KS1 Maths Quiz
Year 2 Fractions - Counting Up to 10
14,  12,  34... what comes next in this sequence?

Year 2 Fractions - Counting Up to 10

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 counting in fractions up to 10.

Being able to count up in fractions means understanding the value of a fraction and recognising how many of each makes a whole. For example, when counting up in quarters, it will take four steps to reach one whole and 40 to reach 10. Children in Year 2 are expected to be able to count up to ten in fractions and this quiz will help them.

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  1. Question 1

    What are the next three numbers in this sequence?
    7, 714, 712
    The sequence is going up by a quarter each time. 712 is the same as 724
  2. Question 2

    What comes next: 24, 34, 1
    Counting up in quarters means that after 1, it will be 1 + 14 more
  3. Question 3

    Which two numbers come next in this sequence?
    412, 5, 512, 6
    The sequence is going up by 12 each time
  4. Question 4

    What comes next: 1, 112, 2, 212
    Adding another half to 212 results in 3
  5. Question 5

    What is happening in this sequence:
    214, 224, 234, 3
    Each number is 14 more than the one before it
  6. Question 6

    Which three numbers come next?
    312, 334, 4
    The numbers are one quarter more each time
  7. Question 7

    Which two numbers are next in this sequence?
    214, 212, 234
    Adding a quarter to 234 makes 3, and then adding another quarter makes 314
  8. Question 8

    Which two numbers are missing:
    3, ___, 312, 334, 4, ___
    Each number is one quarter more than the one before it
  9. Question 9

    Which two numbers are missing:
    512, ___, 612, ___
    The sequence is going up in halves
  10. Question 10

    What is wrong with this sequence:
    314, 324, 312, 334
    324has exactly the same value as 312 so shouldn't be there!

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