Perfect Partitioning

In Maths, Year Two have been learning how to partition numbers. They learned that partition means to split a number into different parts. First, they used a part part whole model to partition numbers into tens and ones. The children used base ten to represent each number. Then, they wrote the number sentence to show part add part equals whole.

Next, the children had to partition numbers in different ways. This was quite tricky, but the boys and girls did a fantastic job! They used the equipment to find lots of different ways to partition two-digit numbers.

Finally, the children had to solve some missing number problems. Using the part part whole model and base ten, the children worked together to find the answers. Well done Year Two!

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