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Pick a Number (2a)

In this worksheet, students write a number between two given numbers.

'Pick a Number (2a)' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Number: Number and Place Value

Curriculum subtopic:  Order/Compare Numbers to 1000

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, find numbers which lie between two given numbers.

 

Example

Write a number between:

385 and 425

 

Answer

Look at this number line.

Number line 385-425

Any number less than 385 is not allowed.

Any number between 385 and 400 will be fine.

Any number between 400 and 425 will be fine.

Any number greater than 425 is not allowed.

 

So there are lots of answers, such as:

386, 390, 399, 400, 415, 420, 424

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

187 and 639

188

691

543

789

133

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

666 and 833

892

802

849

785

704

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

390 and 770

792

145

897

692

502

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

128 and 177

559

955

132

159

101

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

110 and 121

120

112

111

122

141

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

330 and 350

344

908

461

456

138

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

159 and 646

160

645

146

986

545

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

484 and 898

599

487

601

595

899

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

101 and 136

351

121

945

105

505

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

278 and 515

749

399

550

286

452

  • Question 1

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

187 and 639

CORRECT ANSWER
188
543
EDDIE SAYS
133 is too small.
691 and 789 are too big.
  • Question 2

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

666 and 833

CORRECT ANSWER
802
785
704
EDDIE SAYS
849 and 892 are bigger than 833.
  • Question 3

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

390 and 770

CORRECT ANSWER
692
502
EDDIE SAYS
145 is too small.
792 and 897 are too big.
  • Question 4

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

128 and 177

CORRECT ANSWER
132
159
EDDIE SAYS
101 is too small.
559 and 955 are too big.
  • Question 5

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

110 and 121

CORRECT ANSWER
120
112
111
EDDIE SAYS
120 is just fine, but 122 is just too big.
141 is too big.
  • Question 6

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

330 and 350

CORRECT ANSWER
344
EDDIE SAYS
344 is the only one between 330 and 350.
  • Question 7

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

159 and 646

CORRECT ANSWER
160
645
545
EDDIE SAYS
146 is too small.
986 is too big.
  • Question 8

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

484 and 898

CORRECT ANSWER
599
487
601
595
EDDIE SAYS
899 is just too big.
  • Question 9

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

101 and 136

CORRECT ANSWER
121
105
EDDIE SAYS
The number must begin with 1 hundred...
  • Question 10

Select all the numbers which lie between:

 

278 and 515

CORRECT ANSWER
399
286
452
EDDIE SAYS
550 and 749 are too big.
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