intervals to the hour

Green and Blue - 5 minute intervals past the hour

Thursday, 3rd December

Green and Blue group - quarter to and quarter past mixed

Red and Yellow group - 5 minutes past the hour

Wednesday, 2nd December

Quarter past the hour

Tuesday, 1st December

Monday 30th November - All groups

Division 19th - 23rd October
Friday 23rd October
Thursday 22nd October
Wednesday 21st October
Tuesday, 20th October
Monday 19th October

Statistics 14th - 16th October

This week we are looking at graphs and charts on the information we can get from them.  There are activities in Education city which your child can work through.  Complete the Learn screens and Think it's before the activities as this will help your child to complete them. 

You could create your own graph using things your child has at home - colours of toy cars, colours of sweets in a packet eg Skittles, colours of cars which drive past the window in a set amount of time eg 10 minutes.

There are some activity sheets below which you could print out and have a go at.

Graphs and Bar Charts - worksheet

Counting activities for Blue group

16th October

Counting activities for blue group

Big Numbers Song | Count to 100 Song | The Singing Walrus

Please practise counting forwards and backwards to 100. Counting back is just as important as counting forwards! Counting needs to be practised everyday so that your child can use it to solve equations and problems in class.
Can your child start counting from different numbers.
Can they write down a number you give them, for example - write 63

The Counting by Twos Song | Counting Songs | Scratch Garden

Your child needs to be able to count forwards and backwards in 2's, 5's and 10's. These are songs we have used in class to help us. Songs and fun and help us to remember number facts!

The Counting by Fives Song | Counting Songs | Scratch Garden

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The Counting by Tens Song | Counting Songs | Scratch Garden

I Can Say My Number bonds to10 | Math Song for Kids | Number Bonds | Jack Hartmann

The pairs of numbers that make 10 is a basic skill that will help your child as addition and subtraction sums become more challenging. This can be done using fingers to help them - how many are down and how many are up? You could use 10 coins, lego bricks etc and move them from one side to the other. Look for patterns to help your child see if they have written down all the different ways. The song below might help.
If your child finds this easy why not challenge then to find all the different ways they can make any number up to 20!

Maths - I can use repeated addition (Monday 5th October 2020)

This week we will be moving on to looking at multiplication focusing on repeated addition. As this is recapping old learning, and will be a challenge I will do a live lesson on this session at 10am. Please follow the link to my channel and watch the lesson –https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrfFlYOsl9uZZQOWbSWEsMw? I have attached a repeated addition worksheet for your child to complete at the end of the live session, if you can’t print please do not work just complete the calculations in your child’s homework book. We will continue this learning on Tuesday in school so if your child finds this difficult please do not worry.

Maths - I know the faces of 3D shapes (Friday 2nd October 2020)

Today we are going to recap the properties of 3D shapes. I would like you to re-watch yesterday’s Maths lesson about the properties of 3D shapes - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YC5cdrQ53yY . Once you have recapped these properties, I would like you to watch the video on faces of 3D shapes - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-mGmtixGpQ. Ask your child to then complete the Learning Screens and videos on Education City to show their understanding, they can use objects from around the house to help them complete the activities on the faces of 3D shapes.

Properties of 3D Shapes

1.10.20 I know the properties of 3D Shapes

Faces of 3D Shapes

Maths - I Know the properties of 3D shapes (Thursday 1st October 2020)

Today we are going to start learning the properties of 3D shapes. I will do a live lesson at 10am again to discuss different properties of 3D shapes using objects from within my house - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrfFlYOsl9uZZQOWbSWEsMw/. You can then ask your child to do the same naming shapes and writing down the properties in their homework books as modelled in my live video. Before I do the live session, please watch the following YouTube video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nLpD6bE4fE to develop your child’s knowledge of 3D shapes and their properties. Please complete the naming 3D shapes activity sheet attached in this email or complete a table showing the properties as I do in the live lesson. Ask your child to then complete the Learning Screens and videos on Education City to show their understanding, they can use objects from around the house to help them complete the activities.

3D Shapes for Kids - Vertices, Faces and Edges Explained

Help your child learn all there is to know about 3D shapes with our fun video.

