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QUESTIONS

NUMBERS

  1. Write the following positions in words (5mks) 
    1. 16th.
    2. 9th
    3. 22nd
    4. 3rd 
    5. 20th
  2. Represents the following in an abacus (4mks) 
    1. 950 
    2. 508 
  3. Write in words (3mks) 
    1.  87 =
    2. 44= 
    3. 13 =
  4. Work out (3mks) 
    1. ½ of 20 =
    2. 1/8 of 32 = 
    3. ¼ of 16 =
  5. Add by breaking a part (4mks), 
    1. 19 + 5 = 
    2. 27 + 9= 
  6.  Amani had 148 marbles while Baraka had 35 marbles. How many marbles did they have altogether? (2mks)
  7. Work out (3mks) 
    1. 734 + 243 =
    2. 342 + 48 =
    3. 751 + 29 =
  8. In a ranch of 637 bulls, 216 were sold. How many remained? (2mks) 
  9. Subtract (3mks) 
    1. 747 - 115 =
    2. 509 - 301 =
    3. 565 - 43 =
    4. 83 - 7= (1mk)
  10. Multiply (34mks) 
    1. 7 x 10 =
    2. 3 x 5=
    3. 4 x 4=
    4. 6 x 2= 
    5. A teacher divided her class into 6 groups. If each group has: 5 children, how many pupils are there in the class?.
  11. Work out
    Divide using repeated subtraction (2mks)
    18 ÷ 3=
  12. Divide (4mks)
    1. 14 ÷ 7= 
    2. 18 ÷ 2=
    3. 15 ÷ 3= 
    4. 6 ÷ 3=

MEASUREMENT

  1. January, April and May have___days in total. (1mk) 
  2. The clock face below shows the time as ? (1mk)
    1
  3. Ten cups are equal to ___litres of water. (1mk) 
    2
  4. The piece of sugarcane is___metres long. (Imk)
    4

GEOMETRY

  1. Use ovals and triangles to make a pattern. (2mks) 
  2. Colour all squares-Red, circle - blue and Rectangles - yellow. (2mks) 
    3

 

 

 

 

 

MARKING SCHEME

  1.      
    1. sixteenth
    2. nineth
    3. twenty second
    4. third
    5. twentieth
  2. Mark as required
  3.      
    1. eighty seven
    2. fourty four
    3. thierteen
  4.    
    1. 10
    2. 4
    3. 4
  5.    
    1. 24
    2. 36
  6. 183
  7.      
    1. 977
    2. 490
    3. 780
  8. 421
  9.      
    1. 632
    2. 208
    3. 522
    4. 76
  1.      
    1. 70
    2. 15
    3. 16
    4. 12
    5. 30
  2. 6
  3.      
    1. 2
    2. 9
    3. 5
    4. 2
  4. 92
  5. 8:00/ eight o'clock
  6. 2litres
  7. 3
  8. Mark as required
  9. Mark as required

QUESTIONS

  1. Read the numbers
    1
  2. Write the numbers 1-8
  3. Colour
    2
  4. Circle the longer one
    3
  5. Colour the longer one
    4
  6. Cololur the bigger one
    5
  7. Count and match
    6
  8. Join the dots

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MARKING SCHEME

  1. (Mark as required)
  2. (Mark as required)
  3. (Mark as required)
  4.   
    7
  5. (Color first picture)
  6.   
    9
  7. (Mark as required)

QUESTIONS

  1. Count and write how many (4mks)
    1
  2. Write the missing numbers (3mks)
    1. 66, 67, __, __, 70
    2. 19,__, __, __, 23, 24
    3. 27,__, 29, __, 31
  3. Write the numbers in figures (4mks)
    1. Twenty one
    2. Seven
    3. Thirteen
    4. Fifty six
  4. Complete the following (4mks)

