# Second Grade Math Worksheets

You will find a huge selection of worksheets that are specifically designed to help second grade students and teachers learn the fundamental skills that are highlighted for this grade level. Each of the topics come complete with step by step lessons, quizzes, and even homework sheets for students to work on independently. All of our materials are aligned with the Core Math Standards. This makes it simple to include in lesson plans as a teacher. As a parent you can rest assure that your children are getting age appropriate material. This also gives you a good idea of their progress and success at this level. Please make sure to use our test section to determine how your students are doing on the materials that are presented. We have had over a dozen independent accolades on the work that is presented here. We also have Second Grade Math Posters for you to print.

### Operations and Pre-Algebra Worksheets

- One and Two Step Addition and Subtraction (Up to 100) Word Problems (2.OA.1) - This where students need to look for clues within the sentences of the word problems to determine what math operations need to be used to complete the problems.
- Addition and Subtraction (Within 20) (2.OA.2) - This is the most basic form of adding and subtracting numbers.
- Odd and Even Numbers (2.OA.3) - Students first determine how to classify an integer in this section.
- Consecutive Numbers (2.OA.3) - Numbers that follow right in line. Learn how to identify them and begin to learn patterns.
- Counting Rectangular Arrays (Rows and Columns) (2.OA.4) - This is the where the concept for a spreadsheet first started.
- Four Digit Addition (2.NBT) - We begin to add numbers that have a thousands place value. Lots of carrying going on here.
- Addition of Three Integers (2.NBT) - Students often get confused when an extra integer is lobbed into a problem they are working on.
- Place Value (Ones, Tens, Hundreds) (2.NBT.1) - This allows students to pinpoint different parts of an integer.
- Ones, Tens, Hundreds, and Thousands Blocks (2.NBT.A.1) - This really helps students visualize the math they are working with.
- Regrouping (2.NBT.A.1) - Students learn how to find balance across operations that span different place values.
- Skip Counting to 1000 (5s, 10s, 100s) (2.NBT.2) - This is the first look into the concept of higher-level mental math for students to work with and ponder.
- Mixed Skip Counting (2.NBT.A.2) - Students will skip by many different forms of presets for themselves.
- Skip Counting By 5s (2.NBT.2) - A simple yet fundamental way to approach addition and multiplication.
- Forms of Numbers (Numerals, Number Names, Expanded Form) (2.NBT.3) - This brings students in on how integers and words really relate and tell their own stories.
- Writing Names of Numbers and Expanded Format (2.NBT.3) - This is where Science and Language Arts step on the toes of Math, just a little bit.
- Number Comparisons (Under 1000) (2.NBT.4) - Being about to have an understanding of whether a value is more, less than or equal another value is very significant.
- Fluently Adding and Subtracting (2.NBT.5) - This is taken mental math to a whole new level.
- Adding Single and Double Digits (2.NBT.B.5) - This focuses on addition of the ones and tens place value.
- Addition of Double Digits (2.NBT.B.5) - Carrying the value over to the hundreds place can confuse students.
- One Digit from Two Digits Subtraction (2.NBT.B.5) - This can also result in the need to carry digits between place values.
- Two Digit Subtraction (2.NBT.B.5) - The only real issue is when the ones places on the difference is way off.
- Subtraction with Dots (Related to 2.NBT.B.5) - A nice way to prime in double and triple digits.
- The Addition of Four Two Digit Numbers (2.NBT.6) - This is like the Boy Band of math. Lots of attention needed.
- Adding and Subtracting (Within 1,000) (2.NBT.7) - This should lead you down the road of mastery.
- Addition of Triple and Double Digits (2.NBT.B.7) - Some carrying of values between places will help here as well.
- Two Digit from Three Digit Subtraction (2.NBT.B.7) - The tens place can really jam you up here.
- Three from Three Digit Subtraction (2.NBT.B.7) - This can be easy as pie or super difficult depending on the tens place.
- Mixed Number Subtraction (2.NBT.B.7) - These integers are really all over the place. Make sure to track the whole number and fraction as we determine differences between mixed numbers.
- Missing Digit Subtraction (Related to 2.NBT.B.7) - The is a super step towards working with algebraic terms.
- Estimate Sums (2.NBT.B.7) - Based on given values where for a group of integers where do you feel this is going?
- Mixed Addition (2.NBT.B.7) - Mixed in the sense that they have a wide variety of place values.
- Three Digit Addition (2.NBT.B.7) - This requires carrying in some cases over two different place values.
- Borrowing and Regrouping Subtraction (2.NBT.B.7) - This is a nice introduction to both borrowing and regrouping with operations.
- Mental Addition and Subtraction (2.NBT.8) - You should be able to do this well under simple operations. You will begin to rely less on your calculator.
- Relating Addition and Subtraction (Fact Families) (2.NBT.9) - Fact families are at the core for this level. Students begin to see how these inverse operations can complement one another.
- Measurement Tools and Measuring Length (2.MD.1) - The instruments you would commonly use to gauge the length of an object.
- Measures of Length Word Problems (2.MD.2) - Word problems that include a measure of length and can be found by looking at unit values.
- Estimating Units of Length (2.MD.3) - Ballparking the length of something happens every day. This section focuses on the units of measure used.
- Estimating Length Measures (2.MD.3) - There are several measures that can help you make judgements.
- Measuring Length in Meters (2.MD.4) - These worksheets focus on length in units of meters.
- Length Word Problems (2.MD.5)- You will need to break apart each word problem here.
- Number Lines and Whole Numbers (2.MD.6) - We use full units on these number lines.
- Telling Time from Analog and Digital Clocks (2.MD.7) - Outside of schools, I rarely see analog clocks at all these days.
- Measuring Time in Words (2.MD.C.7) - This can even be written in slang as well. A light bulb will go on for some students here.
- Dollars and Cents Word Problems (2.MD.8) - Word problems that involve money changing hands.
- Adding and Subtracting Values of Money ( 2.MD.C.8) - Sometimes a few dollars here or there can have a big impact.
- Comparing Values of Money (2.MD.C.8) - This a comparison at the most basic value.
- Counting Coins and Dollars (2.MD.C.8) - We play with pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and dollars.
- Converting Money Values (2.MD.C.8) - Cashiers at stores do this all the time. Counting out cash that matches a value. This includes both bills and coins.
- Counting Coins (U.S.) (2.MD.C.8) - The automated teller is slowly, but surely taking this away from us.
- Making Change (2.MD.C.8) - Being able to quickly count coins is a gift. The quicker you can do it, the more sales you will make.
- Mixed Coin Counts ( Up to $5.00) (2.MD.C.8) - There are many times when you need to count over a dollars worth of coins. Wait until you start doing laundry.
- Generate Measurement Data Word Problems (2.MD.9) - You will often need to find your own measures to solve advanced problems.
- Make Graphs That Represent Data (2.MD.10) - Graphs that mix with data are super helpful.
- Horizontal Bar Charts (2.MD.D.10) - These bars go left to right. You donâ€™t see them used that often in modern media.
- Making Bar Graphs (2.MD.D.10) - The core skill of being able to actual use data that you collect to help you make decisions or to help you better understand what is going on.
- Reading Data Tables (2.MD.D.10) - You will read and interpret data tables made by others. This will help you learn to make sense of data.
- Making Pictographs (2.MD.D.10) - The good old picture graphs that we all love. A great place to start to understand data better.
- Recognizing and Drawing Shapes (2.G.1) - The is the next step after identifying shapes. You will learn all the basic geometric figures.
- The Area of Rectangles (2.G.2) - The old length multiplied by width. A great shape to start this concept with.
- Breaking Shapes Into Halves and Quarters (2.G.3) - Being able to break apart shapes accurately is helpful in many different areas of school.

