# Year 2 | Representing Numbers Using Base Ten Lesson Presentation

## Year 2 Place Value Resources

This is the second of two presentations about representing numbers to 100. This one focuses on the grouping of base ten (tens and ones) to represent numbers to 100

Aligned with the maths mastery approach, this Year 2 | Count Objects to 100 Lesson Presentation is fully editable, and is designed for the Year 2 maths curriculum covering the following maths objectives for the autumn term:

Topic/Block: Place Value

Small Steps: Represent numbers to 100.

NC Links: Read and write numbers to at least 100 in numerals and words. Recognise the place value of each digit in a two-digit number, Identify, represent and estimate numbers using different representations.

Ready-to-progress criteria: Year 1 Conceptual Prerequisites: Know the 10 ones are equivalent to 1 ten. Know that multiples of 10 are made up from a number of tens.

2-NPV-1 Recognise the place value of each digit in two-digit numbers, and compose and decompose two-digit numbers using standard and non-standard partitioning.

Future Applications: Compare and order numbers.

TAF Statements: Working towards – Read and write numbers in numerals up to 100. Partition a two-digit number into tens and ones and demonstrate an understanding of place value.

There are teacher prompts and notes included in the “notes” section of each slide.

Aligned with the maths mastery approach, use this to help your class get to grips with each mathematical concept. This lesson presentation also includes varied fluency activities, problem solving, and mathematical discussion questions too.

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