KS1 Maths Quiz
Year 2 Calculation - Addition Problems
3 + 4 + 3 + 2 = 12 pencils.

Year 2 Calculation - Addition Problems

This quiz addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 Maths and Numeracy for children aged 6 and 7 in year 2. Specifically this quiz is aimed at the section dealing with solving addition problems.

Children in Year 1 will be expected to solve addition problems presented to them in key words rather than symbols. Solving these addition problems means being able to recognise those key words, such as 'total' or 'altogether', and to calculate accordingly.

Try this quiz to see how well you do with solving addition problems.

Did you know...

You can play all the teacher-written quizzes on our site for just £9.95 per month. Click the button to sign up or read more.

Sign up here
  1. Question 1

    Joe has 4 pets, Fran has 7 pets, Ben has 2 pets and Sara has 5 pets. What is the total number of pets?
    4 + 7 + 2 + 5 = 18
  2. Question 2

    Kim is given £9 for her birthday. Jake gets £4 more than this. How much does Jake get?
    4 more than 9 is 13
  3. Question 3

    I have 12 books and borrow 9 more from the library. How many books do I have altogether?
    12 + 9 = 21
  4. Question 4

    I need £2 to go swimming. I have £1.50. How much more do I need?
    £1.50 + 50p = £2
  5. Question 5

    I have 13 marbles and win 10 more in a game. How many do I have in total?
    13 + 10 gives a total of 23
  6. Question 6

    An apple costs 20p, an orange costs 10p and a banana costs 5p. How much would 2 apples, 1 orange and 1 banana cost altogether?
    20p + 20p + 10p + 5p = 55p
  7. Question 7

    If there are 3 pieces of ribbon that are each 10cm long, how long would they be when added together?
    10 + 10 + 10 = 30
  8. Question 8

    Susan walks 8 miles. She stops and then walks another 4 miles. How far has she walked in total?
    8 + 4 is a total of 12
  9. Question 9

    Last week I watched 6 hours of TV. This week I watched 8 hours. How much TV have I watched altogether?
    6 + 8 = 14
  10. Question 10

    A table has 4 legs. How many legs do 4 tables have?
    4 + 4 + 4 + 4 = 16, this is the same as 4 x 4

Author: Angela Smith

The Tutor in Your Computer!

Quiz yourself clever - 3 free quizzes in every section

  • Join us (£9.95/month) to play over 4,000 more quizzes
  • Reinforce your school learning in the comfort of home
  • Build your confidence in National Curriculum subjects
  • Test yourself to identify gaps in learning
  • Revise fast for tests and exams

© Copyright 2016-2017 - Education Quizzes
TJS - Web Design Lincolnshire

Valid HTML5

We use cookies to make your experience of our website better.

To comply with the new e-Privacy directive, we need to ask for your consent - I agree - No thanks - Find out more