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Monday 30th March

Good morning Year 2, I hope you and all your family are well. Welcome to the second week of our home learning. I hope you managed to complete all of last week’s tasks and are ready to do more work today.

  

During today I would like you to complete the following tasks;

 

I would like you to spend 10 minutes today on Times Tables Rockstars and 10 minutes on Hit the Button working on division facts. You don’t have to do it all in one go but I want you to keep on trying to improve your speed and accuracy. If you made more mistakes with a particular table on Friday, then focus your practice time on that one.

 

Today I want you to complete some work on partitioning on pages 14 and 15 of your workbook. Read page 14 and then complete the task on page 15. Think carefully about how much each column is worth and ask your adult to give you 10 more 2- and 3-digit numbers to partition. You can write them into your blue maths book. I have also attached a pdf file at the bottom of the page called Place Value Charts. There are 9 questions altogether spread over 3 pages and I would like you to do all of them please. You can either print the pages off or write the answers straight into your blue maths book. The last page on the attachment has the answers so you can either mark your own work or ask your adult to mark it for you.

 

To support your learning there is a place value game on Top Marks. If your adult types Top Marks into Google, clicks on maths games, 7-11year olds, place value.

  • Place Value charts – when you click on to the game if you then click the Union Jack and you can play TU, HTU and ThHTU on both the numbers and the words side.

 

Throughout this week could you also practice naming and describing 3D shapes

 

In Year 2, we have to be able to name a cylinder, cube, cone, cuboid, sphere, square-based pyramid and triangular-based pyramid correctly. We also need to be able to say what shape their faces are, how many faces they have, how many edges they have and how many vertices they have. You can use all sorts of real objects in your home to practice this and there are lots of clips and songs on youtube to help you remember.

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