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Maths Learning

Friday 17th July 


Boys and girls you have worked so hard in maths this year and we are so proud of each and every one of you. When in school you were all so keen to learn more and more in maths!! We hope you continue to shine in maths as you now all move into Year 3!!


For maths today we have attached a maths summer themed learning pack. In this pack there are a range of maths activities using all the skills you have learnt this year. You might like to spend some time today completing some of these activities. 


If you don’t have a printer you might like to look through the activities and choose one you can do on a piece of paper from the screen. 


There are several activities in this pack so you might like to print them all off, in case you would like something to do when you have a quiet moment in the summer holiday break.



Optional Activities


Don’t forget to use these online website resources today and during the holiday to keen your maths mind working.

Thursday 16th July 


We hope that yesterday you enjoyed beginning some Year 3 maths challenges. Today we are going to complete the rest of the activities in the booklet.

We would like you to have a go at the fractions flags, making measures game and 2D shape colouring. If you are unable to print these, please don’t worry as you can create your own versions of all of these activities on paper. You could even create your own 2D shape monster! 


If you missed this task yesterday, you can find the booklet attached below:



Optional Activities


You might also like to practise your maths on these online resources if you have some time today!


Wednesday 15th July


You have all been such super mathematicians in Year 2! Over the next two days, you are going to have a go at some activities from a ‘Moving in to Year 3’ maths booklet which will give you a bit of an idea of the sorts of maths learning you will do.


Today we would like you to complete the first two pages of the booklet which are the ‘place value puzzle’ and the ‘calculation course’. We suggest that you look at these with a grown up as you may need to talk through the clues from the place value puzzle together. Don’t worry if you don’t have a printer, you can write your answers down on some paper. 

Good luck! You will complete the rest of the activities in the booklet tomorrow. 


Optional Activities


You might also like to practise your maths on these online resources if you have some time today!

Tuesday 14th July

Being able to to mentally add and subtract numbers will be a great help when moving into Year 3. This is something that you could practise today but also practise and improve over the summer holidays in preparation for Year 3. 


Today you are going to practise adding and subtracting numbers in your head. To do this you will need to use your number knowledge. Below are some things you need to think about when adding larger numbers in your head:

  • Remember your number bonds. For example 35 + 5 =. I know 5 + 5 = 10 so I can quickly work out 35 + 5 = 40
  • Remember to add the tens in your head and then your units. For example 45 + 24 = I do 45 + 20 = 65 and then 65 + 4 = 69
  • Use your fingers to help add your tens and units if needed. 
  • Another way is to add your tens together and add your units together. Then you can put the answer together. For example 23 + 33 = I could do 20 + 30 = 50 and 3 + 3 = 6. Then put these back together = 56. 


To help improve your mental maths, you could get your grown up to add you several number sentences. Start with smaller and easier number sentences and then gradually make them harder. 



  • Practise your mental maths by printing the document below and find the answer by solving these mentally in your head. If you don’t have a printer you or your grown up could write a selection of number sentences for you to mentally solve. 
  • Practise your addition and subtraction on your maths shed. Use your logins from inside your yellow logs. Year 2 is not currently in the top 10 spaces on the leader table for Maths Shed. Let’s see if we can end the year nearer the top of the leaderboard!!

Monday 13th June

Today we would like you to practise your number bond recall. You should now be really good at your number bonds to 10 and to 20 so today you are going to practise number bonds to 100. 


Remember when doing number bonds to 100 you can use the number bonds to 10 to help. Complete the activity below to remind yourself how we can use our number bonds to 10 to help us when doing number bonds to 100, you can write the number sentences on lined paper.

We have assigned number bonds to 100 to you on Maths Shed, for you to practise. Can you get Year 2 into the top 10 of the Maths Shed leaderboard? Find your logins inside your yellow logs.



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