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75 can also be written as seventy-five.

# Year 2 Numbers - Reading to 100

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 reading and writing numbers to at least 100 in numerals and words.

Children in Year 2 should be able to recognise, read and write numbers to 100 in numerals and words. This could mean recognising 56 is fifty-six, or that seventy-four is 74.

This quiz will help children to read numbers up to one hundred in both numerals and words.

Question 1
What number is this:
55
Fifty
Fifteen
Fifty-five
Five
5 tens and 5 units is the same as 55
Question 2
What number is this:
one hundred
10
100
1000
101
This number has no tens or units, just a one in the hundreds column
Question 3
What number is this:
thirty
13
30
300
3
Numbers which end in 'ty' have a zero at the end
Question 4
What number comes immediately before twenty?
Nineteen
Ninety
Nine
Nine hundred
19 comes immediately before 20
Question 5
What number is this:
79
Seven and nine
Seventeen
Seventy
Seventy-nine
Seventy-nine represents 7 tens and 9 units
Question 6
What number is this:
41
Forty-four
Fourteen
Forty-five
Forty-one
'Forty' is a slightly different spelling to 'four'
Question 7
What number is this:
ninety-nine
99
90
9
19
99 is the same as ninety and nine, or ninety-nine
Question 8
What number comes after twenty-nine?
Twenty-five
Twenty-ten
Thirty
Thirteen
29 comes just before 30
Question 9
What number is this:
76
Seven and six
Seventeen
Seventy-six
Sixty-seven
The two words are hyphenated
Question 10
What number is this:
nineteen
90
19
91
9
'Teen' numbers all have one ten and some units
Author:  Angela Smith