Year 2 Maths worksheets by School Year
Have a go at these subtraction word problems and see how well you do.
These frogs need to find the right lily pad to sit on. Cut out the frog cards and then match each one to the right lily pad below, so that you are making a pair that totals 100.
Cut out these cards showing the weights of different things in Mary’s kitchen. Can you put them in order from lightest to heaviest?
Cut out all these cards showing the capacities of different things in Tom’s kitchen. Can you put them in order from smallest to largest?
On your next bus/car/train/tram/walking journey, do some tallying! Choose four car colours and tally the different cars that you see. Remember, every time you see a car that is one of your colours, give it a tally mark. Remember, each fifth tally should make a gate. When you get home fill in the total and then get an adult or older brother or sister to ask you the questions.
Can you sort your family members into this Carroll diagram? You could just include the members of your family you live with, or sort cousins, aunties, uncles and grandparents too.
Bozo The Clown is taking the shape patches off his trousers. Can you cut them out and sort them into his sorting box?
Estimating is all about making SENSIBLE guesses, based on things we already know. Have a go yourself!
Make the most of World Cup fever and give grammar, division and spelling practice a football twist with our soccer-themed worksheets for KS1 and KS2 children.
Can you answer these division problems? They are all about football!
Can you work out the answers to these football word problems?
How are your subtraction skills? Can you work out the answers to these football subtraction word problems?
Can you solve these multiplication word problems – you'll need to know your 2, 5 and 10 times tables!
This table shows the numbers of people who went to football matches last week. In the column on the right, write these numbers in words. Use the spelling bank at the bottom of the worksheet to help you.
Each of these boxes show the times that different matches are starting. Can you help the players to get to their matches on time by drawing the correct times on the clock faces?
Circle half the footballs in each of these boxes.
Look at these pictures. Can you spot the 2D and 3D shapes listed? Once you find them, write the names over the top of each shape. Make sure you copy the spellings correctly!
Look at the following items on sale at a football match. The coins next to each item shows how much it costs. Can you write down the price of the item under each one?
Look at this pictogram, which shows the number of goals scored by Premier League teams in one week, and then answer the questions.