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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Word Scramble: Vegetables! Word Scramble: Vegetables! Have a young nature-lover on your hands? Give him a go at this word scramble, after all veggies are just edible plants!
Super Dad Coloring Page Super Dad Coloring Page Honor Dad this Father's Day by turning him into a veritable superhero!
Elephant KenKen® Puzzle Elephant KenKen® Puzzle Does your second grader love puzzles? This KenKen® uses addition and subtraction facts to determine where numbers belong within a grid.
Haunted House Coloring Haunted House Coloring This haunted house coloring page features a spooky manor complete with ghosts, tombstones, and jack o' lanterns.
Compost Fun Page Compost Fun Page Can you help Cornelius create a crazy compost concoction?
Lorraine Hansberry: Historical Heroes Lorraine Hansberry: Historical Heroes If your child has a way with words or loves to be in the spotlight, help inspire her with this Historical Heroes worksheet about famous African-American playwright Lorraine Hansberry.
Life Science Learning: Animal Life Stages Life Science Learning: Animal Life Stages Just like people, animals have babies that grow up into adults.
Historical Heroes: George Washington Carver Historical Heroes: George Washington Carver George Washington Carver did more than just play around with peanuts all day.
Family Interview: Culture and World Events Family Interview: Culture and World Events Help your child find out more about what life was like for parents and grandparents growing up with this genealogy interview page.
Color Thurgood Marshall! Color Thurgood Marshall! Yep, you heard right. Color in a picture of the first African-American supreme court judge Thurgood Marshall.
KenKen: Dinosaur KenKen: Dinosaur Help Dan the Dinosaur add and subtract his way to the answer!
White House Coloring Page White House Coloring Page Introduce your child to the President's house!
Presidential Name Scramble Presidential Name Scramble Say hello to four well-known presidents and one famous monument: Mount Rushmore!
Father's Day Activities: Draw a Portrait! Father's Day Activities: Draw a Portrait! Drawing a portrait of Dad makes a great gift for Father's Day.
What is Compost? What is Compost? Encourage your little environmentalist to learn a bit about composting!
Weathering Pictures Weathering Pictures Can you tell which types of weathering caused each of these changes in the earth?
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.