Free Math Worksheets for Grade 2
This is a comprehensive collection of free printable math worksheets for grade 2, organized by topics such as addition, subtraction, mental math, regrouping, place value, clock, money, geometry, and multiplication. They are randomly generated, printable from your browser, and include the answer key. The worksheets support any second grade math program, but have been specifically designed to match Math Mammoth grade 2 curriculum.
The worksheets are randomly generated each time you click on the links below. You can also get a new, different one just by refreshing the page in your browser (press F5).
You can print them directly from your browser window, but first check how it looks like in the "Print Preview". If the worksheet does not fit the page, adjust the margins, header, and footer in the Page Setup settings of your browser. Another option is to adjust the "scale" to 95% or 90% in the Print Preview. Some browsers and printers have "Print to fit" option, which will automatically scale the worksheet to fit the printable area.
All worksheets come with an answer key placed on the 2nd page of the file.
- Adding single-digit numbers - sum 10 or less
- Adding within 0-10 - missing addend
- Adding single-digit numbers - sum between 10 and 18
- Adding within 10-18 - missing addend
- Three addends, single-digit
- Three addends, single digit, missing addend
- Four addends, single-digit
- Four addends, single digit, missing addend
- Missing addend - sums with 11 and 12
- Missing addend - sums with 13 and 14
- Missing addend - sums with 15 and 16
- Missing addend - sums with 17 and 18
- Missing addend random within 1 and 20
- Adding whole tens, 2 addends
- Adding whole tens, 2 addends, missing addend
- Adding whole tens, 3 addends (print in landscape)
- Adding whole tens, 3 addends, missing addend (print in landscape)
- Adding whole tens, 4 addends (print in landscape)
- Adding whole tens, 4 addends, missing addend (print in landscape)
Regrouping in addition
This is also called column addition: we write the numbers under each other for adding. Most worksheet below involve regrouping with tens (aka carrying to tens). See also this free lesson of mine: Regrouping in Addition.
You can simply refresh your browser window to get another worksheet of the same kind.
Remember you can simply refresh your browser window to get another worksheet of the same kind.
Regrouping in subtraction
Most worksheets below involve regrouping (aka borrowing), unless otherwise stated.
- Build a three-digit number from the parts (print in landscape)
- Find the missing place value from a 3-digit number (print in landscape)
- Skip-count by 10 starting from 10, till a little past 300
- Skip-count by 10 starting from 2, till a little past 300
- Skip-count by 10 starting from 5, till a little past 300
- Skip-count by 10 starting from 250
- Skip-count by 10, starting from 428
- Skip-count by 10, starting from 517
- Skip-count by 20, starting from 20
- Skip-count by 20, starting from 240
- Skip-count by 50, starting from 50
- Skip-count by 2, starting from 378
- Skip-count by 2, starting from 581
- Skip-count by 2, starting from 239
- Skip-count by 5, starting from 425
- Skip-count by 5, starting from 375
- Skip-count by 5, starting from 580
Click here to make more skip-counting exercises, starting from any number you wish.
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Clock (telling time)
Money - counting coins
- Pennies, nickels, and dimes only - up to 10 coins
- Pennies, nickels, and dimes only - up to 15 coins
- Pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters - max $1.00
- Pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters - max $2.00
- Pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters - max $5.00
- The four common coins plus $1 and $5 bills - easy
- The four common coins plus $1 and $5 bills - medium
Use these pages to make worksheets for other currencies:
Again, conversions between measuring units are not included in the Common Core standards for 2nd grade. In 2nd grade, the emphasis of the curriculum should be to familiarize children with the act of measuring and choosing the appropriate measuring unit. Also, unit conversions require a good working knowledge of the multiplication tables. If you want your student to practice conversions between measuring units in second grade, please check the measuring section in grade 3 worksheets.
If you wish to have more control on the options such as number of problems or font size or spacing of problems, or range of numbers, just click on these links to use the worksheet generators yourself:
2nd Grade Math Worksheets
2nd grade math is all about mastering the basics. Our math worksheets for 2nd graders give kids the opportunity to solve different kinds of problems and sharpen their math skills.
Symmetry in the Sky
Children can learn about a basic form of symmetry by looking at one half of an object and drawing its mirror image on the other side to complete it...See more
Name the 3D Shapes
With this geometry worksheet, children can venture into the world of 3D shapes in math like cuboids and prisms...See more
Add the Strawberries in the Bush
How many strawberries can you find in the bush? Download this free addition printable and ask them this question! See more
Match the Times
'Match the Time' is a perfect time worksheet for 2nd grade kids because the math printable gives them... See more
‘Total Recall’ is a money printable that has an array of brain-wracking math problems on money. The series of math problems make sure kids don’t waste a single minute. See more
Cat and Rat
‘Cat and Rat’ is a cool geometry worksheet that shows kids how to design a maze of their own using only a grid and some tracing paper! See more
Help your young learner get better at reading analog clocks with this simple time worksheet, “Clock Work”. Students find out more about others’ routines and answer a few questions about their own in this fun worksheet for kids. See more
When the king ordered for cut glass triangles, he didn’t mean for them to be broken! Unfortunately, now only a skilled multiplier can help put the broken pieces together again. Do you think you’re up to the task? See more
Do shapes with the same area always have the same perimeter as well? How do you know? “Castle Walls” is a simple geometry worksheet that helps beginners understand these basic concepts better. See more
Test your mathematical ability by solving math problems and comparing your answers with the calculator’s in ‘Calculator Match’. See more
The Car Trains of Gridlokia
Help the traffic police manage Gridlokia’s traffic by solving the math problems and letting them know how many cars can be joined to form each train. See more
In this math worksheet, students must figure out how many glasses of orange juice, grapefruit juice and apple juice to fetch for the passengers on the ferry. See more
A.M and P.M
A.M and P.M” is a fun drawing worksheet that helps young learners understand the mysterious concept of A.M and P.M. Compile the class’ drawings to create a cute class book about time. See more
In this math worksheet, students practice adding and subtracting to balance equations as they put each of the beautiful butterflies in their right places. See more
A Penny for Your Name
With values for each letter, students add the values of the letters in their names to find out whose name is the most valuable. See more
Time for some coloring fun! Can your 2nd grader help the queen identify which gems go in each treasure chest? See more
What's That Number?
