### Maths

```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
 CONCRETE OBJECTS
 NUMBER LINE ( FORWARD
COUNTING)
Two digit with two digit
(without carry over)
T
O
4
5
+3 3
---------7 8
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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
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
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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.
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