Year 2 Worksheets
Let our digital teacher show you how to answer questions on a pictogram, then have a go yourself!
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?
Look at this pictogram, which shows the number of goals scored by Premier League teams in one week, and then answer the questions.
Maple class have been finding out about favourite ice-cream flavours. They’ve put their results into a bar chart. Can you read it?
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!
Ask your friends and family what their favourite fruits are then fill in the chart. Then draw a bar chart to show your results!
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.
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.
A pictogram is a simple way to organise data in which each object is represented by a picture of itself. Introduce your child to the concept and offer a fruit-tastic practice activity to help them understand the concept.