This Year 2 Tens and Ones 1 lesson covers the prior learning of representing tens and ones, before moving onto the main skill of tens and ones using a part whole model.
The lesson starts with a prior learning worksheet to check pupils’ understanding. If they need more practice, you can choose other resources for that step. The interactive lesson slides recap the prior learning before moving on to the main skill. Children can then practise further by completing the activities and can extend their learning by completing an engaging extension task.
National Curriculum Objective
Mathematics Year 2: (2N2a) Read and write numbers to at least 100 in numerals and in words
Mathematics Year 2: (2N3) Recognise the place value of each digit in a two-digit number (tens and ones)
Mathematics Year 2: (2N4) Identify, represent and estimate numbers using different representations, including the number line
Mathematics Year 2: (2N6) Use place value and number facts to solve problems
This worksheet recaps prior learning of representing tens and ones, before moving onto the main skill of tens and ones using a part whole model.
This Year 1 Tens and Ones Game checks pupils’ understanding of the value of each digit when partitioning 2-digit numbers.
These lesson slides guides pupils through the prior learning of representing tens and ones, before moving onto the main skill of tens and ones. There are a number of questions to check pupils' understanding throughout.
These are the same as the lesson slides on Classroom Secrets. You can assign this as an activity for pupils to access individually in school or remotely from home.
In this Tens and Ones Part Whole Model Video Tutorial, Katie shows pupils how to partition a 2-digit number into tens and ones and how to represent it in a part-whole model.
This worksheet includes varied fluency, reasoning and problem solving questions for pupils to practise the main skill of tens and ones using a part whole model.
Play this Year 2 Tens and Ones Game to practise your knowledge of counting and partitioning numbers within 100.
How many tens? How many ones? Is there a different way of partitioning a number using a part-whole model? Test your knowledge by answering 5 questions with this Tens and Ones with a Part Whole Model Game.
This tens and ones extension task includes a challenge activity which can be used to further pupils' understanding of the concepts taught in the tens and ones lesson.
This Year 2 Place Value Problems Maths Challenge aims to challenge pupils’ understanding of place value.
This Year 2 Place Value in a Two-Digit Number Maths Challenge 1 aims to challenge pupils' understanding of place value.