NUMBER. Level 2 questions. 1. Ling is going to write these numbers in order. What number must she write in the white box?


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1 NUMBER Level 2 questions 1. Ling is going to write these numbers in order What number must she write in the white box? smallest largest 2. Desi walks on all the numbers from smallest to largest. Draw arrows ( ) to show the path he takes. International School of Madrid 1
2 3. Write the number 24 in the correct place on the grid The numbers in the shaded squares make a sequence. Continue the sequence by shading more squares Which number is nearest to 80? Draw a ring around it International School of Madrid 2
3 6. Draw a cross (x) on three numbers that are not even Look at this number line. Write the missing number in the 2 empty boxes Write the two missing numbers in this sequence International School of Madrid 3
4 9. Fill in the two missing numbers in this sequence Draw a ring around the largest number Ella is making 3digit numbers with these cards. She can make this number Write all the other 3digit numbers she can make International School of Madrid 4
5 12. Look at these digits Use all the digits to make the number nearest to Write 3 of these numbers in the empty boxes. The numbers in the boxes must be in order largest smallest 14. Match each number in a box to the nearest 10 to the nearest 10 is International School of Madrid 5
6 Write these numbers in order in the boxes One of these numbers does not belong in this set. Cross ( ) out the number that does not belong. odd numbers 17. Write the missing number which is halfway between these two numbers International School of Madrid 6
7 18. Two of these numbers round to 80 Circle the two numbers Write these numbers in order in the circles. 20. Write in the missing number. International School of Madrid 7
8 21. Continue this sequence Use all of these digits Write the lowest number. 23. Complete this sequence International School of Madrid 8
9 24. Put different numbers in the circles so that all seven numbers are in order. 24 smallest largest 25. Katie has these digit cards. She makes different 2digit numbers with them. Write all the 2digit numbers Katie can make with them. International School of Madrid 9
10 Level 3 questions 26. Write these numbers in order smallest largest 27. Here is part of a number sequence. The numbers increase by the same amount each time The numbers in this sequence increase by 75 each time. Write in the two missing numbers Circle the number that is closest to Write these numbers in order of size, starting with the smallest International School of Madrid 10
11 31. Join each number to the set of numbers that it belongs to. One has been done for you to to to to to 500 greater than Write these prices in order from smallest to largest. 2 International School of Madrid 11
12 33. Circle the number that is closest to Which of these numbers give 80 when rounded to the nearest 10? Circle all the correct numbers Hayley makes a sequence of numbers. Her rule is find half the last number then add 10 Write in the next two numbers in her sequence Write these numbers in order. International School of Madrid 12
13 37. Round each number to its nearest 10. Draw arrows to the nearest 10 is Round each number in a box to the nearest 100 One is done for you. International School of Madrid 13
14 39. Write in the missing number p Write these amounts of money in order of size, starting with the smallest amount. smallest 1 mark International School of Madrid 14
15 41. Write the two missing numbers in this sequence. 42. Continue the sequence. 17 Double 34 Double Double 136 Double 43. Draw an arrow ( ) to show the position for 7, ,000 International School of Madrid 15
16 44. Circle the number nearest to Here is a number sequence. Write in the missing numbers Continue the number sequence in both directions Work out the number halfway between 26 and 48. Write it in the box mark International School of Madrid 16
17 48. Draw a line to match each of the four numbers to the nearest hundred Write these temperatures in order from hottest to coldest. 92 C 12 C 37 C hottest 73 C 2 C 12 C coldest International School of Madrid 17
18 50. Write these numbers in order from highest to lowest highest lowest 51. Write in the missing numbers in this sequence International School of Madrid 18
19 52. Look at these digits Make the largest number possible with the digits. Write your number in words Circle the number which is nearest in value to Write these numbers in order of size smallest 55. Draw an arrow to show where the number one hundred and twentyfive belongs. International School of Madrid 19
20 56. Here are the first two rows on a 100 square. Here is another part of the 100 square. Write the two missing numbers. 57. Kiz has these numbers He writes them in order from smallest to largest. What is the fourth number he writes? International School of Madrid 20
21 58. Write these numbers in the circles. All the numbers must be in order smallest largest 59. Estimate the number marked by the arrow. Write the number in the empty box Write the missing number. 256 to the nearest 100 International School of Madrid 21
22 61. Which number is the arrow ( ) pointing to? Write it in the box even numbers numbers less than 100 Fill in 3 missing numbers. International School of Madrid 22
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