
2Grade 2 Worksheets
 Counting

Number Patterns

2.1Count by a Specific Number

2.102Mixed Patterns


Number Properties

2.4Names of Numbers Up to 100

2.5Names of Numbers Up to 1000

2.7Value of Underlined Digit Up to 99

2.8Value of Underlined Digit Up to 1000

2.9Identify the Digit with a Particular Place Value

2.10Regrouping Tens and Ones II

2.11Convert Numbers to Tens and Ones Up to 1000

2.14Regrouping Tens and Ones I

2.32Related Subtraction Equations Up to 10

2.39Related Addition Equations Up to 10

2.40Related Addition Equations Up to 1000

2.41Related Subtraction Equations with Sums Up to 1000

2.42Related Equations with Sums Up to 1000

2.43Related Equations Up to 10

2.53How to Make a Number  Values Up to 100

2.78Ways to Make a Number with Values Up to 100

2.84Relate Addition and Multiplication

2.105Solve Using Properties of Addition

2.106Solve Using Properties of Multiplication with Factors Up to 12


Addition

2.11Convert Numbers to Tens and Ones Up to 1000

2.13Adding Tens and Ones

2.14Regrouping Tens and Ones I

2.24Write Addition Sentences to Describe Pictures

2.25Choose Addition Pictures Up to 10

2.26Addition with Pictures Up to 20

2.27Addition with Pictures Up to 10

2.28Addition with Sum Up to 100

2.29Complete the Equation with Sums Up to 20

2.30Addition Sentences Up to 100

2.31Balance Addition Equations with Sums Up to 20

2.39Related Addition Equations Up to 10

2.40Related Addition Equations Up to 1000

2.52Choose Addition Pictures Up to 10

2.53How to Make a Number  Values Up to 100

2.55Addition with Single Digit Numbers with Sums Up to 20

2.57Addition with a Specific Number

2.58Adding Doubles

2.59Adding Three or More Numbers

2.65Add Tens

2.66Add a One Digit Number to a Two Digit Number

2.67Add Two Digit Numbers

2.68Add Numbers  Sums Up to 1000

2.69Add Two Numbers Up to 100

2.71Complete the Equation with Sums Up to 100

2.72Adding Three or More Numbers with One or Two Digits

2.81Adding Three or More Numbers

2.105Solve Using Properties of Addition


Mixed Equations

2.15Ten More or Less

2.42Related Equations with Sums Up to 1000

2.43Related Equations Up to 10

2.44Addition and Subtraction Up to 18

2.45Addition and Subtraction Up to 100

2.48Addition and Subtraction Up to 20

2.49Addition and Subtraction  Balance Equations Up to 100

2.50Addition and Subtraction  Balance Equations Up to 18

2.82Which Sign Makes the Number Sentence True?

 Estimation

Subtraction

2.32Related Subtraction Equations Up to 10

2.33Choose Subtraction Pictures with Numbers Up to 10

2.34Subtraction with Pictures Up to 10

2.35Subractions Sentences to Describe Pictures

2.36Complete the Subtraction Sentence with Numbers Up to 18

2.37Subtraction Sentences with Numbers Up to 18

2.38Balance Subtraction Equations with Sums Up to 18

2.41Related Subtraction Equations with Sums Up to 1000

2.60Subtract Two Numbers Up to 18

2.62Subtracting Zero and All

2.63Subtraction with Sums Up to 100

2.73Subtract Tens

2.74Subtract Two Numbers  1 or 2 Digits Up to 20

2.75Subtract OneDigit Numbers from TwoDigit Numbers

2.76Subtract Two Numbers  Single and Double Digits

2.77Subtract Two Numbers  Double Digits Up to 100

2.78Ways to Make a Number with Values Up to 100

2.80Complete the Subtraction Sentence with Sums Up to 100

2.103Subtraction Sentences with Sums Up to 100

 Multiplication
 Fractions

Money

2.89Names and Values of Money I

2.90Names and Values of Money II

2.91Count Money

2.94Add and Subract Money Up to $1

2.95Add and Subtract Money

2.96Purchases: Do You Have Enough Money?

2.97Least Number of Coins

2.98How Much More to Make a Dollar?

2.99Making Change Up to $20

2.100Making Change Up to $5

2.101Equivalent Amounts of Money

 Geometry
 Measurement

Time

2.116Match Clocks and Time

2.117Match Analog and Digital Clocks

2.118Reading Clocks

2.119Match Clocks and Time

2.121Compare Clocks

 Graphing
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