MATHEMATICS PRIMARY TWO FIRST TERM QUESTIONS

MATHEMATICS PRIMARY TWO FIRST TERM QUESTIONS



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MATHEMATICS PRIMARY TWO FIRST TERM QUESTIONS

What is 1 more than 1689?
(a) 1688
(b) 1690
(c) 1128
(d) 1700
2. What is 1 less than 745?
(a) 754
(b)7 49
(c) 744
(d) 746
3. What number comes next in this series?
1956 1957 1958 1959 ——–
(a) 1800
(b) 1970
(c) 1960
(d) 1958.
4. What number comes before 1517?
(a) 1515
(b) 1516
(c) 1518
(d) 1519
5. Write in words 444
(a) Four hundred and fourty-four
(b) four hundred and fourty-four
(c) four hundred and forty-four
(d) four hundred and fourty four.
6. Write in words 617
(a) six hundred and seven
(b) six hundred and one seven
(c) six hundred and seventeen
(d) six hundred and seventy.
7. How do we interpret this word in figures, ”Five hundred and nine’’?
(a) 59
(b) 590
(c) 519
(d) 509
8. Count in groups of 5:
125 130 ——— 140
(a)1 31
(b) 139
(c)1 26
(d) 135
9. Count in groups of 10:
340, 350, ———, 370.
(a) 360
(b) 3 51
(c) 355
(d) 359



10. Count in groups of 100:
533 ——— 733 833 933.
(a) 633
(b) 534
(c) 543
(d) 534
11. What is the place value of 7 in 705?
(a) Unit
(b) Tens
(c) Hundred
(d) Zero
12. Which of this addition gives 25?
(a) 18+5
(b) 15+8
(c) 10+7
(d) 7+18
13. All of these numbers 58, 102, 89, 40 are examples of even numbers except ——–
(a) 102
(b) 89
(c) 40
(d) 58
14. Which one of these is an odd number?
(a) 39
(b) 80
(c) 76
(d) 96
15. I have 10 red books and 6 brown books. How many books do I have altogether?Type equation here.
a. 16
b. 13
c. 10
d. 12.
16. The lower part of a fraction is called ——————
a. Numerator
b. a whole
c. denominator
d. none of the above.
17. ________ is the unit for measuring length.
a. Kilogram
b. metre
c. milligram
d. millilitre.
18. Add 23cm + 34cm.
a. 57cm
b. 33cm
c. 54cm
d. 77cm.
19. One of the traditional ways of measuring length is __________
a. Metre rule
b. measuring tape
c. arm length
d. Container.
20. Subtract 68ml – 34ml.
a. 23ml
b. 34ml
c. 21ml
d. 38ml.

  1. Complete the sequence

521, ______, 523, ______, 525

  1. 521, 522, 523, 524, 525
  2. 521, 523, 525, 527,529
  3. 521, 522, 523
  4. 520, 526
  1. What number comes before 672?
  2. 674
  3. 673
  4. 671
  5. 675
  1. Express 787 in words
  2. Two hundred and five
  3. Three hundred and seven
  4. Seven hundred and eighty-seven
  5. Seven hundred and seventy-seven.
  1. Express nine hundred and thirty-nine in figures
  2. 939
  3. 929
  4. 949
  5. 959
  6. What is the value of the number displayed on the ABACUS above?
  7. 638
  8. 648
  9. 649
  10. 647
  1. What is the value of the number displayed on the ABACUS above?
  2. 999
  3. 989
  4. 988
  • 987
  1. The place value of 8 in 980is _______
  2. 8 Hundred
  3. 8 Thousand
  4. 8 ones
  5. 8 Tens
  1. Add up 83 and 5
  2. 88
  3. 86
  4. 87
  5. 89
  1. Jesse has 33 chickens and 19 ducks in his cage. How many animals is there altogether in Jesse’s cage?
  2. 33 animals
  3. 26 animals
  4. 52 animals
  5. 55 animals
  1. Add up 731 and 586
  2. 1282
  3. 1317
  4. 1345
  5. 176
  1. Subtract 11 from 6
  2. 3
  3. 7
  4. 6
  5. 5
  1. What is the value of [116 – 47]
  2. 69
  3. 45
  4. 65
  5. 78
  1. Zara has 36 candies; Chloe has 128 candies how many candies do they have altogether?
  2. 164 candies
  3. 165 candies
  4. 109 candies
  5. 198 candies
  6. There are 273 cars in a parking lot. 83 of the cars drives away, how many cars are left in the parking lot?
  7. 290 cars
  8. 190 cars
  9. 192 cars
  10. 191 cars
  1. A classroom has 150 desks. If 124 desks are taken out of the classroom how many desks are remaining?
  2. 13 desks
  3. 14 desks
  4. 25 desks
  5. 26 desks
  1. 91, 78, 23, 15 which of these numbers is an even number?
  2. 91
  3. 23
  4. 15
  5. 78
  1. The odd number among 18, 4, 19, 2 is
  2. 18
  3. 4
  4. 19
  5. 2
  1. 3 x 5 in repeated addition is given as
  2. 3+3+3+3+3
  3. 3+3+3
  4. 3+3+3+3+3+3
  5. 3+3+3+2+3
  1. What is 4 multiplied by 4
  2. 15
  3. 12
  4. 16
  5. 10
  1. How many legs do 5 dogs have?
  2. 20 legs
  3. 10 legs
  4. 11 legs
  5. 12 legs
  1. 5 x 6 in repeated addition is written as
  2. 5+5
  3. 6+6+6+6+6
  4. 6+6
  5. 5+5
  1. What is the place value of 6 in 364?
  2. 6 hundred
  3. 6 thousand
  4. 6 tens
  5. 6 units



  1. What is the value of 3 multiplied by 8?
  2. 16
  3. 20
  4. 22
  5. 24
  1. There are 6 books in a pack. How many books are there in 3 such packs?
  2. 19 books
  3. 18 books
  4. 15 books
  5. 16 books
  6. Joy shared 30 oranges among 6 children. How many oranges did each child get?
  7. 5 oranges
  8. 6 oranges
  9. 7 oranges
  10. 8 oranges
  1. Peace shared 40 packs of candy among Felix, Charles, Favour, and Josephine. How many packs of candy did each of them get?
  2. 9 packs of candy
  3. 10 packs of candy
  4. 8 packs of candy
  5. 7 packs of candy
  1. Divide 9 by 3
  2. 3
  3. 2
  4. 4
  5. 1
  1. Divisionmeans _______
  2. Counting
  3. Saving
  4. Adding
  5. Sharing
  1. _______ is an ancient tool made of beads and strings used for counting?
  2. Stones
  3. Sand
  4. ABACUS
  5. Water
  6. What is the value of 12×2?
  1. 20
  2. 22
  3. 24
  4. 26

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