Kids will need to use their addition and subtraction skills to fill in the missing facts and solve all the problems correctly in this fun worksheet! See more
Can your second grader answer some questions about the number of cans collected? He’ll need some skill at counting by fives to help him! See more
The Cold Facts
Are you tired of asking your second grader to practice math problems? The Cold Facts is a simple worksheet that your child can use to practice both addition and subtraction. See more
Pairs of Pears
Teach kids to count money with ‘Pairs of Pears’, a fun counting money worksheet for kids! They will soon be able to identify dollars, half-dollars, quarters, dimes and more! See more
Are you ready for a math worksheet with a twist? ‘Shape Sums’ is the perfect way to sharpen those addition skills in a fun way! See more
Pattern Perfect Train
The princess is playing around the castle with her pattern train. Would your 2nd grader like to join her? Activities and worksheets like these promote logical thinking and visual discrimination skills in children. See more
What's the Time?
With our ‘What’s the Time?’ worksheet, you can gauge how well the kids have grasped the concept and help them tell time accurately. See more
Use this worksheet for a quick revision of the multiplication tables. Your second grader will also get some practice multiplying on a grid. See more
Do You Carry the Ball?
Carrying the ball is always a matter of pride in football, but when it comes to numbers, sometimes it’s better not to carry over. See more
CJ The Defender
Ratso’s henchman is trying to capture all the jousting rings, but CJ is not going to let that happen. Can your 2nd grader help CJ capture the rings by solving the addition problems in them? See more
Odd n' Even Bubbles
As kids learn to count numbers, here is a fun way to teach them to identify even and odd numbers – the ‘Odd ‘n Even Bubbles’ math worksheet. See more
Food FractionsIt’s time for the kids to use their math skills and divide the food for everybody at the party in our fun, free, fractions worksheet, ‘Food Fractions’! See more
This colorful activity is a great way to help your second grader understand two-digit addition. See more
With a clear and easy-to-understand explanation of how fractions are named, there’s no more teaching needed before your second grader can get working on these problems. See more
Time to test those addition skills! Can your 2nd grader help CJ aim the correct rocks at each section of the wall? See more
Play That Tune
‘Play That Tune’ is a simple money worksheet to help kids recognize exact monetary values. See more
Bring out the crayon box – there’s some coloring to do! In this worksheet, kids identify numbers that come in between 26 and 61, and color them accordingly. See more
Ratso’s henchmen have been feasting at the banquet hall again, and as usual, the Cook has kept track of everything they ate. Can your 2nd grader help? See more
‘Starfish Surprises’ is a fun math worksheet on identifying number patterns and sequencing numbers. See more
Can You Buy it?
This is one lesson your 2nd grader will really appreciate. In each case, your child must calculate whether or not she has enough money to buy the item shown. See more
A Great Big Bite
These sharks seem to be ravenous. Someone needs to feed them before they begin to feed on us! Is your 3rd grader up to the job? See more
2nd Grade Math Worksheets
2nd grade math is all about mastering the basics. Math worksheets for 2nd graders give kids the opportunity to solve different kinds of problems and sharpen their math skills.
Advantages of Math Worksheets for 2nd Graders
In second grade, kids learn some of the most fundamental math concepts that help them understand other advanced concepts later. Math worksheets for Grade 2 include different topics, each of varying levels of difficulty, based on the curriculum and math standards appropriate for that age group.
2nd grade math builds heavily on concepts learnt in first grade, as well as introduces kids to new concepts. Second graders learn addition and subtraction with 3-digit numbers, place values up to thousands, to tell time, to create and interpret simple graphs, and to calculate area and perimeter. Kids are also introduced to basic multiplication and division in this grade.
There is a host of free second grade math worksheets available online. Easy to print and hand out to a group of kids, these worksheets are an invaluable resource for homeschooling parents as well as teachers. Timed worksheets are also a great way to encourage kids to solve problems faster.
Fun Math Worksheets, Activities and Games for Grade 2
Math can be an easy subject to dislike. While worksheets are probably the easiest way to get kids to practice math, they can sometimes get monotonous and boring. Make the subject fun to learn by giving the little kids fun math games to play! The cool math games in the virtual world here at Math Blaster are the perfect mix of fun and learning. Get kids hooked on these games and watch them get better at the subject in no time!
You can also check out the virtual world at JumpStart.com for more exciting educational games for kids.