If your child has ever played Battleship, chances are he's familiar with grids. Can your child help build a new town by drawing buildings on the grid map?
Give your second grader with ranges. She'll determine the smallest and largest values, and then solve subtraction problems to determine the ranges.
Is your second grader ready to learn probability? This worksheet--and a coin--are all the tools she needs to get some practice with the concept.
Not only is this filled with cute animal images, but it gives your second grader just the practice he needs to get comfortable tallying up sets of data.
Help your second grader practice using tally marks with this worksheet, and next family game night, she can keep score!
Give your second grader practice finding mode by finding out with this make-believe survey about favorite desserts.
Can your second grader make her own bar chart? Use this pretend survey of 38 people and their favorite cities to find out!
Give your second grader some practice working with data with this fun-to-complete favorite veggie survey.
Kids practice making a Venn diagram about kinds of gift wrap by sorting the gifts in their correct spaces in this 2nd grade math worksheet.
With three different ways to find averages, your second grader may be a little overwhelmed with math. Making finding modes easier with this worksheet.
Boost your child's analytical thinking skills with this 2nd grade math worksheet in which he'll use data from a bar graph to answer word problems.
Kids practice reading a Venn diagram about favorite hobbies and answer questions about it in this 2nd grade math worksheet.
Kids practice reading a Venn diagram about favorite desserts and answer questions about it in this 2nd grade math worksheet.
Kids practice reading a Venn diagram about instruments in an orchestra and answering questions about it in this 2nd grade math worksheet.
Don't let your second grader forget graphs: review how to read a bar graph and pictograph with help from this handy quiz.
Help the concept of graphing really sink in by challenging your second grader to graph kids' favorite colors using a table, tally mark table, and grid.
Kids practice representing a set of data using three kinds of graphs: a bar graph, pictograph, and pie graph.
Help your second grader learn how to interpret a pie graph with this worksheet all about kids and their pets.
Introduce your second grader to graphs with this worksheet that asks kids to read a pictogram and answer a set of questions.
For sports lovers, this coordinate grid worksheet is sure to be a hit. It's packed with baseballs, volleyballs, soccer balls, and more!
Help your second grader learn how to read a math table by using this math farm table to answer a set of questions.
Celebrate the winter Olympics with this 2nd grade math worksheet in which children practice reading, analyzing, and computing data in a bar graph.
If your second grader is stumped by bar graphs, clear up the confusion with this worksheet that helps kids learn how to read and interpret a bar graph.
Ready for some pictograph practice? Build your child's graph literacy with a lesson on reading a pictograph about trees.
Boost your child's data know-how with a lesson on reading and understanding a math pictograph, a kind of graph in which pictures stand in for number data.
What's your second grader's favorite animal? How about the rest of his class? He'll use these results to make his own bar graph!
Pictographs are a great introduction to working with data and graphs. Kids help the hamburger cafe compare the number of hamburgers they sold using pictographs.
Oh no! The mayor finally finished building the city, but all the signs got mixed up! Can your child help him sort out the mess?
This worksheet sets your second grader up with a few word problems that ask her to find the ranges of sets of data.