Welcome to our Maths Quiz designed for Key Stage 2 students! It's all about multiplication and division – two core skills you'll need in many areas of life. So, get your thinking caps on, have a go, and be ready to become a multiplication and division superstar! Remember, it's okay if you don't get everything right. The most important thing is to learn and have fun!

1.

Which of the following shows the correct way to share 36 apples equally between 9 people?

9 x 4 = 36

36 x 9 = 4

9 ÷ 4 = 36

36 ÷ 9 = 4

In this example, we are sharing, or dividing, 36 apples between 9 people. Thus, 36 divided by 9 equals 4 apples each.

2.

What is 10 times 5?

15

150

50

500

We multiply numbers by multiplying the digits and placing the result in the appropriate place value. In this case, 10 times 5 equals 50.

3.

If you have £36 and you divide it equally between 4 friends, how much does each friend get?

£10

£9

£12

£8

Dividing £36 equally among 4 friends means each friend gets £9.

4.

Charlie has 20 stickers and wants to split them evenly between 4 friends. How many stickers does each friend receive?

6

4

5

7

When we divide 20 stickers evenly between 4 friends, each friend will receive 5 stickers.

5.

If you divide 90 by 6, what do you get?

15

14

16

20

Division is the process of splitting up a number into equal parts. Here, if you share 90 into 6 equal parts, each one will have 15.

6.

Charlie has 6 boxes, each containing 3 marbles. How many marbles does Charlie have in total?

9

18

12

21

We multiply the number of boxes by the number of marbles in each box to find the total. In this case, 6 times 3 equals 18.

7.

What number do we get when we multiply 0 by 7?

0

7

1

77

Multiplication with zero always results in zero. Therefore, any number multiplied by zero equals zero.

8.

What number do we get when we multiply 6 by 7?

13

42

27

35

Performing multiplication on 6 and 7, we get 42.

9.

A box of chocolates costs £12. How much would 7 boxes cost?

£72

£82

£84

£92

To find the cost of 7 boxes, we multiply the cost of one box (£12) by 7. This gives us £84.

10.

If Michelle buys 5 packets of stickers and each packet contains 7 stickers, how many stickers does Michelle have?

20

35

25

32

Multiply the number of sticker packs (5) by the number of stickers in a pack (7) to get the total number of stickers. So, 5 times 7 equals 35 stickers.