Year 2 Maths worksheets by School Year
How many different ways can you add these numbers to make the number 9? Add two or three numbers together to see! You can use the same number more than once. Then using the same numbers, how many ways can you find of making 12?
Class 2JE have been finding out about their favourite books. Can you show the results on the table they prepared on the bar chart? Use a ruler to help you draw the bars correctly!
Can you draw half the amount in the empty purses? The first one is done for you. Why not use real coins to draw around?
Coloured pencils at the ready! Can you colour in the right numbers to answers these questions? You are going to be finding 10 more or 10 less than a number in a number square.
Here are some tricky number problems. Can you solve them? Use the number line snake to help if you want!
Rulers at the ready! Estimate how long you think each of these items is. (An estimate is a ‘clever guess’.) Then measure with your ruler. Were you right?
Draw pictures to match these words: on top of; beside; in between; opposite; underneath; above; in front of; behind.
Find a ruler (for drawing straight lines) and some coins (to help you draw circles). Draw a picture using: 5 circles; 6 squares; 4 rectangles; 3 semi-circles; 2 triangles; 1 hexagon; 1 pentagon.
Practise drawing the following shapes: a semi-circle; a shape with 4 corners; an octagon; a shape with 3 sides; a hexagon; a shape with no corners; a shape with 4 equal length sides; a shape with 1 side; a pentagon. You might find you have the same shape in more than one box. A ruler will help you draw straight lines.
Fill in the 2D shape properties chart for these shapes with the name of the shape and how many sides it has.
Can you fill in the missing numbers in the stars? Complete these number sequences and you will be the star!
Ask your friends and family what their favourite fruits are then fill in the chart. Then draw a bar chart to show your results!
Harry has 20p to spend on a snack. How much change will he get if he buys these items? Practise your subtraction (taking away) skills.
Cut out and assemble the number dice. Two players take it in turns to throw one die, then the other. Each player adds (or subtracts) the two numbers thrown, then writes down the answer on the scorecard (next page) and asks the other person to check it. The player with the most correct answers after ten goes each is the winner.
Can you add or take away 10? Cut out the number cards and turn them face down on a table. Pick up one card at a time. Write down the number, then write 10 more and 10 less than that number in the scorecard columns.
Do you know your hexagons from your heptagons, your pentagonal pyramids from your octagonal prisms? From 2D shapes to angles and symmetry our seventy-page Primary Geometry: shape and space learning pack covers all aspects of the national curriculum (Shape and Space) and will ensure your child can use a protractor, translate a shape and look for a mirror line. Challenge them to a game of 3D shape dominoes, make a right-angle measurer and get started!
Complete these pictures to show the shape reflected in the dotted line of symmetry. You could use a small mirror to show what the other half of the shape should look like.
A cupcake shop has opened on the High Street and it’s been very popular! Can you read the pictogram and answer the questions? You'll need to count in 6s.
Set a stopwatch and time yourself working out the first set of ten number sentences. Now time yourself doing the next set. Did you beat your first time? See if you can get faster doing the third and fourth set.