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1 Mathematics Grade 2 Name: CAPS

2 Worksheet 1: Puzzle problems 1. Work out these puzzles with a partner. Make sure that each line for each puzzle adds up to the same number. a. b. 2 3 Each line must add up to 9. Place 1, 4 and 5 in the correct squares. 4 Each line must add up to 7. Place 2 and 3 in the correct triangles. 1 c. d Each line must add up to 10. Place 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 in the correct circles. Each line must add up to 16. Place 1, 3, and 6 in the correct rectangles. 2. Can you make up a number puzzle for your partner to work out? I found this easy or hard. (4) 2

3 Worksheet 2: Doubling numbers 1. Jabu wants to double the number of fish in his tank. Help him calculate. Double the Find the doubles patterns Write addition number sentences for these pictures. a. b. 3. Write answers for each of these nearly doubles. a = b = c = 4. Write nearly doubles number sentences for each of these. a. 7 = + b. 9 = + c. 15 = + I liked doing Number best. I liked doing Number least. 3

4 Worksheet 3: Addition and subtraction Add and subtract the following: This activity was. Why? 4

5 Worksheet 4: Addition and subtraction problems Write the answer: = = = = = = = = = = Travelling in taxis Calculate the answers. 1. In one taxi there are 14 people. In the other there are 19 people. How many people are travelling in both taxis? 2. In one taxi 18 of the passengers are worried. The driver is not driving safely. 9 people decide to get out at the next stop. How many people are left in the taxi? 3. The bus is waiting to take the soccer teams to their games. First, 13 soccer players get on. Then another 24 get on. How many soccer players are on the bus? This activity was. Why? 5

6 Worksheet 5: Groups of things We use the multiplication sign to show groups of things. Complete each number sentence using the multiplication sign groups of 2 wheels = 3 2 = 2 groups of 4 wheels = 2 4 = 3. Draw 3 wheels on each truck. 4 groups of 3 wheels = 4 = 4. Draw 5 eggs in each basket. 5 groups of eggs = = I found this easy or hard. (4) 6

7 Worksheet 6: Number sentences Look at the picture. Write the number sentence and then the answer. 1. Number sentence: Answer: 2. Number sentence: Answer: 3. Number sentence: Answer: 4. Number sentence: Answer: I found this easy or hard. (4) 7

8 Worksheet 7: Using the multiplication sign Look at the pictures and answer the questions = = = = = = = = I liked doing Number best. I liked doing Number least. 8

9 Worksheet 8: Add, subtract and multiply Colour in the answers to these calculations on the grid below. Colour these in red Colour these in blue 1 1 = 4 1 = 11 4 = 25 2 = 11 1 = 7 2 = 17 2 = = 3 7 = = 6 4 = 4 9 = = 5 5 = = 7 2 = 37 6 = 5 3 = = = = = 4 4 = 15 5 = = 5 7 = = 2 4 = = = 3 6 = = 11 3 = = 28 2 = = = = 6 2 = = = = = 4 7 = 3 3 = 42 5 = = 15 9 = This activity was. Why? 9

10 Worksheet 9: Will you have any left? 1. Put the eggs in the baskets. Make sure you share them equally. Cross out eggs as you put them in. Are there any eggs left? How many eggs are left? We call this a remainder. 2. How many groups of 10 can you make? Circle them. How many suns are left over? What is the remainder? 3. Colour in the umbrellas to show 25. How many extra umbrellas are there? I liked doing Number best. I liked doing Number least. 10

11 Worksheet 10: David s trip (Money) Fill in the answers to help David go to his special place. 1. I must catch a bus. The bus fare is R4. How many 50c coins will I need? 2. Now I want to buy a box of chocolates. A small box costs ten rand and fifty cents. How do I write that? 3. I feel like eating an ice cream. It costs R1. How many different ways can I make up R1? 4. Here s my special place! How much have I spent in total? This activity was. Why? 11

