**Maths Scheme, Mathematics Scheme of Work Primary 2 Federal, count and write numbers, operation with 2 digit numbers, Schemeofwork.com**

**FIRST TERM MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY TWO**

**WEEK ONE**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

WHOLE NUMBERS 1-100

i. Counting and writing numbers 1 – 50

ii. Counting and writing numbers 50-10

iii. Recognition of hundreds, tens, and unit

iv. Counting in tens

v. Counting and writing numbers 1 – 100

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

Guides pupils to count numbers from 1-100

Pupils:

Counting numbers from 1-100

**Instructional Resources:**

Bottle tops in rows and columns of ten up to 100.

**WEEK TWO**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

WHOLE NUMBERS 1-200

i. Counting and writing numbers 100 – 150

ii. Counting and writing numbers 150 – 200.

iii. Identification of numbers 1 – 200

iv. Introduction of place value

v. Building up of piles in tens and units

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

- Guides pupils to count and write numbers 100 – 150
- Guide pupils to count and write numbers 150-200
- Guides pupils toward place value by building up piles in tens and units.

**Pupils:**

- Counting from 100-150
- Counting and writing numbers from 150- 200
- Build up piles to correspond with the numbers given

**Instructional Resource:**

- Beads, cherry seed, bottle tops etc.
- Beads, seeds, bottle tops.
- Bundles of seeds, bottle tops and 200 square charts.

**WEEK THREE**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

**WHOLE NUMBER 1 – 200**

- Idea of place value of numbers 1-200
- Ordering of numbers up to 200

Counting and writing of numbers 1-200

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

Guides pupils to order numbers up to 200.

Guides pupils to count and write numbers 1- 200

**Pupils:**

- Pupils order numbers from 1-200
- Pupils count and write numbers from 1-200

**Instructional Resources:**

Flash cards, sticks, chart of numbers 1-200 etc.

**WEEK FOUR**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

**FRACTION**

- Meaning of fraction
- Cutting concrete object into parts to show ½ , 1/3, ¼ ,
- Fraction of ½, 1/3, ¾ , 2/5 using circle and square.

Fraction of 5/6, 7/10, using rectangular shape.

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

- Guides the pupils towards cutting an orange into equal parts ½ and four equal parts ¼ .
- Guides pupils to colour parts of fraction

**Pupils:**

- Pupils cut the orange into two equal parts and four equal parts ½ and ¼.
- Pupils coloured the given parts of fraction.

**Instructional Resources:**

Orange, garden egg, cardboard paper etc. Colour pencils.

**WEEK FIVE**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

**FRACTION**

i. Addition of fraction

e.g. (1) 1/5 + 2/5 = 3/5

(2) 3/10 + 2/10 = 5/10

Subtraction of fraction 3/5 – 1/5 = 2/5

7/10 – 3/10 = 4/10

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

Guides the pupils to add fraction with the same denominator

**Pupils:**

Pupils add fraction of the same denominator

**Instructional Resources:**

Orange, garden eggs etc.

**WEEK SIX**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

**ADDITION OF 2 – DIGIT NUMBERS**

- Addition of 2 digit numbers without exchanging or remaining.
- Addition of 2 digit numbers with exchanging or remaining

Finding the missing numbers.

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

Guides pupils towards addition of two digit numbers without exchanging and with exchanging.

**Pupils**

Pupils does addition of 2 digit numbers without and with exchanging.

**Instructional Resources:**

Cheery seeds, beans seed, beads etc.

**WEEK SEVEN**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

ADDITION OF 3-DIGIT

NUMBERS

i. Addition of 3-digit numbers without exchanging or remaining.

ii. Addition of 3-deigit numbers with exchanging or remaining.

iii. Finding the missing numbers

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

Guides pupils to arrange numbers in hundred, tens and units and then add it up.

1 4 1

+ 1 2 5

**Pupils:**

Arranges numbers in hundreds, tens and units, before adding it up

1 4 1

+ 1 2 5

**Instructional Resources**

Counters, sticks, bottle tops, addition cards.

**WEEK EIGHT**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

SUBTRACTION OF 2-DIGIT

NUMBERS

i. Subtraction of 2-digit numbers without exchanging or remaining

ii. Subtraction of 2-digit numbers.

iii. Finding the missing numbers.

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

Guides pupils towards subtraction of 2-digit

numbers 44 – 12 =

4 4

– 1 2

**Pupils:**

Pupils subtracts two digit numbers

4 4

– 1 2

**Instructional Resources:**

Bottle tops, seeds, sticks, pebbles etc.

