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Please remember there is lots of maths around, the children could go on a shape hunt, looking both 2D and 3D shapes. Baking is a great way for the children to learn about measure, in terms of weighing the ingredients and following instructions for English. Learning how to tell the time, in hourly, half-hourly, 15 minute and 5 minute intervals. Working with money, the value of the coins and notes and different ways to make different amounts of money, real-life problems involving money.

Can the children list ten items from the kitchen and bathroom cupboards, list them and write their weights and then order them from smallest to largest. Can they repeat the activity with bottles and volumes?

Please feel free to continue with the times-tables tests with the children, they can write these in the back of their times-tables books. Please limit this to once a week and if they find the times-table difficult then they stay on that particular one until they are secure with it. By the end of year 2 they should be able to recall 2, 3, 5 and 10 times-tables.


The attached learning grid has many more ideas.


Key number skills with hit the button.

Learn your times tables with times tables rock-stars. Our postcode is M33 5NW

White Rose Maths is a wonderfully rich website with daily lessons for each year group. Each lesson shows a short video clip and is then followed by some challenges. Doing these as regularly as possible will really help the children with their maths.
White Rose Maths https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

Maths Learning Grid