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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

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. Join dots. (10 marks)
    1
  2. Re-write these numbers. (10 marks)
    1
    2
    3
  3. Colour the shape. (5 marks)
    2

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

NUMBERS

Exercise 1

Count then write the number

  1.    
    mathX101   
  2.    
     mathX102
  3.  
                                      
               
               
               
               
      

  4. mathX104
    Write in figures
  5. Fifty nine  ____
  6. sixty seven ____
  7. Forty four ____
  8.  Eighty eight ____
  9. Thirty nine ____

    Write in words
  10. 56 ___________________
  11. 92 ___________________
  12. 78 ___________________
  13. 17 ___________________
  14. 77 ___________________
  15. 87 ___________________

Exercise 2

Write the missing_number

  1. 45, 46, __ 48, ___
  2. 13, 12, ___,10,___
  3. ___, 56,___, 58, 60,___
  4. ___, 77, 79, 81, ___
  5. 25, 23, ___,___,___

    Write number before and after

  6.      66     

  7.      86     

  8.      41     


    Order from the lowest to the highest

  9.   7    5    8  

    ___,___,___

  10.  
      17    19   12  
     
    ___,____,___


  11.   6     14   13   
      
    ____,___,____

    Count backward in twos
  12. 45,47, 49, ___, ___
  13. 22, 24, 26, ___, ___, 32

    Count backward in twos
  14. 18, 16. 14 ___, ___
  15. 34,32, 30, ___, ___

    Match to the correct one
    Number                           in words
  16. 45                               Eighty nine
  17. 17                               Seventeen
  18. 38                               Forty five
  19. 89                               Sixty
  20. 60                               Thirty eight

    Circle the biggest number
  21. 56, 65, 43, 78, 54
  22. 97, 89. 86, 44, 65

Sub Strand 1.2
Exercise 3
Place value of tens and ones
mathX3eg

  1.  
    mathX301 

  2.   
    mathX302
  3.     
    mathX303
  4.  44 = ___ tens + ___ ones
  5. 87= ___ tens + ___ ones
  6. 45 = ___tens  + ___ ones
  7. 90= ____tens + ____ones

    Fill the chart
  8. 23
    Tens  Ones 
       
  9. 67
    Tens  Ones 
       
  10. 92 
    Tens  Ones 
       
  11.    
    mathX311    


  12.  
    mathX312      


  13. Which number is shown in the abacus?
    mathX313

  14.   
    mathX314

SUBS STRAND 1.3

ADDITIONS

Exercise 4

  1. Write the signs between
    mathX401
  2. Add using number line
    2 + 3 + 5 =
    mathX402.JPG

  3. 6 + 2 + 3 =
    mathX402.JPG

  4. 6 + 2 - 3 = 
    mathX402.JPG

    Match to the correct answer
    mathX405
  1. Add 4 to get the next number
    mathX410b.JPG
  2.  Add 5 to get the next number     
    mathX411b.JPG

Exercise 5

  1. Add four to get the answer
    mathX501
    Make four different sums
    mathX502
  2.  _____ + __________= _______
  3. _____ + __________= _______
  4. _____ + __________= _______
  5. _____ + __________= _______
  6. 3 + 2 +3=
  7. 6 + 4 + 5=
  8. 9 + 2 + 3=
  9. 5 + 5 + 5=
  10. 4 + 4 + 2=

Exercise 6

Fill in the missing numbers

  1. 8 +  ___ = 10
  2. 7 + ____= 14
  3. 3 + ___= 9
  4. ____ + 8 = 16
  5. ____+ 10 =30

    Exercise 6
  6. Fifty plus twenty is equal to _____
  7. Eleven cups plus 12 cups is equal to ______
  8. Kamau had 10 cows. His father added him 5 more cows. How many cows had he altogether?
  9. There are 7 cats in the school. Six more were added. How many cats are there altogether?
  10. Peter sells eggs. He sold 14eggs and Eater

SUB STRAND 1.3
Subtraction

Exercise 7

  1. 5 - 2 =
    mathX701

  2. 8 - 4 =
    mathX702
  3. 9 - 5 =
  4. 10 - 6=
  5. 20 - 8=
  6. 23 - 6=
  7. 18 - 10 = 

