Second Grade Math Worksheets & Printables

Whether your child needs a challenge or a little extra help with a specific second grade math skill, our second grade math worksheets are here to help. Get practice and support for skills like rounding, word problems, measurement and more. Check out other second grade worksheets to give your child what he needs.
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Telling Time to Five Minutes Telling Time to Five Minutes Kids practice telling time to five minutes by reading the clocks and writing the time in digital form.
Learning Place Value: Number Fun! Learning Place Value: Number Fun! In this second grade math worksheet, your child will learn about place value and practice reading and ordering whole numbers in the hundreds and thousands.
Fishy Fractions Fishy Fractions Help your 2nd grader write out fractions in this underwater adventure.
Help Sandy 'Bee' on Time Help Sandy "Bee" on Time Sandy the bee is going to a party tonight. Encourage your 2nd grader to help him get there on time by drawing hands on the clock for him.
Camel Code Addition and Subtraction Camel Code Addition and Subtraction Help your 2nd grader crack the code using triple digit addition and subtraction to find out what parts of camels can be used to make some tasty dishes.
Snail Race: Measurements Snail Race: Measurements See which snail has gotten the farthest with this 2nd grade measurement snail race worksheet.
Fraction Pictures Fraction Pictures To feed Cody, your child will have to decide which fraction picture fits the number fraction given: 3/4, 1/4 or 1/2.
Under the Sea Bar Graph and Word Ladder Under the Sea Bar Graph and Word Ladder Count the number of sea creatures and make a bar graph with this shark worksheet.
3D Shape Identification 3D Shape Identification Use this worksheet to help your 2nd grader identify three dimensional shapes in the real world!
Multiplying and Subtracting at the Grocery Store Multiplying and Subtracting at the Grocery Store Use this worksheet to help your 2nd grader apply multiplication and subtraction in a real world context.
Comparing Numbers: Greater Than or Less Than #1 Comparing Numbers: Greater Than or Less Than #1 Greater than or less than? It's up to your second grader to decide which sign would make each of these equations read correctly.
Comparing Numbers: Less Than Comparing Numbers: Less Than Make the math concept "less than" more clear with a colorful worksheet that gets him practicing with number comparisons to make each equation true.
Multiplication: Just How Many? 1 Multiplication: Just How Many? 1 Kids will answer the question "Just how many?"
Musical Instruments Pie Chart Musical Instruments Pie Chart Pie makes pretty much anything better, especially math.
Measure Temperature: Thermometers Measure Temperature: Thermometers How do we measure hot and cold? Teach your child about thermometers with this fun temperatures worksheet!
Comparing Numbers: Greater Than Comparing Numbers: Greater Than Can your second grader dig a little deeper into number comparisons?
Whether your child needs a challenge or a little extra help with a specific second grade math skill, our second grade math worksheets are here to help. Get practice and support for skills like rounding, word problems, measurement and more. Check out other second grade worksheets to give your child what he needs.

Tips for Helping Your Child With 2nd Grade Math

Second graders learn a ton about math in one school year! Second graders learn a wide variety of math subjects from addition to subtraction to symmetry. It's important that 2nd graders clearly understand each math lesson so that they can master and build upon each concept. Try some of these second grade math tips to help your child become a math master.

  • Work through a few problems on paper to start. Let your child attempt the first exercises on a second grade math worksheet. Show him how you would solve a problem if he's having difficulty.
  • Bring visual aids into your second grade math practice to help your child get a clear understanding of what he is working on. Counters, such as cereal pieces or beads, work well for most problems, but you can also use coins for money practice or even mirrors and small shape blocks for geometry practice.
  • Use the visual aids to solve a few problems together. After a couple of problems, have your child solve the next few exercises with your supervision. Remember that consistency is key for second grade math practice, so let your child have time to practice.
  • Let your child practice his newfound math skills with more second grade math worksheets. Allow him some quiet time to practice with math worksheets for second grade everyday to help him get a clear understanding of his current math lesson.