# Years 1, 2 and 3 Maths Mastery for Summer Term

Years 1, 2 and 3 Maths Mastery for Summer Term

Maths Mastery: Summer Term
A reminder that we have a tremendous collection of resources to complete the second half of the summer term for maths mastery in Years 1, 2 and 3. These are support materials taken from our main categories chosen to help those teachers and parents who have children using the Maths Mastery approach. Aimed at providing a ‘one-a-day’ back up, our latest resources take us through to the end of the summer term.

Maths Mastery: Year 1 Summer Term
Block 4: Number and Place Value

The final half term of Maths Mastery in Year 1 kicks off with some further work on counting and partitioning numbers. Children will begin to count up to 100, including grouping into tens to make counting quicker and less prone to error. 2-digit numbers will be partitioned and place value charts used to help compare numbers.

New materials include some great on-screen activities for unlimited practice.

Block 5: Money
Coins are a superb resource to help with counting, addition, subtraction etc. Lots of time needs to be spent with practical work counting coins, making totals and finding how much more is needed to make a total. Why not try our worksheets and on-screen activities?

Block 6: Time
There is so much to teach on the subject of time that a block of at least two weeks is needed. As well as telling the time to the half hour using analogue clocks much also needs to be done with sequencing events, using the language of time and comparing time.

Block 7: Consolidation
Why not finish the term off in style with some fun time, money and problem solving, consolidating the work covered this term?

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Maths Mastery: Year 2 Summer Term
Block 4: Measurement of mass, capacity and temperature

Plenty of measuring to do here, including using grams and kilograms to compare mass/weight, reading a variety of different scales, comparing volume, reading thermometers and comparing temperatures.

Block 5: Investigations

We have always considered reasoning to be a key part of the maths curriculum and many of our resources in all categories are designed for this. But we also have a separate category in each year group called, ‘Reasoning and Problem Solving’ where you will find a rich source of material, some of which we include in our final block of the year.

These pages really are not to be missed and we thoroughly recommend them.

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Maths Mastery: Year 3 Summer Term
Block 3: Properties of shapes

A key feature of the Geometry work in Year 3 is to recognise angle as a description of turn. At first this can be clockwise and anticlockwise before moving on to acute and obtuse angles, including recognising angles greater or less than a right angle.

It is also important that children become more accurate with measuring and drawing straight lines as well as recognising horizontal and vertical lines.

Further work also continues with the properties of 2D and 3D shapes with plenty of opportunity to make 3D shapes.

Block 4: Mass and capacity

Children should now be using the standard weights of grams and kilograms to work with mass, including adding and subtracting. Reading scales is also an important skill to develop, using both mass and capacity. Plenty of opportunities for practical work with water!

Block 5: Consolidation

Not to be ignored, some of our favourite activities are in this block and there are plenty more to choose from in our Reasoning/Problem Solving category.

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