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Year 2 Revision - Level 3

This is a level 3 revision exercise to help prepare for Year 2/end of Key Stage 1 tests.

'Year 2 Revision - Level 3' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:  Revision

Curriculum subtopic:  Year 2 Revision

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

 

In this worksheet, you will find 40 questions that include many of the level 3 topics that you have learned this year.

Work through the questions carefully.

Good luck!

Look at this number track which shows some of the counting numbers going up in order.

 

A E B D 77 78 79 80 C H G F

  

Match the correct numbers to the correct letters.

Column A

Column B

A
81
B
82
C
75
D
73
E
83
F
76
G
74
H
84

Count the tens and units.

Type in the number which is 7 more than the one shown.

 

 

Choose the right section for the number 30.

 

A

B

C

Put the number 67 into this tree diagram. 

Where does it exit? 

A

B

C

D

Choose the even numbers which lie between 56 and 63.

 

54

55

56

57

58

59

60

61

62

63

64

65

Work this out in your head.

 

Jack has 25 marbles.

Jill gives Jack 27 more marbles.

 

How many marbles does Jack now have?

Subtract 

73 - 9

What must I add to 28 to make 46?

 

This is an "Add 17" frog.

Work out the values of A and B.

 

A   37     B
 value
A
B

Which is bigger?

 

15 more than 39

15 less than 68

 

Use the number line if you wish.

 

15 more than 39

15 less than 68

both the same

Add together the numbers shown on the abacuses below.

 

                     

Look at this calculation:

 

25 - 8 = 17

 

What do we call 17?

the sum

the difference

the product

the dividend

Select the calculations which give the answer:

 

24

18 + 6

31 - 7

16 + 8

64 - 50

82 - 58

Place the answers to these multiplications in order of size, from smallest to largest.

Column A

Column B

1 (smallest)
7 × 5
2
3 × 2
3
8 × 10
4
5 × 8
5 (largest)
2 × 8

Select the divisions that give odd answers.

15 ÷ 5

24 ÷ 2

30 ÷ 5

30 ÷ 10

45 ÷ 5

Choose the correct ways to pay for this item.

Use these kinds of coins.

 

 

15p
Chips
10p; 2p

5p; 5p; 5p

10p; 10p; 5p; 1p

10p; 2p; 1p; 2p

Pencils cost 15p each.

Pens cost 50p each.

 

Ahmed has these coins in his pocket.

 

 

Select which of these shopping lists he has enough money to buy.

(There is more than one answer.)

3 pencils and 1 pen

3 pens and 1 pencil

2 pencils and 3 pens

5 pencils and 2 pens

Ahmed has these coins:

 

Bill has these coins:

 

How many more pence does Bill have than Ahmed?

(Just write the number.)

Fatima has these coins:

 

Emma has half the amount that Fatima has.

 

How many pence does Emma have?

(Just write the number.)

What is ¼ of 96?

Place these numbers in order from the smallest to the largest:

 

1        1½        ¼        1¼        ¾

Column A

Column B

1 (smallest)
¾
2
3
4
1
5 (largest)
¼

How many seconds are there in a quarter of a minute?

(Just write the number.)

Round the amounts shown to the nearest 10p.

 

51p        59p        48p        60p        65p

 Rounds to 50p Rounds to 60p Rounds to 70p
51p
59p
48p
60p
65p

Add together:

Double 28 and Half of 28

Film A starts and finishes at these times:

 

        

 

Film B starts and finishes at these times:

 

        

 

How many minutes longer is Film B than Film A?

(Just write the number.)

What is the time 15 minutes after the time shown here?

 

  

9:21

9:45

6:02

How many days are there in each of the months of the year?

 28 or 29 30 31 32
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

Jack buys a 1 kg bag of flour.

Jill buys a ½ kg bag of flour.

 

How many grams more of flour did Jack buy?

(Just write the number.)

Match each unit of measurement to the thing that it measures.

 mass capacity temperature length/height
cm and m
kg and g
°C
litres and ml

Look at this grid.

Which shape is four places to the right of the red pentagon?

 

 

octagon

hexagon

pentagon

circle

Spell the name of this 2D shape correctly.

 

State whether these shapes are 2-dimensional (2D) or 3-dimensional (3D).

