Scheme of Work

# Mathematics Scheme Of Work For Primary 2

This article provides you with the Mathematics scheme of work and the curriculum for the first term, second term, and third term for primary 2 pupil.

## Mathematics Scheme of Work Primary 2 First term

Whole numbers 1-200

Counting of numbers from 1-200.

• Identification and reading of numbers from 1-200
• Introduction of place value of a number
• Ordering of numbers up to 200
• Writing numbers up to 200

Whole numbers 1-200

• Introduction of place value of a number
• Ordering of numbers up to 200
• Writing numbers up to 200

Fractions I

• ½ and ¼ of any given collection
• ¾ of any given collection

Fractions II

• ¾ of any given collection

• Revision of addition of 2-digit numbers without exchanging or renaming
• Addition of 3-digit numbers without exchanging or renaming
• Addition of 2-digit numbers with exchanging or renaming
• Addition of 3 numbers taking two at a time

• Addition of 2-digits with exchanging or renaming
• Addition of 3 numbers taking two a time

Subtraction

• Subtraction of 2-digits numbers without exchanging or renaming
• Subtraction of 2-digit numbers without exchanging and renaming

Multiplication

• Multiplication as repeated addition and the use of symbol “x”

## Mathematics Scheme of Work Primary 2 Second term

Open Sentence

Pupils should be able to:

• find missing numbers in an open sentence.
• solve simple related quantitative aptitude problems

Money

Pupils should be able to:

• Enumerate the uses of money
• Recognizes all types of Nigerian coins and bank notes
• change money up to N20 into small units and shop with money not greater than N20

Length

Pupils should be able to:

• compare their natural units with another e.g. arm’s length
• identify the differences in arm’s length and other parts of the body used for measurement
• uses meters and centimeters as standard measuring units.
• identify the need for lengths and measurement using standardized units

Time

• Reading clocks to the hour and half hour.
• Naming days of the week and arranging them in order

Weight

• Comparison and ordering of objects by weight

## Mathematics Scheme of Work Primary 2 Third term

Capacity

• Identifying and naming of objects that could be used for measuring capacity e.g. cups, empty containers, bucket etc.
• Ordering of containers based on their capacities

Areas

• Areas of different objects; rectangle, squares, triangle, circle and other surfaces
• The idea of larger than, smaller than largest, smallest and the same

Three dimensional shapes

• Properties of a cube and a cuboids: faces, corners, edges
• Properties of a cylinder and a sphere: curved surfaces

Two dimensional shapes

• Identification of shapes, i. Square, ii. Rectangle, iii. Triangle
• Square corners” in shapes

Data Collection

Pupils should be able to:

• collect data and arrange them in arrays
• collecting data and arranging them in groups such as group of boys and groups of girls

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