2 Smiley Face Math Grade 2, Worksheet I Name 1. Complete the two patterns. 448, 458, 468,,, 498,, , 385, 485, 585,,,,, Jackson ate a cookie at 1:00. He ate another cookie every 2½ hours. Draw the hands to show when Jackson ate his four cookies. The 1:00 cookie is done for you. 3. Mario looked at his sister s tricycle and counted 3 wheels. If his sister had 5 friends over to play, and each brought her tricycle, how many wheels would there be? Answer: 4. Destiny saved 3 quarters, 3 nickels, and 10 pennies each week from her allowance. How much money will she save in 1 week? How much money will she have saved after six weeks? Explain your thinking. 5. In each square, draw lines to show fourths. Draw three different ways to show fourths.
3 6. Shown below is a small square, then 10 small squares, then 100 small squares. one ten hundred a. How many tens are needed to make 100 small squares? b. How many hundreds are needed to make 1,000 small squares? c. How many tens are needed to make 1,000 small squares? d. How many tens are needed to make 2,000 small squares? 7. Estimate to the nearest hundred. Jenny has 482 marbles, 216 stickers, and 91 shells. About how many items does Jenny have? About items Explain how you estimated: 8. Use the picture to help you solve the problem. Circle the set which holds less milk. 2 pints = 1 quart Explain how you know: or
4 Smiley Face Math Grade 2, Worksheet II Name 1. Complete the number patterns. Circle if the pattern is increasing or decreasing and tell the amount. 45,, 55, 60,,, 75 Increasing or Decreasing? By how much? 72, 62,, 42,,, 12 Increasing or decreasing? By how much? 2. Tell what numbers to use for?, so both sides of the scale will balance. a. b ? + 6 = ? =? =? = 3. Joshua has $ A small pizza costs $4.00 and a six pack of soda costs $2.00. He wants to buy 3 pizzas and 2 six packs of soda. Does he have enough money? Explain your answer: $4.00 $2.00
5 4. I am thinking of two numbers. *Their sum is 15. *One number is 9 more than the other. What are the two numbers? Answer: and 5. Hollis wants to put one sticker on each of her baby doll s hands. She made a chart to keep up with how many stickers she will need for the dolls. Number of dolls Number of hands 1 2 a. Finish Hollis chart for 3, 4, and 5 dolls. 2 4 b. How many stickers does she need for 3 her 5 dolls? 4 c. Explain how many stickers Hollis needs 5 for any number of dolls she might have: 6. Complete the pattern. One yard equals 3 feet and two yards equal 6 feet. yards feet Compare. Write >, <, or = between each pair of numbers. Think of > and < as being an open alligator mouth. The gator always wants to eat a number bigger than he is. So his mouth opens toward the bigger number. If the numbers are equal, use =. a b c d
6 Smiley Face Math Grade 2, Worksheet III Name 1. Is 11 an even number or an odd number? How do you know? 2. Victor earns 5 minutes of center time each day he turns in his homework to his teacher. How much free time will he have earned if he turns in his homework for 11 days? Answer: minutes 3. Each piece of candy costs 7 cents. Cori has 50 cents. How many pieces of candy might Cori buy? 7 Answer: Cori might buy pieces of candy. 4. Alex has $2.50. He wants to buy one of each of the toys. Does he have enough money? How do you know? $0.65 $1.15 $ 0.40
7 5. Add How can you use subtraction to check your work? 6. a. Measure the length of the leaf to the nearest inch. inches b. Measure the length of the leaf to the nearest centimeter. centimeters c. Explain why part (a) has a smaller number than part (b): 7. Janet s aquarium is the shape of a rectangular prism. It has a glass top. How many faces does it have? How many edges does it have? How many vertices does it have? 8. Janet s aquarium holds 40 liters of water. How many times would you have to pour a 2-liter bottle of water into Janet s empty aquarium, to totally fill it? Answer: times
8 Smiley Face Math Grade 2, Worksheet IV Name: 1. Tell in your own words how to make this pattern:... Answer: You make the pattern this way: 2. What time will show on the clock in four hours? In 10 hours? 3. Bella earns a quarter for making her bed every day. At the end of one week, how much money does Bella have? 4. Billy made seventeen baskets in his last game. Danny made fourteen baskets. Who made more baskets, Billy or Danny? How many more baskets? 5. Remember the alligator mouth! Show the bigger number of baskets by writing > or < in the box
