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These NO PREP Winter Worksheets are the perfect way to provide your 2nd-grade students with math and language arts skills practice while adding some winter whimsy to the classroom. This Winter Worksheets packet is filled with 64 pages of winter math and winter language arts worksheets and activities. These printable winter worksheets are perfect for morning work, seat work, math centers, literacy centers, small group instruction, homework, and even early finishers. Use individually or create a December or January 2nd grade packet filled with skill review activities. These winter worksheets will keep your students engaged while working on fun winter math and winter language arts activities.
Winter Worksheets for 2nd Grade Math and Language Arts printables includes:
68 total printable Winter Worksheets
- 41 pages of winter math worksheets
- 23 pages of winter language arts worksheets
See the specific skills and activities below.
Winter Math Worksheets:
►Which Snowman? (probability)
►Help the children find their mittens (Odd and Even) Cut and Pasted (numbers)
►Help the children find their mittens (Odd and Even) Solve the problem, then sort by cutting and pasting
►It’s Time for Snow (Draw the hands-on clock to show time given.)
►It’s Time for Snow (Write the time shown on the clock.)
►Winter Fractions -Color the picture to represent the fraction given.
►2 Pages ~Fill in the missing numbers (puzzles from the hundreds chart)
►Is it Odd or Even? (cut and paste)
►Odd or Even (color code)
►Fact Families Fort (color-related fact families the same color)
►What goes in the box (in and out boxes) winter theme
►Snow Fact Families (2 pages)
►3 Pages ~ Winter Picture Graphs (Answer questions)
►Snowman Addition Facts
►What Time is It? (Cut and paste, match times to clocks)
►2-Digit Addition (No Regrouping)
►2 Pages of 2-Digit Addition (Regrouping)
►2-Digit Subtraction (No Regrouping)
►Expanded Form (Cut and paste, match the expanded form to correct number)
►What goes in the box? (in and out addition and subtraction boxes.)
►Snowball Tally Marks
►2 Pages of “What is the difference? What is the sum?
►Ordinal Numbers (Following directions)
►2 Pages of writing a set of numbers from least to greatest, then greatest to least. What is the median?
►2 Pages of Fact Families (Write the 4 problems for each set of numbers.)
►4 Pages of Roll, Add, and Color (2 dice)
►2 Pages of Roll, Add, and Color (3 dice)
►Skip Counting (2 Pages) (5s and 10s)
Winter Language Arts Worksheets:
►Build a “Long E” snow fort (follow the path of long e’s)
►Winter Compound Words
►Winter Syllables (1,2, or 3) (cut and paste)
►Can you spell the winter words (cut and paste)
►Synonym Mittens (Color blue if pair are synonyms, green if not.)
►Build a “Long A” snow fort (follow the path of long a’s)
►Help the children find their mittens (Synonym, Antonym Sort) Cut and Paste
►How many words can you make from “snowman”?
►Correct a sentence (snow theme, correct mistakes)
►Long E or Short E (cut and paste)
►Long O or Short O (cut and paste)
►Scrambled sentences (unscramble the words to make a sentence)
►Is it a noun or a verb? (Cut and Paste sort)(winter words)
►2 Pages of ABC Order (winter words)
►Brainstorm ~ What do you think of, when you think of winter?
►Adjectives ~ Describe a snowman
►Write the steps to make a snowman (graphic organizer)
Then write in paragraph form. Draw a picture.