Key Stage One : Maths : Year Two Planning : Term One : Number Order

This maths teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to identify and record the sequence of a selection of two digit numbers by the place value of their numerical digits when representing their order using concrete equipment and diagrams. The class can show the order of different numbers by recording them in words and digits.

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This teaching pack includes five lessons to teach the class to identify and record the sequence of two digit numbers by the place value of their numerical digits. There are activities for shared, independent and group learning.

This scheme of work for maths is recommended for Year Two in Key Stage One although it could also be easily differentiated for children in other ages and classes to use.

Skills covered in this teaching pack include reading and writing numbers in words and digits, showing the sequence of numbers to one hundred, identifying the tens and ones in two digit numbers and ordering numbers using number lines with different divisions.

Lesson One : Number Tracks

Complete diagrams to identify the sequence of numbers to fifty. The class can use sets of counters to model each of the numbers added to each track to record number order in steps of one. Preview this lesson.

Lesson Two : Shapes and Digits

Identify and record the place value of digits in different numbers to fifty. The class can use diagrams to record the tens and ones to match the numerals in a range of numbers with two digits.

Lesson Three : Number Frames

Use diagrams to represent numbers to one hundred in words and digits. The class can generate some two digit numbers and then record the tens and ones that can be combined to make each number.

Lesson Four : Words and Digits

Match, compare and order different two digit numbers written in words and digits from smallest to biggest. The class can link words written in each number to the corresponding numerical digits.

Lesson Five : Number Lines

record the position of different two digit numbers on different sized scales that extend from zero to one hundred. The class can explain why they have positioned each of the numbers in different places along a number line from different starting and ending numbers.

Lesson plan number lines Activity number cards (colour, black and white) Activity number lines template (colour, black and white) Presentation words and digits Presentation number lines

Buy this teaching pack including lesson plans, classroom activities and interactive presentations to teach the children to identify and record the sequence of two digit numbers by the place value of their numerical digits

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