2nd grade math
Give your child some valuable place value lessons with a brightly-colored worksheet that will have her number guessing and identifying throughout its entirety.
Each sour fruit in this worksheet has a number written inside. Kids will match each number to the written equivalent of the number.
On this second grade math worksheet, kids translate numbers written with words to numbers written with numerals up to four digits long.
Help your second grader review place value with this quick practice quiz.
Go over number order with your second grader with this nifty practice test.
Review number patterns with your second grader with this mini quiz that asks him to choose the number that comes next in each pattern.
In this second grade math worksheet, your child will practice identifying place value up to the millions place.
Start your second grader out with some place value practice with this colorful worksheet that explores the ones, tens, and hundreds digits.
In this second grade math worksheet, your child will learn about place value of numbers by ranking things from tallest to shortest according to their numbers.
In this second grade math worksheet, your child will learn about place value, practice reading whole numbers, and learn about shopping within a budget.
Does your second grader need some help with place values? Check out this brightly-colored, fun worksheet that explores numbers up to four digits long.
Kids practice place value by expanding numbers and smashing them back together again.
Can your second grader dig a little deeper into number comparisons? Have her find the missing number that makes each "greater than" equation true.
This worksheet gives your second grader practice identifying numbers as ordinal or cardinal. Before you know it, he'll be a number whiz kid!
In this second grade math worksheet, your child will learn about place value and practice reading whole numbers up to the hundred thousands.
Make the math concept "less than" more clear with a colorful worksheet that gets him practicing with number comparisons to make each equation true.
Greater than or less than? It's up to your second grader to decide which sign would make each of these equations read correctly.
Each yummy cupcake in this worksheet contains a number. In this place value math worksheet, kids match each number to its written equivalent.
This elephant dot-to-dot has a mathematical twist. Instead of counting 1,2,3 kids will count by tens to connect the dots.
Test your child's grasp of place value with this 2nd grade math worksheet. Your child must write out the place value of each number in numerals and in words.
This worksheet engages second graders in a fun, connect-the-dots activity while encouraging counting in multiples of nine.
This colorful worksheet asks your second grader to number each pretty pink flower that is empty with numbers from 150 to 200.
Can your second grader track down the odd numbers, and write them on sections of the caterpillar's body?
This donkey dot-to-dot worksheet challenges your child to count by twos. Try this donkey dot-to-dot with your child to strengthen his skip counting skills.
For each four-digit number on this second grade math worksheet, kids determine the place value of each digit.