 2D 3D
circle
sphere
cube
square
rectangle
cuboid

Look at these shapes.

 

          

 

Find the total of these numbers:

 

The corners of a circle.

The edges of a triangle.

The lines of symmetry of a rectangle.

The corners of a square.

Look at these 3D shapes.

 

          

 

Find the total of these numbers:

 

The corners of a sphere.

The edges of a square-based pyramid.

The faces of a cuboid.

The corners of a cube.

Which shape is being described?

 

"It has a circular base.

It is 3-dimensional.

It rises up to a point."

pyramid

cylinder

cone

prism

Look at this shape.

 

 

If we turn it anticlockwise 1¼ turns, which shape does it look like?

 

       
A B C D
A

B

C

D

Aisha asks her classmates about their favourite fruit.

 

This block graph shows nearly all of her results.

She hasn't finished the 'Pear' column yet, but she knows that half the number of children who chose apples, opted for pears.

 

How many children are in the class?

 

Look at the number 23 shown using tallies.

 

                    

 

 

There are 4 gates and 3 singles.

 

How many gates and singles will be used to show the number 34 using tallies?

 number
gates
singles

Sandra counts the number of words with 2 letters on the page of her book. She finds there are 5.

Then she finds 8 words with 3 letters.

She carries on and puts her results in this table.

 

no. of letters no. of words

2

5

3

8

4

10

5

6

6

2

7

1

 

How many words did she find with 5 letters?

A survey is carried out on favourite types of TV programmes.

The results are shown in this pictogram.

Each TV stands for 4 people.

 

Favourite TV programmes
 sport TVTVTVTVTV
 soaps TVTVTVTV
 quiz TVTVTV
 comedy TVTVTV

 

How many more people preferred sports programmes than quiz programmes?

  • Question 1

Look at this number track which shows some of the counting numbers going up in order.

 

A E B D 77 78 79 80 C H G F

  

Match the correct numbers to the correct letters.

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

A
73
B
75
C
81
D
76
E
74
F
84
G
83
H
82
EDDIE SAYS
Count backwards from 77 and forwards from 80.
  • Question 2

Count the tens and units.

Type in the number which is 7 more than the one shown.

 

 

CORRECT ANSWER
45
EDDIE SAYS
38 + 7 = 45
  • Question 3

Choose the right section for the number 30.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
C
EDDIE SAYS
30 is even, so it is NOT odd.
30 is more than 10.
  • Question 4

Put the number 67 into this tree diagram. 

Where does it exit? 

CORRECT ANSWER
D
EDDIE SAYS
67 is NOT less than 20.
67 is NOT even.
  • Question 5

Choose the even numbers which lie between 56 and 63.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
58
60
62
EDDIE SAYS
Even numbers end in 0, 2, 4, 6 or 8.
The answers must be bigger than 56 and smaller than 63.
  • Question 6

Work this out in your head.

 

Jack has 25 marbles.

Jill gives Jack 27 more marbles.

 

How many marbles does Jack now have?

CORRECT ANSWER
52
EDDIE SAYS
25 + 25 = 50
Add 2 more.
  • Question 7

Subtract 

73 - 9

CORRECT ANSWER
64
EDDIE SAYS
We can subtract 10 and then add 1 back on.
73 - 10 = 63
63 + 1 = 64
  • Question 8

What must I add to 28 to make 46?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
18
EDDIE SAYS
46 - 28 = 18
  • Question 9

This is an "Add 17" frog.

Work out the values of A and B.

 

A   37     B
CORRECT ANSWER
 value
A
B
EDDIE SAYS
A is 37 - 17 - 17 = 37 - 34 = 3.
B is 37 + 17 + 17 + 17 = 88.
  • Question 10

Which is bigger?

 

15 more than 39

15 less than 68

 

Use the number line if you wish.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
15 more than 39
EDDIE SAYS
39 + 15 = 54
68 - 15 = 53
  • Question 11

Add together the numbers shown on the abacuses below.

 

                     

CORRECT ANSWER
64
EDDIE SAYS
38 + 26 = 64
  • Question 12

Look at this calculation:

 

25 - 8 = 17

 

What do we call 17?

