How high can you count? Second graders will strengthen their understanding of ones and tens with this hundreds chart. Students will fill in the missing numbers up to 120 and then answer questions using the chart.
Angles, angles everywhere! Help students learn to recognize and count angles with this fun worksheet. By looking closely at the various shapes, students will gain practice classifying and sorting shapes based on how many angles they can identify.
Hexagons are hiding in plain sight throughout this worksheet—all you need to do is count the sides of each shape to identify them! This is a great geometry activity to help your students practice identifying and differentiating between 2-D shapes.
Second Grade Counting & Numbers Worksheets and Printables
You can count on these worksheets to make an impression on your second grader and inspire a love of math later on in life. A solid basis of understanding how numbers influence patterns and and relate to each other is crucial to the absorption of mathematic material through middle and high school. For your advanced second grader, check out our third grade pattern worksheets.