Second Grade Math Review Printables, Print and Go Second Grade Math, Common Core
These Math Printables are great for reinforcement and review of those core skills for Second Grade. Ideal for small groups, learning centers, test preparation and consolidation with students who have not yet grasped the concepts.
The following printables are included for practice and review:
• Represent and solve problems involving addition and subtraction within 100 (5 pages)
• Fluency in addition and subtraction to 20
• Pairing, odd or even
• Addition with rectangular arrays
• Understanding place value with three digits (3 pages)
• Counting to 1000 and skip counting (4 pages)
• Reading, writing expanding and comparing 3 digit numerals (2 pages)
• Practising fluency in addition and subtraction to 100
• Addition up to four 2 digit numbers
• Add and subtract to 1000 with pictorial aids
• Mentally adding and subtracting 10 / 100 from numbers to 1000
• Explaining addition and subtraction strategies
• Length in inches, feet, yards (3 pages)
• Measurement: length in centimeters
• Measuring length in centimeters and inches
• Solving word problems with length
• Representing whole numbers as lengths on a number line, and operations within 100 (3 pages)
• Digital and analog time (3 pages)
• Counting and solving problems with money (3 pages)
• Represent and interpret data (4 pages)
• Shapes and their attributes
• Foundations of area
• Partitioning shapes into fractions
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