CORRECT ANSWER
the difference
EDDIE SAYS
The answer to a subtraction is called the difference.
  • Question 13

Select the calculations which give the answer:

 

24

CORRECT ANSWER
18 + 6
31 - 7
16 + 8
82 - 58
EDDIE SAYS
64 - 50 = 14
  • Question 14

Place the answers to these multiplications in order of size, from smallest to largest.

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

1 (smallest)
3 × 2
2
2 × 8
3
7 × 5
4
5 × 8
5 (largest)
8 × 10
EDDIE SAYS
3 × 2 = 6
2 × 8 = 16
7 × 5 = 35
5 × 8 = 40
8 × 10 = 80
  • Question 15

Select the divisions that give odd answers.

CORRECT ANSWER
15 ÷ 5
30 ÷ 10
45 ÷ 5
EDDIE SAYS
15 ÷ 5 = 3 which is odd.
24 ÷ 2 = 12 which is even.
30 ÷ 5 = 6 which is even.
30 ÷ 10 = 3 which is odd.
45 ÷ 5 = 9 which is odd.
  • Question 16

Choose the correct ways to pay for this item.

Use these kinds of coins.

 

 

15p
Chips
CORRECT ANSWER
5p; 5p; 5p
10p; 2p; 1p; 2p
EDDIE SAYS
10 + 2 = 12
5 + 5 + 5 = 15
10 + 10 + 5 + 1 = 26
10 + 2 + 1 + 2 = 15
  • Question 17

Pencils cost 15p each.

Pens cost 50p each.

 

Ahmed has these coins in his pocket.

 

 

Select which of these shopping lists he has enough money to buy.

(There is more than one answer.)

CORRECT ANSWER
3 pencils and 1 pen
3 pens and 1 pencil
5 pencils and 2 pens
EDDIE SAYS
He has £1.79 in his pocket (or 179p).
3 pencils and 1 pen cost 45p + 50p = 95p.
3 pens and 1 pencil cost 150p + 15p = 165p.
2 pencils and 3 pens cost 30p + 150p = 180p.
5 pencils and 2 pens cost 75p + 100p = 175p.
  • Question 18

Ahmed has these coins:

 

Bill has these coins:

 

How many more pence does Bill have than Ahmed?

(Just write the number.)

CORRECT ANSWER
8
EDDIE SAYS
Ahmed has 272p.
Bill has 280p.
  • Question 19

Fatima has these coins:

 

Emma has half the amount that Fatima has.

 

How many pence does Emma have?

(Just write the number.)

CORRECT ANSWER
80
EDDIE SAYS
Fatima has 160p.
Half of 160 is 80.
  • Question 20

What is ¼ of 96?

CORRECT ANSWER
24
EDDIE SAYS
96 ÷ 4 = 24
Or halve 96 to get 48, then halve 48 to get 24.
  • Question 21

Place these numbers in order from the smallest to the largest:

 

1        1½        ¼        1¼        ¾

CORRECT ANSWER

Column A

Column B

1 (smallest)
¼
2
¾
3
1
4
5 (largest)
EDDIE SAYS
Remember that ¼ is smaller than ½ which is smaller than ¾.
  • Question 22

How many seconds are there in a quarter of a minute?

(Just write the number.)

CORRECT ANSWER
15
EDDIE SAYS
¼ of 60 = 60 ÷ 4 = 15
  • Question 23

Round the amounts shown to the nearest 10p.

 

51p        59p        48p        60p        65p

CORRECT ANSWER
 Rounds to 50p Rounds to 60p Rounds to 70p
51p
59p
48p
60p
65p
EDDIE SAYS
51 is closest to 50.
59 is closest to 60.
48 is closest to 50.
60 is obviously closest to 60.
65 is halfway between 60 and 70 so we round up to 70.
  • Question 24

Add together:

Double 28 and Half of 28

CORRECT ANSWER
70
EDDIE SAYS
Double 28 = 2 × 28 = 56
Half of 28 = 28 ÷ 2 = 14
56 + 14 = 70
  • Question 25

Film A starts and finishes at these times:

 

        

 

Film B starts and finishes at these times:

 

        

 

How many minutes longer is Film B than Film A?

(Just write the number.)

CORRECT ANSWER
5
EDDIE SAYS
Film A lasts 45 minutes.
Film B lasts 50 minutes.
  • Question 26

What is the time 15 minutes after the time shown here?

