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Here is a list of all of the skills students learn in Grade 2. The skills are organized into categories, and
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 Example: Add 12 and 17.          1)    192)    273)    284)    29 Answer: 29 Example: Erin and Sara sold popcorns in a sale to raisefunds for their field trip. Erin sold 15 boxes of popcornsand Sara sold 13 boxes of popcorns in the sale. Howmany boxes of popcorns did Erin and Sara sell altogether? 1)    182)    273)    284)    38 Answer: 28 Example: Find the sum of 53 and 28. 1)    792)    813)    824)    91 Answer: 81 Example: Alyssa goes to a gymnastics class twice each week.39 students in the class are under 15 years old and 27 studentsare 15 or over. How many total students are there in the gymnasticsclass? 1)    462)    563)    544)    66 Answer: 66 Example: 1)    4392)    4403)    4494)    451 Answer: 439 Example: Rebecca and her Mom went on a vacation. Theydrove 102 miles to the Seaside on Saturday and 142 milesto the Green River on Sunday. How much total distancedid they cover in those two days? 1)    204 miles2)    224 miles3)    242 miles4)    244 miles Answer: 224 miles Example: Add: 525 and 256 1)    7712)    7793)    7814)    791 Answer: 781 Example: John went to the Statue of Liberty and the MontaukPoint State Park in New York on his field trip. He spent \$116at the Statue of Liberty and \$107 in the Montauk Point StatePark. How much money did John spend in all on his field trip? 1)    \$2032)    \$2133)    \$2234)    \$224 Answer: \$223 Example: 15 + 86 + 105 = _____ 1)    1962)    2063)    2164)    226 Answer: 206 Example: Benjamin distributes food to hospitals. Hedelivered 39 packets on Monday, 43 packets on Tuesdayand 28 packets on Wednesday to St. Luke hospital. Howmany food packets did Benjamin distribute to St. Lukehospital in those three days? 1)    1082)    1103)    1184)    120 Answer: 110 Example: 231 + 49 = 160 + ____ 1)    202)    903)    1104)    120 Answer: 120 Example: Which number makes the followingnumber sentence correct?35 + ___ = 80 1)    252)    353)    454)    55 Answer: 45 Example: Compare the addition sentencesand choose “True” or “False”.119 + 26 = 70 + 85 1)    True2)    False Answer: False

Subtraction
 Example: 1)    42)    123)    144)    38 Answer: 14 Example: A balloon seller had 36 balloons. After sellingballoons for the whole day he was left with 11 balloons.How many balloons did the balloon seller sell that day? 1)    242)    253)    274)    28 Answer: 25 Example: Find the difference: 64 - 27 1)    372)    383)    434)    47 Answer: 37 Example: Jordan mailed 27 invitations to her friendsinviting them to her birthday party. If only 19 friendscame to the party, how many friends did not cometo the birthday party? 1)    72)    83)    94)    12 Answer: 8 Example: 1)    1312)    1333)    1414)    142 Answer: 131 Example: Justin needs a total of 258 ice-cream sticksfor an art project. He already has 142 ice-cream sticks.How many more ice-cream sticks does Justin need forthe art project? 1)    1062)    1163)    1184)    120 Answer: 116 Example: Subtract and choose thecorrect answer from the following.265 - 189 1)    762)    773)    844)    86 Answer: 76 Example: Michael is arranging a surprise party for his parents.He has 128 invitations to mail. Every invitation needs to have 1stamp on it, but he has only 119 stamps with him. How manymore stamps does Michael need in order to mail all the invitations? 1)    92)    113)    124)    13 Answer: 9 Example: 156 – 28 – 121.           1)    962)    1063)    1094)    116 Answer: 116 Example: A farmer had 277 chickens and ducks in his farm.After selling some of the chickens and ducks, he had 78chickens and 12 ducks left. How many chickens and ducksdid he sell altogether? 1)    872)    1773)    1874)    207 Answer: 187 Example: 28 – 8 = 30 – ____ 1)    82)    93)    104)    12 Answer: 10 Example: 89 – _____ = 25           1)    642)    663)    684)    74 Answer: 64 Example: Compare the subtractionsentences and choose “True” or “False”.190 – 86 = 120 – 16 1)    True2)    False Answer: True Example: Solve: 23 + 43 – 21 = ______ 1)    352)    373)    434)    45 Answer: 45 Example: Choose the missing fact familymember for the set of numbers given below: 1)    36 + 13 = 492)    49 – 13 = 363)    49 – 36 = 134)    36 – 23 = 13 Answer: 36 – 23 = 13

