A variety of free second grade math worksheets for teachers, students, and anyone who wants to practice some basic math concepts taught in second grade.
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Practice regrouping two-digit numbers by making more ones.
Practice reading a pie graph to find relevant and important information.
Color each circle to show the fraction.
Comparing numbers worksheet. Use < or > to compare the numbers
Fill in the missing number worksheet
Two-digit subtraction with regrouping worksheet
Worksheet about regrouping two-digit numbers by making more ones.
What students need to do here is to borrow just 1 ten from the tens and add that to the ones.
Example:
2 tens + 13 ones = 1 ten + 1 ten + 13 ones
2 tens + 13 ones = 1 ten + (1 ten + 13 ones)
2 tens + 13 ones = 1 ten + ( 10 ones + 13 ones)
2 tens + 13 ones = 1 ten + 23 ones
Worksheet about coloring a circle to show the fraction.
Example:
A circle is broken down into 4 equal pieces. If the problem says to color 3/4, then color only 3 of these 4 pieces.
A circle is broken down into 8 equal pieces. If the problem says to color 5/8, then color only 5 of these 8 pieces.
Worksheet about comparing numbers.
Example
Use either < or > to compare 9 and 7.
If we put 7 on the left of 7, then use < and 7 < 9
If we put 9 on the left of 7, then use > and 9 > 7
Use either < or > to compare 80 and 65.
If we put 80 on the left of 65, then use > and 80 > 65
If we put 65 on the left of 80, then use < and 65 > 80
Worksheet about two-digit subtraction with regrouping.
Perform the following subtraction: 25 - 8
2 5
-8
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1. Borrow 1 ten from 2 tens.
2. Add the ten you borrowed to 5 ones. This is equal to 15.
3. Rewrite the subtraction
21 515
0 -8
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4. Do 15 - 8 and 1 - 0
5.
21 515
0 -8
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Jul 03, 20 09:51 AM
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