Year 2 Printable worksheets

Year 2 is the last year of Key Stage 1. At the end of this school year, your child will be required to take the SATs test for Key Stage 1. Your child will continue with phonics activities and in maths, they will be introduced to fractions. Use our great collection of resources to help prepare your child for their SATs exams and give them the confidence they need to excel.

 

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KS1 William Caxton Reading Comprehension

KS1 William Caxton Reading Comprehension

William Caxton Comprehension ActivityThis short comprehension introduces KS1 students to William Caxton and highlights his contributions to the world of printing, emphasising how his invention made books more accessible for people to read and learn. There are 6 multiple-choice questions that aim to assess students' grasp of key details in the text. 

Age: 6 - 7
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The World's Hot and Cold Areas

The World's Hot and Cold Areas

The World's Hot and Cold AreasThis colourful engaging worksheet will help pupils identify the location of hot and cold areas of the world in relation to the Equator and the North and South Poles. Students read through the text and answer the multiple-choice questions. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Drawing Activity - Human Features

Drawing Activity - Human Features

Human Features Drawing Activity This drawing activity aims to help students visually represent and understand various human features within their community.

Age: 6 - 7
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The Five Oceans Quiz

The Five Oceans Quiz

Explore the Oceans Quiz for KS1 PupilsThis quiz isn't just about finding the right answers - it's a journey to explore our amazing oceans! Pupils learn which ocean is the biggest, discover where penguins live, and find out that some oceans are warm while others are icy. Children read through the questions and circle the correct answer from the options (a, b, or c). 

Age: 6 - 7
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KS1 Human Features Word Search

KS1 Human Features Word Search

KS1 Human Features word search activityEmbark on a fun and educational journey with this engaging KS1 word search! This activity is designed for young learners to discover and recognise various human features in their surroundings. The following words are hidden within the puzzle: city, town, village, factory, farm, house, office, port, harbour, and shop. Students search horizontally, vertically, and diagonally to find each hidden word.This word search not only enhances vocabulary but also introduces young learners to diverse human features, fostering an early understanding of the various places where people live, work, and engage in daily activities.

Age: 6 - 7
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The Five Oceans Vocabulary Cards

The Five Oceans Vocabulary Cards

The Five Oceans Vocabulary CardsUse these vocabulary cards to spark curiosity about the world's oceans. Each card provides the name and location of one of the five oceans. Whether used in classrooms or homeschooling settings, they provide an engaging resource for geography lessons, homework, vocabulary building, or matching activities.

Age: 6 - 7
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Human Features Matching Activity

Human Features Matching Activity

Human features matching activityThis matching activity asks students to match the descriptions of each human feature with the correct name. This will help learners use basic geographical vocabulary to refer to key human features, including: city, town, village, farm, house, office, port, and shop.

Age: 6 - 7
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Plastics in the Oceans Cloze Activity

Plastics in the Oceans Cloze Activity

Plastics in the OceansThis handy geography worksheet will enhance students' understanding and knowledge about the critical issue of plastic pollution in the oceans. By filling in the blanks in this cloze activity, students will learn about why it's important to keep the oceans clean and how plastic can harm the animals that live there.

Age: 6 - 7
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Facts about the Oceans

Facts about the Oceans

Facts about the Oeans worksheetTeachers and parents can use this worksheet as part of a lesson on geography or as a standalone activity to spark curiosity about the oceans. It's a blend of fun and education, ensuring that young learners enjoy the process of discovering interesting facts about our oceans. Students read through the facts about our oceans and circle true or false after each statement. 

Age: 6 - 7
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The Lost Kitten Reading Comprehension

The Lost Kitten Reading Comprehension

The Lost Kitten Reading Comprehension"The Lost Kitten Worksheet" invites young learners to explore compassion and responsible actions. Through Lucy's story, students will connect with the feelings of helping and the joy of making a positive impact. Children read through the heartwarming story and answer the questions. 

Age: 6 - 7
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The Friendly Dragon Reading Comprehension

The Friendly Dragon Reading Comprehension

The Friendly Dragon Reading ComprehensionThis fun and engaging worksheet unfolds the story of Draco, the friendly dragon, and his delightful adventures in a land of rolling hills and colourful flowers. Pupils read through the story and answer the multiple-choice questions.  