Number Concepts
 Example: Choose the number in words: 402 1)    Four two2)    Four zero two3)    Four hundred two4)    Four hundred twenty Answer: Four hundred two Example: Select the right option for the numberwritten in words:Six hundred seventy two 1)    2762)    6623)    6724)    60,072 Answer: 672 Example: There are 474 girls and 520 boys in Green fieldelementary school. Which of the following option showsthe total number of girls and boys in Green field elementaryschool in words? 1)    Four hundred seventy four2)    Five hundred twenty3)    Nine hundred eighty four4)    Nine hundred ninety four Answer: Nine hundred ninety four Example: Choose “True” or “False”:254 is an odd number. 1)    True2)    False Answer: False Example: 211 is _____ than 221. 1)    less2)    greater Answer: less Example: 27, 31, 35, 39, ___       1)    412)    423)    434)    44 Answer: 43

Place value
 Example: Which digit is in the hundredsplace in the number 321? 1)    12)    23)    34)    10 Answer: 3 Example: What is the place value of the digit4 in the number 243? 1)    102)    403)    1004)    400 Answer: 40 Example: ____ tens and ____ones = ______ 1)    6, 6 and 662)    6, 7 and 673)    7, 6 and 764)    7, 7 and 77 Answer: 7, 6 and 76 Example: Which of the following is theexpanded form of the number 352? 1)    3 + 50 + 22)    300 + 50 + 23)    300 + 524)    300 + 500 + 2 Answer: 300 + 50 + 2 Example: What is the sum of the smallest threedigit number and the largest two digit number? Answer: 100 + 99 = 199 Example: Kyle bought a package of papers froma supply store. There were 9 groups of ten and9 separate papers in the package. If he used 3groups of ten papers and 2 separate papers fromthe package to make his science project, howmany papers are still left in the package? 1)    6 tens and 3 ones2)    6 tens and 7 ones3)    6 tens and 9 ones4)    7 tens and 6 ones Answer: 6 tens and 7 ones

Geometry

Money
 Example: Choose the given amount of money inwords: \$4.22 1)    Four dollars forty four cents2)    Four dollars two cents3)    Four dollars twenty cents4)    Four dollars twenty two cents Answer: Four dollars twenty two cents Example: Choose the given amount of money in numbers:Six hundred seventy two dollars 1)    \$6622)    \$6723)    \$7624)    \$772 Answer: \$672 Example: Count the money and choose the rightamount. 1)    50 cents2)    55 cents3)    60 cents4)    75 cents Answer: 60 cents Example: 7 nickels = ______ cents 1)    25 cents2)    35 cents3)    45 cents4)    70 cents Answer: 35 cents Example: 2 dimes and 2 nickels are ______40 cents. 1)    less than2)    greater than3)    equal to Answer: less than Example: Madeline bought a toy from a store. She paid5 dimes, and 3 nickels to the store cashier. How muchtotal money did Madeline pay for the toy? 1)    8 cents2)    38 cents3)    53 cents4)    63 cents Answer: 63 cents Example: Mrs. Danielle bought an ice-cream pack froma shop and gave the cashier \$5. She received 3 coinsthat added up to 36 cents in change. Which of the following3 coins did she receive? 1)    1 dime, 1 nickel and 1 penny2)    1 quarter, 1 nickel and 1 penny3)    1 quarter, 1 dime and 1 penny4)    1 quarter, 1 dime and 1 nickel Answer: 1 quarter, 1 dime and 1 penny Example: The cost of a doll is 55 cents. Julia has1 half dollar and a nickel to buy the doll. Does shehave enough money to buy the doll? 1)    Yes2)    No Answer: Yes Example: 4 dimes + 1 nickel + 1 quarter 1)    45 cents2)    60 cents3)    70 cents4)    75 cents Answer: 70 cents Example: 3 half dollars – 5 nickels 1)    95 cents2)    115 cents3)    120 cents4)    125 cents Answer: 125 cents Example: 3 dimes – 2 cents + 4 nickels 1)    48 cents2)    52 cents3)    58 cents4)    68 cents Answer: 48 cents Example: There were 2 half dollars in Jose’s piggybank. After spending some of that money, he had7 nickels left. How much money did he spend in all? 1)    60 cents2)    65 cents3)    70 cents4)    75 cents Answer: 65 cents