9 6. How many sides do the four rhombi have altogether? Answer: sides 7. If the four rhombi above were pushed together, the figure might look like: How many sides does the new figure have? (The sides are the outside edges.) Answer: sides 8. If each edge of the rhombus is 2 inches long, what is the perimeter of the shape above? Remember the perimeter is the length around the outside edge. Answer: The perimeter is inches. 9. Study the in and out table. Find and tell the rule of how to start with an in number, and get the out number What is the rule? Use the rule to complete the table. IN OUT in What am I doing to numbers? out 20
10 Smiley Face Math Name: Grade 2, Worksheet V 1. Marcus wants to build a rectangular fence for his dog Marley. Two sides will be 20 feet long and two sides will be 15 feet long. How many feet of fence does he need to buy? Answer: He needs to buy feet of fence. 2. Marcus wants to put a pole every 5 feet to hold up the fence. How many poles does he need to buy? Answer: He needs to buy poles. 3. How many triangles like the one below fit into the hexagon? What fraction of the hexagon is the triangle? Answer: 4. Think about the second row of numbers in the chart. What are the 7 th and 8 th numbers in the second row? Answer: and 1 st 2 nd 3 rd 4 th 5 th 6 th 7 th 8 th 9 th 10 th ?? Tell in words how you know:
11 5. Al has 642 baseball cards. His brother Toby has 128 less than Al. How many baseball cards does Toby have? baseball cards 6. Chelsea had two $1 bills and a quarter to spend at the candy store. Her sister Ashley had 8 quarters, 3 dimes, and a nickel. Which sister had more money to spend? How much more? Chelsea- Ashley- 7. There are 13 crayons in the package below. Is 13 an even or an odd number? Explain how you know. Answer: 8. Make a paper airplane. Throw it and measure how far it goes in inches. Answer: inches Throw it a second time and measure how far it goes this time. Answer: inches Which throw went the longest distance? How much longer was it? inches longer
12 Smiley Face Math Name: Grade 2, Worksheet VI 1. Each apple below weighs 12 ounces. Jorge made 4 bananas balance with 3 apples. How much does each banana weigh? ounces 2. What number is shown by the blocks below? How many blocks would there be if you added 29 more blocks? blocks How many blocks would be left if you removed 25 from the original group? blocks 3. Rose wants to measure her bedroom. She can t decide between using a ruler or a yardstick. Which tool would she have to put down more times, the ruler or the yardstick, to measure the room? yardstick ruler Explain why: 4. If 4 cups equal a quart, how many cups are in 3 quarts? = so cups = 3 quarts
13 5. Draw and label 3 pencils, A, B, and C, so that: Pencil A is longer than pencil B, and Pencil B is longer than pencil C. Is pencil A longer or shorter than pencil C? Answer: 6. Circle the unit of measure you would use to weigh a full back pack. a. pounds b. quarts c. liters d. meters 7. Jonah had an ant farm with 234 ants. His little brother s ant farm had 169 ants. How many more ants did Jonah s ant farm have? ants 8. Without measuring, how tall do you think you are? Circle 3, 4, or 5 feet. a. After measuring yourself, about how tall are you? Answer: I m about feet tall. b. Find one thing in your house taller than you. Estimate its height, using your height: Answer: feet c. Find one thing in your house shorter than you. Estimate its height, using your height: Answer: feet
14 Smiley Face Math Grade 2, Worksheet VII Name: 1. Use this hundreds chart. a. Write in the missing numbers. b. Skip count by 2s and color the numbers you counted light green. c. Skip count by 5s and color the numbers you counted light red. d. Draw a circle around any numbers that are colored both red and green. 2. Look at the numbers you colored light green in the hundreds chart above. These numbers are all even numbers. Numbers that are not colored light green are odd numbers. How can you tell an even number by looking at the ones digit? Answer: An even number ends in,,,, or. How can you tell an odd number by looking at the ones digit? Answer: An odd number ends in,,,, or. 3. Add the next five symbols to the pattern below: Z, Y, 1, Z, Y, 2, Z, Y, 3, Z,,,,, Explain how to make the pattern: 4. Kylie has six bags of marbles. There are five marbles in each bag. How many marbles does Kylie have? marbles
