 # Practice - Counting and Number Recognition - 02

Hello KS2 students, ready for a fun and interesting maths quiz? This quiz focuses on counting and number recognition, so be ready to flex your number skills! Whether you're working on counting your coins or memorising your times tables, this quiz will definitely help you. Let's get started and remember, don't worry if you get something wrong - it's your chance to learn something new!
1.
What is the missing number in the series: 3, 6, 9, ?, 15?
11
12
13
14
In the series, each number increases by 3, therefore 9 + 3 is 12.
2.
Which is the lower number: -2 or 2?
-2
2
They are equal
Neither
-2 is less than 2 because negative numbers are always less than positive numbers.
3.
What is the result of 4 times 6?
24
18
20
30
4 times 6 equals 24.
4.
Which of the following is the number 25 written in words?
Twenty-five
Fifty-two
Two-five
Five-twenty
'Twenty-five' is the correct English written representation for the number 25.
5.
What does the digit 0 represent in the number 507?
0 ones
0 tens
0 hundreds
0 thousands
In the number 507, the 0 is in the 'tens' place, indicating there are zero 'tens'.
6.
If Jane has 2 pounds and she spends 1 pound 45 pence, how much does she have left?
45 pence
50 pence
55 pence
60 pence
If Jane spends 1 pound 45 pence, she is left with 55 pence.
7.
What is the numeral for three hundred and fifty?
350
3,050
30,050
3,500
The numeral for three hundred and fifty is 350.
8.
What is half of 50?
25
30
20
35
Half of 50 is 25.
9.
If I add 27 and 35 together, what is the correct answer?
52
53
62
72
The sum of 27 and 35 is 62.
10.
What is the Roman Numeral for 10?
I
V
X
L
The Roman Numeral for 10 is 'X.'
Author:  Graeme Haw 