# FIRST TERM MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY TWO (2)

**FIRST
TERM MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY TWO (2)**

**WEEK
1: Revision Counting and Writing Numerals 1 To 100**

**LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, Pupils should be able to: **

- Count up to 99
- Write numerals up to 99
- Recognize the numerals up to 99

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS**

- Charts showing numerals 1 -99.

**WEEK
2: Whole Numbers: Identification and Counting Of Numbers from 101 – 200**

**TEACHERS’S
ACTIVITIES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, Pupils should be able to: **

- Identify and read numbers from 1 – 200
- Count number up to 200
- Identify orders of numbers 101 – 200 and 200 – 101.
- Read and write number 101 – 200

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS**

- Concreate objects such as bottle tops, sticks, seeds, water proof, bags of bundle of seeds, straws, flash card, two hundred square charts, ropes etc.

**WEEK
3: Reading or Counting and Writing Numbers From 1 – 200**

**LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, Pupils should be able to: **

- Recognize the numerals up to 200
- Read and write numerals from 1 – 200

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS:**

- Sticks, seeds, waterproof, bags of bundle of seeds, straws, flash cards, two hundred square and charts etc.

**WEEK
4: Introduction of Place Value of
Numbers Up To 200**

.

**LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, **Pupils should be able to:

- Identify the place value of numbers up to 200
- Write the place value of numbers up to 200

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS:**

- Bundles of seeds, two hundred square charts,
- Bundles of match sticks

**WEEK
5: ****Ordering Of Numbers Up To 200**

**
****LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, **Pupils should be able to:

- Write up to 200 in order of their value.
- Read up to 200 in order of their value.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

- Bundle of seeds
- Two hundred square charts.

**WEEK
6: the use of symbols – >, < and = to determine the value of numbers from
0 – 200**

**
****LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, **Pupils should be able to:

- Explain the meaning of >, < and = as
- > greater than
- < less than
- = Equal to

- Use the symbols of inequalities to determine the value of numbers.

e.g.

- 5 > 2
- 150 < 185
- 125 = 100 + 25

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS:**

- Number line
- Cardboard strip with numerals.
- Left and right hands demonstration.

**WEEK
7: Fraction: Fraction ½ And ¼ Of A Given
Collection**

**
****LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, **Pupils should be able to:

- Divide a collection of concrete objects into two or into four equal parts. I.e. half (1/2) and quarter (1/4) respectively. E.g.
- ½ of 8 eggs = ?
- ½ of 10 oranges = ?
- ¼ of 12 pencils = ?
- ¼ of 16 balls = ?

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS:**

- Oranges
- Eggs
- Pencils
- Balls, etc.

**WEEK
8: Fractions of ¾ of any given object or
collection**

**
****LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, **Pupils should be able to:

- Divide the objects into four equal parts to obtain quarters.
- Obtain ¾ of concrete objects e.g. ¾ of 8 eggs =?

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS:**

- Cardboard
- Eggs
- Oranges, etc.

**WEEK
9: Addition of Numbers (2 Digit Numbers without Remaining or Exchanging)**

**
****LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, **Pupils should be able to:

- Add 2 – digit numbers without exchanging or renaming.

e.g.

6 4 = 60 + 4

+1 3 10 + 3

7 7 70 + 7

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS:**

- Counters such as beads, sticks, bottle top, straws, stones, pegs etc.

**WEEK
10: Subtraction Of 2 – Digit Numbers
Without Remaining Or Exchanging.**

**
****LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, **Pupils should be able to:

- Subtract 2 – digit numbers without remainder or exchanging or exchanging.

e.g.

8 7 = 80 + 7

-5 2 – 50 + 2

3 5 30 + 5

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS:**

- Number card
- Cardboard strips with numerals and number line.

**WEEK
11: Mixed Operations (addition and
subtraction)**

**
****LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, **Pupils should be able to:

- Add up numbers from 0 – 200.
- Subtract numbers from 0 – 200.
- Solve problems using Tens and Unit

Indication

e.g.

H T U H T U

1 4 1 = 1 4 5

+0 2 5 – 0 1 3

1 6 6 1 3 2

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS:**

- Beads
- Sticks
- Oranges
- Beans
- Seeds
- Bottle tops.

**WEEK
12: REVISION**** OF THE TERM’S WORK**

**
****LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, **Pupils should be able to:

- Recall what they have learnt for the term.

