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Key Stage 2

At this age, children are learning to:

  • try different approaches when solving problems.
  • break down problems into smaller, more manageable tasks.
  • use mathematical language and symbols.
  • convert between fractions, decimals and percentages.
  • investigate and explain number patterns by drawing graphs and charts.
  • calculate probability, for example, of getting a head and a tail when tossing two coins.


Treasure Hunts

Children love to be moving around whilst learning, which makes the idea of a treasure hunt such a good one. Try to have different questions and answers hidden around the house and see how quickly your children can complete the circuit! An example of one of these treasure hunts is in the resource below. The children have to use their knowledge of reading different scales to help them solve this particular treasure hunt but it can be opened up to any maths related topic!

Reading Scales Treasure Hunt

Multiplication Games


Multiplication is an essential skill which children need to master. By the time children reach year 6 all children need to know their times tables up to 12x12 and all their square numbers. Times tables underpins all maths and lack of timetables can often restrict children from learning different areas of maths such as; division, algebra, long multiplication and even fractions. One way of learning times tables and making it more fun is by using a racetrack. Children attempt to go around the racetrack as quickly as possible whilst mutiplying each number by whatever timetable they are learning at that time. Children not only need to learn their tables off by heart but also in any order (Not just 2x3=6, 3x3=9 4x3=12 etc). Within Key stage 2 children should know all their times tables. Try printing off one of the racetracks and having a go at home!