# Let it Snow! 10 Winter maths Worksheets for year 2

Don't let your first grader slip up this winter vacation. Keep your kid's maths skills sharp with these winter maths worksheets, that work on addition, subtraction and patterning.

Turn a snow day into a maths day with this winter-themed year two addition worksheet that offers single-digit problems with sums up to 9.

### Winter maths

In the chill of winter, keep your child's brain warmed up with some single-digit addition. This is a great chance for her to brush up on her maths facts.

### Ski Race maths Facts #1

Your child will use his addition and subtraction skills to help the skiers down the slopes. He'll need to solve these mental maths problems to see who wins.

Get your child to practise her addition maths facts with a fun snowman coloring sheet.

### Adding and Subtracting: What's the Word?

Kids solve addition and subtraction problems with one- and two-digit numbers to crack the code and find the mystery word on this year two maths worksheet.

### Ski Race maths Facts #2

Your little Olympian can join two downhill skiers in this combination maths and colour-by-number worksheet. Your kid will solve addition and subtraction problems.

### First, Second, Third: Building A Frosty Snowman

Help your child strengthen his reasoning skills with this printable worksheet that asks him to develop a logical sequence for building a snowman.

### Missing Numbers: Ice Is Nice

Kids find the missing numbers to complete the iceberg grid. This year two maths worksheet offers practise counting whole numbers to 100 and counting by fives.

### Ski Race maths Facts #3

This addition and subtraction maths facts worksheets offers a winter sports theme.

### Moonlight maths

Print out this starry year two addition worksheet and sneak in a little maths practise before bedtime!

### Frosty Fact Families: Addition and Subtraction

Practise addition and subtraction with this fact families worksheet. Your 1st grader will be more prepared for school after the break!

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