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This textbook is for the second half of year 2

Maths — No Problem! is a series of textbooks and workbooks written to meet the requirements of the 2014 English National Curriculum.

The focus of the series is on teaching to mastery. This research-based approach emphasises problem solving and utilises pupils' core competencies to develop a relational understanding of mathematical concepts.

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Consultant and Author: Dr. Yeap Ban Har
UK Consultant: Dr. Anne Hermanson
Authors: Dr. Foong Pui Yee, Lim Li Gek Pearlyn, Wong Oon Hua

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Table of Contents  

  • Chapter 9 – More Word Problems

    • Lesson 1 – Solving Word Problems

      To decide when it is appropriate to add and/or subtract when solving word problems; to improve the use of bar modelling and decision making based on visual representations.

    • Lesson 2 – Solving Word Problems

      To use the bar model method to solve word problems looking at difference.

    • Lesson 3 – Solving Word Problems

      To solve multi-step word problems using bar modelling; to use more than one bar model in a problem to work out the answer.

    • Lesson 4 – Solving Word Problems

      To use bar modelling to solve multi-step word problems involving unknown quantities.

    • Lesson 5 – Chapter End

  • Chapter 10 – Money

    • Lesson 1 – Writing Amounts of Money

      To identify standard UK coins and notes and write their names.

    • Lesson 2 – Counting Money

      To count notes in sequences of 5 and 10; to recognise the value of notes by appearance.

    • Lesson 3 – Counting Money

      To count coins in sequences of their value; to recognise the value of coins by appearance.

    • Lesson 4 – Counting Money

      To represent amounts of money using coins and notes; to count coins and notes using their denominations.

    • Lesson 5 – Showing Equal Amounts of Money

      To create equal amounts of money using different coins.

    • Lesson 6 – Exchanging Money

      To exchange denominations of money for different coins.

    • Lesson 7 – Comparing Amounts of Money

      To compare different amounts of money using coins.

    • Lesson 8 – Calculating Total Amount

      To add money together to determine the total amount.

    • Lesson 9 – Calculating Change

      To calculate change from £100 or less; to use the bar model approach to represent amounts of money.

    • Lesson 10 – Solving Word Problems

      To solve more complex word problems using bar modelling as a primary method.

    • Lesson 11 – Chapter End

  • Chapter 11 – Two-Dimensional Shapes

    • Lesson 1 – Identifying Sides

      To identify the number of sides on basic 2-D shapes.

    • Lesson 2 – Identifying Vertices

      To identify and count the vertices in regular polygons.

    • Lesson 3 – Identifying Lines of Symmetry

      To identify lines of symmetry in basic 2-D shapes.

    • Lesson 4 – Making Figures

      To construct shapes using pattern blocks that have lines of symmetry.

    • Lesson 5 – Sorting Shapes

      To sort shapes based on number of sides, vertices and other factors.

    • Lesson 6 – Drawing Shapes

      To draw shapes using square grids and dotted grids; to copy shapes from sight into their books using grid paper.

    • Lesson 7 – Making Patterns

      To recognise patterns of familiar shapes and colours of up to 3 objects.

    • Lesson 8 – Describing Patterns

      To describe patterns using ordinal numbers and shape names.

    • Lesson 9 – Moving Shapes

      To move shapes on a square grid from one position to another using common language.

    • Lesson 10 – Turning Shapes

      To turn objects using quarter, half and three-quarter turns both clockwise and anticlockwise on a square grid.

    • Lesson End – Mind Workout

  • Chapter 12 – Three-Dimensional Shapes

    • Lesson 1 – Recognising Three-Dimensional Shapes

      To recognise 3-D shapes by identifying their properties.

    • Lesson 2 – Describing Three-Dimensional Shapes

      To describe 3-D shapes and classify them using faces, vertices and edges.

    • Lesson 3 – Describing Three-Dimensional Shapes

      To describe 3-D shapes based on the number of faces and 2-D make ups; to construct nets of shapes into 3-D shapes.

    • Lesson 4 – Grouping Three-Dimensional Shapes

      To group 3-D shapes by similar properties.

    • Lesson 5 – Forming Three-Dimensional Structures

      To form 3-D structures using multiple 3-D objects.

