Mathematics Schemes - Grade 2 Schemes of Work Term 1 2023

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WEEK

LESSON

STRAND THEME

SUB STRAND

SPECIFIC LEARNING OUTCOMES

KEY INQUIRY QUESTIONS

LEARNER EXPERIENCE

LEARNING RESOURCES

ASSESSMENT METHODS

REFLECTION

1

1

NUMBERS

Numbers concept Reading 1-50

By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to:

Read   1-50   in symbols

Can count numbers from 1-50 in symbols

Learners to read number names from 1-50 from the chart

Chart

Number

cards

Oral questions

Observation

 

 

2

NUMBERS

Representing number 1-50

Represent number 1-50 using concrete objects in the environment

What can we use to represent number 1- 50?

Learners in groups to represent number 1-50 using safe concrete objects

Concrete objects Counters

Oral questions

Observation

 

 

3

NUMBERS

Filling in missing numbers

Filling in number 1-50 in their work books

How can we find missing numbers

Learners to fill in missing numbers from 1-50

Chart

Oral questions

Written exercise

 

 

4

NUMBERS

Reading numbers 50- 100

Read numbers 50-100 using symbols in the chart

Can you find number of objects from number 50- 100?

Learners read number names from 50-100 from the chart

Chart

Oral questions

observations

 

 

5

NUMBERS

Representing numbers 50-100

Represent number 50- 100 using concrete objects in the environment

What can we use to represent number 50-100?

Learners to represent numbers from 50-100 using safe concrete objects

Counters

Oral questions

observations

 

2

1

NUMBERS

Filling in missing numbers

Fill in missing numbers from number 50- 100 using in their books

How can we find missing numbers

Learners to fill in missing numbers from 50-100

Chart

Oral

 

 

2

NUMBERS

Playing games

Playing games with numbers

How many times in groups can they count numbers 1- 100

Learners to play games of have you counted?

Concrete objects representing groups with numbers

Observations

 

 

3

NUMBERS

Filling in missing numbers

Fill in missing numbers from  1- 100 in their workbooks

Which is the missing number?

Learners to fill in missing numbers 1-100

Chart

Oral questions

Written exercise

 

 

4

NUMBERS

Whole numbers

By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to count numbers 1-50 forward and backwards in a sequence

What is the next number?

Learners to count numbers 1-50 forward and backwards

Number

line chart

Observation

Oral questions

 

 

5

NUMBERS

Whole numbers

By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to count numbers 50 forward and backwards in a sequence

What is the next number?

Learners to count numbers 50-100 forward and backwards

Number

line chart

Observation

Oral questions

 

3

1

NUMBERS

Counting in 2s forward

Count numbers in 2s forward in pairs or groups

What is the next number going forward?

Learners in 2s should be able to count in 2s forward

Number

line

Oral questions

 

 

2

NUMBERS

Counting in 2s backward

Count numbers in 2s backward in pairs or groups

What is the next number going backward?

Learners in 2s should be able to count in 2s backward

Number line

Oral questions

 

 

3

NUMBERS

Whole numbers

By the end of the sub strand the learner should be able to count

How do you get the next number in a pattern?

Learners to count in 5s forward in groups or pairs

Number line

Oral questions

Observation

 

4

1

NUMBERS

Fractions- Circular cut outs in quarter

Fold circular paper cut outs in to 4 equal parts and make a quarter

How many parts are shaded?

Learners in pairs to fold paper cuts to get 4 equal parts and identify it as a quarter

Paper cut outs

Observation

Oral questions

 

 

2-3

NUMBERS

Rectangular cut outs in 4 equal parts

Fold rectangular paper cut outs in to 4 equal parts and make a quarter

How many parts are they?

Learners in pairs to fold paper cuts to get 4 equal parts and identify it as a quarter

Paper cut outs

Observation

Oral questions

 

 

4-5

NUMBERS

Comparing fractions in size

Compare fractions in size to find out which is bigger or smaller

Which one is big?

Learners should be able to compare sizes of fractions

Paper cut outs

Observation

Oral questions

 

5

1

NUMBERS

Digital games with fractions

Play digital games with fractions

Which fractions can you see?

Learners should be able to play digital games involving fractions

Laptops

Observation

Oral questions

 

 

2-3

NUMBERS

Fractions

Practice cutting out halves and quarters

How many parts do you get when you share a fruit among 2?

Learners in pairs/groups making halves and quarters of a whole

Paper cut outs A fruit

Observation

Oral questions

 

 

4

NUMBERS

Addition

By the end of the sub strand, the learner should be able to add single digits horizontally

How do you arrange digits when adding horizontally?

Learners to add single digits horizontally

Number

line

Written exercise

 

 

5

NUMBERS

Addition

Add single digits vertically

How do you add single digits vertically?

