2nd Grade Math

Your child will be introduced to more complex forms of math this year, such as whole numbers and fractions. Keep it fun with these activities.

Add Across and Down

Children learn to add across and down. read more

Adding Doubles Plus One

Children add one to doubles. read more

Adding to 18

Give this handout to families to help them support their child's skills in addition and subtraction. read more

Addition Practice

Children practice making a variety of number sentences that total 12. read more

Addition Practice and Connect the Dots

After children find the sums to these problems, they will have a connect-the-dots picture of a plant. read more

Algebra Tiles

This printable page contains ready-to-use algebra tiles. read more

Buying Shells

Children solve addition problems while learning various ways to count to nine. read more

Choose an Operation

Children practice adding and subtracting by writing their own math sentences to match the pictures given. read more

Class Vote for Favorite Season

Children practice reading a pictograph by surveying the favorite seasons of their classmates. read more

Coin Patterns

Groupings of coins will provide children with the opportunity to determine the patterns. read more

Collect and Use Data

Children make a tally chart of classmates' favorite colors. read more

Counting Leaves and Acorns

Children practice adding and counting leaves and acorns. read more

Critical Thinking: Similar

Children practice classification by identifying similar objects and putting them into groups. read more

Describing Letter to Parents

This letter to be sent home to parents suggests some activities for them to do with their child to enhance describing skills. read more

Describing Letter to Parents - Spanish Version

This letter (in Spanish) to be sent home to parents suggests some activities for them to do with their child to enhance describing skills. read more

Dividing in Half

Children decide how to divide objects in half. read more

Draw a Picture

Children draw pictures and practice writing addition sentences. read more

Estimating and Measuring Letter to Parents

This letter should be sent home to parents to suggest activities for parents to do with their children to enhance estimation and measurement skills. read more

Estimating and Measuring Letter to Parents - Spanish Version

This letter (in Spanish) should be sent home to parents to suggest activities for parents to do with their children to enhance estimation and measurement skills. read more

Explore Addition with Fish

By drawing fish in bowls and sorting them, children can write math stories. read more

Explore Subtraction

In this activity, students explore subtraction by solving math problems. read more

Faces of Solids

<?php tv_ifsite_echo('.*FE', 'Children','Students'); ?> draw the missing face in the pattern of each solid to practice identifying geometric solids. read more

Fractioned Kites

<?php tv_ifsite_echo('.*FE', 'Children','Students'); ?> identify fractions in geometric shapes. read more

Fractions in a Set

<?php tv_ifsite_echo('.*FE', 'Children','Students'); ?> identify fractions using pictures. read more

Graphing

Give this handout to families to help them encourage their child to create graphs at home. read more

Graphing: For Spanish Speakers

This handout for Spanish speaking families helps them encourage their child's graphing skills at home. read more

Grouping

<?php tv_ifsite_echo('.*FE', 'Children','Students'); ?> practice the early learning math skill of grouping. read more

Make a Table

Children use a table to solve addition problems. read more

Make a Table

Children use blocks to find different ways to make a triangle, then make a chart of their findings. read more

Mathematics in Second Grade

Mathematics in Second GradeMathematics in grade two builds on what the child has already learned; experience in using math is a process of continuous growth. Although second graders are introduced to new, more complex forms of math, the study of mathematics remains far more concrete than abstract -- numbers stand for something that the children can see. read more