Year 2

# Place Value: Lolly Shop

Students learn that 10 of these are 1 of those, and they apply this knowledge to three-digit numbers.

Year 2

### Task 1 • Packing lollies

Students learn that making groups helps us to keep track of the count and facilitates efficient counting strategies.

Place Value: Lolly Shop
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### Task 2 • Rolls and boxes

Students learn to group ones to make tens and group tens to make hundreds, and develop the idea of “10 of these is 1 of those”.

Place Value: Lolly Shop
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### Task 3 • Filling Boxes

Students play a simple game to build their understanding of “10 of these is 1 of those”.

Place Value: Lolly Shop
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### Task 4 • How many?

Students learn that numbers can be represented in different but equivalent ways.

Place Value: Lolly Shop
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### Task 5 • Different Ways

Students play a game building their understanding of different yet equivalent ways to represent a two-digit number.

Place Value: Lolly Shop
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### Task 6 • Counting lollies

Students learn to use ‘10 of these is 1 of those’ to make sense of place value patterns and different but equivalent representations.

Place Value: Lolly Shop

## Suggested implementation

This time plan is just one way that you might choose to implement this sequence. We have used a warm-up activity at the start of most lessons, and a number of tasks are split across two lessons. The timing provided in the tasks’ documentation align with this implementation advice.

Week 1Week 2
Monday

• Warm-up
• Launch and Explore
• Connect
• Summarise

• Warm-up
• Launch and Explore
Tuesday

Task 2 • Rolls and Boxes

• Warm-up
• Launch and Explore
• Gallery walk

• Warm-up
• Connect
• Summarise
Wednesday

Task 2 • Rolls and Boxes

• Warm-up
• Connect
• Summarise

• Play the game Different Ways
Thursday

• Warm-up
• Play the game Filling Boxes

• Warm-up
• Launch and Explore
• Connect
• Summarise
Friday

• Warm-up
• Play the game Filling Boxes

• Warm-up
• Launch and Explore
• Connect
• Summarise

## Curriculum and syllabus alignment

### Achievement standards

In Year 2, students order and represent numbers to at least 1000, apply knowledge of place value to partition, rearrange and rename two- and three-digit numbers in terms of their parts, and regroup partitioned numbers to assist in calculations.