This week, year 2 are applying their knowledge of tens and ones to partition 2 digit numbers. You can do this really practically at home by drawing a stick for a ten and a dot for a one (the children are used to this at school).
Once you have completed the lessons below, try partitioning the same number in different ways. For example 36 can be 30 + 6, 20 + 16 and 10 + 26.
If your child is unsure about partitioning, here is a link to BBC Bitesize that might help. Partitioning into tens and ones