    Subtract using number line
    E.g. 9 - 5 = 4
    mathX7eg
    Fill number line and subtract
  8.  9 - 6 =
    mathX708
  9. 14 - 4 =
    mathX709
  10. 10 - 7 =
    mathX710
  11. 17 - 9=
    mathX710
  12. 32 - 10 =
    mathX712

Exercise 8

  1. Colour the correct answer
    mathX801

 

    Subtract using place value chart
  1.   47
    - 13      
    _____          
  2.   5 9
    - 3 5       
    ______         
  3.  38
    -20       
    ______        

    Fill in the missing number
  4. 24 - ____= 14
  5. 19 - ____=6
  6. 45 - ____= 24
  7. ____  -  7 =10
  8. Tim had 20 oranges. 6 oranges were stolen. How many oranges did he remain with?
  9. Lucu was given 13 balls by his uncle. He gave his friend 3 balls. How many balls was he left with? 
  10. Subtract 18 from 20  ______________
  11. What is 40 minus 20 ______________
  12. Cain had 6 sheep. He sold all of them. How many sheep did he remain with? __________

STRAND 2.0

MEASUREMENTS

2.1 lengths

Draw a line across and write how many units

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  1. How tall is the cup? _____________units.
  2. How tall is the pencil? _____________units.
  3. How tall is the walking stick? _____________units.

    Measure the length in units
    maths2.104
  4. What is the length of the spanner?  _____________units.
  5. What is the length of the book?  _____________units.
  6. What is the length of the key?  _____________units.
  7. What is the length of the rope?  _____________units.

    Circle the shortest line
  8.   
    maths2.108

    Circle the longest line
  9.   
    maths2.109
  10. Circle lines of the same length
    maths2.110

2.3 Capacity

  1. Circle the container which holds less
    maths2.301

2.4 Time

  1. We go to school for ____ days in a week
  2. We raise the flag on _______________
  3. The fifth day of the week is _______________
  4. At what time do we take breakfast? _______________
  5. Which day of the week is between Thursday and Saturday? _______________
  6. I wash my face in the _______________
  7. We eat supper in the _______________
  8. Cock crows in the _______________
  9. Saturday comes before _______________
  10. _______________ is the first day of the week.

 

2.5 Money

Identify and write the value of following coins and notes


  1. maths2.500a
    _____, which colour is this note _________________

  2.   
    maths2.500b
    _____, which colour is this note __________________
  3.    
    maths2.500c
    _______, which colour is this note _________________

2.5 Geometry

  1. Name the following Shapes
    maths2.501

  2. The shape of an egg is ____________________
  3. The shape of a table top is _________________
  4. What is the shape of thetop of a Sufuria ________________
  5. What is the shape of your bedroom ___________________
  6. Name the following lines
    maths2.506
    A shape with all equal sides is a ______________________

Answers

Exercise 1

  1. 21
  2. 17
  3. 30
  4. 31
  5. 59
  6. 67
  7. 44
  8. 88
  9. 39
  10. fifty six
  11. ninety two
  12. seventy eight
  13. seventeen
  14. seventy seven
  15. eighty seven

Exercise 2

  1. 47,49
  2. 11,9
  3. 54,62
  4. 75,83
  5. 21,19,17
  6. 65,67
  7. 85,87,
  8. 40,42
  9. 5,7,8
  10. 12,17,19,
  11. 6,13,14
  12. 51,53
  13. 28,30
  14. 12,
  15. 28
  16. Forty five
  17. seventeen
  18. Thirty eight
  19. Eighty nine
  20. sixty
  21. 78
  22. 97

Exercise 3

  1. 20+5=25
  2. 30+3=33
  3. 40+3=43
  4. 4,4
  5. 8,7
  6. 4,5
  7. 9,0
  8. 23
  9. 67
  10. 92
  11. 3,4,30,4
  12. 8,1
  13. 137
  14. 405

Exercise 4

  1. .
  2. 10
  3. 11
  4. 11
  5. 7
  6. 9
  7. 8
  8. 17
  9. 15
  10. 6,9,8
  11. 10,15,20,25