12 Worksheet 11: How much money will I need? 1. Look at the pictures of the sweets and their prices. Tick the correct number of coins you will need to buy each sweet Complete these number sequences Put these numbers in order from smallest to biggest I liked doing Number best. I liked doing Number least. 12

13 Worksheet 12: Patterns 1. Complete the pattern grid. First draw the missing shapes. Then draw the correct patterns. 2. Continue the pattern of these 4 shapes. Use different colours for your pattern. 3. Write numbers for this necklace pattern. This activity was. Why? 13

14 Worksheet 13: Weather during the year (Calendar) Look at the pictures. Number the months in the correct order. May November February December June August September March January April October July I found this easy or hard. (4) 14

15 Worksheet 14: Times of day 1. What time of day is it? Write the correct word under each picture. midday night morning 2. Colour the school days yellow. Colour the weekend days blue. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 3. What day is it today? 4. What day was it yesterday? I found this easy or hard. (4) 15

16 Worksheet 15: Birthday calendar (Time) Look at this calendar. It shows the months of the year. Read the questions and complete the calendar. Birthdays in Linda s class January February March April May June July August September October November December 1. How many learners are there in Linda s class? 2. Which month has no birthdays? 3. Which two months have the same number of birthdays? and 4. Which month has the most birthdays? 5. How many girls are there in Linda s class? 6. How many boys are there in Linda s class? 7. How many birthdays in September, October and November altogether? I found this easy or hard. (4) 16

17 Worksheet 16: Know your calendar Answer the following questions. 1. How many days are there in 1 week? 2. Write down the names of the days of the week. Make sure they are in the correct order. 3. How many months are there in 1 year? 4. Write down the names of the months in the correct order. 5. Connect the name of the month with the number of days in the month. January February April I found this easy or hard. (4) June August October December 17

18 Worksheet 17: More and less (Volume and estimation) 1. Which holds more? Which holds less? a. Colour the containers that hold more, blue. b. Colour the containers that hold less, red. c. Write more or less under the correct container. 2. Estimate, pour and record. a. How many cups can be poured into the jug? 1 litre estimate pour record b. How many cups can be poured into the tub? estimate pour record I liked doing the activity in Number 1 or 2 more. 18

19 Worksheet 18: Measurement and mass 1. Which is heavier? Colour in the heavier objects. or or or or 2. How much does each of these containers hold? This bottle holds litres. This is litre of milk. This bottle holds litres. Complete this sentence: It is healthier to drink than it is to drink. This activity was. Why? 19

20 Worksheet 19: How far did they go? Use the map to answer these questions. Ally s house 5 km Ben s house 7 km toy shop Bongi s house 4 km 6 km park 5 km 8 km school supermarket 6 km bank 1. How many kilometres is it from Ally s house to the school? 2. Bongi went to the park from his house. How many kilometres did he walk? 3. Ben went to the toy shop after school. How many kilometres did he walk? 4. Show two different ways that Ally can walk to the park. I found this easy or hard. (4) 20

21 Worksheet 20: Where in the park? (Position) What can you find in a park? Help Lebo place everything in this park. Read the instructions below. tree learners pond slide swing bench 1. Draw another tree in the bottom right corner. 2. Draw the swing to the right of the tree in the middle. 3. Draw the pond to the left of the tree in the middle. 4. Draw the slide to the left of the tree in the corner. 5. Draw the bench above the pond. 6. Draw the learners to the right of the bench. Talk about the park with your partner. This activity was. Why? 21

22 Worksheet 21: Furniture in my home (Block graph) 1. Look at the pictures. How many chairs, beds, tables, cupboards, couches and TVs can you count? 2. Make your own block graph, by colouring the blocks to show each piece of furniture. Talk about your graph. Write in a heading. I liked doing the activity in Number 1 or 2 more. 22

23 Worksheet 22: A creature grid Look at the creatures. Use colour to show how many of each creature there is. How many creatures? Number of creatures Creatures I found this activity easy or hard. (4) 23

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