**WEEK NINE**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

SUBTRACTION OF 3 DIGIT

NUMBERS

i. Subtraction of 3 digit numbers without exchanging or remaining.

ii.Subtraction of 3-digit numbers with exchanging or remaining

iii.Finding the missing number.

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

Guides pupils towards subtraction of 3 digit numbers

H T U

6 4 3

– 3 2 1

**Pupils:**

Pupils subtracts three digit numbers

H T U

6 4 3

– 3 2 1

**Instructional Resources:**

Bottle tops, sticks, seeds, pebbles etc.

**WEEK TEN**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF 2-DIGIT NUMBERS

i.Performing the addition operation with 2 digit numbers

ii.Performing the subtraction operation with 2-digit numbers.

iii.Differentiating between addition and subtraction using 2- digit number using place value not exceeding Hundred, Tens and unit i.e. (H, T, U).

**ACTIVITIES**

Teacher:

Guides pupils towards adding 2-digit numbers and subtraction of 2 digit numbers.

Pupils:

Pupils add 2-digit numbers and subtract 2 digit numbers.

Instructional Resources:

Bottle tops, sticks, seeds, pebbles etc.

**WEEK ELEVEN**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF 3-DIGIT NUMBERS

i. Performing the addition operation with 3-digit numbers

ii. Performing the subtraction operation with 3-digit numbers

iii. Differentiating between addition and subtraction using 3- digit numbers with place values not exceeding hundred, tens, and units (H,T,U.).

**ACTIVITIES**

Teacher:

Guides pupils to add 3-digit numbers and to subtract 3 digit numbers

Pupils:

Pupils add 3-digit numbers and subtract 3 digit numbers.

Instructional Resources:

Bottle tops, sticks, seeds, pebbles etc.

**WEEK TWELVE**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

MULTIPLICATION

i.Multiplication as repeated addition using counters

ii.Introducing the multiplication symbol “X”.

**ACTIVITIES**

Teacher:

i.Uses bottles tops to demonstrate the idea of multiplication as repeated addition e.g. 2+2+2 = 6.

ii.Guides pupils to use symbol ‘X’ to mean multiplication i.e. 2 x 3 = 6

Pupils:

i.Uses bottle tops to carry out multiplication as repeated addition.

ii.Uses symbol X to multiply i.e. 2 x 3 = 6.

Instructional Resources:

Numbers, Beads, Sticks, bottle tops etc.

**WEEK THIRTEEN: Revision**

**WEEK FOURTEEN: Examinations**

**SECOND TERM MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY TWO**

**WEEK ONE**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

2-DIMENSIONAL SHAPES

i. Identification of shapes (e.g. square, rectangle, triangle, circles).

ii. Naming shapes

iii. Drawing 2-dimentional shapes (e.g. square, rectangle, triangle, circles).

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher**:

Guides pupils to identify shapes such as square, rectangle, triangle, circle etc.

**Pupils:**

Pupils mentioned shapes like circle, square, rectangle, triangle.

**Instructional Resources:**

Concrete objects of circle, rectangle, square etc.

**WEEK TWO**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

**MONEY**

i. Uses of money e.g. buying and selling.

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

Showing of coins of different denominations 5k, 10k, 25k etc. uses flash cards to show addition of coins.

**Pupils:**

Pupils sorting out coins of different denomination, practice addition of coins.

Instructional Resources:

Actual coins, paper coins.

**WEEK THREE**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

**MONEY**

- Recognition of Nigerian currency (coins)
- Recognition of Nigerian currency (Bank notes)

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

Guides pupils to recognize Nigerian notes of different denominations.

**Pupils:**

Pupils recognized Nigerian notes, practice buying and selling in the corner shop.

Instructional Resources:

N5, N10, N20, N50 etc.

**WEEK FOUR**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

MONEY

i.Changing units of money i.e. 10k coins = 10kpieces

two 5k pieces = 10k etc.

ii.Practical (shopping with money and changing money e.g. in the class corner shop).

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

Guides pupils towards changing unit of money 2k coins = 2 pieces of 1k.

**Pupils:**

Pupils practice changing unit of money with kobo of 1k, 5k etc e.g. how many 1kobo makes 5kobo.

Instructional Resources:

1kobo, 5kobo, 10kobo etc.

**WEEK FIVE**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

TIME

i.Introduction of time using a wall clock showing the hands of the clock (hour, minutes and seconds).

ii.Reading clock to the hour and half an hour.

**ACTIVITIES**

Teacher:

i.Guides pupils to differentiate the hands of the clock e.g. hour, minute and seconds

ii.Guide pupils in telling the time to the hour and half the hour.

Pupils:

i.Identify and differentiate the hands of the clock

ii.Read the clock and tell time to the hour and half the hour.

Instructional Resources:

Wall clock and table clock.

