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Understand doubles/halves to 20

Procedural Fluency
Maths
Y2

Day 1
Children find the doubles of numbers on a dartboard.

Day 2
Children use what they have learnt about ‘strip diagrams’ to find missing numbers in doubling and halving sentences.

Day 3
At a cake sale, children calculate the new prices of cakes that are now half price.

Tell the time; introduce 5-min intervals

Procedural Fluency
Maths
Y2

Day 1 Children write times in words under analogue and digital clocks. Times to nearest 1/2 hour. They also order times and match to daily events.

Day 2 Children order times to the nearest 1/2 hour throughout the day, using both digital and analogue formats.

Day 3 Children write times to the 1/4 hour, in words, alongside analogue clocks

Day 4 Children write 1/4 past and to times in written, digital and analogue formats. Some children also calculate 1/2 hour time differences.

Place value in 2-digit numbers

Procedural Fluency
Maths
Y2

Day 1
Count in 10s to continue sequences or complete place value additions and subtractions.

Day 2
Partition and make 2-digit numbers and record them as number sentences.

Day 3
Solve place value addition and subtraction problems.

Understand multiplication as sets

Procedural Fluency
Maths
Y2

Day 1
Children continue to reason about number patterns, counting in 2s and 10s.

Day 2
Children work out how many 2ps (to 24p) or 10ps (to 90p) are needed to pay for items in a shop.

Understand hours, minutes, seconds

Procedural Fluency
Maths
Y2

Day 1
Decide whether it is possible to complete stated activities in 30 seconds.

Day 2
Complete tasks to help develop understanding of the length of 1 minute.

Use facts/patterns to add/subtract

Procedural Fluency
Maths
Y2

Day 1
Train Journey. Children add single digit numbers to keep a running total of the number of passengers on a train.

Day 2
Being a teacher. Children mark addition problems that have been solved. Children to use their chosen method for each addition.

Day 3
Match subtraction calculations to correct answers by counting back or using number facts.