Exercise 5

  1. 4
  2. 8,10,18
  3. 10,13,23
  4. 24,10,34
  5. 28,10,38
  6. 8
  7. 15
  8. 14
  9. 15
  10. 10

Exercise 6

  1. 2
  2. 7
  3. 6
  4. 8
  5. 20
  6. 70
  7. 23
  8. 15
  9. 13
  10. 21 eggs

Exercise 7

  1. 3
  2. 4
  3. 4
  4. 4
  5. 12
  6. 17
  7. 8
  8. 3
  9. 10
  10. 3
  11. 8
  12. 22

Exercise 8

  1. 10
  2. 60
  3. 34
  4. 24
  5. 18
  6. .
  7. 10
  8. 13
  9. 21
  10. 17
  11. 14
  12. 10
  13. 2
  14. 20
  15. 0

Exercise 2.1

  1.  2 units
  2. 6 units
  3. 4 units
  4. 6 units
  5. 4 units
  6. 3 units
  7. 9 units
  8. -10 circling

Exercise 2.3

  1.  a-e circling 

Exercise 2.4

  1. 5 days
  2. Mondays and Fridays
  3. Friday
  4. In the morning
  5. Friday
  6. Morning
  7. Evening
  8. Morning
  9. Sunday
  10. Monday

Exercise 2.5

  1. 50 shillings red in colour
  2. 100 shillings , purple in colour
  3. 500 shillings green in colour

Exercise 2.6

  1.       
    1. Triangle
    2. Oval
    3. Circle
    4. Rectangle
  2. Oval
  3. Rectangular
  4. Circular
  5. Rectangular/ Square
  6.       
    1. Curved
    2. Straight
    3. Wavy
    4. Zigzag
    5. Coiled
    6. Square
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Mathematical Activities CBC Grade 2

Exercise 1
Write in words or numbers

  1. 45
  2. Twelve
  3. 13
  4. 89
  5. Fifty six

Circle the biggest number

  1. 34, 56, 65, 23, 28
  2. 89, 98, 95, 59, 32
  3. 77, 73, 63, 36, 67
  4. 78, 87, 45, 79, 63
  5. 10. 70, 40, 30, 60, 20

Write the next number

  1. 5, 10, 15,
  2. 10, 20, 30,
  3. 19, 18, 17,_____,15

Complete; What is?

  1. 45 less 2
  2. 76 less 3
  3. 74 less 4
  4. 29 less 5
  5. 59 less 6

Draw bunches of sticks to show

  1. 24
  2. 37

Exercise 2
Fill in the gaps

  1. 6 tens 3 ones
  2. 4 tens 9 ones
  3. 4 tens 2 ones
  4. ____tens_____ ones = 45 
  5. 27 = ____tens____ones

Count backward in fives

  1. 30, 25, 20, 15
  2. 65, 60, 55, 50,

Complete

  1. What is the place value of digit 6 in 46 =_____
  2. The place value of 5 in 57 is______
  3. One week = _____days
  4. The fourth month of the year is_____
  5. _____is 8 tens and 6 ones
  6. 67 is_____tens and _____ones
  7. 46 is 4 tens and ____ones
  8. The second day of the week is_____

Exercise 3
Match

45 Eighty one 
56 Sixty two 
81 Seventy six
62  fifty six
76  forty five 

 

Fill in the missing numbers on the number line
1
2

Add using a number line

  1. 3 + 2 + 3 = 
    3
  2. 4 + 5 =
  3. 7 + 2 + 2 = 
  4. 62 + 5 = 
  5. 78 + 6 = 

Exercise 4

  1. What fraction is shaded
    4
  2. Draw a square and shade it ½
  3. Draw a rectangle and shade ¼
  4. Which one shows a half?
    5

Fill in the gaps with place values
6

Add using counting on

  1. 62 + 5 = 
  2. 73 + 2 =
  3. 56 + 3 =
  4. 44 + 3 =
  5. 70 + 4 = 
  6. Tim has 7 stones. He picked more stones. How many does he have now?
  7. I have 13 sweets. I buy 7 more sweets. Now I have____sweets
  8. I have 9 oranges. My mum gave me six more oranges.
    How many do i have altogether?
  9. The cost of buying a book is 34 Shs and a pencil is 7 Shs.
    What is their total cost?

