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MATHEMATICS YEAR 2

WEEK
THEME/TOPIC CONTENT STANDARD LEARNING STANDARD
1 Fraction 6.1 Name Proper Fraction (i) Recognise the proper fractions with numerator of 1 and
denominator up to 10 by using concrete materials, pictures and
folded papers.

(ii) Say the proper fractions of one half, one third, one fourth, one
fifth, one sixth, one seventh, one eighth, one ninth and one tenth.

denominator 10.

(iv) Shade the diagram according to the given fractions.

2 6.2 Write Proper Fraction (i) Write the proper fractions with numerator of 1 and
denominator up to 10, when mentioned and based on the shaded
diagrams
6.3 Compare Value Of Two Proper
Fractions (i) Compare the values of two proper fractions with numerator of
1 and denominator up to 10, based on folded papers, fraction
boards and diagrams.

3 Decimals 7.1 Identify Decimal Concepts (i) Convert fractions of tenths to decimals.

(ii) Say decimals zero point one up to zero point nine correctly.

(iv) Shade diagram based on given decimal numbers.

4 7.2 Write Decimals (i) Write zero point one up to zero point nine when read aloud
based on shaded parts on diagrams and number lines.

5 7.3 Compare Values Of Decimals (i) Compare the values of zero point one up to zero point nine
based on folded papers, number lines and diagrams.
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6 Money Up To RM100 8.1 Recognise And Say Value Of (i) Identify notes of RM50 and RM100.
Malaysian Currency
(ii) Represent the value of money using abacus 4:1.

(iii) State combination of notes which give a sum of money up to

RM100.

7 8.2 Add Values Of Money (i) Add two values of money involving:
(a) ringgit,
(b) sen,
(c) ringgit and sen,
and the sum not exceeding RM100.

(ii) Add three values of money involving:

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(a) ringgit,
(b) sen,
(c) ringgit and sen,
and the sum not exceeding RM100.
8.3 Subtract Values Of Money (i) Subtract two values of money involving:
9 (a) ringgit,
(b) sen,
(c) ringgit and sen.

(ii) Subtract consecutively two values of money from any value up

to RM100 involving:
(a) ringgit,
(b) sen,
(c) ringgit and sen.

10 8.4 Daily Life Problem Solving Involving (i) Create stories based on number sentences of addition and
Additional & Subtraction subtraction involving money.

(ii) Solve daily life problems involving addition and subtraction of

money.
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MEASUREMENT AND GEOMETRY
11 Time 9.1 State The Time In Hours And (i) Recognise minute graduations on the clock face.
Minutes
(ii) Recognise graduations and numerals that show multiples of
five minutes on the clock face.

(iii) State and show time in hours and multiples of five minutes.

(iv) Convert time in hours and multiples of five minutes from

words to numerals and vice versa.

(vi) Record daily activities according to the time in hours and

minutes.
12 9.2 State The Relationship In Time (i) State the relationship between:
(a) days and hours.
(b) hours and minutes.

13 Length 10.1 Recognise Centimetre And Metre (i) Recognise centimetre and metre by observing the graduations
on a ruler and measuring tape.

(a) centimetres,
(b) metres.

(iii) Write the length given in:

(a) centimetres using the symbol 'cm',
(b) metres using the symbol 'm'.

14 10.2 Measure The Length In (i) Measure and mark the specified distance in units of:
Centimetres And Metres (a) centimetres,
(b) metres.

(ii) Measure and record the length of objects in the units of:
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(a) centimetres,
(b) metres.

(iii) Draw straight lines according to the given measurement in the

units of:
(a) centimetres,
(b) metres.

15 10.3 Estimate The Length In (i) Estimate the length of objects in units of centimetres and
Centimetres And Metres metres and compare the estimation with the actual measurement.

Mass 11.1 Recognise Gram And Kilogram (i) Recognise gram and kilogram by observing the graduation on
16 the weighing scale.
(ii) Recognise mass in:
(a) grams,
(b) kilograms.
(iii) Write the mass given in:
(a) grams using the symbol 'g',
(b) kilograms using the symbol 'kg'.
17 11.2 Weigh The Mass In Grams And (i) Weigh and record mass of objects in:
Kilograms (a) grams,
(b) kilograms.
18 11.3 Estimate The Mass Of Objects In (i) Estimate the mass of objects in units of grams and kilogram and
Units Of Grams And Kilograms And compare the estimation with the actual weight.
Compare The Estimation With The
Actual Weight
19 Volume Of Liquid 12.1 Recognise Mililitre And Litre (i) Recognise millilitre and litre by observing the graduation on the
measuring cylinder.
(ii) Recognise volume of liquid in:
(a) millilitres,
(b) litres.
(iii) Write the volume of liquid given in:
(a) millilitres by using the symbol 'm', 
(b) litre by using the symbol ' '. 
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12.2 Measure In Mililitres And Litres (i) Measure, mark and record volume of liquid as determined in
(a) millilitres,
(b) litres.
12.3 Estimate In Mililitres And Litres (i) Estimate the volume of liquid in units of millilitres and litres and
compare it with the actual measurement.
20 Space 13.1 Identify Three Dimensional Shapes (i) Identify three-dimensional shapes based on descriptions.
(ii) Identify basic shapes of three-dimensional shapes.

13.2 Identify Nets Of Three (i) Identify various nets of three-dimensional shapes: cube, cuboid,
21 Dimensional Shapes square based pyramid, cylinder and cone.
13.3 Identify Two Dimensional Shapes (i) Identify two-dimensional shapes based on descriptions.
(ii) Draw basic shapes of two-dimensional shapes: square,
rectangle, triangle and circle.

Statistic and Data 14.1 collect data based on real i) identify various way in collecting data
22 Management situation ii) Use an easy words to explain the axis
14.2 Read and obtain information from
a bar chart
14.3 solve problems involving daily
situations