    1. 2
      __Tens, __ones = ___
    2. 32 = __tens and __ones.
    3. 21 = __tens and __ones.
    4. 4 =  __tens and __ones.
  5. Work out (4mks)
    1. 3 + 4 + 4=
    2. 8  +1 =
    3. 6 + 0 =
    4. 2 + 3 + 4 =
  6. Add (4mks)
    1. 40 + 30 =
    2. 50 + 10 =
    3. 3 + 3 + 6 = 
    4. 12 + 14 = 
  7. Fill in the boxes (2mks)
    1. 8 +__= 12
    2. __+ 8 = 10
  8. Take away (5mks)
    1. 42 - 31 = 
    2. 13 - 5 = 
    3. 18 - 8 = 
    4. 15 - 3 =
    5. 12 - 6 = 
  9. What is 16 take away 9?
  10. Subtract 8 from 20
  11. Mark had 6 mangoes. He ate two mangoes. How many mangoes remained?(1mk)
  12. Which one holds more? (1mk)
  13. How much money? (3mks)
    4
    5
  14. Which line is shorter (1 mks)
    A____________
    B______
  15. A week has__days. (1 mk)
  16. Which one is heavier? (1mk)
    6
  17. Name the shapes below (6mks)
    7
  18. Complete patterns below (4mks)
    8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MARKING SCHEME

  1.      
    1. 7
    2. 5
    3. 3
    4. 4
  2.    
    1. 68.69
    2. 20, 21, 22
    3. 28, 30
  3.    
    1. 21
    2. 7
    3. 13
    4. 56
  4.      
    1. 3 tens 3 ones = 33
    2. 3 tens 2 ones
    3. 2 tens 1 ones
    4. 0 tens 4 ones
  5.    
    1. 11
    2. 6
    3. 9
    4. 9
  6.   
    1. 70
    2. 60
    3. 12
    4. 26
  7.    
    1. 4
    2. 2
  8.   
    1. 11
    2. 8
    3. 10
    4. 12
    5. 14 
  9. 7
  10. 12
  11. 4
  12. A
  13.      
    1. Shs 6
    2. Shs 15
    3. Shs 21
  14. B
  15. 7
  16. B
  17.      
    1. Square
    2. circle
    3. triangle
    4. oval
    5. rectangle
    6. star
  18.      
    1. 9
    2. 10
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QUESTIONS

  1. Fill in the missing numbers (5mks)
    1. 10,15,20,..........., .............
    2. 12 , ........... , 8,6,  ........... ,2
    3. 100, 90, ........... ,  ........... , 60,50
    4. 14, 15, 16,  ........... , ...........
    5. 42, 44, ........... , 48, ...........  ,52.
  2. Complete the following (5mks)
    1. 2a zdada= ........... tens and ........... ones.
    2. 6 tens = ...........
    3. 36= ........... tens and ........... ones.
    4. 0 tens and 2 ones = ...........
    5. 10 tens = ...........
  3. Write in symbol or words. (4mks)
    1. 14 =
    2. Thirty five =
    3. Eighty eight =
    4. 40 = 
  4. What fraction is shaded? (2mks)
    1. 4a adada
    2. 4b adada
  5. Add (3mks)
    1. 33+ 4 = 
    2. 20 + 3 =
    3. 24 + 4 =2
  6. Add using a numberline (3mks)
    1. 4+2+1 =
       numberline ada
    2. 7+3=
      numberline ada
    3. 13+4=
      numberline ada
  7. Add by breaking apart (4mks)
    1. 26 + 9 =
    2. 14+8=
    3. 14+ 5 =
    4. 14 + 3 = 
  8. Amina cleaned 8 cups. Her mother cleaned 15 cups. How many cups did they clean altogether? (1mk)
  9. A class has 18 boys and 17 girls. How many pupils are there in the class altogether? ............................(1mk) 
  10. Subtract (4mks) 
    1. 86-3 =
    2. 76 - 31 = 
    3. 48 - 85
    4. 69-6 = 
  11. A storybook has 54 pages. Sheila read 6 pages. How many pages are remaining for her to read? (1mk)
  12. One year has ......................... months. (1mk)
  13. Which one is heavier? (1mk)
    13 ada
  14. Which one holds more? (1mk)
    14 da
  15. Which one is shorter? (1mk)
    15 ada
  16. A week has ....................................days. (1mk)
  17. Name the lines below (3mks)
    17 adada
  18. Complete the patterns below (3mks)
    18 adada

