# Multiplication

This week in Maths, we have started to look at multiplication. We used minion strips to help us represent ‘repeated addition’ and ‘groups of’. The children worked collaboratively to solve some problems.

Filed under Uncategorized | Comment (0)# Maths with Mr Dickinson

During our Maths lesson with Mr Dickinson, we started to look at fractions. We used the bar model to help us. We then moved on to look at halving and doubling and counting in multiples of 2s, 3s and 5s

Filed under Uncategorized | Comment (0)# Column Addition

In Maths, we have been looking at adding two digit numbers using the column method. We started off using Base 10 and then moved on to place value counters.

Filed under Uncategorized | Comment (0)# Maths at home

Well done to these boys for working hard on Sumdog at home. Keep up the good work! Lets see if anybody else can join in tomorrow.

Filed under Uncategorized | Comment (0)# Measurement

During Maths this week, we have been learning about measurement. We found out that you can use different units of measure to measure things. We measured things accurately and have been estimating the length and weight of objects.

Filed under Uncategorized | Comment (0)# Mr Dickinson

Today, Year 2 had a great maths lesson with Mr Dickinson doing a range of activities based on counting in 1s, 10s and 5s and place value.

Filed under Uncategorized | Comment (0)# Using Dominoes in Maths

In Maths, we have been looking at solving different addition and subtraction calculations. We used dominoes to help us understand that addition can be done in any order.

Filed under Uncategorized | Comment (0)# Collaborative Learning

We have been learning to use a Numbered Heads together to help us solve some problems. The children worked really well together, and listened to each other’s ideas.

Filed under Uncategorized | Comment (0)# Addition

We have been using Base 10 to help us to add two 2-digit numbers. We worked collaboratively to support each other.

Filed under Uncategorized | Comment (0)# How many more to make 20?

The children have been using the ‘part part whole’ model to find numberbonds to 10 and 20.

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