Exercise 5a
Add by breaking apart
7

Add using place value chart
8

Complete

  1. Three cows have______legs
  2. Six hens have______eyes

Word questions

  1. There are 15 boys and 17 girls in a class. How many pupils are there altogether?
  2. What is the sum of eight and seven?
  3. I ate 3 bananas in the morning, one banana at lunchtime and 2 bananas in the evening. How many bananas did I eat altogether?

Complete the addition wheel and colour the answers green
9

Exercise 5b
SUBTRACTION/TAKE AWAY
Subtract using number line
10
19 - 4 = 15 

  1. 35 - 3 = 
  2. 45 - 7 = 
  3. 63 - 7 = 
  4. 63 - 8 =  

Subtract by place value

  1. 97
    - 64

  2. 54
    - 43

  3. 47
    - 29
  4. 98
    - 15

  5. What is 26 less 4 = 
  6. What is 17 less 6 =
  7. Leon had 34 sweets. He gave out 10. How many was he left with?
  8. Korir had 26 goats he sold 17 of them. How many goats was he left with?
  9. Musa had 32 bananas. He gave out 12. How many was he left with?
  10. Salim bought 54 goats, he later sold 17 of them. How many goats was he left with?
  11. Joy had 38 mangoes. He ate 18. How many was he left with?

Exercise 6
Fill in the missing numbers

  1. __- 6 = 4
  2. __ - 6 = 12
  3. __ - 4 = 18
  4. __ - 6 = 12
  5. 36 - __ = 12
  6. 15 - __ = 10
  7. 98 - __ = 31
  8. __ + 6 = 14
  9. __+ 11 = 22 
  10. __ + 10 = 38
  11. __ + 12 = 25
  12. 36 + __ = 46
  13. 24 + __ = 44
  14. 45 + __ = 56
  15. 33 + __ = 73

Exercise 7
Multiplication
11

Multiply as repeated addition
3 x 4 = 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 = 12

  1. 6 x 3 =
  2. 10 x 6 =
  3. 7 x 4 = 
  4. 3 x 5 =

Fill in the boxes in the number family
12
13

  1. Mary has three packets of pencil. Each packet has four pencils. How many pencils does Mary have?'
  2. A basket has 5 bananas.
    How many bananas are in 3 baskets?
  3. If I multiply 3 and 3, what do I get?
  4. 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 =__
    __x__=__
  5. A dog has four legs. How many legs do 6 dogs has? 

Multiplication using number line
14
2 x 3 = 6

Make sum from the number line below

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3 x ____ =____

16

____x____=8

17

DIVISION
Exercise 8

  1. Share six bottle tops among three boys____
  2. Share ten crayons into 5 equal groups____
  3. Divide 12 oranges into 3 group's____
  4. 10 ÷ 5 = 
  5. 16 ÷ 4 = 
  6. 12 ÷ 4 =
  7. 14 ÷ 2 =
  8. 12 ÷ 4 = 
  9. 28 ÷ 7 = 
  10. Share four oranges between 2 boys . Each will get____oranges
  11. Five pupils shared 20 oranges equally. How many oranges did each pupil get?
  12. Share 16 books among 8 pupils. Each will get____books
  13. A dog has four legs. How many Legs do four dogs have?
  14. Share 8 mangoes among 4 children. Each will get____
  15. Share 20 balls among 5 boys. 
    Each will get____balls.

MEASUREMENT
Length

Exercise 9
Using an exercise book measure
18

  1. The longer side of the table is _____books
  2. The Shorter side of the table is _____books
  3. The longer side of the black board is_____books
  4. The longer side of the bedroom is_____ books
  5. The shorter side of the classroom is_____ books
  6. Which pencil is the longest?
    19
  7. Circle the shortest
    21
    Using a ruler measure
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  8. How many ruler are equal to the length of the door 
  9. The length of your feet
  10. The longer side of the classroom

ANSWERS

Exercise 1

  1. Forty five
  2. 12
  3. Thirteen
  4. Eighty nine
  5. 46
  6. 65
  7. 98
  8. 77
  9. 87
  10. 70
  11. 20
  12. 40
  13. 16
  14. 43
  15. 73
  16. 70
  17. 24
  18. 53
  19. Draw
  20. Draw