    • Lesson 6 – Making Patterns

      To make and recognise patterns using 3-D shapes.

    • Lesson 7 – Chapter End

  • Chapter 13 – Fractions

    • Lesson 1 – Making Equal Parts

      To make equal parts from a whole using simple and complex methods.

    • Lesson 2 – Showing Half and Quarter

      To show and recognise halves and quarters.

    • Lesson 3 – Showing Quarters

      To show and identify more than one quarter using materials and pictures.

    • Lesson 4 – Showing Thirds

      To show and identify thirds in shapes; to use the vocabulary 'numerator' and 'denominator' when referring to fractions.

    • Lesson 5 – Naming Fractions

      To identify and name fractions by looking at the number of pieces and how many are shaded in.

    • Lesson 6 – Making Equal Fractions

      To recognise equivalent fractions in quarters, thirds and halves.

    • Lesson 7 – Comparing and Ordering Fractions

      To compare and order similar fractions by looking at the size of the pieces shaded.

    • Lesson 8 – Comparing and Ordering Fractions

      To compare and order fractions with different denominators.

    • Lesson 9 – Counting Wholes and Parts

      To count the number of wholes and parts to form mixed numbers.

    • Lesson 10 – Counting in Halves

      To count in halves and place halves onto a number line using pictures.

    • Lesson 11 – Counting in Quarters

      To count in quarters and place quarters onto a number line using pictures.

    • Lesson 12 – Counting in Thirds

      To count in thirds and place thirds onto a number line using pictures.

    • Lesson 13 – Finding Part of a Set

      To find fractions (half) of whole numbers.

    • Lesson 14 – Finding Part of a Set

      To find a fraction (third) of a whole number.

    • Lesson 15 – Finding Part of a Set

      To find a fraction (quarter) of a number.

    • Lesson 16 – Finding Part of a Quantity

      To find a fraction (half, third, quarter) of a quantity (length).

    • Chapter End – Mind Workout

  • Chapter 14 – Time

    • Lesson 1 – Telling and Writing Time to 5 Minutes

      To tell and write time to 5-minute intervals.

    • Lesson 2 – Telling and Writing Time

      To tell time to 5-minute intervals and to the hour.

    • Lesson 3 – Sequencing Events

      To sequence events of the day looking at analogue clocks and picture clues.

    • Lesson 4 – Drawing Clock Hands

      To draw hands on an analogue clock to show correct time.

    • Lesson 5 – Finding Durations of Time

      To find the duration of time using an analogue clock in 30- and 60-minute intervals.

    • Lesson 6 – Finding Durations of Time

      To find the duration of time to 5-minute intervals.

    • Lesson 7 – Finding Ending Times

      Find the ending of a duration of time from different 5-minute starting points.

    • Lesson 8 – Finding Ending Times

      To find the ending time in intervals of 5 minutes from delayed starts.

    • Lesson 9 – Finding Starting Times

      To find the starting time from 30-minute and 1-hour interval durations.

    • Lesson 10 – Finding Starting Times

      To find the start of multiple durations of time using a common end.

    • Lesson 11 – Comparing Time

      To compare durations of time from the least amount to the most amount of time and vice versa.

    • Lesson 12 – Chapter End

  • Chapter 15 – Volume

    • Lesson 1 – Comparing Volume

      To compare volume in different-sized containers using the terms 'greater than,' 'less than,' 'greatest' and 'least.'

    • Lesson 2 – Comparing Volume

      To compare the volume of different containers using non-standard units.

    • Lesson 3 – Measuring Volume in Litres

      To measure volume using litres and determine whether an amount is 'more than,' 'less than' or 'equal to' a litre.

    • Lesson 4 – Measuring Volume in Millilitres

      To measure volume using millilitres and litres; to determine how many ml there are in 1 l.

    • Lesson 5 – Solving Word Problems

      To solve word problems involving bar models with litres as the standard unit.

    • Lesson 6 – Solving Word Problems

      To solve word problems using ml and l, including problems involving difference.

    • Lesson 7 – Solving Word Problems

      To solve word problems involving volume and multiplication.

    • Chapter End – Mind Workout