# Statistics: How Many Cards?

In this worksheet, students categorise the information on a standard pack of playing cards.

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Statistics

Curriculum subtopic:   Counting and Sorting Data

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet children will need a standard pack of 52 playing cards or  they can use the diagram.

Example

How many cards are Aces, Queens or Jacks ?

There are 4 of each type of card, so there are 4 Aces, 4 Queens and 4 Jacks.

So there are 12 cards

How many cards are Jacks or Kings?

How many cards are Aces, Queens or Kings ?

How many cards are Queens or Kings ?

How many cards are black ?

How many cards are red ?

How many cards are red Aces ?

How many cards are Clubs ?

How many cards are Hearts ?

How many black Diamonds are there?

How many cards are Jacks, Queens or Kings (the picture cards) ?

• Question 1

How many cards are Jacks or Kings?

8
• Question 2

How many cards are Aces, Queens or Kings ?

12
• Question 3

How many cards are Queens or Kings ?

8
• Question 4

How many cards are black ?

26
• Question 5

How many cards are red ?

26
• Question 6

How many cards are red Aces ?

2
• Question 7

How many cards are Clubs ?

13
• Question 8

How many cards are Hearts ?

13
• Question 9

How many black Diamonds are there?

0
• Question 10

How many cards are Jacks, Queens or Kings (the picture cards) ?

12
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