Second Grade Arithmetics Worksheets and Games
Welcome to the Second Grade Arithmetics Worksheets and Math Games.
You will find here a large collection of free printable arithmetics worksheets, puzzles and games for grade 2. You will find here worksheets for addition, subtraction, place value, ordering,comparing and more.
Don't forget to have a look at the game section. The worksheets are a great tool to practice the arithmetic skills with your students. But the games add a fun factor to it and require some additional skills, like logical thinking.
All the worksheets are dynamically generated, no worksheet is the same and you can download an unlimited numbers of worksheets. The answer key is also included in the printable pdf file.
Second grade arithmetics goals:
Count on by 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s, 25s, and 100s past 1,000 and back.
Adition and subtraction of 2-digit whole numbers;
|Mental Addition subtraction
Add and subtract within 20.
|Odd and even
Identify odd and even numbers.
arithmetic for grade 2
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The page creates a multi digits addition worksheet in a vertical problem format. It is highly adjustable to the needs of your students. You can choose between sum of 2 to 4 addends. You can also choose the number digits. You can have up to 36 addition problems per worksheet.
Games for grade 2
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This is a addictive adding up puzzle. You will get a grid, with around the grid the totals of the columns and rows.The numbers in the middle of the grid are all mixed up. Place the numbers in the correct space, so that it adds up with the numbers on the outside of the grid.
This page will create a basic crossword worksheet for grade 1, 2, or 3. It is a puzzle with only adding and subtractions equations. Some values are already filled in the the puzzle. The students has it fill the blanks.
Balance the scale is a great introduction to algebra for the first grade. The goal is to make two equations on the scale has the same outcome.
Can you make it? Is a very challenging math game. It is simple. Can you make the given number out of 6 other numbers. You can add, subtract, divide and or multiply.Most of the time there are multiple solutions.
The students have to find squares that are connected and makes a sum of exactly 10.The squares can be connected horizontal, vertical or diagonal.
There is a number, called the Sum and behind the Sum are 3 squares. Each square contains 4 numbers. Only 3 numbers of the 4 numbers add up the Sum. Your task is to find which numbers in which square is the solution. Good Luck!
The Math Bingo game is a variant of the well known bingo. This variant the numbers are not announced, but a mathematical problem. The players need to find the answer on their bingo card.
It is a fun game to practice the math skills of the students.
The game is a variation of the famous domino game. But on the stones contains no spots but arithmetic sums. While playing the game, the student will pratice their math skills.
This is a fun game for practicing basic arithmetic operations. The kids finds on the worksheet a snake. The snake should be filled with numbers, but they are missing. They get a starting number. With this number, a given operator and operand they can calculate the next number. With is new number they can find the next number and so on, until they reached the tail of the snake.
On the worksheet the student find several sums. All sums have 2 operators and the result. But the operands are missing. They need to find the correct operands.
On the worksheet the student find several sums. All sums have 3 values and the result. But the operators are missing. They need to find the correct operators. To make it more challenging, there are no brackets printed to indicate the priority. To do this correctly the students also have to draw the brackets.
The worksheet contains a print of a panel of a safe, with 10 buttons with a number. To open the safe you have to press 4 buttons. And the total sum of the buttons must be exactly 100.
You start on the tile with the start arrow. Find the path that leads from a first number to a last, adding as you go to find that sum. The sum of all the tiles must be the same as in the last tile. If the sum is correct you have found the secret trail!