Covers: Activity Resources Relation to National Curriculum Downloads
Activity One - Writing Numbers

Activity 1

Writing Numbers
Activity Two - Scoop and Group

Activity 2

Scoop and Group
Activity Three - Partitioning 2–Digit Numbers

Activity 3

Partitioning 2–Digit Numbers
Activity Four - Number Lines

Activity 4

Number Lines
Activity Five - 100 Grid

Activity 5

100 Grid
Activity Six - Comparing Numbers

Activity 6

Comparing Numbers
Activity Seven - Ordering Numbers

Activity 7

Ordering Numbers
Activity Eight - Combining Tens And Ones

Activity 8

Combining Tens And Ones

Place Value: Two Activities

Activity One - Writing Numbers

Activity 1

Writing Numbers

Hands-On Activities:
Activity Two - Partitioning 2–Digit Numbers

Activity 2

Partitioning 2–Digit Numbers

Hands-On Activities:
  • Play dough / salt dough
  • Rolling pin
  • Shape cutters
  • Play knife
  • Bowls
Activity Three - Number Lines

Activity 3

Number Lines

Hands-On Activities:
  • Number Cards
  • Pencil
  • Number of objects such as cubes, buttons or toy cars
  • Paper plate
  • Marker pen
Activity Four - Number Lines

Activity 4

Number Lines

Hands-On Activities:

Place Value: A Mathematics Topic for Year Two Students

Understanding the magic of place value is a key ingredient for our little math wizards in key stage one and year two. To sprinkle some fun into learning, we've conjured up a batch of exciting activities that will make numbers jump off the page and into their hearts!

  1. Writing Numbers: Practice writing numbers correctly to reinforce understanding.
  2. Scoop and Group: Hands-on activity to help students visualize grouping numbers.
  3. Partitioning 2-Digit Numbers: Break down numbers into tens and ones for better comprehension.
  4. Number Lines: Utilize number lines to represent and compare numbers.
  5. 100 Grid: Explore numbers up to 100 on a grid for a visual representation.
  6. Comparing Numbers: Learn how to compare different numbers effectively.
  7. Ordering Numbers: Practice arranging numbers in ascending or descending order.
  8. Combining Tens and Ones: Understand how tens and ones work together to form larger numbers.

Detailed lesson plans and worksheets accompany each activity to assist educators and families involved in home education. Together, these resources aim to create a vibrant learning environment that promotes a deep understanding of place value.

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