**WEEK SIX**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

TIME

i. Drawing clock

ii. Indicating on drawn clocks, given time

iii. Days of the week

**ACTIVITIES**

Teacher:

i.Guide pupils in drawing clocks and indicating given time on it.

ii.Guide pupils as they list the days of the week.

Pupils

i.Draw clock and indicate given time on it.

ii.List the days of the week

Instructional Resources:

Wall clock, drawing materials, charts showing the days of the week, flash cards showing days of the week etc.

**WEEK SEVEN**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

CAPACITY

I. Identify objects used for measuring capacity.

ii. Naming objects used for measuring capacity.

**ACTIVITIES**

Teacher:

i. Guides pupils to identify objects used for measuring capacity, e.g. cup, bottles, buckets etc.

ii.Guide pupils to name the above objects.

Pupils:

i.Identify objects used for measuring capacity.

ii.Name objects used for measuring capacity.

Instructional Resources:

Cups, bottles, buckets, water, bowl, water jug etc.

**WEEK EIGHT**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

CAPACITY

i. Ordering of containers base on their capacities

**ACTIVITIES**

Teacher:

i.Guides pupils in drawing containers according to their capacity

ii.Guides pupils as they use a smaller container to fill a larger one.

iii.Guides pupils as they empty a large container into smaller ones.

Pupils:

i. Arranges containers according to their capacity.

ii.Filling a container using a smaller container.

iii.emptying a large container into smaller ones.

Instructional Resources:

Cups, bottles, buckets, water, bowl, jug etc.

**WEEK NINE**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

WEIGHT

i. Introducing the idea of weight

e.g. heavy or light.

ii. Unit of weight e.g. kilogrammes and grammes

**ACTIVITIES**

Teacher:

i.Guides pupils in comparing the weights of objects by taking two at a time and using hand balance

ii.Guides pupils as they identify the unit of weights i.e. kilogramme and grammes by using objects e.g. pencils, rule, bags etc.

Pupils:

i.Compare weights of objects by taking two at a time using the hand balance.

ii. Identify the units of weights i.e. kilograms and grams by using mixture of light and heavy objects e.g. pencils, ruler, bags etc.

Instructional Resources:

Objects of different capacity; bag, book, pencil, stone etc.

**WEEK TEN**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

WEIGHT

i.Measurement of weight

ii.Ordering of weight.

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

- Guides pupils towards taking their weight using weighing scales.
- Lead pupils to arrange their weights accordingly in descending or ascending order.

**Pupils:**

- Measures their weight using weighing scales
- Order the weights taken in
- Ascending order
- Descending order.

**Instructional Resources:**

Weighing scale, pupils.

**WEEK 11: **Revision

**WEEK 12: **Examinations

**Maths Scheme**, **Mathematics Scheme of Work Primary 2 Federal,** count and write numbers, operation with 2 digit numbers, **Schemeofwork.com**

**THIRD TERM MATHEMATICS SCHEME OF WORK FOR PRIMARY TWO**

**WEEK ONE**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

LENGTH

i.Introduction to the idea of length

ii.Natural units of length

**ACTIVITIES**

Teacher:

i.Guides pupils to measure length of classroom with their foot and arms length and record the results

ii.Lead pupils to find out the difference in arms length and other parts of the body used for measurements.

Pupils

i.Measure the length of classroom with their foot and arms length and record the result.

ii.Finds out the differences in arms’ length and other parts of the body used for measurement.

Instructional Resources:

Classroom, pupils, (parts of their body) i.e. legs arms, foot etc.

**WEEK TWO**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

LENGTH

i.Measurement in metres

ii.Measurement in centimeters

**ACTIVITIES**

Teacher:

i.Guides pupils to use metre rule to measure some objects in the classroom.

ii.Emphasizes on the importance of the standard unit as opposed to the natural unit of measurement.

iii.Leads pupils to identify the need for standard unit of measurement within the society.

Pupils:

i. Uses metre rule to measure some objects in the classroom.

ii.Mention the importance of the standard unit as opposed to the natural units of measurement

iii.Identify the need for standard unit of measurement within the society.

Instructional Resources:

Ruler, measuring tape, ropes etc.

**WEEK THREE**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

**AREA**

- Introducing the idea of Area
- Area of different objects; Rectangle, Square etc.
- Unit of measurement of Area.

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

- Guides pupils to observe and identify different shapes.
- Guide pupils to draw and identify the sides of a square and a rectangle.
- Guides pupils to compare areas of surfaces of squares and rectangles.

**Pupils:**

- Observe and identify shapes
- Draw and identify square and rectangle.

iii. Compares areas of surfaces of squares and rectangles.