### Numbers and Base Ten Worksheets

### Measurement and Data Worksheets

### Geometry Worksheets

### What Topics Do Math Students Learn in Second Grade?

Is your child about to start with second grade mathematics? Or do you want to check if your kid gained the required skills at the end of their second grade year? Here is a list of all the topics that students learn in second grade.

**Number Systems**

- Reading, locating, comparing, and identifying numbers to 20.

- The concept of place values, including units, tens, hundreds, and thousands

- Skip counting by 1s, 2s, 5s, and 10s

- Understanding reverse properties of whole numbers

- Addition and subtraction of coins

**Measurement**
- Using and understanding more than, less than, same as, heavier than, lighter than, and taller than

- Reading a clock

- Difference between hours, minutes, and seconds

- Using terms including inches, feet, yard, centimeters, and meters

**Geometry**
- Describe and identify 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional shapes

- Differentiate between 2D and 3D shapes

- Identify shapes in everyday structures

- Making patterns with shapes

**Patterning**
- Identifying and describing patterns with multiple attributes

- Follow specific rules in number-, picture-, and object-patterns

- Identifying patterns in daily life such as wallpapers and paint patterns

By the end of the second grade school year, a student must have a strong grasp on all these concepts as they lay the foundation of advanced concepts, they will have to study in the third grade.