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Practice - Counting and Number Recognition - 05

Hello, Young Scholars! It's time to put your counting skills to the test. In this fun-filled quiz, you will tackle 10 engaging questions that explore counting, number recognition, and basic maths concepts. Each question has 4 options; only one of which is correct. So put your thinking caps on, and let's start the adventure of numbers!
Question 1
What number is represented as MMX in Roman numerals?
2100
2010
2020
2200
MMX represents the number 2010 in Roman numerals.
Question 2
Which number comes just after 6?
5
7
6
8
7 comes next after 6 when counting.
Question 3
Which of these is the number fifteen?
51
15
5
50
The number fifteen is written as 15.
Question 4
How much is a quart (2 pints) in litres?
0.25 litres
0.5 litres
1 litre
1.136 litres
1 quart equals 1.136 litres.
Question 5
What number is half of 20?
10
15
5
30
Half of 20 is 10.
Question 6
Tom has 4 slices of bread. If he eats 112, how many are left?
1
212
3
2
If Tom eats 112 from 4 slices, he is left with 212 slices.
Question 7
How much is 3p + 2p in penny coins?
2p
3p
5p
10p
If you add 3p and 2p, you get a total of 5p.
Question 8
If I have 5 apples and eat 3, how many are left?
3
5
2
8
When you subtract 3 from 5, you are left with 2 apples.
Question 9
What is 5 multiplied by 2?
7
10
12
15
Multiplying 5 by 2 equals 10.
Question 10
Which is the smallest number: 8, 11, 3, or 19?
8
11
3
19
3 is smaller than 8, 11, and 19.
Author:  Graeme Haw