Age: 6 - 7
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Whales Cloze Activity

Whales Cloze Activity

Whales Cloze ActivityHello, young explorers of the sea! Get ready for an exciting journey into the world of whales with our "Whales Cloze Activity." From the biggest animals on Earth to their playful songs, pupils will learn all about whales in a fun and interactive way. Imagine a baby whale as big as a car when it's born! Pupils will discover how whales talk to each other using special sounds, like singing in an underwater orchestra. Students read through the text and use the words from the word bank to complete the sentences. There are also more fun facts at the end to learn. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Dolphins Reading Comprehension

Dolphins Reading Comprehension

Dolphins Reading ComprehensionWhat sounds do dolphins use to communicate with each other? What is a group of dolphins called? How do dolphins use echolocation to find food? This worksheet uses multiple-choice questions to help students learn about dolphins' unique traits and behaviours, enhancing both reading comprehension and appreciation for these fascinating creatures.

Age: 6 - 7
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Kangaroos Reading Comprehension

Kangaroos Reading Comprehension

Kangaroos reading comprehensionThis worksheet aims to introduce students to the unique features and behaviours of kangaroos. Through multiple-choice questions, students will test their understanding of these fascinating marsupials while enhancing their reading comprehension skills.

Age: 6 - 7
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Giraffes Reading Comprehension

Giraffes Reading Comprehension

Giraffes Reading ComprehensionThis worksheet introduces students to fascinating facts about giraffes, including their unique features, adaptations, and behaviours. Through comprehension questions, students will test their knowledge and gain a deeper understanding of these intriguing animals.

Age: 6 - 7
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The Magical Adventure Reading Comprehension

The Magical Adventure Reading Comprehension

The Magical Adventure Reading ComprehensionThis resource is designed to assist you in guiding young readers through a captivating story that will ignite their imaginations and enhance their reading comprehension skills. After reading the story, guide students through the provided comprehension questions. Encourage them to refer back to the text to find evidence for their answers.

Age: 6 - 7
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The Friendly Forest Animals Reading Comprehension

The Friendly Forest Animals Reading Comprehension

The Friendly Forest Animals Reading ComprehensionThis activity is designed to help young readers develop their reading comprehension skills while enjoying an engaging story about animal friends and their adventures. After reading the story, students will answer questions to test their understanding of the text.

Age: 6 - 7
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Year 2 Common Exception Words Handwriting Workbook

Year 2 Common Exception Words Handwriting Workbook

Year 2 Common Exception Words Handwriting BookletThese common exception words often appear in various contexts and are essential for building fluency in reading and writing. Children need to memorise these words by sight. Practicing these common exception words helps develop literacy skills and supports the transition to more complex reading and writing tasks in Year 2 and beyond.

Age: 6 - 7
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Year 2 Spelling Practice (set 8)

Year 2 Spelling Practice (set 8)

Year 2 SpellingSpelling is a fundamental aspect of language acquisition and literacy development. Year 2, a crucial year in a child's education, marks a significant stage in their spelling journey. During this time, students transition from basic phonetic spelling to a more comprehensive understanding of spelling patterns and rules. Accurate spelling enhances a child's ability to communicate effectively. As students progress through Year 2, they move beyond writing simple sentences to crafting more complex compositions.

Age: 6 - 7
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Year 2 Spelling Practice (set 7)

Year 2 Spelling Practice (set 7)

Year 2 SpellingsLearning spelling introduces pupils to a wider range of vocabulary. This exposure to new words not only helps them understand their meanings but also encourages them to incorporate these words into their own writing. Students practise reading the spelling words and writing them themselves. They then complete a fill-in-the-blanks exercise. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Year 2 Spelling Practice (set 6)

Year 2 Spelling Practice (set 6)

Year 2 SpellingsThis spelling worksheet is designed to engage year 2 students in a fun way while strengthening their spelling skills. The fill-in-the-blanks activity focuses on keywords that are commonly used in their vocabulary. By completing this worksheet, students will not only enhance their spelling abilities but also reinforce their understanding of word meanings and context.

