Year 2 Maths worksheets by School Year
A quarter turn is 90 degrees. A half turn is 180 degrees. A whole turn is 360 degrees. This is Jane’s bedroom, seen from above. Can you see her bed, window, door and teddy? Can you answer these questions about how may degrees she turns?
There are lots of even numbers hidden in this wordsearch – can you find them? One number is hidden twice – can you spot it?
Complete these calculations then write a subtraction word problem to go with the numbers. You could draw a picture to go with each problem, too! Don’t forget to use words like ‘were left’ and ‘in total’.
Complete these calculations then write a word problem to go with the numbers. You could draw a picture to go with each problem, too! Don’t forget to use words like ‘altogether’ and ‘in total’.
Draw these shapes as if someone has turned them around a little! Use a ruler to help you with the straight lines. If you get stuck, try turning the paper to look at the shape.
Let's play bingo! Each player has a board. The caller reads out a calculation question from the list. The person who has the correct answer on their board puts a counter on top of it. The winner is the player who covers all the numbers on their board first.
Can you solve these addition word problems? Use the hundred square to help you. Underline the numbers in each problem to help you work out what the calculation is.
Roll three dice and use the three numbers for an addition calculation. (If you only have one die roll that three times instead!) How fast can you finish filling in the whole page? Use a stopwatch and time yourself and record your calculations. On your marks...
Maple class have been finding out about favourite ice-cream flavours. They’ve put their results into a bar chart. Can you read it?
Here are Ella and Stella. Their dad has baked them their favourite cakes. He has made one chocolate cake and one apple cake. Yummy! Try to answer these cake-flavoured questions about halves and doubles.
Can you complete the chart using numbers and words for the tens and ones/units?
Cut out the word cards and stick them onto another sheet in order, from smallest to largest. Let's see how good you are at ordering numbers in words.
Do you know the difference between an odd number and an even number? Can you sort these numbers in the correct circle? Don’t forget! Even numbers can be shared equally; odd numbers can’t be shared equally.
Can you remember what makes odd and even numbers different? Match the word with the right definition! Then on this 100 square colour odd numbers in red, even numbers in blue.
Cut out the speed cards and turn them face down on the table. Pick up two cards. Take the smallest number away from the largest and say the answer, as quickly as you can!
How good are you at measuring? You’ll need a ruler which clearly marks centimetres. Using your ruler, measure these pictures and put your answer underneath.
Rulers at the ready! Find things around the house for each measurement and fill in the chart.
Here is a bucket of pebbles. Make an estimate: how many pebbles are there in the bucket? Check by counting the pebbles. Were you right? Remember, an estimate is a ‘clever guess’, a guess that we think carefully about before making.
Can you match these words with the correct pictures – under, over, above, beside, opposite, in between.