Week 
Lesson 
Strand 
SubStrand 
Specific Learning Outcomes 
Key Inquiry Questions 
Learning Experiences 
Learning Resources 
Assessment 
Remarks 
1 
1 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to play digital games involving addition 
Which digital games involving addition can you play? 
Learner’s in pairs /groups to play digital games involving addition 
Laptop/desktop Counters JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 39 
Observation 


2 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson 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 to100? 
Learner’s in pairs /groups to make patterns using numbers up to 100 
Counters JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 39 
Observation writing exercises 


3 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers involving addition of whole numbers up to 100 
How do we work out missing numbers in patters involving addition? 
Learner to work out the missing number in patterns involving addition 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 40 
In class writing exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers involving addition of whole numbers up to 100 
How can we complete the pattern? 
Learner’s in pairs/groups to complete the patterns that involves addition 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 4243 



5 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers involving addition of whole numbers up to 100 
What is the next number? 
Learner’s to find out the next number in the pattern 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 44 


2 
1 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to 2digit numbers without regrouping 
How many remains? 
Learner’s in pairs/groups to subtract single digit numbers by comparing groups of objects 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 45 Sticks Stones 
observation 


2 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to 2digit numbers without regrouping 
How many do we remain with? 
Learner’s in groups to collecting concrete objects, count them and others to take away some and find the remaining number 
Sticks Pens books JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 45 
Oral exercise Observation 


3 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to 2digit numbers without regrouping 
How can we subtract two single digits vertically? 
Learner’s to practice subtracting single digits vertically 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 45 
Writing exercise Observation 


4 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to 2digit numbers without regrouping 
How can we subtract a 1digit number from a 2digit number vertically? 
Learner’s to work out subtraction of 1digit numbers from 2digit numbers aligned vertically and horizontally 
Chalk board Charts JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 46 
Writing exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to 2digit numbers without regrouping 
How many will remain? 
Learner’s to work out subtraction up to 2digit number according to place value 
Chalk board Charts JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 47 
In class writing exercise 

3 
1 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to 2digit numbers without regrouping 
How do we regroup? 
Learner’s to work out subtraction up to 2digit number without regrouping 
Charts Work books JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 48 
Writing exercise Observation 


2 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtracts the 10’s numbers 
How do we break apart numbers to make a 10? 
Learner’s to work out subtraction problems involves the 10’s numbers 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 49 
Writing exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to subtract up to 2digit numbers without regrouping 
How do we subtract a 2digit number from a 2digit number? 
Learner’s to practice subtracting 2digit numbers from 2digit numbers 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 50 Charts Work books 
In class writing exercises 


4 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use the relationship between addition and subtraction in working out problems 
What is the relationship between addition and subtraction? 
Learner’s to discuss the relationship between addition and subtraction using number families 
Chalk board JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 51 
Oral exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to use the relationship between addition and subtraction in working out problems 
How can we add and subtract? 
Learner’s to discuss the relationship between addition and subtraction using number families 
Work book Chalk board JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 52 
Writing exercise 

4 
1 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers in subtraction of up to2 digit numbers 
How do we find the missing number? 
Learner’s to find out the missing in subtraction of up to 2digit numbers 
Chalkboard JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 53 
Writing exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers in subtraction of up to2digit numbers 
Can we fil in the missing numbers? 
Learner’s to fill in the missing numbers in problems involving subtraction 
Work book Chalk board JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 54 
Writing exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers in subtraction of up to2digit numbers 
Can we work out word problems involving subtraction? 
Learner’s to read aloud and solve word problems involving subtraction 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 55 
Oral exercise Writing exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers in subtraction of up to2digit numbers 
Which number is missing? 
Learner’s to fill in the missing numbers in problems involving subtraction 
Chalkboard Work books JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 5556 
Observation Writing exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out missing numbers in subtraction of up to2digit numbers 
Can we fill the missing number using a number line? 
Learner’s to work out the missing numbers using a number line 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 56 
Writing exercise Oral exercise 

5 
1 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out the missing numbers in patterns involving subtraction up to 100 
How do you work out missing numbers in patterns involving subtraction? 
Learner’s to practice completing the pattern 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 57 Work book 
Writing exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out the missing numbers in patterns involving subtraction up to 100 
Can we find the next number in the pattern? 
Learner’s to work out the next number in patterns involving subtraction 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 58 
Writing exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out the missing numbers in patterns involving subtraction up to 100 
Can we find the next number in the pattern? 
Learner’s to work out the next number in patterns involving subtraction 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 58 
Writing exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out the missing numbers in patterns involving subtraction up to 100 
What is the next number in the pattern? 
Learner’s in pairs/groups to find the next number in the pattern through subtraction 
Work grades chalkboard JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 59 
Oral exercise Writing exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Subtraction 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out the missing numbers in patterns involving subtraction up to 100 
Can we play games that involves finding the next number? 
Learner’s in pairs /groups to play games that involves getting a next number by subtraction 
Songs Games 
Oral exercises Writing exercise 

6 
1 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent multiplication as repeated addition using numbers1,2,3,4 and 5 up to five times 
How do you represent multiplication as a repeated addition/ 
Learner’s in pairs/groups to use counters to represent multiplication as repeated addition 
Counters 
Oral exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent multiplication as repeated addition using numbers1,2,3,4 and 5 up to five times 
Can we count in two’s? 
Learner’s to use counters in counting in twos to represent multiplication as repeated addition 
Counters JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 60 
Observation Oral exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent multiplication as repeated addition using numbers1,2,3,4 and 5 up to five times 
Can we count in group of threes’? 
Learner’s in pairs/groups to represent multiplication as repeated addition 
Chalkboard JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 61 
Observation