Age: 6 - 7
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Year 2 Spelling Practice (set 5)

Year 2 Spelling Practice (set 5)

Year 2 SpellingsLearning to spell correctly is a crucial aspect of a child's language development, and Year 2 spellings play a significant role in building a strong foundation for language skills. Correct spelling contributes to efficient reading. When words are spelled correctly, they are easily recognisable, facilitating smoother reading comprehension. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Year 2 Spelling Practice (set 4)

Year 2 Spelling Practice (set 4)

Year 2 SpellingsMastering spellings can greatly boost a child's confidence in both reading and writing. When children are confident in their spelling abilities, they are more likely to tackle writing tasks with enthusiasm and produce work that they are proud of. Students fill in the blanks with the correct word from the spelling word bank. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Year 2 Spelling Practice (set 3)

Year 2 Spelling Practice (set 3)

Correct spelling is essential for effective communication. When children spell words accurately, their written communication becomes more coherent and easily understandable. This is especially important as they begin to express their thoughts, ideas, and stories through writing. Learning Year 2 spellings introduces children to a wider range of vocabulary. This exposure to new words not only helps them understand their meanings but also encourages them to incorporate these words into their own writing. With this spelling worksheet, students choose the correct word from the word bank to complete the sentences. They also practise writing each spelling word. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Year 2 Spelling Practice (set 2)

Year 2 Spelling Practice (set 2)

Year 2 Spellings ListIn this activity, we will be diving into some interesting words that will help pupils strengthen their spelling skills. This worksheet is designed to enhance students' vocabulary and understanding of word patterns.Students fill in the blanks with the correct spelling of the words from the word bank. They must pay close attention to the context of the sentence to choose the appropriate spelling. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Year 2 Spelling Practice (set 1)

Year 2 Spelling Practice (set 1)

Year 2 SpellingsThis spelling worksheet is designed to engage year 2 students in a fun way while strengthening their spelling skills. The fill-in-the-blanks activity focuses on key words that are commonly used in their vocabulary. By completing this worksheet, students will not only enhance their spelling abilities but also reinforce their understanding of word meanings and context.

Age: 6 - 7
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International Peace Day Word Search

International Peace Day Word Search

International Peace DayThis word search activity is a fun and engaging way for KS1 pupils to celebrate International Peace Day while also reinforcing their spelling and vocabulary skills. The word search contains 12 peace-related words that are hidden in the grid. The goal is for students to locate and circle each word.What is International Peace Day?International Peace Day, also known as World Peace Day, is a globally observed event dedicated to promoting and celebrating the idea of peace, unity, and understanding among people and nations. It is recognised on 21st September each year. The purpose of International Peace Day is to raise awareness about the importance of peaceful coexistence, conflict resolution, and the prevention of violence on both a local and global scale.International Peace Day encourages people of all ages to reflect on the power of peaceful solutions and the positive impact that acts of kindness and understanding can have in creating a more harmonious world. 

Age: 6 - 7
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George Washington Colouring Page

George Washington Colouring Page

George Washington colouring pageThis colouring page provides a creative activity for young learners to engage with the concept of historical figures like George Washington. Colouring allows children to explore their creativity and use their imagination to choose colours, patterns, and designs. Use this printable in any history lesson to reinforce learning about George Washington. 

Age: 6 - 7
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George Washington Reading Comprehension

George Washington Reading Comprehension

George Washington Reading Comprehension ActivityThis short biography introduces young learners to the life and contributions of George Washington, a significant historical figure. George Washington was born on 22 February 1732, in Virginia. As he grew older, he became a prominent leader and played a vital role in leading his country, the United States, during the American Revolution, a fight for freedom.

Age: 6 - 7
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Mary Anning Word Search

Mary Anning Word Search

Mary Anning Word SearchUse our colourful word search puzzle to introduce your KS1 pupils to the incredible world of Mary Anning, a renowned fossil collector and palaeontologist from the 19th century. With this word search activity, pupils search horizontally and vertically to find words like "fossil," "dinosaur," and "jurassic."  This word search is an excellent addition to your history lessons, providing an opportunity for students to develop their vocabulary, pattern recognition, and critical thinking skills. It's a fun and educational way to spark curiosity about the past and the wonders of prehistoric life. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Mary Anning Timeline

Mary Anning Timeline

Mary Anning TimelineWelcome to the fascinating world of Mary Anning, a remarkable woman who lived long ago and made incredible discoveries! In this timeline worksheet, pupils will journey through key moments in Mary Anning's life and explore her groundbreaking contributions to the world of palaeontology. As pupils answer the questions and explore the timeline, they will learn about Mary's exciting discoveries and the impact she had on the world of science. 

