Second Grade Worksheets and Printables

Featuring vivid illustrations and clear instructions, these second grade worksheets cover a wide range of subjects to supplement your child's education. Topics include addition, subtraction, money, word building, adjectives and story-telling. If your kids need a greater challenge, try our third grade worksheets.
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Ninja Riddle: Addition Ninja Riddle: Addition Can your child flex addition skills to solve the ninja riddle on this page?
Double Digits! Practice Vertical Addition with Carrying 41 Double Digits! Practice Vertical Addition with Carrying 41 Is just the thought of double-digit addition making your child cringe?
Christmas Goodie Bags Christmas Goodie Bags With Christmas just around the corner, prepare goodie bags for classmates with a few DIY candy envelopes!
Short Vowel A Short Vowel A Boost your kid's reading readiness with this charming phonics worksheet.
Silent 'e' Worksheet Silent "e" Worksheet Silent E worksheets are important to phonics success.
Valentine Cards Valentine Cards For little love birds everywhere, here are some adorable valentines that you can print from home for that special someone.
Seal Facts Seal Facts Young readers will love digging into this passage's cool seal facts, and they'll get a nice reading comprehension workout in the process.
How Does it Grow?: Potato How Does it Grow?: Potato Your child has probably tried a potato, but does he know the process it goes through to make it to the dinner table?
Sentence Building Sentence Building Is your kid a fan of word puzzles? This multi-step worksheet will practice his skills with sentence building.
Make Change: City Trip! Make Change: City Trip! Your child is going on a trip. Does he have enough money to cover his expenses?
How Do Butterflies Eat? How Do Butterflies Eat? Did you know butterflies have no teeth? How do you think they eat?
Ramon's Homophones Ramon's Homophones Homophones are words that sound alike but have different meanings.
October 2011: Calendar Learning October 2011: Calendar Learning October is time for Halloween, but can you find it on a calendar?
Bessie Coleman and Mae Jemison Bessie Coleman and Mae Jemison Explore the lives of two high-flying pioneers -- Bessie Coleman and Dr. Mae Jemison.
Celia Cruz: Historical Heroes Celia Cruz: Historical Heroes If your child loves singing but isn't so hot on studying history, help her get started studying with this worksheet about singer Celia Cruz.
Counting Coins: Present Math V Counting Coins: Present Math V Help your child master coin counting with this fun second grade worksheet.
Featuring vivid illustrations and clear instructions, these second grade worksheets cover a wide range of subjects to supplement your child's education. Topics include addition, subtraction, money, word building, adjectives and story-telling. If your kids need a greater challenge, try our third grade worksheets.

Teaching with Second Grade Worksheets

Second grade is a transitional year, when kids are tasked with taking what they have learned thus far and putting their new skills to the test. The worksheets above not only reinforce skills, but help parents to observe areas where children may need extra support. Here is a short list of the material covered in second grade:
  • Language Arts: Reading grade-appropriate chapter books fluently is the big focus in second grade. Writing with the use of punctuation, good spelling, and complete sentences is also an expectation this year. For more practice in this area, browse our spelling worksheets.
  • Math: Second graders will learn to add and subtract double-digit numbers, and will also be introduced to multiplication and division.
  • Science: Second graders will be tasked with making predictions about events in the natural world. They will also learn about the history of the Earth through fossil evidence.
  • Social Studies: Second grade will ask children to compare people and communities in their part of the world with those in other parts of the world. They will also be asked to mediate some of their own conflicts with peers.