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# Maths: Multiplication Worksheet (CBSE Grade II )

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1.1 Repeated addition & Equal Groups
1.2 Skip Counting to Multiply
1.3 Multiplication Order
1.4 Multiplication by 0, 1, 10
1.5 Tables of 2,3,4,5,10
1.6 Multiply without carry
1.7 Story Problems

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### Maths: Multiplication Worksheet (CBSE Grade II )

1. 1. Math Worksheet: Multiplication Class: 2’nd 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Repeated addition & Equal Groups Skip Counting to Multiply Multiplication Order Multiplication by 0, 1, 10 Tables of 2,3,4,5,10 Multiply without carry Story Problems theeducationdesk.com
2. 2. Maths – Worksheet Chapter: Multiplication Class: 2nd Topic: Repeated addition & Equal Groups 1) Count and fill the boxes: a) = + = + + = b) + + = c) + = = d) = + + = e) = + + + = theeducationdesk.com
3. 3. 2) Fill in the blanks: a) = ________ Groups of _________ flowers = ________ times _________ = ________ flowers = ________ Groups of _________ fingers = ________ times _________ = ________ fingers = ________ Groups of _________ watermelon = ________ times _________ = ________ watermelon b) c) theeducationdesk.com
4. 4. 3) Match the following: a) 5 + 5 + 5 + 5 7X4 b) 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 3X7 c) 7 + 7 + 7 2X6 d) 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 4 X5 e) 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 5 X4 f) 7 X3 7+7+7+7 4) True or False a) 2 Added 3 Times is same as 2 X 3 b) 3 Groups of 3 Apples is same as 3 +3 +3 +3 c) Repeated addition means Multiplication d) ‘ +’ is the sign for multiplication e) 4 X 5 is equal to 5 times 4 f) 7+7+7+7=7X5 g) Multiplication means to put together or add equal groups theeducationdesk.com
5. 5. Chapter: Multiplication Class: 2nd Topic: Skip Counting to Multiply 1) Show multiplication on number line a) 4 x 3 = 0 1 2 4X1=4 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 4 x 2 =8 b) 3 x 3 = 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 c) 2 x 5 = 0 1 theeducationdesk.com
6. 6. 2) Count the jumps on number line and write sentence for the same a) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 b) 0 c) 0 d) 0 theeducationdesk.com
7. 7. e) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 f) 0 theeducationdesk.com
8. 8. Chapter: Multiplication Class: 2nd Topic: Multiplication Order 1) Match the pairs a) 2 X 5 10 X 1 b) 3 X 6 3X8 c) 7 X 2 6X4 d) 4 X 6 5 X2 e) 8 X 3 6 X3 f) 2 X7 1 X 10 2) Fill in the blanks: a) We get same answers; even the ________ to be multiplied is changed. b) We can write 2 X 6 by changing their order as ___________ c) 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 = ___________ and ___ + ____ = 8 are same. d) 4 times 5 is same as _______ times ______ . theeducationdesk.com
9. 9. 3) Change the orders and represent in groups. Write the answers. a) 2X5 = 5X2= b) 7X2= theeducationdesk.com
10. 10. c) 3X4= d) 1X9= theeducationdesk.com
11. 11. 4) Match the pairs a) A) b) B) c) C) theeducationdesk.com
12. 12. Chapter: Multiplication Class: 2nd Topic: Multiplication by 0, 1, 10 1) Fill in the blanks: a) Any number multiplied by zero, gives us ____________. b) Any number multiplied by 1 gives us _______________. c) Any number multiplied by 10, gives the number with a ________ on the right. 2) Solve the following: a) 7X1 = b) 1 X 10 = c) 21 X 1 = d) 0 X 100 = e) 10 X 2 = f) 0X9 = g) 5X0 = h) 1 X 33 = i) 10 X 0 = j) 10 X 3 = theeducationdesk.com
13. 13. 3) Choose the correct option: a) 5 Times 0 is I) II) 5+0 III) 0X0X0 IV) b) 0+0+0 5X0 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 is equals to I) II) 1X6 III) 1X5 IV) c) 1X0 0X1 10 + 10 + 10 is also written as I) II) 33 III) 3 + 10 IV) d) 3 times 10 0 X 10 2 X 1 means I) 1 added 2 times II) 3 III) 0 IV) 20 theeducationdesk.com