Exercise 2

  1. 63
  2. 49
  3. 42
  4. 4, 5
  5. 2,7
  6. 10
  7. 45
  8. Ones
  9. Tens
  10. 7
  11. April
  12. 86
  13. 6,7
  14. 6
  15. Tuesday

Exercise 3

  1. Forty five
  2. Fifty six
  3. Eighty one
  4. Sixty two
  5. Severity six
  6. 4
  7. 50
  8. 6
  9. 6
  10. 65
  11. 8
  12. 9
  13. 11
  14. 67
  15. 84

Exercise 4

  1.      
    1. ½
    2. ¼

22

  1. 20 +3 -23
  2. 40+6 =46
    50+2-52
  3. 67
  4. 75
  5. 59
  6. 47
  7. 74
  8. 15 stones
  9. 20
  10. 15 oranges
  11. Sh.41

Exercise 5

  1. 2,2 = 22
  2. 5, 3 =62
  3. 1, 3 = 66
  4. 7, 2 = 96 
  5. 3, 4 =36
  6. 67
  7. 47
  8. 58
  9. 91
  10. 63
  11. 12
  12. 12
  13. 32
  14. 15

Exercise 5B

  1. 32
  2. 38
  3. 49
  4. 55
  5. 33
  6. 11
  7. 18
  8. 83
  9. 22
  10. 11
  11. 24
  12. 9
  13. 20
  14. 37
  15. 20

Exercise 6

  1. 10
  2. 18
  3. 22
  4. 18
  5. 24
  6. 5
  7. 67
  8. 8
  9. 11
  10. 28
  11. 13
  12. 10
  13. 20
  14. 11
  15. 40

Exercise 7

  1. 5 x 3=15
  2. 7 x 3 = 21
  3. 6 x 4 = 24
  4. 18
  5. 60
  6. 28
  7. 15
  8.      
    1. 5 + 2 =7
    2. 7 - 5 = 2
    3. 7 - 2 = 5
  9.      
    1. 5 + 6 = 11
    2. 11 - 6 = 5
    3. 11 - 5 = 6
  10.      
    1. 4 + 10 = 14
    2. 14 - 4 =10
    3. 14 - 10 = 4
  11. 12 pencils
  12. 15 bananas
  13. 9
  14. 20, 4 x 5 = 20
  15. 24 legs
  16. 3 = 9
  17. 4 x 2 =8
  18. 2 x 5 =10

Exercise 8

  1. 2 bottle tops
  2. 2 crayons
  3. 4 oranges
  4. 2
  5. 4
  6. 3
  7. 7
  8. 3
  9. 4
  10. 2 oranges
  11. 4 oranges
  12. 2 books
  13. 16 legs
  14. 2 mangoes
  15. 4

Exercise 9

  1. Different answers
Thursday, 21 April 2022 09:53

Mathematical Activities - CBC PP1

MATHEMATICS ACTIVITIES

Strand 1: Classification
Sub-strand 1:1 - Sorting and grouping
Sort according to similarity
1

Sub-strand 1.2 - Matching and pairing
Pair according to use
2

Sub-strand 1:3 - Ordering.
Use number 1,2, 3 and 4 to order the object from the smallest to largest and colour
3

Ordering.
Colour the smallest
5

Colour the largest
6

Sub-strand 1:4 - Patterns.
Draw what comes next
7


STRAND 2 - Numbers
Sub-strand 2.1 - Rote Counting
8
Count how many
9

Sub-strand 2:2 - Number recognition
Touch and say the number
10

Colour number
11

Sub-strand 2:3 - Counting concrete objects
Write how many
12
How many
13
Socks_____
Pant_____
Ties_____
Dresses_____

Sub-strand 2:3 - Counting concrete objects
Color the matching numbers
14

Sub-strand 2:4 - Number sequencing
Follow the correct number sequence to help the rabbit find food
15