4 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent multiplication as repeated addition using numbers1,2,3,4 and 5 up to five times 
Can we count in four’s? 
Learner’s in pairs/groups to represent multiplication as repeated addition Learner’s to count objects in four’s 
Counters JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 62 
Oral exercise Observation 


5 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent multiplication as repeated addition using numbers1,2,3,4 and 5 up to five times 
How can we count in five’s? 
Learner’s in pairs/groups to represent multiplication as repeated addition by counting number in five’s 
Counters JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 63 
Observation Oral exercise 

7 
1 
Numbers m 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent multiplication as repeated addition using numbers1,2,3,4 and 5 up to five times 
How can we use a number lines to represent multiplication as repeated addition? 
Learner’s in pairs /groups to use number lines to represent multiplication as a repeated addition 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 64 
Writing exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to write repeated addition sentences as multiplication, using ‘x’ sign. 
How do we use ‘x’ sign in multiplication?

Learner’s to use the ‘x ‘sign in writing repeated addition sentences as multiplication 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 65 Chalkboard 
Observation Writing exercise 


3 
Numbers 
multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to write repeated addition sentences as multiplication, using ‘x’ sign. 
How do we use ‘x’ sign in multiplication?

Learner’s to use the ‘x ‘sign in writing repeated addition sentences as multiplication 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 66 
Writing exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to write repeated addition sentences as multiplication, using ‘x’ sign. 
How do we use ‘x’ sign in multiplying? 
Learner’s to use the ‘x’ sign to multiplying 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 66 
Writing exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to complete a multiplication table 
Can you complete a multiplication table? 
Learner’s to find the missing numbers in a multiplication table 
Charts JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 69 
Writing exercise 

8 
1 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to multiply single digit numbers by 1,2,3,4 and 5 
Can we multiply single digits numbers? 
Learner’s to multiply single digit numbers by 1,2,3,4 and 5 
Charts JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade2 page 69 
Writing exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to multiply single digit numbers by 1,2,3,4 and 5 
Can we play games involving multiplication? 
Learner’s to play digital games that involves multiplication 
Laptops JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 70 
Oral exercises Observation 


3 
Numbers 
Multiplication 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to arrange items in groups of 1,2,3,4 and 5 a certain number of times 
How many can be arranged? 
Learner’s to visit the local market to see how fruits are arranged in groups of 1,2,3 ,4 and 10’s a certain number of times 
Market place 
Observation Oral exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent division as equal sharing 
How can we share a number of objects equally? 
Learner’s in pairs/groups to share a given number of objects equally by each picking one object at a time until all are finished and then count how many each got 
Concrete objects within the class JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 72 
Observation Oral exercises 


5 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent division as equal sharing 
How can we share a number of objects equally? 
Learner’s to share a number of objects equally among 2 and 3 respectively 
Concrete objects within the class JKF Primary Mathematics Learner’s Activity Grade 2 page 72 
Observation 

9 
1 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent division as equal sharing 
How can we share a number of objects equally 
Learner’s to share a number of objects into small equal groups 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 73 
Observation Oral exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent division as equal grouping 
How do we represent division as equal grouping? 
Learner’s in pairs /groups to pick an equal number of objects at a time from the main group and count the number of small equal groups formed 
Concrete objects within the class JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 73 
Observation Oral exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent division as equal grouping 
How do we represent division as equal grouping? 
Learner’s in pairs /groups to pick an equal number of objects at a time from the main group and count the number of small equal groups formed 
Objects within the class JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 73 
Observation Oral exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the Learner’s should be able to use ‘‘sign in writing division sentences 
How do we use ‘sign in writing division sentences? 
Learner’s to use the “sign in division 
Chalk board Work book 
Writing exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the Learner’s should be able to use ‘‘sign in writing division sentences 
How do we use ‘sign in writing division sentences? 
Learner’s to work out division problems using the “÷ “sign in division 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 74 
Writing exercise 

10 
1 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to work out word problems involving division 
Can we solve word problems on division 
Learner’s to work out word problems involving division 
JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 75 
Writing exercise Oral exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to divide numbers up to 25 by 2,3,4 and 5 without a remainder in real life situation 
Can we divide numbers25 by numbers up to 25? 
Learner’s to divide numbers up to 25 by 2,3,4 and 5without a remainder 
Charts Chalk board Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 75 
In class writing exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Division 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to divide numbers up to 25 by 2,3,4 and 5 without a remainder in real life situation 
Can we divide numbers25 by numbers up to 25? 
Learner’s in pairs /groups to play digital games that involves division 
Chalkboard Charts Laptop Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 75 
Writing exercise 


4 
Measurement 
Length 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure length using fixed units 
What can you use to measure different lengths? 
Learner sin pairs/groups to use sticks of equal length to measure different lengths, record, and discuss the results 
Sticks Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 75 
Observation 


5 
Measurement 
Length 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure length using fixed units 
What can you use to measure different lengths? 
Learner sin pairs/groups to use sticks of equal length to measure different lengths, record, and discuss the results 
Sticks JKF primary Mathematics Learner’s activities grade 2 page 76 
Observation Writing exercise 

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