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Gr.2 Math: Preview – Term 3 Activity Book (17 pages) [PDF]

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  • Writer: Kobie Kleynhans
  • Number of pages: 75
  • Number of books: 4
  • Grade 2 Term 3 Book 1 contains 17 pages [FREE PREVIEW]
  • Grade 2 Term 3 Book 2 contains 19 pages
  • Grade 2 Term 3 Book 3 contains 17 pages
  • Grade 2 Term 3 Book 4 contains 17 pages

Concepts in books:

  • Count objects by using grouping
  • Describe, compare and order whole numbers (more/less than; in front of, in between, after)
  • Compare by using the appropriate symbols < = >
  • Order numbers in ascending and descending order
  • Introduce rounding off to the nearest ten.
  • Count forward and backward in multiples of 1’s, 2’s, 3’s, 4’s, 5’s and 10’s
  • Identify and describe observed number patterns
  • Count forward and backward in 25’s and 50’s on number block
  • Recognise, read and write number symbols and number names (1-400)
  • Ordinal numbers (first – tenth)
  • Train sums by using the number line
  • Recognise the place value and number value of HTO
  • Breaking up and expanded notation of 2-digit numbers in HTO
  • Addition and subtraction with a 2-digit number by using different methods
  • Subtraction with a 2-digit number in steps by using a loan
  • Number bonds & Mental Maths (various operations)
  • Repeat addition that leads to multiplication
  • Work with 2x, 5x, 3x, 4x and 10x table
  • Division ÷2, ÷3, ÷4, ÷5 and ÷10
  • Repeat subtraction that leads to division
  • Double and halve with even and uneven numbers
  • Double and halve 2-digit numbers in steps
  • Multiply a 2-digit number with a 1-digit number in steps
  • Complete, add, subtract, multiply and divide on number line
  • Work with groups that leads to multiplication
  • Use strategies (9+ and 8+ sums – fill up 10)
  • Fractions (Identify, name and divide in halves, thirds, quarters and fifths)
  • Fractions (Recognise fractions in the shape of diagrams)
  • Fractions (Recognise which part of the fraction is larger/smaller)
  • Recognise, identify and name properties of SA coins and notes
  • Work with money (Calculations)
  • Problem solving (Addition, subtraction, repeat addition and grouping)
  • Number patterns (Copy, expand, create and describe)
  • Recognise, expand and describe repeating patterns, larger changing patterns and growing patterns.
  • 2D shapes (Properties e.g. straight sides, how many angles)
  • 3D objects (Properties e.g. roll/slide, straight/round sides, flat/bent area)
  • Name 3D objects (cube, cylinder, cone, sphere, pyramid, rectangular prism)
  • Position, orientation and front view of objects in relation to each other
  • Symmetry (Recognise that lines can be horizontal, vertical or inclined)
  • Measuring- Calendar (Work with calendar and answer questions)
  • Measuring- Time (Read analog time and write time in hours, half hours, quarter hours and 5min intervals)
  • Measuring- Time (Calculate duration)
  • Measuring- Length (Work with formal units e.g. cm)
  • Measuring- Mass (Work with formal units e.g. kg)
  • Distinguish between measuring units and measuring instruments as well as uses
  • Data handling(Collect data, represent data and answer questions)
  • Work with pictograms and bar graphs
  • Analyse data

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Kobie Kleynhans [B.Ed, Noord-Wes Universiteit]

Graad 2 opvoeder by Hoërskool Tulbagh; GSF Hoof;

Leieropvoeder in  Tulbagh-streek.

 

Bietjie meer van myself:

Heel eerste is ek ook ‘n Mamma van drie pragtige kinders.  My een seun studeer tans onderwys, my 2de seun is in Matriek en my dogter is in Graad 11.  Sy beoog ook om Onderwys te gaan studeer.  Onderwys is in die familie – my eie skoonma is Skoolhoof by ‘n skool in die Vrystaat.  As ons dus bymekaar is praat ons net skool.  My eie kinders was vir my die beste verwysingsraamwerk wat ek gehad het om die kinders in my eie klas te hanteer.  Dit help baie om ‘n munstuk van albei kante te kan besigtig.

My liefste manlief is ‘n predikant in hart en siel.  In die beginjare van ons huwelik was hy voltyds in die bediening, maar predikantsvrou is ek beslis nie.  Dit was beslis een van die moeilikste tye in my lewe, want Manlief is 24/7 uur aan diens en mense “label” jou baie gou en verwag van jou om op sekere maniere op te tree.  Nou bedien hy meer informeel en is baie betrokke by die gemeenskap en gemeenskapsdiens wanneer hy tydjie kry.  Hy werk vir ‘n Ingenieurs Firma en werk veral met damveiligheid en sulke tipe goed waarvan ek nie altyd baie verstaan nie.

Ons is lief vir die natuur en kamp gereeld met ons karavaan in die Wes-Kaap omgewing.  Eintlik is ek ‘n gebore Transvaler en hy (Vincent) het my Kaap toe gesleep 23 jaar gelede tot my vreugde.  Ongelukkig is al my ander familie nog nie so gelukkig nie en is hulle maar daarbo in die rook en roet van Gauteng.

Ons bly op die platteland, maar ek lief die stad en stadlewe ook vir ‘n naweek se wegbreek.  Ons probeer om ten minste een keer per jaar onsself te bederf – net ek en hy.

Ek lief nuwe uitdagings en is tans baie hard besig om elke dag te werk om my doelwitte te bereik.  Ek is tans besig om my eie webwerf te skep wat ek as platform gaan gebruik om meer GSF hulpbronne in alle leerareas beskikbaar te maak vir die mense.  Ek is een van daardie mense wat in die diepkant ingegooi word en swem!  En tans is ek baie besig om te swem!

:) Kobie