### 2nd Grade Math Worksheets (Grade 2 - For Ages 7 to 8)

These math worksheets are designed specifically for grade 2 students following core math standards. You will find these printables useful for students usually between the ages of seven to eight years old.

We have a complete Do Now math worksheet section for 2nd graders as well. They are also aligned to the core curriculum.

### Addition Based Problems

- Adding In Four Parts | Answer Key - There is a riddle that is Christmas themed at the bottom of the sheet. This is a great skill for students to review. If they have no poblem with this skill, they are ready for third grade math.
- Addition Tables | Answer Key- These are fixed double digit addition problems. It is a great repetition activity.
- Basketball Math | Answer Key- This one will have you thinking that basketball is a hyper-complex game. The statistics can be at times! In this one we work on using word problems and addition sequences in them.
- Magic Addition Math Puzzles | Answer Key- This is a little puzzle make sure you have sums at the far right and bottom columns.
- Missing Addition Table Addends | Answer Key - Determine the addend that is used to make the sum in the right column.
- Mixed Up Magic Addition Math Puzzles | Answer Key - The far-right and bottom column are the sums of all the numbers in sequence to it. Find those missing numbers. This is a starter for algebra.
- Monster Sized Math Magic (Adding) | Answer Key - This is the basic math puzzles we have shown you previously, but much bigger. This can challenge some students who get lost in the matrix. It might be a good idea to relate this one to battleship or a grid system.
- Single and Double Digit Addition | Answer Key- We just hit you with eight problems. All are fixed double digits being added to single digits.
- What's the Addition-Multiplication Problem? | Answer Key - This skill based worksheet works students towards multiplication. We relate addition in repetition to multiplying.
- What's Your Total? | Answer Key- Students first review counting skills and place a number equal to the total and then complete a sum of three numbers.

### Subtraction Based Problems

- Bubble Pop Subtraction - This is a free response worksheet, so there is no answer key. That is why we suggest that this be a peer reviewed activity. A good plan is to have 2 students review every paper. If they find a mistake, they get an extra point on their paper.
- Magic Squares Subtraction | Answer Key- Subtract the numbers across and down to find he differences in this puzzle. The lower right corner box is always fun.
- Missing Subtract Parts | Answer Key - This is an algebra starter for students. Fill in the missing portion of differences.
- Subtraction Function Tables | Answer Key - This is your basic double digit subtraction, but the students need to setup the problems for themselves. You are going to need some scrap paper.
- Subtraction Slides | Answer Key - A really fun one that we dreamed up. This requires memory recall to some extent. Write the differences in the pointed boxes.
- Successive Subtraction Circles | Answer Key - On the left side you are asked to subtract each of the differences by 6 repeatedly. The same goes for the right column, but we ask you to use 8.

### Mixed Operations Problems

- 73 Sailing Away (Mixed Adding and Subtracting) | Answer Key - This is a worksheet that asks you to think a little outside of the box. As the arrow goes up, you add. As the arrow goes down, you subtract.
- Single and Double Digit Addition and Subtraction | Answer Key- This should be a quick review. Make sure to pay attention to math sign (adding or subtracting) that is indicated in each problem.
- Create Your Own Problems Answer Key - Another free response worksheets. We again, suggest a peer review. This can be a fun one for students.
- Amusement Park Word Problems (Using Addition and Subtraction) | Answer Key - Who would have known that math and amusement parks go hand-in-hand. We look at standing on lines, spinning forward and backward, and riding all the rides at the park.
- Color My Value | Answer Key - This is a bit of a following directions test too. Complete all the problems and color the cards based on a comparison of their value. Note to self... you will need crayons and or markers.

### Working with Integers

- Comparing Numbers | Answer Key - Students get use to the concepts of greater than, less than, and equal.
- Numbers and Their Crazy Names | Answer Key - We have you name numbers and number names, if that makes sense.
- Skip Counting By 10s | Answer Key - We start mid-way through a count and count by tens. Work your way to the ball.
- Skip Counting By 100s | Answer Key - Our head was in the clouds with this one. This is a good skip counting activity that can easily translate to repeated addition and multiplying.