Age: 6 - 7
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The Titanic Word Search

The Titanic Word Search

The Titanic Word Search ActivityThis handy word search activity is designed for KS1 pupils to have fun while learning about the famous ship, Titanic. In this word search, you will find hidden words related to the Titanic's journey and the tragic event that took place in the Atlantic Ocean. As they search for words like "ship," "ocean," and "iceberg," children will enhance their vocabulary and improve their spelling skills. Encourage your pupils to work independently or with friends to find all the words and learn more about the historical significance of the Titanic. 

Age: 6 - 7
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What is a Forest? Reading Comprehension Activity

What is a Forest? Reading Comprehension Activity

What is a forest? Reading comprehension activityOur "What is a forest?" reading comprehension is a magical journey into the heart of nature, specially crafted for curious minds in KS1. In this comprehension, young learners will discover the wonders of a forest – a special place where tall trees stand like guardians, animals play hide-and-seek, and the air feels fresh and clean. As they read, they will explore the soft ground covered in moss and leaves, and meet adorable creatures like squirrels, rabbits, and birds, each finding a cozy home among the trees.

Age: 6 - 7
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What is a Mountain? Reading Comprehension Activity

What is a Mountain? Reading Comprehension Activity

What is a mountain? Reading comprehension activityThis short reading comprehension activity aims to introduce KS1 pupils to the basic concept of mountains in a simple and understandable way. It focuses on key features and characteristics of mountains, making it suitable for young learners.

Age: 6 - 7
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What is a River? Reading Comprehension Activity

What is a River? Reading Comprehension Activity

What is a river? Reading Comprehension ActivityThis comprehension activity can be used to introduce young learners to the enchanting world of rivers. This resource aims to provide an engaging and informative experience for your KS1 pupils as they begin to understand the significance of rivers in our natural environment. Through this comprehension, children will gain insights into the role of rivers, their importance for various forms of life, and how they contribute to the delicate balance of ecosystems. The comprehension is tailored to meet the developmental needs of KS1 pupils, offering clear and concise explanations along with comprehension questions that encourage critical thinking and reflection. Use this worksheet in the classroom or at home.  

Age: 6 - 7
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Physical Features Matching Activity

Physical Features Matching Activity

Physical Features Matching ActivityIn this worksheet, pupils will learn about a variety of physical features that shape our planet's diverse landscapes. As pupils connect each word on the left with its definition on the right, they'll deepen their knowledge of these fundamental elements. Key physical features include sea, forest, soil, beach, mountain, season, ocean, and river.

Age: 6 - 7
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KS1 Physical Features Word Search

KS1 Physical Features Word Search

Exploring Physical Features word search activityEngage your young learners in a captivating journey through the world of geography with our "Exploring Physical Features Word Search" activity. This word search is designed to help KS1 pupils learn and reinforce key vocabulary related to various physical features of the Earth. From beaches to mountains, rivers to forests, students will have the opportunity to search for and discover these exciting geographical terms while enhancing their language and cognitive skills.

Age: 6 - 7
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Mary Seacole Word Search

Mary Seacole Word Search

Mary Seacole word search activityIn this word search, pupils will uncover 12 hidden words related to Mary Seacole's journey as a pioneering nurse and her acts of kindness and courage. Can you find all the words and learn more about this historical hero? 

Age: 6 - 7
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KS1 Historical Heroes Quiz

KS1 Historical Heroes Quiz

KS1 Historical Heroes QuizThis quiz introduces KS1 pupils to historical heroes from different time periods and backgrounds. It encourages them to learn about the remarkable achievements and contributions of these individuals to history and society. The multiple-choice format encourages participation and learning in an interactive way.

Age: 6 - 7
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KS1 Amelia Earhart Reading Comprehension

KS1 Amelia Earhart Reading Comprehension

Amelia Earhart reading comprehension activityThis comprehension introduces young readers to the adventurous life of Amelia Earhart and her pioneering accomplishments as a pilot. The questions allow students to engage with the text, reinforce their understanding, and reflect on Amelia's extraordinary journey.

