In this worksheet, you will find 40 questions that include many of the level 2 topics that you have learned this year.
Work through the questions carefully.
Good luck!
This is a level 2 revision exercise to help prepare for Year 2/end of Key Stage 1 tests.
In this worksheet, you will find 40 questions that include many of the level 2 topics that you have learned this year.
Work through the questions carefully.
Good luck!
Place these numbers in order from the smallest to the largest:
17 5 28 82 71 50 15
Column A  Column B 
1 (smallest)  71 
2  82 
3  17 
4  28 
5  15 
6  50 
7 (largest)  5 
Look at these numbers which go up in 5s.
14 19 _{} 29 34
What is the missing number?
Estimate the number of butterflies.
Count the tens and units.
Type in the number which is 10 less than the one shown.
Choose the numbers which lie between 57 and 63.
Estimate the number to which the arrow is pointing.
Starting with 35, count back to 8.
How many did you count back to?
Match the missing numbers on this number line to the letters.
Column A  Column B 
A  64 
B  60 
C  58 
Jack has 63p in his pocket.
Jill has 36p in her pocket.
Sacha has 66p in her purse.
Fatima has 33p in her purse.
Put these people in order from the person who has the most to the least.
Column A  Column B 
1 (most)  Jill 
2  Fatima 
3  Sacha 
4 (least)  Jack 
Ben was counting in equal steps.
He started at 24 and finished at 39.
Was he counting up in 2s, 5s or 10s?
Count the objects and work out their total.
+
This is a "Take 15" frog.
Work out the values of A and B.
A  B  27  12 
value  
A  
B 
Write the number which is:
15 more than 38
Use the number line if you wish.
Fill in the missing symbol <, > or =
49  2 _{} 94 ÷ 2
Each box holds 10 cakes.
How many cakes are there here in total?
Choose all the subtraction and addition facts related to:
35 + 57 = 92
67  45 is the same as...
Subtract
24  5
There are 36 people in a classroom.
When the bell goes, 17 people leave.
How many people are now in the classroom?
Here is a story with numbers.
There are 8 butterflies around a flower.
3 butterflies fly away.
Choose the correct calculation to work out the total left.
Decide whether each number is odd or even.
even  odd  
5  
9  
12  
20  
27  
34  
43  
72 
Fill in the missing symbol ×, ÷ or =
40 _{} 5 = 8
Match the multiplications and divisions which give the same answers.
Column A  Column B 
10 × 2  10 × 9 
9 × 10  2 × 10 
20 ÷ 5  5 × 3 
3 × 5  no match 
How many 5 cm lengths of string can I cut from a 45 cm length?
What is ¼ of 56?
What time is shown on the clock?
Select all the correct answers.
How many hours are there in 150 minutes?
Ann and her dad baked cakes for her football team.
The start and finish times are given on the clocks.
How long did it take?
START TIME  FINISH TIME 


How much change do I get in pennies when I pay with £1 for something costing
46p
(Just write the number.)
Find the total of these coins.
TWO answers are correct. Tick them.
Choose the correct way of writing:
150 pounds and 5 pence
Name this 2D shape.
How many lines of symmetry does this road sign have?
Name this 3D shape.
Look at this cuboid.
Count the number of faces.
Count the number of edges.
Count the number of corners.
Remember to count the ones you cannot see as well.
Add your three numbers together to find the total of all the faces, edges and corners.
How far round have these shapes turned at each stage?
Fill in the table to show the main colour of each object.
Pineapple  Rocks  Biscuit  Raspberry 
Brown  Red  Grey  
Pineapple  
Rocks  
Biscuit  
Raspberry 
This block graph shows the favourite fruits of all the children in a class.
How many children are in the class?
Another survey is carried out on favourite types of TV programmes.
The results are shown in this pictogram.
Each TV stands for 5 people.
Favourite TV programmes  
sport  
soaps  
quiz  
comedy 
How many people were asked in total in the survey?
150 people are asked to choose their favourite ice cream flavour.
The results are partially shown in this pictogram.
The pictogram has not been finished.
Each cone stands for 10 people.
Favourite Flavours  
chocolate  
strawberry  
vanilla  
fruit and nut 

