Year 2 Maths worksheets by School Year
Have your child draw which coins (up to 20p) they'd use to pay for the items shown on this worksheet, but trying to use the fewest number of coins they can.
Time to play teacher and mark 2 times table number sentences - can your child spot the wrong ones?
Your child will need to be a 2 times table whizz to complete these number sentences correctly. Can they race against the clock to work through this worksheet in record time?
How fast can your child complete these 2 times table division facts speed grids? Ready, steady, start calculating!
As well as knowing their times tables, children need to understand the corresponding division facts. Here's a beginner's worksheet for the 2 times table division facts.
Test your child's 2 times table knowledge with a quick five-minute quiz. Can they pick the correct starry answer?
If your child is feeling confident about their knowledge of the 2 times table, they're ready for some speed grid action. How fast can they complete the grids?
Is your child ready for the 2 times table challenge? They'll need to match spaceship number sentences with the correct alien answers.
Multiplication can also be expressed as repeated addition. Help your child grasp the concept with this explanatory worksheet and some 2 times table as repeated addition practice.
Once they've mastered counting in 2s, help your child start their times table learning with this basic practice sheet.
How many coins (up to £1) do you need to pay for the items shown? Try to use as few as possible.
Have you child work out how few coins (up to 10p) they can use to pay for each item shown.
Add an extra learning dimension to family game time – try one of our Cool Maths board games and help reinforce your child's knowledge of number bonds, percentages and fractions while you play. Compiled by deputy headteacher Matt Revill and packed with 20 games, this maths learning pack covers all the key skills your child will need to master as part of the primary numeracy curriculum.
Have your child match up the purses of 50p coins with the ones that show the same amount in pound coins.
Can you draw lines between the purses full of 10p coins that have the same amounts as the purses with 20p coins?
Match the 5p amounts shown on the left of the page with the 10p amounts shown on the right.
Can you find four different ways to make 30p from the coins shown on the worksheet?
In this Year 2 worksheet, your child will practise recognising coins, and adding them together.
Can you recognise the two coins shown in each line, and then add them together? Write the answer in the box.
Only two KS1 SATs past papers are available to parents to help children practise at home. That's why we commissioned exclusive TheSchoolRun SATs practice papers (based on the pre-2016 SATs format), written by a primary school teacher, so your child can get used to the format of the test and the kind of questions they will need to answer.