Write the number before and after
16

Sub-strand 2:6 - Number puzzle
Draw the remaining parts of the numbers below
17

Rearrange the numbers
18
Colour number 4 only to get the picture
19

Strand 3:0 - Measurement
Tick the shorter ones
20

Tick the longer ones
21

Count and write how many boxes is the size of the picture 
22

Sub-strand 3:2 - Mass (heavy and light)
Colour the lighter ones
23

Colour the heavier ones
24

Who is heavier
29

Who is lighter
30

Sub-strand 3:3 - Capacity
Colour the one that holds more
26

Colour the one that holds less
27

Sub-strand 3:4 - Time/Daily Routine
Match when it is done
28

Activity
With the help of a guardian, identify time related to yesterday, today and tomorrow
Example:-

  1. Yesterday I ate an apple.
  2. Today I am going to school.
  3. Tomorrow is Tuesday

Strand 3:5 - Money (Kenya Currency)
With the help of a guardian, identify the following currency
Match the back and the front

31 42
33 32
35 38
37 34 
39 36
41 40
  1. Colour the biggest one red and smallest yellow
    1
  2. Circle the correct number value
    2
  3. Write the missing numbers
    7     9         12

SECTION B

  1. Add
    3
  2. Name and color the shapes (triangle, rectangle, oval)
    4

MARKING SCHEME

  1. 6
  2.          
    7 8 9 10 11 12
  3. 6
    5
    7
    3
  4. Rectangle
    Triangle
    Oval

READ CAREFULLY AND ANSWER ALL THE QUESTIONS (50 MARKS)

  1. Estimate the length of your classroom door. It is          metres high.(2 marks)
  2. Work out: (3 marks)
    1. 26 +             =37
    2. 83 - 40 =
    3.              +63 = 170
  3. Multiply (2 marks)
    1. 4 x 4 =
    2. 5 x 4 =
  4. Write in symbols. (3 marks)
    1. twenty three
    2. nineteen
    3. twenty seven
  5. Write the following in words (3 marks)
    1. 50
    2. 16
    3. 47
  6. A farmer has twenty five goats and fifteen cows. How many animals does he have altogether? (2 marks)
  7. Circle the one that holds more water? (1 mark)
    1
  8. Fill in the missing numbers. (4 marks)
    1. 70,75,        ,           90
    2. 23, 21,        ,           ,15
  9. Draw the following shapes. (3 marks)
    a)Triangle b)Rectangle c)Oval
         
  10. What is the time? (2 marks)
    2
  11. Work out (3 marks)
    1. 67
      +13
    2. 58
      +23
    3. 62
      +38
  12. Using a number line add the following. (2 marks)
    1. 2 + 4 + 2 =
    2. 3 + 4 + 7 =
  13. Work out: (3 marks)
    1. 24 + 11 =
    2. 56 - 12=
    3. 24
      - 6
  14. Shade a quarter (1 mark)
    3
  15. Shade a half. (1 mark)
    4
  16. 12 divide by 4= (2 marks)
  17. 3 bicycles have           wheels. (2 marks)
  18. Multiply using repeated addition (2 marks)
    5 x 2 =
  19. Count and write (2 marks)
    5
  20. Fill in the blank spaces below. (5 marks)
    1. 89 =              hundreds              tens              ones
    2. 100 =              hundreds              tens              ones
  21. Jane has 17 pencils. She gave 4 pencils to her classmates. How many pencils did she remain with? (2 marks)

MARKING SCHEME

  1. 2 metres or assess
  2.        
    1. 11
    2. 43 
    3. 107
  3.      
    1. 16
    2. 20
  4.    
    1. 23 
    2. 19
    3. 27
  5.      
    1. fifty
    2. sixteen 
    3. forty seven
  6. 40
  7. B
  8.      
    1. 80,85
    2. 19,17
  9. Teacher to assess
  10. 12 o'clock
  11.        
    1. 80
    2. 81 
    3. 100
  12.      
    1. 8
    2. 14
  13.        
    1. 35
    2. 44 
    3. 18
  14. Teacher to assess
  15. Teacher to assess
  16. 3
  17. 6
  18. 2+2+2+2+2=10
  19. 12
  20.        
    1. 0 hundreds 8 tens 9 ones
    2. 1 hundreds 0 tens 0 ones
  21. 13 
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