Year 2 Maths Yearly Overview
Games to support Maths learning at home
Hit the Button
Hit the Button is an interactive maths game with quick fire questions on number bonds, times tables, double and halving, multiples and more. The games which are against the clock challenge and develop a child's mental maths skills.
Mental Maths Train
Mental Maths Train is a maths game which focuses on the essential vocabulary of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. It can help children to understand what type of calculation they have to do when faced with word problems.
Subtraction Grids is a mental maths game involving subtraction skills. It has two playing modes, where you need to select either one or two numbers to complete the subtraction calculations.
Number Fact Families
A game where you need to work out the collection of related addition and subtraction or multiplication and division fact family relationships.
Chopper Squad is designed to help with the concept of one more or less and ten more or less than a given number.
Coins game has three game modes. The first activity, Sorting, helps children to recognise the different coins. The second, Ordering, involves arranging the coins from lowest to highest values. Thirdly, the Counting game has eight different ability levels where children count the amounts of money on a piggy bank.
Toy Shop Money Game
Money games where children work out which coins will buy toy shop items and where they can calculate change.
How much left?
Money problems where you need to work out change from amounts from 10p up to £1.00.
Measuring in cm
This game provides a useful introduction for children learning to use a ruler.
Place Value using Diennes
Click on the third show the amount option, have a go at representing numbers using hundreds, tens and ones.
Reading the Time
Read the time on an analogue clock. Lots of choice over levels, including: reading time to the nearest hour, half hour, quarter hour, five minutes or minute.
Symmetry matching is a game which involves mirroring an image along a line of symmetry. Options include pictures, shapes and randomly generated patterns which are the most difficult.
Symmetry sorting involves sorting pictures, shapes and letters into symmetrical and non-symmetrical sets.