14. 14. 4) Answer the following a) 1X0 = b) 1X1 = c) 1 X 10 = d) 0X0 = e) 0X1 = f) 10 X 0 = g) 2X1 = h) 2 X0 = i) 2 X 10 = j) 3X1 = k) 3X0 = l) 3 X 10 = theeducationdesk.com
15. 15. 5) Fill in the blanks: a) 4 X = 40 3 X = 0 41 [ b) c) X 41 = d) 10 X 11 = e) 100 X 1 = f) 100 X = 0 g) 51 X = 510 h) 51 X = 51 theeducationdesk.com
16. 16. Chapter: Multiplication Class: 2nd Topic: Tables of 2, 3, 4, 5, ……… 10 1) Fill in the blanks: a) 4X4 = b) 6X7 = c) 2X3 = d) 4X8 = e) 9X5 = f) 8 X 10 = g) 10 X 9 = h) 8 X8 = i) 5X8 = j) 4X7 = k) 6X6 = l) 7X5 = theeducationdesk.com
17. 17. 2) Multiply the following: a) 3X9 = b) 9X2 = c) 10 X 5 = d) 4X9 = e) 6X9 = f) 4X6 = 3) Count and make 2’s table ( 1’st is shown below) ** 1 times 2 = 2 X 1 = 2 ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** ** theeducationdesk.com
18. 18. 4) Write 5’s table as shown 5X1 = 5X2 5 = = = = = = = = 5 X 10 = theeducationdesk.com
19. 19. 5) Match the boxes a) 5x4 56 b) 9X3 40 c) 8X5 27 d) 2X6 20 e) 7X6 63 f) 4X8 24 g) 7X4 12 h) 9 X7 42 i) 8X7 28 j) 3X8 32 theeducationdesk.com
20. 20. 6) Solve and mark True (T) or False (F) a) 8x5 = Answer Ends with ‘5’ ( T/ F) b) 2 x 10 = Answer is an Even Number ( T/ F) c) 5x6 = Answer ends with ‘0’ ( T/ F) b) 3x5 = Answer ends with ‘5’ ( T/ F) theeducationdesk.com
21. 21. Chapter: Multiplication Class: 2nd Topic: Multiply without Carry 1) Multiply the following a) 33 x 2 = b) 43 x 2 = T O 3 3 x c) T O 4 2 33 x 3 = x d) 2 13 x 3 = T O x 3 T O x theeducationdesk.com
22. 22. e) 32 x 3 = f) 14 x 2 = T O T O x g) x 11 x 9 = h) 12 x 3 = T O T O x i) x 11 x 5 = j) 10 x 4 = T O x T O x theeducationdesk.com
23. 23. k) 44 x 2 = l) 13 x 2 = T O T O x x 2) Solve the following a) HTO b) HTO 132 x d) x e) 8 444 2 HTO 1 1 1 x HTO 322 3 HTO c) x f) HTO 3 3 3 x 3 2 4 2 3 x 2 theeducationdesk.com
24. 24. g) HTO h) HTO 1 2 1 x j) x k) m) x n) p) x q) 5 1 7 x 1 3 1 1 x o) HTO x r) 2 9 HTO 4 0 1 x 3 1 1 1 2 HTO 4 HTO 2 3 3 3 HTO l) 2 HTO 3 3 2 x x 1 3 1 3 HTO 2 1 2 4 HTO 2 2 2 x HTO 1 2 2 3 HTO i) 1 1 0 x 9 theeducationdesk.com
25. 25. Chapter: Multiplication Class: 2nd Topic: Story Problems 1) Each truck can carry 20 cars. How many cars can be carried by 5 trucks? 2) Sam read 3 books in a day. How many books he will finish reading in a month. (a Month = 30 days) 3) When Ted can eat 10 chocolates in a day. How many total chocolates he will eat in 8 days. 4) 4 persons can seat on a bench in a park. How many persons can seat on 6 such benches. 5) Rina carries 5 new pencils every day in her box. How many pencils she will require for 40 days. 6) Sham made a puzzle using 10 pieces. How many pieces will be required to make such 10 more puzzles? 7) For each question answered correctly in a quiz 10 points are given. Sachin answered 7 questions correctly. How many point he should have got? 8) A color box costs for Rs. 111. Reema bought 9 such boxes. Total how much money she has to pay? 9) In a necklace 7 red beads are used. If 8 such necklaces are made how many total beads will be required? 10) Math book has 222 pages. Sita got 3 such books. Altogether how many total pages are in those 3 books? 11) If a teacher is giving a pencil to each student in a class and there are 121 total students in a class. Then how many total pencils are distributed in a class? theeducationdesk.com
26. 26. 12) In a birthday party 2 balloons were given to each child. 10 children had come to part. How many total balloons were with all children? 13) Total 122 chairs were arranged in a Hall. When counted how many total chairs’ legs would be there? (Each chair has 4 legs) 14) In a Vase 20 flowers were arranged. Each flower was having 4 petals. In all how many petals would be there? 15) Seema wanted to wear 12 bangles in one hand. How many total bangles she should bought for both hands? theeducationdesk.com