 

  

CORRECT ANSWER
9:45
EDDIE SAYS
The time shown is 9:30.
30 + 15 = 45
  • Question 27

How many days are there in each of the months of the year?

CORRECT ANSWER
 28 or 29 30 31 32
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
EDDIE SAYS
30 days hath September, April, June and November.
February has 28, but 29 on a leap year.
  • Question 28

Jack buys a 1 kg bag of flour.

Jill buys a ½ kg bag of flour.

 

How many grams more of flour did Jack buy?

(Just write the number.)

CORRECT ANSWER
500
EDDIE SAYS
There are 1000 g in 1 kg.
There are 500 g in ½ kg.
  • Question 29

Match each unit of measurement to the thing that it measures.

CORRECT ANSWER
 mass capacity temperature length/height
cm and m
kg and g
°C
litres and ml
EDDIE SAYS
cm and m are used to measure distances.
kg and g are used to measure how heavy something is.
°C is used to measure how hot or cold something is.
litres and ml are used to measure how much liquid there is in a container.
  • Question 30

Look at this grid.

Which shape is four places to the right of the red pentagon?

 

 

CORRECT ANSWER
hexagon
EDDIE SAYS
The red hexagon which has 6 sides.
  • Question 31

Spell the name of this 2D shape correctly.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
octagon
EDDIE SAYS
An 8-sided shape is called an octagon.
  • Question 32

State whether these shapes are 2-dimensional (2D) or 3-dimensional (3D).

CORRECT ANSWER
 2D 3D
circle
sphere
cube
square
rectangle
cuboid
EDDIE SAYS
2D objects are flat and drawn on paper.
3D objects are solid and can be picked up.
  • Question 33

Look at these shapes.

 

          

 

Find the total of these numbers:

 

The corners of a circle.

The edges of a triangle.

The lines of symmetry of a rectangle.

The corners of a square.

CORRECT ANSWER
9
EDDIE SAYS
0 + 3 + 2 + 4 = 9
  • Question 34

Look at these 3D shapes.

 

          

 

Find the total of these numbers:

 

The corners of a sphere.

The edges of a square-based pyramid.

The faces of a cuboid.

The corners of a cube.

CORRECT ANSWER
22
EDDIE SAYS
0 + 8 + 6 + 8 = 22
  • Question 35

Which shape is being described?

 

"It has a circular base.

It is 3-dimensional.

It rises up to a point."

CORRECT ANSWER
cone
EDDIE SAYS

  • Question 36

Look at this shape.

 

 

If we turn it anticlockwise 1¼ turns, which shape does it look like?

 

       
A B C D
CORRECT ANSWER
A
EDDIE SAYS
A 1¼ turn is the same as a ¼ turn.
  • Question 37

Aisha asks her classmates about their favourite fruit.

 

This block graph shows nearly all of her results.

She hasn't finished the 'Pear' column yet, but she knows that half the number of children who chose apples, opted for pears.

 

How many children are in the class?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
26
EDDIE SAYS
Half of 6 is 3, so 3 people chose pears. 6 + 3 + 5 + 5 + 7 = 26
  • Question 38

Look at the number 23 shown using tallies.

 

                    

 

 

There are 4 gates and 3 singles.

 

How many gates and singles will be used to show the number 34 using tallies?

CORRECT ANSWER
 number
gates
singles
EDDIE SAYS
6 × 5 = 30
30 + 4 = 34
  • Question 39

Sandra counts the number of words with 2 letters on the page of her book. She finds there are 5.

Then she finds 8 words with 3 letters.

She carries on and puts her results in this table.

 

no. of letters no. of words

2

5

3

8

4

10

5

6

6

2

7

1

 

How many words did she find with 5 letters?

CORRECT ANSWER
6
EDDIE SAYS
Go down to where it says 5 in the first column, and read across to the next column.
  • Question 40

A survey is carried out on favourite types of TV programmes.

The results are shown in this pictogram.

Each TV stands for 4 people.

 

Favourite TV programmes
 sport TVTVTVTVTV
 soaps TVTVTVTV
 quiz TVTVTV
 comedy TVTVTV

 

How many more people preferred sports programmes than quiz programmes?

CORRECT ANSWER
8
EDDIE SAYS
Sport: 5 × 4 = 20 people
Quiz: 3 × 4 = 12 people
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