 The cake's been cut in two but one piece is bigger than the other!

# Year 1 Numbers - Most, Fewest, Least

This quiz addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 Maths and Numeracy for children aged 5 and 6 in year 1. Specifically this quiz is aimed at the section dealing with recognising most, fewest and least.

Recognising 'most', 'fewest' and 'least' involves looking at numbers or quantities and identifying which has the higher or lower value. This could mean understanding the value of digits within numbers or counting groups of objects to see which have more, most, less, fewest or least.

Question 1 A
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C has £54 which is the most
Question 2 A
B
C
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D has £10, which is the least
Question 3 A
B
C
D
C has 9 squares which is the most
Question 4 A
B
C
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B has only 3 circles which is the fewest
Question 5 A
B
C
D
A has 9 pentagons which is the fewest
Question 6 A
B
C
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C has 13 cakes, which is the least
Question 7 A
B
C
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D has 23 cakes, which is the most. That's a lot of cakes!
Question 8 A
B
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D has 7 triangles which is the fewest
Question 9 A
B
C
D
A has 13p, which is the most
Question 10 A
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D has got 8 stars which is the most!
Author:  Angela Smith