Time
 Example: What time is shown in the clock below? 1)    9:102)    9:453)    10:094)    10:45 Answer: 9:45 Example: Choose the correct option:7:05 = _____ 1)    7 minutes past 52)    5 minutes past 73)    7 minutes past 114)    Quarter past 7 Answer: 5 minutes past 7 Example: 80 minutes = _____           1)    1 hour 20 minutes2)    1 hour 30 minutes3)    1 hour 40 minutes4)    1 hour 50 minutes Answer: 1 hour 20 minutes Example: 3 hours =_____           1)    120 minutes2)    160 minutes3)    180 minutes4)    190 minutes Answer: 180 minutes Example: 1 week 5 days = ___days 1)    112)    123)    134)    14 Answer: 12 Example: 55 minutes + 40 minutes 1)    1 hour 15 minutes2)    1 hour 30 minutes3)    1 hour 35 minutes4)    1 hour 45 minutes Answer: 1 hour 35 minutes Example: 1 hour – 20 minutes 1)    30 minutes2)    40 minutes3)    45 minutes4)    50 minutes Answer: 40 minutes Example: Find Start time when End time is 1:00 P. M.and Elapsed time is 2 and a half hours. 1)    10:30 A. M.2)    10:30 P. M.3)    11:30 A. M.4)    2:30 P. M. Answer: 10:30 A. M. Example: It took Mr. Hunter half an hour to washa car and 1 hour to wax the car. He finished washingand waxing the car at 2:30 P. M. What time did Mr.Hunter start washing the car? 1)    12:00 P. M.2)    12:30 P. M.3)    1:00 P. M.4)    1:30 P. M. Answer: 1:00 P. M. Example: Find End time when Start time is 6:30 P. M.and Elapsed time is 2 hours and 15 minutes. 1)    4:15 P. M.2)    7:45 P. M.3)    8:15 P. M.4)    8:45 P. M. Answer: 8:45 P. M. Example: Mrs. Davis began cooking dinner at 4:15 P.M.It took her 30 minutes to finish cooking. What time didMrs. Jasmine finish cooking the dinner? 1)    3:45 P. M.2)    4:35 P. M.3)    4:45 P. M.4)    4:55 P. M. Answer: 4:45 P. M. Example: Find Elapsed time when Start time is4:30 P. M. and End time is 6:00 P. M. 1)    Half an hour2)    One and half hours3)    Two and half hours4)    Three and half hours Answer: One and half hours Example: Dennis' soccer team played in a tournament. Thetournament started at 10:00 A.M. and ended at 12:30 P.M.How long did the soccer tournament last? 1)    2 hours2)    2 and a half hours3)    3 hours4)    3 and a half hours Answer: 2 and a half hours Example: If yesterday was Wednesday, whatday will it be tomorrow? 1)    Tuesday2)    Thursday3)    Monday4)    Friday Answer: Friday Example: Which is the fifth month in a year? 1)    June2)    July3)    April4)    May Answer: May Example: Use the calendar given below to answerthe question.Which day is on the 26th of the monthshown in the calendar? 1)    Saturday2)    Thursday3)    Monday4)    Friday Answer: Friday

Measurement
 Example: How much water is therein the measuring cup? 1)    25 ml2)    30 ml3)    35 ml4)    40 ml Answer: 35 ml Example: Read the scale given below andchoose “True” or “False” accordingly. 1)    True2)    False Answer: True Example: Find the distance of the arrow fromthe 0 point on the ruler given below. 1)    27 units2)    28 units3)    29 units4)    31 units Answer: 28 units Example: Convert 3 feet to inches. 1)    24 inches2)    36 inches3)    38 inches4)    48 inches Answer: 36 inches Example: Which tool could be used to measure howmuch water is there in a bottle? 1)    Thermometer2)    Ruler3)    Stop watch4)    Measuring cup Answer: Measuring cup Example: Find the perimeter of the rectanglegiven below. 1)    7 cm2)    10 cm3)    12 cm4)    14 cm Answer: 14 cm Example: Find the perimeter of a square wherethe sides measure 5 inches. 1)    9 inches2)    15 inches3)    20 inches4)    25 inches Answer: 20 inches Example: Find the perimeter of the trianglegiven below. 1)    14 cm2)    20 cm3)    22 cm4)    24 cm Answer: 24 cm Example: 18 inches are ______ 2 feet. 1)    less than2)    equal to3)    more than Answer: less than Example: 1)    12)    23)    34)    4 Answer: 2 Example: 5 quarts are _____ 1 gallon. 1)    more than2)    equal to3)    less than Answer: more than Example: 1 gallon = ____ cups           1)    142)    153)    164)    18 Answer: 16 Example: 3 pounds = ___ ounces 1)    162)    323)    484)    52 Answer: 48 Example: 30 ounces is _______ 2 pounds. 1)    greater than2)    less than3)    equal to Answer: less than Example: 2 pints – 8 ounces = __ cups 1)    1 cup2)    2 cups3)    3 cups4)    5 cups Answer: 3 cups Example: Brooke made her favorite juice by mixing3 cups of orange juice with 5 cups of pomegranatejuice. How much orange and pomegranate juice didBrooke use to make her favorite juice? 1)    2 pints2)    4 pints3)    6 pints4)    1 gallon Answer: 4 pints Example: 1 decimeter = ____           1)    10 cm2)    100 cm3)    10 meters4)    100 meters Answer: 10 cm Example: Choose “True” or “False”: 2,500 millimeters > 200.5 centimeters 1)    True2)    False Answer: True Example: How many milligrams are there in6.2 grams? 1)    62 milligrams2)    620 milligrams3)    6,200 milligrams4)    60,200 milligrams Answer: 6,200 milligrams Example: Choose the correct option:2.3 kg ___ 2,030 gm 1)    >2)    <3)    = Answer: > Example: 1.2 liters = ____ milliliters           1)    122)    1203)    1,2004)    12,000 Answer: 1,200 Example: Which of the following is more than2,050 milliliters? 1)    1 liter 45 milliliters2)    2 liters 45 milliliters3)    2 liters 50 milliliters4)    2 liters 500 milliliters Answer: 2 liters 500 milliliters Example: 1 dm + 12 cm = ___ cm 1)    132)    223)    234)    120 Answer: 22 Example: 5 grams – 750 milligrams = _____ milligrams 1)    4502)    5503)    4,2504)    4,350 Answer: 4,250 Example: Sara bought a 2 liter bottle of dietcoke for a party. During the party, she served1,250 ml of diet coke to her guests from thebottle. How much diet coke is still left in thebottle? 1)    650 ml2)    750 ml3)    850 ml4)    950 ml Answer: 750 ml