How many cones should go in the 'fruit and nut' section?
Place these numbers in order from the smallest to the largest:
17 5 28 82 71 50 15
Column A  Column B 
1 (smallest)  5 
2  15 
3  17 
4  28 
5  50 
6  71 
7 (largest)  82 
Look at these numbers which go up in 5s.
14 19 _{} 29 34
What is the missing number?
Estimate the number of butterflies.
Count the tens and units.
Type in the number which is 10 less than the one shown.
Choose the numbers which lie between 57 and 63.
Estimate the number to which the arrow is pointing.
Starting with 35, count back to 8.
How many did you count back to?
Match the missing numbers on this number line to the letters.
Column A  Column B 
A  64 
B  58 
C  60 
Jack has 63p in his pocket.
Jill has 36p in her pocket.
Sacha has 66p in her purse.
Fatima has 33p in her purse.
Put these people in order from the person who has the most to the least.
Column A  Column B 
1 (most)  Sacha 
2  Jack 
3  Jill 
4 (least)  Fatima 
Ben was counting in equal steps.
He started at 24 and finished at 39.
Was he counting up in 2s, 5s or 10s?
Count the objects and work out their total.
+
This is a "Take 15" frog.
Work out the values of A and B.
A  B  27  12 
value  
A  
B 
Write the number which is:
15 more than 38
Use the number line if you wish.
Fill in the missing symbol <, > or =
49  2 _{} 94 ÷ 2
Each box holds 10 cakes.
How many cakes are there here in total?
Choose all the subtraction and addition facts related to:
35 + 57 = 92
67  45 is the same as...
Subtract
24  5
There are 36 people in a classroom.
When the bell goes, 17 people leave.
How many people are now in the classroom?
Here is a story with numbers.
There are 8 butterflies around a flower.
3 butterflies fly away.
Choose the correct calculation to work out the total left.
Decide whether each number is odd or even.
even  odd  
5  
9  
12  
20  
27  
34  
43  
72 
Fill in the missing symbol ×, ÷ or =
40 _{} 5 = 8
Match the multiplications and divisions which give the same answers.
Column A  Column B 
10 × 2  2 × 10 
9 × 10  10 × 9 
20 ÷ 5  no match 
3 × 5  5 × 3 
How many 5 cm lengths of string can I cut from a 45 cm length?
What is ¼ of 56?
What time is shown on the clock?
Select all the correct answers.
How many hours are there in 150 minutes?
Ann and her dad baked cakes for her football team.
The start and finish times are given on the clocks.
How long did it take?
START TIME  FINISH TIME 


How much change do I get in pennies when I pay with £1 for something costing
46p
(Just write the number.)
Find the total of these coins.
TWO answers are correct. Tick them.
Choose the correct way of writing:
150 pounds and 5 pence
Name this 2D shape.
How many lines of symmetry does this road sign have?
Name this 3D shape.
Look at this cuboid.
Count the number of faces.
Count the number of edges.
Count the number of corners.
Remember to count the ones you cannot see as well.
Add your three numbers together to find the total of all the faces, edges and corners.
How far round have these shapes turned at each stage?
Fill in the table to show the main colour of each object.
Pineapple  Rocks  Biscuit  Raspberry 
Brown  Red  Grey  
Pineapple  
Rocks  
Biscuit  
Raspberry 
This block graph shows the favourite fruits of all the children in a class.
How many children are in the class?
Another survey is carried out on favourite types of TV programmes.
The results are shown in this pictogram.
Each TV stands for 5 people.
Favourite TV programmes  
sport  
soaps  
quiz  
comedy 
How many people were asked in total in the survey?
150 people are asked to choose their favourite ice cream flavour.
The results are partially shown in this pictogram.
The pictogram has not been finished.
Each cone stands for 10 people.
Favourite Flavours  
chocolate  
strawberry  
vanilla  
fruit and nut 

How many cones should go in the 'fruit and nut' section?
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