MARKING SCHEME

  1.                                        
    1.  25, 30
    2. 12,10,8,6,4,2
    3. 100,90,80,70,60,50
    4. 14,15,16,17,18
    5. 42,44,46,48,50,52
  2.                                   
    1. 3 tens and 0 ones
    2. 60
    3. 3 tens and 6 ones
    4. 02
    5. 100
  3.                    
    1. fourteen
    2. 35
    3. 88
    4. forty
  4.                           
    1. 1/4
    2. 1/2 
  5.                        
    1. 37
    2. 23
    3. 28
  6.                  
    1. 7
    2. 10
    3. 17
  7.                       
    1. 31
    2. 22
    3. 19
    4. 17
  8. 23
  9. 35
  10.                
    1. 83
    2. 45
    3. 40
    4. 63
  11. 48
  12. 12
  13. a/table
  14. b/bucket
  15. a/ruler
  16. 7 days
  17.                     
    1. curved
    2. straight
    3. zigzag

QUESTIONS
NUMBERS
Write in words or in symbols

  1. 18
  2. Ninety six
  3. 14
  4. Eighty eight
  5. Count backwards in fives and fill the empty box
    1

Colour the written fractions.

  1. ¼
    2
  2. ½
    3
  3. One bottle had 9 bottle tops  .. and another one had 5. How many bottle tops were they altogether?
  4. Subtract 25 from 48.
  5. Divide 24 ÷ 3 =

MEASUREMENT
Write the number of days in the following months:

  1. May
  2. September
  3. February

Use "shorter than or "longer than correctly

  1. The stool is___ the bench.
    4
  2. The spoon is ___ knife.
    5

Use the clockface below to tell the time.

  1. It is ten minutes past - (two, three, one)
    6
  2. Tick the smaller jug.
    7
  3. The two pencils are___(longer, shorter, the same)
    8
  4. Which container holds less water?
    9
  5. Mama Pima gives her children lunch in the (afternoon, evening, morning)

GEOMETRY
Draw the following lines

  1. Straight line,
  2. Curved line

Match the shape to its name.

  1.   10
  2. 11
  3. 12

MARKING SCHEME

NUMBERS  MEASUREMENT GEOMETRY
  1. eighteen
  2. 96
  3. fourteen
  4. 88
  5. 45
  6.  
    13
  7.  
    14
  8. 14
  9. 23
  10. 8
  1. 31
  2. 30
  3. 28/29
  4. shorter than
  5. shorter
  6. one
  7. (first one)
  8. the same
  9. B
  10. afternoon
  1. _______
  2. (mark relevant answer)
  3. square
  4. circle
  5. triangle

Questions

  1. Count and write
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  2. Read the shapes and colour
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  3. Match the number
    1                             3
    2                             4
    3                             2
    4                             5
    5                             1
  4. Circle umber 3 only in the jug
    01MathPGet122q4

Marking Scheme

  1. 6
    6
    4
    6
  2. Student should read the shapes and colour correctly
  3.     
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  4. Student should circle only the number 3

Questions

  1. Write numbers 1 - 10.
    ____, ____, ____, ____, ____
    ____, ____, ____, ____, ____
  2. Match the shape with its name.
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  3. Fill in the missing numbers.
    1 __ 3 __ 5 __ 7 __ 9 __
  4. Add (+)
    2 + 1 = _____
    3 + 1 = _____
    2 + 2 = _____
    3 + 2 = _____
    2 + 3 = _____
    3 + 3 = _____
  5. Join the shapes and colour.
    01Mathpp2et122q5

Marking Scheme

  1.  1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10
  2.    
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  3. 1, 2, 3, 4  , 5, 6 ,7, 8 ,9,10
  4. 3
    4
    4
    5
    5
    6
  5.       
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QUESTIONS 

  1. Re-write numbers(5 marks)
    1______
    2______
    3______
    4______
    5______
    6______
    7______
    8______
    9______
    10______
  2. Count and match. (5 marks)
    1
  3. Colour the shapes. (5 marks)
    2
  4. Add: (5 marks)
    2 + 1 
    4 + 2 
    3 + 1
    6 + 3
    5 + 2
  5. Take away: (5 marks)
    5 - 2
    6 - 4
    8 - 3
    9 - 3
    7 - 1

MARKING SCHEME

  1. one
    two
    three
    four
    five
    six
    seven
    eight
    nine
    ten
  2. 4
    2
    1
    3
    5
  3.     
  4. 3
    6
    4
    9
    7
  5. 3
    2
    5
    6
    6

QUESTIONS

  1. Count and Write
    1
    2
  2. Fill the missing numbers
    1. 1, 2,____, 4, 5
    2. 7, 8,____, 10, 11
    3. 10,11, 12, ____,14
  3. Match the shapes
    3
  4. Draw balls
    5
    1. 5=
    2. 6=
    3. 8=
    4. 10=
  5. A cow has____legs
  6. Take away
    1. 57
      -23

