Class 2 is an initial quick point for the students. This is because it is a stage in life where we come across new concepts in every subject. These concepts cannot be taken for granted. It is important to understand these new concepts as they are the base for the next topics or higher classes. The fact is Mathematics is the one subject which is hated by every 3 out of 5 people. Though the class 2 maths book is made in a useful and engaging manner, most of the kids feel that math is boring and start hating it while the rest find it exciting and challenging. The reason for the former could be that the concepts are conveyed less enthusiastically by the teacher, which makes the children lose interest quickly. At BYJU’S, the concepts are explained in a very understandable way. Expert teachers from across India conduct classes. They make the class interesting and lively by explaining the concepts with colourful, creative/ 3D animated images; also, they include videos and interact with students whenever it is necessary. Kids like being imaginative and creative; hence such technique of teaching is easy to make them understand and fun learning for them. We cover the entire syllabus of class 2 maths book.
CHAPTER 1: NUMBERS
CHAPTER 2: ADDITION
CHAPTER 3: SUBTRACTION
CHAPTER 4: MULTIPLICATION
CHAPTER 5: DIVISION
CHAPTER 6: SHAPES AND PATTERNS
CHAPTER 7: TIME
CHAPTER 8: ORDINAL NUMBERS
CHAPTER 9: MONEY
CHAPTER 10: MEASUREMENT
To practice 2nd-grade math concepts, we conduct chapter wise test. We also conduct math quizzes so that it helps children to make their concepts strong and increase their confidence in mathematics. Once you register with BYJU’S, you get free math worksheets to practice and reach perfection. Below is a sample worksheet:
Q1. Write 1,500 in words
Q2. Circle the numbers that are less than 764
- 650 – 233
- 25- 25
- 0 * 0
- 12 * 11
- 9 * 9
- 0 + 1
- 300 + 100
- 10 + 20
Q7. Bunny has 25 red balls and 15 yellow balls. Totally how many balls does he have?
Q8. Tina has 20 chocolates out which she gave 5 chocolates to Ravi. Now, how many chocolates does Tina have?
Q9. True or False:
- June is the name of the month
- Saturday is the name of the day
- May is the name of the day
Q10. What is the place value of the following highlighted digit?
Q11. Write twelve thousand three hundred and fifty-five rupees and ten paise in digits.
Q12. Your weight is calculated in g, kg or l?
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