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# Practice - Counting and Number Recognition - 03

Hello, Super Maths Whizz! Are you ready to put your number counting and recognition skills to the test? This fun, exciting quiz is packed with 10 questions - just for you. We'll hop, skip, and jump through magical maths problems to see just how clever you are. So, grab your thinking cap, buckle up, and let's count together!
Question 1
Count in twos starting from zero up to 10. Which number is missing: 0, 2, 4, __, 8, 10?
5
6
7
8
When we count in twos starting from zero: 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. Therefore, 6 is the missing number.
Question 2
Which number is smaller, 5 or 10?
10
5
They are the same
Neither
5 is a smaller number than 10.
Question 3
Which number is bigger, 15 or 10?
15
10
They are the same
Neither
15 is a larger number than 10.
Question 4
If you have 8 cupcakes and you give 3 to your friend, how many do you have left?
11
8
5
6
If you start with 8 cupcakes and give away 3, you subtract 3 from 8 to get 5 cupcakes left.
Question 5
If you have 5 apples and you eat 2, how many do you have left?
7
4
3
2
If you start with 5 apples and eat 2, you subtract 2 from 5 to get 3 apples left.
Question 6
What's the number halfway between 0 and 10?
5
3
7
10
The number halfway between 0 and 10 is 5.
Question 7
Count in fives starting from zero up to 20. Which number is missing: 0, 5, 10, 15, ___?
25
20
30
15
When we count in fives: 0, 5, 10, 15, 20. Therefore, 20 is the missing number.
Question 8
What number comes immediately before 1?
0
2
3
-1
The number that comes right before 1 is 0.
Question 9
What number comes just after 19?
18
20
21
19
The number that comes straight after 19 is 20.
Question 10
If you have 2 pounds and spend 1 pound, how many pounds do you have left?
3
2
1
0
If you start with 2 pounds and spend 1, you subtract 1 from 2 to get 1 pound left.
Author:  Graeme Haw