    2. 28
      -13

    3. 19
      - 9

    4. 9 - 8
  7. Write tens and ones
    11 =1 tens and 1 ones
    1. 24 = ____tens and____ ones
    2. 36 = ____tens and____ ones
    3. 16 = ____tens and____ ones
  8. Count how many
    4
    1. balls
    2. pots
  9. Write in words
    2____________
    5____________
    8____________
    9____________
    10____________
  10. Arrange the numbers from the biggest
    1. 6,8,10,11,9
    2. 4,7,3,1,10
    3. 5,2,0,1
  11. Which one is big
    7
  12. Put together
    1. 3 + 3 + 2 =____
    2. 4 + 4 = ____
    3. 5 + 3 =____
    4. 6 + 7 =____
  13. Four hens have____ legs
  14. 8
  15. Five cats have ____eyes
    14
  16. How many balls can you see
    9
  17. Circle the group of 4
    10
  18. Colour the numbers
    11
  19. Complete the pattern
    12

MARKING SCHEME

  1.      
    1. 6
    2. 4
    3. 7
    4. 5
  2.    
    1. 3
    2. 9
    3. 13
  3.     
  4.     
    1. 6
      6
      13

    2. 6
      6
      6

    3. 6
      6
      6
      6
    4.  
      6
      6
      6
      6
      6
  5. 4
  6.       
    1. 34
    2. 15
    3. 10
    4. 1
  7.        
    1. 2,4
    2. 3,6
    3. 1,6
  8.    
    1. 6
    2. 6
  9. two
    five
    eight
    nine
    ten
  10.      
    1. 6,8,9,10,11
    2. 1,3,4,7,10
    3. 0,1,2,5
  11.      
    1. A
    2. C
  12.        
    1. 8
    2. 8
    3. 8
    4. 13
  13. 8
  14. 20
  15. 6
  16.     
  17.  
  18.  
    13
    Z
    W3

Questions 

NUMBERS.

  1. Arrange from the largest to smallest.
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  2. Write these numbers in symbols
    Fifty _______________
    Seventeen _______________
    Forty six _______________
    Thirty nine _______________
    Twenty three _______________
  3. Match the numbers with the objects
    01mathg1et1q3
  4. Circle the ones that are the same in numbers.
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  5. A class has 20 learners. 10 are boys. How many girls are there?
  6. What is 16 take away 8?
  7.      
    1.  30 
      -20   
              
    2.   40
      - 20   
               
    3.  60
      -30    
               
  8. A farmer had 20 cows. He bought 10 more cows. How many cows did he have altogether?
  9.        
    1. 52 
      +7    
              
    2.   32
      +14   
               
    3.   18
      +11    
                
    4.   40
      +30   
               
  10. Write the missing numbers. (5m arks)
    1. 10, 15, ____,25
    2. 35, 33, 31,____
    3. 30, 32, ___, 36
    4. 40,45, 50,___
    5. 37, 39, 41,___
  11. Count and write backward by 5 from 35 to 15 (5marks)
    ___,____, ____,_____, ____


    MEASUREMENTS (10mks)
  12. There are ________ days in a week.(6, 5, 7)
  13. Fill in the missing days (4marks)
    Sunday,_______ , Tuesday,________,________, Friday,_______
  14. Circle all the needs (3marks)
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  15. Price iist (5marks)
    Item Price
    Sugar 100
    Pencil 10
    Bread 55
    How much is the
    bread? ______________
    sugar? ______________
    pencil? ______________


    GEOMETRY (5mks)
  16. Name these shapes and lines 
    01mathg1et1q16

Marking Scheme

  1.     
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  2. 50
    17
    46
    39
    23
  3.     
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  4.     
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  5. 10
  6. 8
  7.    
    1. 10
    2. 20
    3. 30
  8. 30
  9.            
    1. 59   
    2. 46
    3. 29
    4. 70
  10.         
    1. 20
    2. 29
    3. 34
    4. 55
    5. 43
  11. 35,30,25,20,15
  12. 7
  13. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
  14.     
    01mathg1et1qa14
  15. 55
    100
    10
  16. triangle
    line
    curve
    circle
    rectangle
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