**Instructional Resources:**

- Shapes; square and rectangles show in flash cards.

Ruler, measuring tape etc.

**WEEK FOUR**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

**AREA**

i. Area of Triangle

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

- Guides pupils to identify and draw a triangle
- Guide pupils to identify the sides of a triangle
- Guides pupils to compare areas of surfaces of triangles.

**Pupils:**

- Identify and draw a triangle
- Identify the number of sides of a triangle
- Compare the areas of surfaces of triangles.

**Instructional Resources**

Flash cards showing triangular shapes,

concrete objects of triangular shapes, ruler etc.

**WEEK FIVE**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

**AREA**

- Area of Circles

Comparing area of different circles showing which area is larger or smaller.

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

- Guides pupils to identify and draw a circle
- compare the areas of surfaces of circles.

**Pupils**

- Identify and draw a circle
- Compare the areas of surfaces of circles.

**Instructional Resources:**

Concrete circular objects, flash cards, showing circular shapes, ropes, ruler, bowls, cups etc.

**WEEK SIX**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

**AREA**

- Comparison of areas to show which area is large or small.
- Standard units of measuring area e.g. square units, centimeter square, metre square etc.

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

- Guides pupils to compare areas of different surfaces.
- Guides pupils to appreciate standard measuring units of areas.

**Pupils:**

- Pupils compare areas of different surfaces
- Identify the standard measuring unit of areas.

**Instructional Resources:**

Plain shapes; square, rectangle, triangle, circles etc.

**WEEK SEVEN**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

**2-DIMENSIONAL SHAPES**

- Identification of shapes

ii. “Square Corners” in shapes.

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

i. Bring squares, Triangles, Circles and Triangle materials to class.

- Leads pupils to identify the shapes.
- Lead pupils to name and draw the shapes identified.
- Leads pupils to discover the numbers of sides and corners of the shapes.
- Guides pupils to discover that a rectangle and square have “square corners” while triangles do not have square corners except (right angled triangles).

**Pupils:**

- Identify shapes
- Name and draw the shapes identified
- Identify the number of sides and corners of the shapes
- Discover that a rectangle and square have “square corners”.
- Discovers that some triangles have “square corners” (right angle) while others do not have square corners.

**Instructional Resources:**

Plain shapes; square, rectangles, triangles, circles etc.

**WEEK EIGHT**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

**3-DIMENSIONAL SHAPES**

Properties of

- Cubes
- Cuboids

**ACTIVITIES**

**Teacher:**

- Guides pupils to identify and count the faces of cubes and cuboids.
- Leads pupils to identify the corners and edges of cubes and cuboids.
- Leads pupils to mention objects at home that are cube or cuboids e.g. maggi cube, cube of sugar, match box, Lipton bag etc.

**Pupils:**

- Identify and count the faces of cubes and cuboids.
- Identify and count the corners and edges of cubes and cuboids.
- Mention objects at home that are cube or cuboids in shapes.

**Instructional Resources:**

Cube of sugar, magi cube, Lipton bag, Matches box, dice etc.

**WEEK NINE**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

3-DIMENSIONAL SHAPES

Properties of a Cylinder

**ACTIVITIES**

Teacher:

i. Guides pupils to identify flat curved surfaces of cylinders.

ii. Leads pupils to mention the differences between the flat faces and the curved faces of cylinders.

iii. Guide pupils to give examples of objects at home which are cylindrical in shape.

Pupils:

i. Identify flat curved surfaces of cylinder

ii. Mention the differences between the flat surfaces and the curved surfaces of cylinder.

iii. Give examples of objects at home which are cylindrical in shape.

Instructional Resources:

Cardboard, scissor gum, Tim of milk, Tin of Milo etc.

**WEEK TEN**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

3-DIMENSIONAL SHAPE

Properties of a Sphere

**ACTIVITIES**

Teacher:

i. Guides pupils to identify the curved surface of a sphere.

ii. Leads pupils to identify and mention objects at home that have spherical shapes. Pupils:

i. Identify the curved surface of sphere

ii. Identify and mention objects at home that have special shapes.

Instructional Resources:

Balls oranges.

**WEEK ELEVEN**

**TOPIC / CONTENT**

DATA COLLECTION

i. Collecting data and arranging them in arrays

ii. Collecting data and arranging them in groups.

**ACTIVITIES**

Teacher:

i.Guides pupils to collect data and arrange them in arrays.

ii.Arrange them in groups such as group of boys and group of girls.

Pupils:

i.Collect data and arrange them in arrays

ii.Collect data and arrange them in groups.

Instructional Resources:

Pupils themselves, card written ages, wall, rule etc.

**WEEK 12 : **Revision

**WEEK 13: **Examinations