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CLASS II “God wrote the universe in the language of mathematics.” - Galileo Galilei Mathematics may not teach us how to add love or minus hate but it teaches us that every problem has a solution. “Only in the world of mathematics do two negatives multiply into a positive.” - Abby Morel NUMBER CONCEPTS 101-1000 NUMBER NAMES AND NUMERALS 134 - One hundred thirty- four PLACE AND PLACE VALUE H T O PLACE PLACE 1 3 4 tens 30 BEFORE AFTER BETWEEN 133 134 135 VALUE NUMBER CONCEPTS 101-1000 DESCENDING ORDER ASCENDING ORDER BIGGEST /SMALLEST NUMBER FILL IN THE MISSING NUMBERS SKIP COUNTING ODD AND EVEN NUMBERS ORDINAL NUMBERS AND ORDINAL NUMBER NAMES ABACUS H T O 134 134 = 1 hundred + 3 tens + 4 ones = 100 + 30 + 4 ADDITION CONCRETE OBJECTS PICTORIAL ADDITION NUMBER LINE ( FORWARD COUNTING) HORIZONTAL ADDITION VERTICAL ADDITION Two digit with two digit (without carry over) T O 4 5 +3 3 ---------7 8 ---------- Addition 2- digit with 2-digit (With carry over) T +1 4 O 5 +3 6 __________ 8 1 ___________ SUBTRACTION concrete objects SUBTRACTION PICTORIAL NUMBER LINE (BACKWARD COUNTING) HORIZONTAL SUBTRACTION VERTICAL SUBTRACTION TWO DIGIT WITH TWO DIGIT (WITHOUT BORROWING) T O 4 6 -3 5 _____ 1 1 TWO DIGIT WITH TWO DIGIT (WITH BORROWING) T O 4 11 5 1 3 6 ____ 1 5 MULTIPLICATION CONCRETE OBJECTS MULTIPLICATION Multiplication means repeated addition of the same numbers. Addition Sentence: 4 + 4 + 4 = 12 Multiplication Sentence : 3 4 = 12 Building tables Table of 1 ,2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 & 10 Table of 5 1x 5= 5 2x5 = 10 3x5 = 15 10x 5 = 50 MULTIPLICATION HORIZONTAL VERTICAL Two digit with one digit (without regrouping) x T O 2 1 3 ---------6 3 ---------- VERTICAL Two digit with one digit (with regrouping) T +1 2 x O 5 3 ---------7 5 ---------- measurement measurement Weight /mass…….gram(g) /kilogram(kg) Length …centimetre(cm) /metre(m)/kilometre(km) Capacity….millilitre (ml) /litre (l) Time Calendar- 2014 A)What day will be the 3rd of this month? B) How many Sundays are there in this month? C)Which month comes after this month? DATA HANDLING 1. Santosh keeps hens. He has made a list of the eggs he gets every day. Study the list and answer the questions. Monday 15 Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 10 12 10 Friday Saturday Sunday 13 20 9 ( A ) On which day did Santosh get the Least eggs ? …………………. ( B ) On which day did he get the most eggs ? …………………… ( C ) On which two days did he get the same number of eggs ?................. and ................ (D ) How many more eggs did he get on Monday as compared to Wednesday ? ............... EVALUATION ORAL AND WRITTEN CLASS TESTS REGULAR CLASS WORK AND HOME ASSIGNMENTS APPLICATION OF MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE IN EVERYDAY LIFE ACCURACY AND SPEED MENTAL MATH A FEW IMPORTANT REMINDERS : 1. Homework and correction work needs to be done on a regular basis. 2. Children must bring the materials for class activities (eg. straws, cut-outs etc.) when informed by the teacher. 3. A neat folder should be maintained for keeping the worksheets. 4. Notebook work must be followed up. 5. Regular revision of classwork must be encouraged in children.