## Second-Grade Math Worksheets

#### Second-Grade Number Sense Skills

Read and print numbers to 1,000.

Count by 2s, 5s, 10, and 100s to 1,000.

Understand more than, less than, and equal to.

Ability to measure with a ruler, measuring cup, etc.

Order and compare three-digit-numbers.

## Second-Grade Math Worksheets

This page includes lots of second-grade math worksheets related to counting, comparing numbers, and rounding numbers

Second-grade students will build upon math concepts learned in first grade and begin to prepare for more advanced mathematical concepts introduced in third grade and beyond. By the end of second grade students should have the ability to skip count to at least 1,000, read and write numbers to 1,000, understand multi-digit numbers (up to 1,000) written in base-ten notation.

Depending on your child's abilities, you may wish to review these first-grade worksheets and third-grade math worksheets for additional practice sheets.

### Second-Grade Number Sense Worksheets

Numbers and Counting

Count, Color, and Think - Students will confirm color recognition, count to 10, and practice recognizing first, last, and half.

Number Patterns: Worksheet 3 - This worksheet incorporates skip counting with bonus decimal and fraction missing numbers.

Number Chart: Missing Numbers to 200 - Students will complete the number chart to 200 by filling in the missing forty percent of numbers.

Daisy Numbers: Worksheet 1 - Write the largest number from each group in the middle of each daisy.

Daisy Numbers: Worksheet 2 - Identify and write the largest number within 100 from each group.

Number Words: Word Search Puzzle - Find and circle the number words one through twenty in the puzzle.

Tens and Ones: Worksheet 4 - Students will mentally add tens and ones to find each sum to 100.

Understanding Place Value: Worksheet 2 - Students will work with hundreds and tens when completing this worksheet.

Understanding Place Value: Worksheet 3 - Students will strengthen their number sense, computational skills, and place value understanding when completing this worksheet.

Place Value: Worksheet 4 - Students will rearrange three numbers to make the largest and smallest number possible.

Place Value: Worksheet 9 - Students will complete place value charts of tens, ones, hundreds, and thousands.

Place Value: Worksheet 10 - Write the numbers in standard form.

Place Value: Worksheet 11 - Students will read each number and write it in standard form.

Expanded Form: Worksheet 3 - Students will write three-digit numbers expanded form and word form.

Skip Counting by 5s: Worksheet 1 - Students will fill in the missing numbers while skip counting by 5 to 100.

Skip Counting by 5s: Worksheet 2 - Students will fill in the missing numbers while skip counting by 5 to 500.

Skip Counting by 5s: Worksheet 3 - Students will fill in the missing numbers while skip counting by 5 to 500.

Skip Counting by 5s: Worksheet 4 - Students will fill in the missing numbers while skip counting by 5 to 500.

Skip Counting by 5s: Worksheet 5 - Students will fill in the missing numbers while skip counting by 5 to 500.

Odd and Even Numbers: Worksheet 3 - Students will circle the word *odd* or *even* to describe numbers between 50 and 100 as odd or even.

Odd and Even Numbers: Worksheet 4 - Identify the numbers between 50 and 100 as odd or even.

Odd and Even Numbers: Worksheet 5 - Students will recognize odd and even numbers from 100- 200.

Odd and Even Numbers: Worksheet 6 - Identify the odd and even numbers from 100- 200.

Roman Numeral X - This coloring page introduces the *Roman Numeral X.*.

Roman Numeral V - Fun coloring page with representative dots.

Roman Numeral I - Learning about the *Roman Numeral I* coloring page.

Comparing Numbers

Less Than or Greater Than - Students will compare numbers as well as addition and multiplication equations.

Students will practice comparing numbers to 100 when they complete any of the following worksheets. Each worksheet includes comparison exercises plus four number sentences to solve and compare.

Comparing Numbers to 100: Worksheet 37, Worksheet 38, Worksheet 39,

The following worksheets provide practice comparing numbers to 200. Each worksheet includes comparison exercises plus four number sentences to solve and compare.

Comparing Numbers to 200: Worksheet 42, Worksheet 43, Worksheet 44, Worksheet 45, Worksheet 46

Students will use the =, <, and > symbols when comparing the numbers to 200 on the following worksheets.

Comparing Numbers to 200: Worksheet 47, Worksheet 48, Worksheet 49, Worksheet 50, Worksheet 51

Rounding and Estimating

Estimating and Measuring - Students will record their estimate and the actual length of easily accessible items in the home.

Rounding Numbers: Worksheet 2 - Students will round numbers between 100 and 500 to the nearest ten.

Rounding Numbers: Worksheet 3 - Students will round numbers between 0 and 500 to the nearest ten.

Rounding Numbers: Worksheet 5 - Students will round numbers between 100 and 500 to the nearest ten.

Number Round-Up: Worksheet 2 - Students will practice rounding 3-digit numbers to the nearest 10.

Miscellaneous Second-Grade Math Worksheets

Math Who Am I?: Worksheet 2 - Build your second-grader's math vocabulary with this fun, self-checking worksheet.