Year 2 Maths worksheets by School Year
Can you work out what's missing from these number sentences? Write your answers in the craters.
These spaceships have lost their aliens! Reunite the pairs by matching the correct answers to number sentences from the 5 times table.
Help your child learn the 5 times table by breaking each number sentence down using addition.
Each of these aliens are showing a number, but can you spot which ones are multiples of 5?
Use this colourful worksheet and helpful answer key to help your child memorise the 5 times table.
The answers to these 5 times table number sentences have been filled in, but not all of them are correct! Have your child mark which ones are right, and which are wrong.
Print off this easy Sudoku puzzle for your child to get to grips with how the game works; they'll only use numbers 1-4.
Help boost your child's SATs confidence with our KS1 practice papers, designed to replicate the questions in the Year 2 assessments (based on the pre-2016 SATs format). Rounding numbers to the nearest 100, drawing four-sided shapes, calculating change and completing Carroll diagrams are some of the skills tested in the paper.
Can your child draw a reflection of a rectangle in a mirror line? Share a number of objects equally between two children? Sort odd and even numbers? Help them practise for the KS1 maths SATs at home with our practice paper (based on the pre-2016 SATs format).
Number sequences, simple subtraction, lines of symmetry and shape recognition are just a few of the maths skills tested in the Key Stage 1 SATs. Help your child revise and prepare with our SATs-style practice paper (based on the pre-2016 SATs format).
Working through past papers will help your child feel confident about the year 2 SATs teacher assessments. These practice questions, written in the style of the official papers (based on the pre-2016 SATs format), offer extra practice opportunities.
If you get £1, which coins could you be given? Draw four different ways to make up £1 in this money worksheet.
You can make 90p from a variety of coins. Can you draw four ways in the purses on this worksheet?
Can you figure out four different ways to make up 80p? Draw your answers in the purses on this worksheet.
There's more than one way to get to 70p! Have your child draw out the correct coins in the purses on this worksheet, to show the different 70p combinations that can be made.
Have your child practise adding coins by working out four different ways to get 60p.
Improve your child's coin recognition and mental math skills by having them work out four different ways to make 50p.
How many ways can you make 40p? Draw your answers in the purses on this worksheet.
Have your child add up the coins (up to £1) in each row. They can do it in their head, or write down the amounts before adding them together.