Make math fun with this duck color by number page using multiplication!

# Second Grade Math Worksheets

You may freely use any of the second grade worksheets below in your classroom or at home. Just click on the math worksheet title and click on the download link under the worksheet image. Feel free to duplicate as necessary.

## Multiplication Color by Number Worksheet – Monkey

You’ll go ape over this multiplication color by number page featuring a monkey!

## Multiplication Color by Number Worksheet – Tiger

This color by number page is a “grrr-eat” way to practice multiplication!

## Multiplication Dice

In this worksheet, your young one will take the numbers from the dice and write a number sentence.

## Multiplication Flashcards

For study purposes, here’s a complete set of multiplication flash cards for factors 0-9.

## Multiplication Make a Match 1

Here’s a multiplication match game with numbers 1 through 6.

## Multiplication Make a Match 2

This multiplication match game features numbers 5-9.

## Multiplication Maze 1

This multiplication maze is a fun way to practice math!

## Multiplication Maze 2

Your student can have fun while practicing his multiplication with this maze worksheet.

## Multiplying With Dice

Your student will write a number sentence based on the numbers on the dice.

## Number Line Addition

Here’s a “bee-utiful” way to learn to add with a number line!

## Number Line Addition and Subtraction

This worksheet helps your student practice adding and subtracting on a number line.

## Number Line Subtraction

Your student will be hopping along in subtraction with this number line worksheet!

## Number Line Word Problems

In this worksheet, your student will solve word problems with a number line.

## Ones, Tens, and Hundreds

In this place value worksheet, your student will work with ones, tens and hundreds.

## Passing Time – Quarter Hours

Your student will work with quarter hours in this elapsed time worksheet.

## Place Value Practice

Here’s a helpful worksheet on adding three-digit numbers using place values.

## Reading a Ruler:Customary Units

Here’s some ruler practice in customary units.

## Reading a Ruler:Metric Units

It’s time to work with a metric ruler!

## Shapes and the Number of Angles

Count the angles to determine the type of shape: triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon or hexagon!