Maths - I can name 3D shapes (Wednesday 30th September 2020)

We are going to move on today to look at 3D shapes. I would like you to ask your child to try and name all the 3D shapes they can. Children should watch the video -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=guNdJ5MtX1A so that they can recognise different kinds of 3D shapes. I will be doing a live 3D shape hunt around my house at 10am on my YouTube page -https://youtu.be/QcP1WnGdvJE . Once I have done the live 3D shape hunt, I would like your child to do a 3D shape hunt around your home and make a list in their homework books. There is then a learn screen and activity on Education City for your child. 

3D Shapes Song |

Learn the names of some 3D shapes

3D Shapes Song For Kids | Spheres, Cylinders, Pyramids, Cubes, & Cones

Monster Trucks Learn 3D Shapes

Maths - I can name the properties of 2D Shapes (Tuesday 29th September 2020)

Today we will continue to look at 2D shapes focusing more on their properties. I would like you to ask your child what they can remember about the properties of shapes from yesterday, ask them how many sides and vertices the following shapes have: circle, square, rectangle and triangle, if your child is struggling please look at a picture of a shape with them to guide them and let them count. If they found this easy challenge them with shapes such as an oval, pentagon, hexagon, heptagon and octagon.  Use this video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mitk0Puvj2U as a teaching tool and questioning for your child. There is then a learn screen and activity on Education City to support this learning.

2D Shape Properties

Learn all about the properties of 2D shapes with this fantastic, short video!

Maths - I can name 2D Shapes (Monday 28th September 2020)

This week we will be looking at shape for the first time in Year 2. Today we will be looking at 2D shapes, looking at shapes such as: a Circle, Triangle, Square and Rectangle and extending children's knowledge onto shapes such as an oval, pentagon, hexagon, heptagon and octagon.

 

They will be learning the properties of the shapes - How many sides they have, how many vertices/corners they have and that they are all flat. 

 

This song is useful for teaching the children the properties of 2D shapes - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24Uv8Cl5hvI  I would pause it after each shape and ask the children their understanding and check their memory of the shapes, if they are finding this difficult just focus on: circle, square, triangle and rectangle. There is also a bbc bitesize lesson dedicated to naming the properties - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zqdrf82

 

The children can write and record these in their homework book in a table like the one below.

There is a learn screen and activity on Education City to support this learning.

 

Shapes, Sides and Vertices of 2D shapes

Maths Week 7 - Fractions (Week beginning 13.7.20)

This week we will be looking at fractions. We will be focusing on fractions, primarily looking at finding 1/3, 1/4, 1/2 moving on to looking at 2/3, ¾ and 2/4 of shapes and numbers, stretching the children’s understanding. Complete the Activities on Education City and Purple Mash, and if you want more practise have a go at the worksheets below.

Maths Week 6 - Subtraction (Week beginning 6.7.20)

This week we will be looking at subtraction. We will be focusing on perfecting the partitioning method (see the picture below) to complete calculations using 2 digit and 3 digit numbers, missing number calculations, solving 1 and 2 step word problems and using the inverse (opposite) to solve calculations. If you find it hard using the partition method, use the base 10 drawings to complete the calculations. There are activities on Education City and Purple Mash, and if you want more practise have a go at the worksheets that are downloadable. 

Maths Week 5 - Addition (Week beginning 29.6.20)

This week in Maths we will be revisiting Addition. Our main focus would be on learning how to add two 2 digit numbers, for example 37 + 25 = trying to develop the understanding of using the partitioning method. Try to write down some calculations or use the worksheets below to do your calculations. Remember to try and use the partitioning method or draw the base 10 to help like we would do in class (See the picture below). See if you can teach your mum, dad, brother or sister the way we do it in school! As well as this we will be looking at, solving addition word problems, and looking at solving missing number calculations too. Practise some calculations then have a go at the Purple Mash and Education City Activities.

We are looking at dividing this week using groups and multiplication facts to help with calculations. We will be focusing on dividing by 2, 5 and 10 solving calculations and number problems. Use the drawings below to help you with your calculations. Complete the Activities on Education City and Purple Mash, and if you want more practise have a go at the worksheets below.