15 5. Use one of these symbols to compare the value of these coins. less than < greater than > the same as = Use the symbol here 6. What is the total number of sides for five triangles? sides 7. Look at the input-output table. What is the rule? Complete the table. INPUT OUTPUT Rule: For each input number, I to get the output number. 8. Rita put 14 blocks on the right side of a balance scale. She put 8 blocks on the left side. Help her add enough blocks to make both sides equal. 8 + =
16 Smiley Face Math Grade 2, Worksheet VIII Name: 1. The baseball team has shirts with these numbers: 36, 19, 45, and 32. Write the numbers on the shirts from least to the greatest. least number greatest number 2. John wanted to buy a toy that cost $0.68. He had one quarter, two dimes, and a penny. Did John have enough money to buy the toy if there was no tax? Circle yes or no. $0.68 How do you know? 3. This is the time Abby s alarm goes off in the mornings. Abby s school begins one and a half hours later. What time does Abby start school: a.m. 4. If you counted six kids ahead of you in line for the bus, then counted seven kids behind you, how many kids were in line for the bus? kids
17 5. Put the numbers below in order from least to greatest. 574, 253, 123, 547, 808, 828,,,,, 6. Use this pizza to show some fractions. Each slice is one-eighth (1/8) of the pizza. Mark ate 4 slices. What fraction for the pizza did he eat? of the pizza Sally ate 3 slices. What fraction of the pizza did she eat? of the pizza After Sally and Mark ate, the dog got what was left over. What fraction of the pizza did the dog eat? of the pizza 7. Estimate, by rounding to the nearest hundred, the sum of : 321, 487, and 102 Answer: My estimate is. 8. Give an exact answer. Find the sum of the numbers in problem 7: 9. Subtract to find out how far off of the exact answer your estimate was in problems 7 and 8. Answer: My estimate was away from the exact answer.
18 Smiley Face Math Grade 2, Worksheet IX Name: 1. Four children are playing in the water. How many toes are playing in the water? toes Show your work. Explain with pictures, words, or numbers. 2. Sarah rolled two dice. She rolled a three and a six. Was the sum of the two dice even or odd? How do you know? 3. How much weight does it take to balance 4 plastic oranges? Write the weight inside the box below. 10 g 5 g g
19 4. Tommy has 3 quarters, 2 dimes, and 1 penny in his piggy bank. How much money does he have? 5. Can Tommy buy an ice cream cone for himself and one for his mom? Explain: Ice cream cone How long is the tape holder below? centimeters Thao said the tape holder was 25 centimeters long. Explain what was Thao doing wrong. 7. Write digits in the boxes below so the problems will be correct. a. 3 2 b. $7. 6 c. 3, $ , One piece of pizza costs 75 cents. There are six slices in each pizza. (a) How much would it cost to buy the whole pizza? (b) If Sam ate 2 pieces, what fraction of the pizza did he eat?
20 Smiley Face Math Grade 2, Worksheet X Name: 1. Becky and Ben were counting their $100 bills in a game of Monopoly.... eight hundred; nine hundred; one thousand, one thousand, one hundred; one thousand, two hundred. That s all my money.... eight hundred; nine hundred; ten hundred; eleven hundred; twelve hundred. That s all my money. Who had the most money, or did they have the same amount? Tell how you know. 2. Take out 3 regular sheets of notebook paper. Each piece of paper is 8½ by 11 inches. Estimate how many inches the perimeter is for one sheet of paper. (The perimeter is how far it is around the outside edge.) inches Now lay the 3 sheets down beside each other, with 11-inch sides touching. What is the perimeter of the 3 sheets of paper? inches 3. Take one of your sheets of notebook paper and fold it down the middle. Now turn it the other way and fold it down the middle again. It should look like this Color in 3 of the pieces. What fraction of the sheet of paper is colored? 4. One orange weighs 8 ounces. How much will a. 4 oranges weigh? b. 7 oranges weigh?
21 5. On the left, draw the hands on the clock to show 10:30. On the right, draw hands to show 3 hours after 10: Look at the number in the calculator s display window. Which digit is in the ones place? Which digit is in the tens place? Which digit is in the hundreds place? Which digit is in the thousands place? 7. Two cylinders balance 3 cubes. How many cubes will balance with 6 cylinders?? 8. In the problem above, if a cylinder weighs 15 grams, how much does a cube weigh? Explain how you know: Answer: grams
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