Fractions

Multiplication
 Example: Choose the right multiplication sentencefor the picture given below: 1)    4 x 4 = 162)    4 x 5 = 203)    5 x 4 = 244)    5 x 5 = 20 Answer: 4 x 5 = 20 Example: Mrs. Martin, a second grade teacher bought5 boxes of candies for her students. If each box had9 candies in it, which multiplication sentence showsthe total number of candies bought by Mrs. Martinfor her students? 1)    5 x 9 = 352)    5 x 9 = 453)    9 x 5 = 404)    9 x 5 = 55 Answer: 5 x 9 = 45 Example: Which number makes thefollowing number sentence true?6 x 7 = ___ x 6 1)    62)    73)    124)    42 Answer: 7 Example: 1 X 5 = ____               1)    52)    63)    154)    51 Answer: 5 Example: Solve: 13 x 0           1)    02)    13)    134)    130 Answer: 0 Example: 3 x _____ = 27           1)    72)    83)    94)    12 Answer: 9 Example: Multiply 9 and 10.           1)    192)    903)    914)    900 Answer: 90 Example: 1)    72)    83)    124)    16 Answer: 12 Example: William has 9 friends in his guitar class.He wants to give 2 candies to each friend onValentine’s Day. How many total candies shouldWilliam buy for his friends? 1)    112)    183)    224)    27 Answer: 18 Example: Multiply 12 by 10           1)    222)    1003)    1204)    210 Answer: 120 Example: Madison wants to buy a new doll. If shesaves 10 cents everyday for two weeks from herdaily allowance, how much total money would Madisonsave in 2 weeks to buy the new doll? 1)    70 cents2)    120 cents3)    130 cents4)    140 cents Answer: 140 cents Example: Find the product of 2, 4 and 3. 1)    92)    163)    204)    24 Answer: 24 Example: The bus ticket to Squirrel Park costs 3 timesmore than that to Beaver Valley. The ticket to BeaverValley costs \$3. If John and Sara want to go to SquirrelPark by bus, how much money do they need to spend inall to go to Squirrel Park? 1)    \$82)    \$153)    \$184)    \$27 Answer: \$18 Example: 6 x 5 = 3 x_____           1)    92)    103)    114)    12 Answer: 10 Example: 7 x 5 = _____+ 10           1)    152)    213)    254)    28 Answer: 25 Example: 5 x 5 = 30 - _____           1)    42)    53)    104)    15 Answer: 5

Division
 Example: The outcome that the pointerwill stop on orange is _____. 1)    certain2)    most likely3)    least likely4)    impossible Answer: certain Example: Which one of these is most likely to happenwhen the spinner given below is spun once? 1)    The spinner stops on purple color.2)    The spinner stops on green color.3)    The spinner stops on blue color.4)    None of the above Answer: The spinner stops on purple color. Example: Choose “True” or “False”.A bag contains 7 blue, 5 pink, and 4 yellow cubes.If John picked one cube from the bag without looking,it is least likely that he picked a yellow cube fromthe bag. 1)    True2)    False Answer: True Example: If you pick a square from the bag given belowwithout looking, which of the following event is impossibleto happen? 1)    Picking a pink square from the bag.2)    Picking a yellow square from the bag.3)    Picking a purple square from the bag.4)    None of the above Answer: Picking a yellow square from the bag. Example: Haley has 15 coins in her wallet. 8 of thecoins are dimes, 2 of the coins are nickels and therest of the coins are pennies. If she picks a coinfrom her wallet without looking, how likely is itthat she will pick a quarter? 1)    Certain2)    Most likely3)    Least likely4)    Impossible Answer: Impossible