After Easter the children will be exploring place value, they need to be able to state the number of tens and ones in a given number. For example:
Check out the following websites where you can learn more about tens and ones, including partitioning.
Our next area of learning in Maths is time. The children need to be able to read the time to the nearest five minutes as well as remembering how to read o’clock, half past and quarter to/past.
Checkout the following website for telling the time: http://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/117/telling_the_time_in_words# Choose ‘Telling the Time’.
Check out the attached repeated patterns problems. Can you solve them?
Y2 Problems – Spring 2 – repeated patterns
Next week in Maths the children will be exploring pattern. They have to be able to identify what comes next in a repeated pattern. Check out the following website to practise working out what comes next:
You could even make some repeated patterns of your own using your toys. Why not have a go, choose 3 different toys, e.g. car, animal, animal, car, animal, animal.
Next week we will be exploring how to write fractions:
We will also we exploring which fractions are equivalent to each other.
They also need to know that 1/3 is the same as 2/6 or 3/9.
To celebrate World Book Day, Year 2 came to school today dressed as characters from the story Aladdin. Their costumes look fantastic, take a look at the pictures!