2nd Grade Do Now Math Worksheets

Here you find focused worksheets to quickly understand your student's ability. Three problems for each and every skill level. All of these worksheets are aligned to core math standards. We review the standards biannually to make sure everything updated regular to any changes in the standards.

Basic Level Sheets

  1. Version 1 - Sequences, Numbers to Words, Even or Odd
  2. Version 2 - Basic Word Problem, Setting Up Sums, Name Shapes: For one of the first times we give students the keys and ask them to set up their own problems.
  3. Version 3 - Place Values to Numbers, Count By 2s, Even or Odd: We really push place value and even/odd numbers with this one. This is also a sequence problem in there for good luck.
  4. Version 4 - Word Problem, Number of Sides (Shapes) Sums: This is a pretty sturdy word problem to pose to students. Then we review the attributes of shapes.
  5. Version 5 - Place Value to Hundreds Chart, Basic Word Problems: We start off we a solid word problem and move into a charted place value exercise.
  6. Version 6 - Count By 2s, Find the Evens and Odds: We get even and odd happy. It's great quick blast of skills.
  7. Version 7 - Measuring Length in Centimeters and Inches: Time to break out those rulers again.
  8. Version 8 - Skip Count to 20 and 50, Odds or Evens: Skip counting with and added twist at the end.
  9. Version 9 - Number Form From Place Value: There are tons of skills going on here. As far as the standards, take your pick there are a bunch covered.
  10. Version 10 - Word Problems, Even and Odd Integers: The word problems get longer and more thought out. We tried to create useful scenarios.

Intermediate Level Sheets

  1. Version 1 - Mental and Visual Math: We ask kids to use their minds for this one. A true visual math worksheet.
  2. Version 2 - Skip Counting to 100 and 1000: This skip counting we move us towards multiplication.
  3. Version 3 - Comparing Numbers, Creating Sums: Students set up their own sum problems and compare integers.
  4. Version 4 - Mental Math, Skip Counting, Comparing Numbers: A little more mental math for students.
  5. Version 5 - Sums, Visual Math: Set up your own addition problems then count a box sequence.
  6. Version 6 - Comparing Large Numbers: Don't miss the word problem on here. When you're done, compare some integers.
  7. Version 7 - A Word Problem and Mental Math: This word problem will make you think for a while.
  8. Version 8 - Compare Numbers, 3-step Word Problem, and Sums: A really thinker of a story problem and some other basic skills along the way.
  9. Version 9 - Skip Counting, 2 part word Problems: Students set up their own two to three digit addition problems and end of with some algebraic comparisons.
  10. Version 10 - Sums and Comparing Sums: Students set up their own two to three digit addition problems and end of with some algebraic comparisons.

Advanced Level Sheets

  1. Version 1 - Adding 4 Numbers, 3-step Differences: These are long problems. The most common problem we find is with the setup.
  2. Version 2 - Measuring Length in 3 units: Time to get handy with ruler. You will need both a US standards and a metric ruler.
  3. Version 3 - Making Bar Graphs: It does specify a bar graph (histogram), but don't be afraid to modify it and have students make pictographs.
  4. Version 4 - Word Based Operations: You will find this sheet a little more time consuming to check your work with.
  5. Version 5 - Making Bar Graphs: More fun with graphing. Pictograms can be built too.
  6. Version 6 - Measuring Length in/cm: This is a great way to integrate shapes with sums.
  7. Version 7 - Word Based Differences and Sums: WOW! A six step problem or it could just be used a single step each time. We leave that up to you.
  8. Version 8 - Yes, Another Bar Graph: Back to the graphs. We introduce the concept of zero on a graph with this sheet.
  9. Version 9 - Simple Multiplication (As repeated addition): We reinforce how sums and products relate.
  10. Version 10 - Division as Sharing, Multiplication Charts: Time to get handy with ruler. You will need both a US standards and a metric ruler.