Learners to add single digits vertically

Number line

counters

Written exercise

 

6

1

NUMBERS

Addition

Work out word problems involving single digits

How do we add single digits?

Learners to come up with additional word problems

Counters

Written exercise

 

 

2-3

NUMBERS

Addition

The learner should be able to add a 2 digit number to a 1 digit number with sum not exceeding 100 without regrouping

How we align a 2 digit number and a 1 digit number vertically in order to add?

Learners to a 2 digit number to a 1 digit number without regrouping

Counters

Written exercise

Observations

Oral questions

 

 

4-5

NUMBERS

Addition

Add a 2 digit number to a 1 digit number with sum not exceeding 100 with regrouping

When do we regroup?

Learners to a 2 digit number to a 1 digit number with regrouping

Counters

Written exercise

 

7

1

NUMBERS

Addition

The learner should work out word problems involving 2 digit and 1 digit

Which word means same as addition?

Learners to understand other words that mean same as addition

Counters

Written exercise

Observation

 

 

2

NUMBERS

Addition

The learner should be able to add single digit number up to a sum of 20 horizontally

How do we get the sum of 3 single digits?

Learners in pairs/ groups to practice addition of 3 single digits

Counters

Written exercise

Observation

 

 

3

NUMBERS

Addition

The learner should be able to add single digit number up to a sum of 20 vertically

How do you align numbers when working with 3 digit numbers?

Learners to work out sum of 3 digit

numbers vertically according to place value

Bottle tops Counters

Written exercise

 

 

4-5

NUMBERS

Addition

The learner should be able to work out word problems involving 3 single digits

How we arrange numbers when working with 3 digit numbers?

Learners should be able to collect different safe objects and use hem in addition of 3 single digit numbers

Counters

Written exercise

 

8

1

NUMBERS

Addition

The learner should be able to practice addition by skipping on the number line

How do we use a number line when counting?

Learners to practice addition by skipping on the number line

Number line drawn on the floor

Written exercise

 

 

2-4

NUMBERS

Addition

The learner should be able to practice breaking numbers apart to make 10

When do you break apart numbers to make 10?

Learners to break numbers apart to make 10

workbooks

Written exercise

 

 

5

NUMBERS

Addition

The learner should be able to come up with different ways of adding 2- digit numbers without regrouping

How can you align a 2 digit number vertically in order to add?

Learners to add a 2- digit numbers without regrouping

Counters

Written exercise

 

9

1-2

NUMBERS

Addition

The learner should be able to come up with different ways of adding 2- digit numbers with regrouping

How can you align a 2 digit number vertically in order to add?

Learners to add a 2- digit numbers with regrouping

Counters

Written exercise

 

 

3

NUMBERS

Addition

The learner should be able to play digital games involving addition

Which digital games can you play involving addition?

Learners to play digital games involving addition

Laptop

Observation

 

 

4

NUMBERS

Addition

The learner should be able to make patterns in groups using numbers up to 100

How can you make patterns in groups using numbers up to 100

Learners in groups to make patterns using numbers up to

Number chart

Written exercise

 

 

5

NUMBERS

Addition

The learner should be able to work out missing numbers involving addition of whole numbers up to 100

How do work out missing numbers in patterns involving addition?

Learners work out missing numbers involving addition in patterns

Counters

Written exercise

 

 

1

NUMBERS

Addition

The learner should be able to work out missing numbers involving addition of whole numbers up to 100

How do work out missing numbers in patterns involving addition?

Learners work out missing numbers involving addition in patterns

Counters

Written exercise

 

 

2

NUMBERS

Subtraction

The learner should be able to work out subtraction of single digits

How do work out subtraction of 2 single digits numbers

Learners work out subtraction of 2 single digits numbers

Counters

Written exercise

 

 

 

3

 

NUMBERS

 

Subtraction

 

The learner should be able to work out subtraction of 1 digit number from 2 digit number

How do work out subtraction 1 digit number from 2 digit number

Learners work out subtraction 1 digit number from 2 digit number

 

Counters

 

Written exercise

 

 

 

 

4-5

NUMBERS

Subtraction

The learner should be able to work out subtraction up to 2 digit number without regrouping

What is the place value

Learners work out subtraction up to 2 digit number without regrouping

Counters

Written exercise

 

 

1-2

NUMBERS

Subtraction

The learner should be able to work out subtraction up to 2 digit number with regrouping

How do we regroup?

Learners work out subtraction up to 2 digit number with regrouping

Counters

Written exercise

 

 

3-4

NUMBERS

Subtraction

The learner should be able to work out subtraction up to 2 digit number with regrouping

How do we regroup?

Learners work out subtraction up to 2 digit number with regrouping

Counters

Written exercise

 

 

5

NUMBERS

Subtraction

The learner should be able to work out  a mixed exercise subtraction with and without regrouping

How do we regroup?

Learners work out subtraction with and without regrouping

Counters

Written exercise

 

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