The following are some examples of 2nd Grade Word Problems for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. These word problems are solved with the help of "thinking blocks" or "block diagrams" which are used in Singapore Math.
More Grade 2 Math Lessons
There are 56 passengers in Bus A and 39 passengers in Bus B. How many passengers are there altogether in the two buses?
So, 56 + 39 = 95
There are 95 passengers altogether in the two buses.
A fruit seller had 84 lemons. He sold 56 lemons. How many lemons did he have left?
So, 84 – 56 = 28
He had 28 lemons left.
There are 2 papayas in each box. How many are there in 4 boxes?
4 × 2 = 8
There are 8 papayas in 4 boxes.
Alex bought a sack of 27 kg of flour. He packed the flour equally into 3 bags. How many kilograms of flour were there in each bag?
27 ÷ 3 = 9
There were 9 kg of flour in each bag.
Helping Parents Explain Math – Grade 2 Word Problems
How to use "thinking blocks" to help even young children - 1st grade, 2nd grade - understand, model and solve word problems.
David has 45 marbles. His sister gave him 32 more. How many marbles does he have altogether?
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