This printable includes eight math word problems that will seem quite wordy to second-graders but are actually quite simple.
The problems on this worksheet include word problems phrased as questions, such as: "On Wednesday you saw 12 robins on one tree and 7 on another tree. " and "Your 8 friends all have 2 wheeled bicycles, how many wheels is that altogether?
Analysis: To solve this problem, we will add three fractions with unlike denominators. Solution: Answer: It took Nick three and one-fourth hours to complete his homework altogether.
Example 4: Dina added five-sixths of a bag of soil to her garden.
" If students are unsure, grab three quarters and explain that they are equal to 75 cents.
The problem then becomes a simple subtraction problem, so wrap it up by setting up the operation numerically on the board as follows: 75 cents – 54 cents = 21 cents.
" and "A man was carrying balloons but the wind blew 12 away. To answer this one, have students survey the problem, then read it together as a class.
Ask questions such as: "What could help us solve this problem?
Below, you will find a wide range of our printable worksheets in chapter Addition and Subtraction Word Problems of section Mixed Operations.
These worksheets are appropriate for Second Grade Math.