Division by Grouping Tutorial

Tutorial on Division by Grouping Solving Word Problems Using Pictures, Numbers & Words

Maths Week 3 – Multiplication (Week beginning 15.6.20)

This week we will be looking at multiplication. We are looking at multiplication looking at calculating how to multiply two numbers by using arrays or solving calculations mentally. We will be looking at multiply by 2, 5 and 10 mentally and using arrays to multiply by 3 and 4. Look below at a reminder of how to do arrays if you are unsure of how to complete the multiplications in your head. Complete the Activities on Education City and Purple Mash, and if you want more practise have a go at the worksheets below.

 

Maths Week 2 – Money (Week beginning 8.6.20)

This week we will be looking at money, it might be important to recap recognising the different coins and notes we use in England to help you to remember. Then you will need to use the learn screens on Education City to help you to count coins, add together amounts and find change, using addition and subtraction to solve money problems. Once you have done this you can complete the activities on Education City and Purple Mash to check your understanding. There are lots of money worksheets below if you want to print them out.

Maths Week 1 - Statistics (Week beginning 1.6.20)

This week we will be looking at Statistics in Maths,looking at how we organise`information into tables, graphs and charts. Below are some YouTube videos to help your children learn about Pictographs, Bar Graphs and other types of ways to sort data. Watch the videos below, follow the learn screens on Education City then complete the activities on there and on Purple Mash. There will be some Statistics activity sheets below the learning videos to print and practise at home.

 

Challenge: As a challenge can you hunt for minibeasts in your back garden, making a tally chart of the insects you see and use your findings to make a bar graph or pictograph to record how many you found.

Creating Bar Graphs

Learn all about Picture Graphs (Pictograms)

Maths Week 5 - Measures (Week beginning 18.5.20)

This week we will be looking at measures (capacity, length & height and mass). We will be looking at reading length & height in centimetres and metres, capacity (the amount of liquid something holds) in millilitres and litres and mass (the weight of an object) in grams and kilograms. Use the conversions chart below to help you to understand how many grams make a kilogram, millilitres make a litre and centimetres make a metre. Start with the learn screens on Education City to help your understanding then complete the activities on there and on Purple Mash.

Maths Week 4 - Time (Week beginning 11.5.20)

This week we will be looking at reading the time, first we will look at reading the minute hand (the big hand) starting with o’clock, quarter past, half past and quarter to. Then learning to read the time in five minute intervals. We will then use the hour hand (the small one) to understand which hour we are in or going to.

Look at the clock video below to help you learn the 5 minute intervals and look through the PowerPoint it will teach you how to read the time. Once you have learnt these start with the Learn Screens on Education City to teach you some more then complete the activities on there and Purple Mash. There are some worksheets for you to complete below too.

Telling Time to 5-minute Intervals

Matholia educational maths video on telling time to 5-minute intervals. For more maths videos for kids and loads of interactive content, visit matholia.com.

Maths Week 3 - Subtraction (Week beginning 4.5.20)

This week in Maths our main focus would be on learning how to subtract a 2 digit number from another, for example 37 - 25 =. Try to write down some calculations or use the worksheets below to do your calculations. Remember to try and use the partitioning method or draw the base 10 to help. like we would do in class (See the picture below). See if you can teach your mum, dad, brother or sister the way we do it in school! Start with calculations that don't cross 10s, for example 47 - 15 = and 36 - 23 = then move onto crossing 10s (36 - 18 = and 42 - 24 =).  As well as this we will be looking at solving subtraction word problems and using the inverse (opposite) to solve missing number calculations, for example 24 + __ = 32. Practise some calculations then have a go at the Purple Mash and Education City Activities.

Maths Week 2 - Addition (Week beginning 27.4.20)

This week in Maths our main focus would be on learning how to add two 2 digit numbers, for example 37 + 25 =. Try to write down some calculations or use the worksheets below to do your calculations. Remember to try and use the partitioning method or draw the base 10 to help like we would do in class (See the picture below). See if you can teach your mum, dad, brother or sister the way we do it in school! As well as this we will be looking at adding three 1 digit numbers for example 7+6+3= and solving some word problems. Practise some calculations then have a go at the Purple Mash and Education City Activities.

 

Here are some useful links to pages on Espresso which might help you with your maths.

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