Second grade math worksheets

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.

It is our goal to cover all the topics below. This section will be updated regularly, so check back often to get our latest worksheets.

  • Number and operations

  • Measurement

  • Geometry

  • Algebra

  • Data analysis and probability

Practice regrouping two-digit numbers by making more ones. 

Regrouping by making more ones worksheet

Practice reading a pie graph to find relevant and important information. 

Reading a pie graph worksheet

Color each circle to show the fraction.

color the fraction worksheet

Comparing numbers worksheet. Use < or > to compare the numbers

Comparing numbers worksheet

How to answer the questions on the second grade math worksheets.


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
    ---------

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
    --------------

4. Do 15 - 8 and 1 - 0

5.                   

                21  515       
                  0    -8
              --------------
                  1     7

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