Year 2 Maths Mastery
The mastery approach continues to encourage children to move from using concrete objects (cubes, counters etc) to pictorial representations (bar models, number lines etc) and finally to the abstract.
The aim is to ensure that all children can become fluent in mathematics and be able to reason and solve problems. By the end of the year children should be able to use facts and procedures confidently, recall key facts and be able to explain their thinking.
We have organised the terms using a typical maths mastery block programme. At the moment we have included enough material for one worksheet/set a day. See the links below for more detail about each block.
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Have a look at some of our popular resources in this category.
Finding halves and quarters of small numbers.
Begin to read the time to a quarter hour.
Begin to read the time to 5 minute intervals.
More counting coins, this time including the 5p coin as well as making totals from the 3 values.
Good practice at division and could be used as a speed challenge to test knowledge of tables.
Measuring the heights of objects with a centimetre rule.