Age: 6 - 7
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KS1 Mary Seacole Reading Comprehension

KS1 Mary Seacole Reading Comprehension

Mary Seacole reading comprehension activityThis comprehension introduces young learners to Mary Seacole, a heroic nurse who cared for soldiers during the Crimean War. The simple language and multiple-choice questions encourage reading comprehension and engage students in learning about historical figures and their contributions.

Age: 6 - 7
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KS1 Rosa Parks Reading Comprehension

KS1 Rosa Parks Reading Comprehension

Rosa Parks reading comprehension activityThis short comprehension is tailored for KS1 pupils and aims to introduce them to the inspiring story of Rosa Parks. The multiple-choice questions help children engage with the text, practise their reading skills, and think critically about the important message of courage and equality.

Age: 6 - 7
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KS1 Queen Victoria Fact File

KS1 Queen Victoria Fact File

Queen Victoria Fact FileWith this true or false worksheet, pupils will learn some interesting facts about Queen Victoria, a famous monarch from British history. This worksheet presents a series of statements about Queen Victoria's life and reign, ranging from her birth and family to her achievements and contributions. Pupils will read each statement and determine whether it is true or false based on their understanding of the information. This activity not only reinforces their knowledge of Queen Victoria but also encourages critical thinking and comprehension skills. It is also fun for children using the true or false format! 

Age: 6 - 7
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KS1 Queen Elizabeth I Reading Comprehension

KS1 Queen Elizabeth I Reading Comprehension

Queen Elizabeth I reading comprehension activityWith age-appropriate language and engaging content, this comprehension aims to introduce young learners to the historical figure of Queen Elizabeth I and spark their interest in history. It introduces the famous queen, her birthdate, and her parents. It highlights her reign as the "Elizabethan Era" and her significant impact on England. The comprehension also mentions the exciting victory over the Spanish Armada during her rule. The worksheet ends by mentioning her famous title "The Virgin Queen" and emphasizes her love for her country. Pupils read through the information and then answer the accompanying study questions. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Neil Armstrong Vocabulary Cards

Neil Armstrong Vocabulary Cards

Neil Armstrong vocabulary cardsThese colourful vocabulary cards can be used to introduce young learners to the exciting world of space exploration and the remarkable achievements of Neil Armstrong, the first person to walk on the moon.

Age: 6 - 7
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Neil Armstrong Word Search

Neil Armstrong Word Search

Neil Armstrong Word SearchJoin the space adventure with this exciting Neil Armstrong-themed word search! This word search is specially designed for KS1 pupils, offering a fun and educational way to learn about the legendary astronaut, Neil Armstrong. Hidden within the puzzle grid are 12 words related to his historic moon landing and exploration of space.

Age: 6 - 7
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KS1 Neil Armstrong Reading Comprehension

KS1 Neil Armstrong Reading Comprehension

Neil Armstrong reading comprehension activityThis handy history worksheet about Neil Armstrong, the first person to walk on the moon, provides a short comprehension for KS1 pupils to learn about a significant historical figure and his accomplishments. Use the comprehension questions to assess pupils' reading comprehension skills and understanding of the topic. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Christopher Columbus Vocabulary Cards

Christopher Columbus Vocabulary Cards

Christopher Columbus vocabulary cardsVocabulary cards present new words in a visually appealing and memorable way, helping young learners recognise and remember them more easily. Pupils can use vocabulary cards on their own to practice word recognition, spelling, and definitions, promoting independent learning skills. Use these vocabulary cards when teaching students about Christopher Columbus and make learning enjoyable and engaging for your class. 

Age: 6 - 7
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Year 2 worksheets and printables to support your child's learning 

Our year 2 printable worksheets will help encourage your child to work more independently and continue their learning in English, maths, science, geography, history, and much more. From reading comprehensions and fun fact sheets to educational quizzes and puzzles, you will be sure to find the year 2 resource to suit your child's needs.  

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One of the best things about printable worksheets is that they make learning fun and easy. Explore our educational resources based on Year 2 and keep your children learning through these fun and engaging exercises.

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Our Year 2 printable worksheets are designed for progressive learning. Our engaging content enables a child to learn at their own speed and gain confidence quickly. When we help a child believe in themselves, we empower them for life.

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Printable worksheets are a great way to enhance creativity and improve a child’s knowledge. Help your child learn more about Year 2 with this great selection of worksheets designed to help children succeed.

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