**WEEK
13: EXAMINATION**

**WEEK
1: Revision Counting and Writing Numerals 1 To 100**

**LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, Pupils should be able to: **

- Count up to 99
- Write numerals up to 99
- Recognize the numerals up to 99

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS**

- Charts showing numerals 1 -99.

**WEEK
2: Whole Numbers: Identification and Counting Of Numbers from 101 – 200**

**TEACHERS’S
ACTIVITIES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, Pupils should be able to: **

- Identify and read numbers from 1 – 200
- Count number up to 200
- Identify orders of numbers 101 – 200 and 200 – 101.
- Read and write number 101 – 200

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS**

- Concreate objects such as bottle tops, sticks, seeds, water proof, bags of bundle of seeds, straws, flash card, two hundred square charts, ropes etc.

**WEEK
3: Reading or Counting and Writing Numbers From 1 – 200**

**LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, Pupils should be able to: **

- Recognize the numerals up to 200
- Read and write numerals from 1 – 200

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS:**

- Sticks, seeds, waterproof, bags of bundle of seeds, straws, flash cards, two hundred square and charts etc.

**WEEK
4: Introduction of Place Value of
Numbers Up To 200**

.

**LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, **Pupils should be able to:

- Identify the place value of numbers up to 200
- Write the place value of numbers up to 200

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS:**

- Bundles of seeds, two hundred square charts,
- Bundles of match sticks

**WEEK
5: ****Ordering Of Numbers Up To 200**

**
****LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, **Pupils should be able to:

- Write up to 200 in order of their value.
- Read up to 200 in order of their value.

TEACHING/LEARNING RESOURCES/AIDS:

- Bundle of seeds
- Two hundred square charts.

**WEEK
6: the use of symbols – >, < and = to determine the value of numbers from
0 – 200**

**
****LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, **Pupils should be able to:

- Explain the meaning of >, < and = as
- > greater than
- < less than
- = Equal to

- Use the symbols of inequalities to determine the value of numbers.

e.g.

- 5 > 2
- 150 < 185
- 125 = 100 + 25

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS:**

- Number line
- Cardboard strip with numerals.
- Left and right hands demonstration.

**WEEK
7: Fraction: Fraction ½ And ¼ Of A Given
Collection**

**
****LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, **Pupils should be able to:

- Divide a collection of concrete objects into two or into four equal parts. I.e. half (1/2) and quarter (1/4) respectively. E.g.
- ½ of 8 eggs = ?
- ½ of 10 oranges = ?
- ¼ of 12 pencils = ?
- ¼ of 16 balls = ?

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS:**

- Oranges
- Eggs
- Pencils
- Balls, etc.

**WEEK
8: Fractions of ¾ of any given object or
collection**

**
****LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, **Pupils should be able to:

- Divide the objects into four equal parts to obtain quarters.
- Obtain ¾ of concrete objects e.g. ¾ of 8 eggs =?

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS:**

- Cardboard
- Eggs
- Oranges, etc.

**WEEK
9: Addition of Numbers (2 Digit Numbers without Remaining or Exchanging)**

**
****LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, **Pupils should be able to:

- Add 2 – digit numbers without exchanging or renaming.

e.g.

6 4 = 60 + 4

+1 3 10 + 3

7 7 70 + 7

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS:**

- Counters such as beads, sticks, bottle top, straws, stones, pegs etc.

**WEEK
10: Subtraction Of 2 – Digit Numbers
Without Remaining Or Exchanging.**

**
****LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, **Pupils should be able to:

- Subtract 2 – digit numbers without remainder or exchanging or exchanging.

e.g.

8 7 = 80 + 7

-5 2 – 50 + 2

3 5 30 + 5

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS:**

- Number card
- Cardboard strips with numerals and number line.

**WEEK
11: Mixed Operations (addition and
subtraction)**

**
****LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, **Pupils should be able to:

- Add up numbers from 0 – 200.
- Subtract numbers from 0 – 200.
- Solve problems using Tens and Unit

Indication

e.g.

H T U H T U

1 4 1 = 1 4 5

+0 2 5 – 0 1 3

1 6 6 1 3 2

**TEACHING/LEARNING
RESOURCES/AIDS:**

- Beads
- Sticks
- Oranges
- Beans
- Seeds
- Bottle tops.

**WEEK
12: REVISION**** OF THE TERM’S WORK**

**
****LESSON
OBJECTIVES: **

**At
the end of the lesson, **Pupils should be able to:

- Recall what they have learnt for the term.

**WEEK
13: EXAMINATION**