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Practice - Counting and Number Recognition - 01

Hello Maths Superhero! We know you're incredible with your numbers and counting, so we've created a fun quiz just for you. Get ready to put your counting skills to the test with our 10-question KS1 Maths Quiz. Remember, take your time, think carefully, and most importantly, have fun! Good luck, and let's get started!
Question 1
What is 3 more than 5?
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7
8
9
When we add 3 to 5, we get 8.
Question 2
You have 4 apples and give 2 to your friend, how many do you have left?
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2
3
4
If you give 2 out of your 4 apples, you'll have 2 left.
Question 3
Which of these is the smallest number? 10, 2, 3, 7
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3
7
10
The number 2 is the smallest number in the list.
Question 4
What is 2 less than 6?
3
4
5
6
If we subtract 2 from 6, we'll get 4.
Question 5
If Mum baked 11 cookies, and ate 4, how many are left?
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6
7
8
If Mum baked 11 cookies and ate 4, we subtract 4 from 11 which equals 7.
Question 6
If Jane has 7 crayons and she buys 2 more, how many does she have now?
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9
10
11
If Jane adds 2 more to her 7 crayons, she will have 9 crayons.
Question 7
Which number comes next in the pattern: 4, 8, 12, 16, ___?
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20
22
24
The pattern increases by 4 each time. So, 16+4 equals 20.
Question 8
Which of these is correct for 10-5?
3
4
5
6
If we subtract 5 from 10, we'll get 5.
Question 9
Which number comes between 18 and 20?
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19
21
22
The number 19 comes in between 18 and 20.
Question 10
Which of these is the largest number? 1, 3, 5, 2
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2
3
5
The number 5 is the largest number in the list.
Author:  Graeme Haw