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Year 2 Maths Worksheets (age 6-7)

Hundreds of maths worksheets for children ages 6 and 7. Covering counting, number, shape, time and much more. We even have some challenges and a weekly programme!

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Categories in Year 2 (age 6-7)

We have arranged all our Year 2 Maths Worksheets (age 6-7) into the following categories. Each has many resources within so why not jump in and explore the site?

Popular Year 2 Maths Worksheets (age 6-7)

Our most popular Year 2 Maths Worksheets (age 6-7). Each of these resources has been selected due to the number of times they have been viewed by our members.

Add 3 small numbers (1)

Use the number line to add three small numbers.

Add 3 small numbers (1)
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Abacus for Numbers up to 99

An abacus is an excellent resource for helping your child understand 2-digit numbers up to 99. It shows clearly the two columns, the units and the tens. In other words the 2 yellow balls in the tens column have a value of 20 whilst the two balls in the units column have a value of 2. This will also help later when multiplying by 10 as they can see each digit moving one place to the left.

Abacus for Numbers up to 99
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Subtract a single digit from 2 digits

Some excellent mental arithmetic work on subtracting a single digit from a 2-digit number.

Subtract a single digit from 2 digits
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Count on 3, 4, 5 or 6

A nice, easy introduction to our Superbrain section with these worksheets on counting on 3, 4, 5 or 6 from a single digit. By now your children will probably be confident enough to give some of the answers without counting on. This means that they are beginning to learn the answers to 'number bonds' such as 5 + 3 is 8.

Count on 3, 4, 5 or 6
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Sharing equally

Beginning to understand division as sharing equally.

Sharing equally
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2 times table

Beginning to know doubles and the two times table.

2 times table
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Count on in tens

Here are four great maths worksheets for those children who are confident with counting in ones and are ready to move on to counting up in tens from any 2-digit number. Whilst the pages concentrate on the same skill, they are all very different. Don't be surprised if your child uses fingers to help them with this. For example, counting on 3 tens from 21, many children will start at 21, hold one finger up for 31, 2 for 41 etc.

Count on in tens
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Revise counting up to 20

Plenty of snails here to practise counting up to 20.

Revise counting up to 20
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