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ANNUAL NATIONAL ASSESSMENT 2013

GRADE 2







MATHEMATICS
EXEMPLAR QUESTIONS





This booklet consists of 22 pages, excluding the cover page.
Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 1

GUIDELINES FOR THE USE OF ANA EXEMPLAR QUESTIONS
1. How to use the exemplar questions
While the exemplar questions for a grade and a subject have been compiled into one comprehensive set, the learner
does not have to respond to the whole set in one sitting. The teacher should select exemplar questions that
are relevant to the planned lesson at any given time. Carefully selected individual exemplar questions, or a
manageable group of questions, can be used at different stages of the teaching and learning process as follows:
1.1 At the beginning of a lesson as a diagnostic test to identify learner strengths and weaknesses. The diagnosis
must lead to prompt feedback to learners and the development of appropriate lessons that address the
identified weaknesses and consolidate the strengths. The diagnostic test could be given as homework to save
instructional time in class.
1.2 During the lesson as short formative tests to assess whether learners are developing the intended knowledge
and skills as the lesson progresses and ensure that no learner is left behind.
1.3 At the completion of a lesson or series of lessons as a summative test to assess if the learners have gained
adequate understanding and can apply the knowledge and skills acquired in the completed lesson(s).
Feedback to learners must be given promptly while the teacher decides on whether there are areas of the
lesson(s) that need to be revisited to consolidate particular knowledge and skills.
1.4 At all stages to expose learners to different techniques of assessing or questioning, e.g. how to answer
multiple-choice (MC) questions, open-ended (OE) or free-response (FR) questions, short-answer questions,
etc.
While diagnostic and formative tests may be shorter in terms of the number of questions included, the summative test
will include relatively more questions, depending on the work that has been covered at a particular point in time. It is
important to ensure that learners eventually get sufficient practice in responding to the exemplar questions.
2. Memoranda or marking guidelines
A typical example of the expected responses (marking guidelines) has been given for each exemplar question and for
the ANA model test. Teachers must bear in mind that the marking guidelines can in no way be exhaustive. They can
only provide broad principles of expected responses and teachers must interrogate and reward acceptable options
and variations of the acceptable response(s) given by learners.
3. Curriculum coverage
It is extremely critical that the curriculum must be covered in full in every class. The exemplar questions for each
grade and subject do not represent the entire curriculum. They merely sample important knowledge and skills and
covers work relating to terms 1, 2 and 3 of the school year.







Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 2

1.1 Complet e t he r epeat ing pat t er n of shapes.


.


1.2 Dr aw t he next shapes in t he pat t er n.



1.3 Cir cle t he let t er of t he cor r ect shape t hat comes next in
t he pat t er n.






A B C D













2.1 Dr aw a line t o link t he 3- D obj ect name wit h t he cor r ect pict ur e.






cube
Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 3


2.2 Mar k t he shapes which only have st r aight sides wit h a and
t hose wit h cur ved sides wit h a x.






2.3 Tick a shape which has only st r aight edges.






3.1 Wr it e t he number symbol f or one hundr ed and sixt y- nine.
____________________

3.2 Dr aw lines t o mat ch t he number symbol wit h t he cor r ect
number name.
3.2.1 49 eight een
3.2.2 55 sevent y- f our
3.2.3 63 f if t y f ive
3.2.4 74 f or t y- nine
3.2.5 18 sixt y t hr ee



Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 4

101 100 110

3.3 Choose a number symbol f r om t he box below and t hen
wr it e it down next t o t he cor r ect number name.


3.3.1 One hundr ed and one _____
3.3.2 One hundr ed _____
3.3.3 One hundr ed and t en _____

4. Wr it e t he number name f or 47.
____________________________



5.1






Wr it e t he t ime shown on t he clock f ace below.










The t ime is ______________________.

Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 5




5.2






Dr aw t he minut e- hand and t he hour - hand on each of t he
f ollowing clock f aces t o show t he indicat ed t ime.





6 oclock Half past 4

5.3



Bongie lef t f or school at 7 oclock in t he mor ning. She
r et ur ned home at 3 oclock. How many hour s was she away
f r om home?
She was ______ hour s away f r om home.

6.1 Cir cle t he let t er of t he cor r ect answer .
What f r act ion of t he shape is shaded in?






A
B
C
D
1 t hir d
1 half
1 quar t er
1 f if t h

Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 6



6.2





6.3




Answer t he f ollowing quest ion.

The above shape has been divided int o _______ equal
par t s and a _______________ has been shaded.
Colour t he indicat ed f r act ional par t of each f igur e.

one t hir d 4 quar t er s

7.1



7.2

7.2.1


7.2.2
Wr it e t he given number s f r om t he gr eat est t o t he
smallest :
131 129 152 117 162
_______ _______ ______ _______ _______
Ar r ange t he number s f r om t he smallest t o t he gr eat est .
100 110 95 90 105
____________________________________________________________________

51 15 105 115 5
____________________________________________________________________

Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 7


8.1
69 41 =


7.3





Cir cle t he let t er of t he cor r ect answer .
Which number s ar e ar r anged f r om t he gr eat est t o t he
smallest ?
A 64 12 40 21 80
B 80 64 40 21 12
C 21 40 80 64 12
D 80 64 21 12 40





A
B
C
D
28
82
72
78

8.2

8.2.1


8.2.2


8.2.3


8.2.4
Fill in t he missing number t o complet e t he r epeat ed
addit ion sum.
27 +2 + ________ + ________ =33
31 +_______ + _______ + _______ =43
16 +10 ________ + _______ =________
19 +6 + ________ + ______ =_________

Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 8


8.3
I f 52 9 =43 t hen 52 43 =_________


9.1
Look at t he pict ur e and t hen t ick t he cor r ect
answer in t he block below.










The t yr e can




9.2
Cir cle t he obj ect t hat can slide.




pict ur e wheel


slide. r oll.
Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 9

9.3
Dr aw any obj ect t hat can r oll and an obj ect t hat
can slide.
Obj ect t hat can r oll. Obj ect t hat can slide.






10.1
Dr aw a line of symmet r y in t he given shape.








10.2







Dr aw t he ot her par t of t he f igur e t o make a
symmet r ical pict ur e.








Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 10







10.3 Mar k t he shape wit h t he cor r ect line of symmet r y
wit h a .














11.1 Complet e each of t he f ollowing number pat t er ns:



11.1.1
11.1.2
66; 63; 60; _____; _____ ; _____.

141; 145; 149; _____; _____; _____.


11.2 Fill in t he missing number s.

11.2.1

11.2.2
162; _____; _____; 168, 170; _____ .

152; 155; ____; ____; 164; ____ .

Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 11


13.2.1 Halve t he given number .
Number Number halved
24

16

12


13.2.2 Double t he given number .
Number Number doubled
18

10

14

12.1

12.2


The value of t he under lined digit in 81 is __

I n t he number 73
12.2.1 t he value of t he digit 7 is ____
12.2.2 t he value of t he digit 3 is ___

13.1




Double and halve 29.
13.1.1 Double 29 = ______ 13.1.2 Half of 29 = _______


Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 12


13.3 Double each of t he f ollowing number s by wr it ing an addit ion
number sent ence.
13.3.1 6: = +

13.3.2 8: = +


14.1


Fill in is smaller t han or is gr eat er t han bet ween t he
number s t o make a cor r ect sent ence.
12 ___________________ 21

14.2






14.3

Fill in =, >, <bet ween each pair of number s t o make t he
st at ement s cor r ect .
14.2.1 122 _____ 102
14.2.2 105 _____ 105
14.2.3 101 _____ 110
Cir cle t he cor r ect symbol t o make t he st at ement
cor r ect .
14.3.1 5 +5 > = < 23
14.3.2 47 > = < 74


Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 13

15.1




15.2




15.3




16.1



16.2

Complet e t he f low diagr am:
5 15.1.1

7 15.1.2

Fill in t he missing number s
car s
1 3 5 9
wheels
4 20 24

Wr it e t he cor r ect answer .
15.3.1 2 x 5 =
15.3.2 10 x 4 =

Fill in t he cor r ect oper at ion sign t o make t he number
sent ence t r ue.
34 10 =44

Cir cle t he cor r ect oper at ion sign t o make t he number
sent ence t r ue.
23 10 = 13



x 3
+ -
Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 14

17.1







Cir cle t he heaviest it em.







5kg 1kg 2kg

17.2











17.3




Ar r ange t he given it ems f r om t he light est t o t he heaviest .

I t em Weight




Mar k t he block wit h t he cor r ect answer wit h a X.
A br ick is t han my pencil.





5kg 1kg 2kg



heavier light er
Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 15


18.1
Bongani and his f r iends must pack 36 apples in packs of 4 in a
packet . How many packet s can be f illed and how many apples will
be lef t ?



18.2







Teacher has 38 pencils and she shar es it equally bet ween 4
lear ner s. How many pencils did each lear ner get and how many
pencils r emain.


















Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 16

19.1
Thr ee cups of milk ar e needed t o make 1 milkshake. How
many cups of milk ar e needed t o make 4 milkshakes?

4 milkshakes will need _________________ cups of milk.












19.2











Mot her bakes 4 cakes and she uses t hr ee cups of f lour per
cake. How many cups of f lour did she use t o bake t he
cakes?






Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 17

20.1















20.2









Read t he pr ice list below and answer t he quest ion t hat
f ollows.



R12,00 R4,00

Susan buys a ball and an ice cr eam. She pays wit h a R20, 00
banknot e. How much change should she get ?






R_________
How many ice cr eams can Nomsa buy wit h a R20?





Nomsa can buy ______ ice cr eams.









Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 18

20.3








Thandi want s t o buy 2 balls but she only has a R20. How
much money does she need f or t he balls?





Thandi needs R_______ and she is R______ shor t .
21.1







21.2







How many squar es ar e t her e in t he diagr am below?







Number of squar es = __________
Count t he squar es in t he diagr am and wr it e t he number
name.







The number name is _________________

Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 19


22.1







How many legs do 9 cows have?






Nine cows have ___________ legs.








21.3

Look at t he diagr am below and complet e t he sent ence.







Ther e ar e ____ small squar es and ______ big squar e.
22.2 Ther e ar e 4 boxes of cr ayons in our classr oom. Each box
has 9 cr ayons. How many cr ayons ar e t her e alt oget her ?




Ther e ar e ___________ cr ayons.

Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 20






23.1 Use t he gr aph t o answer t he quest ions t hat f ollow.

Books r ead by 5 lear ner s








Number
of
books








10


9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1


Pet er Amy J ohn Tshepo Pam

23.1.1 Who r ead t he most books? __________________

23.1.2


How many books did Amy and Pam r ead alt oget her ?

Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 21




23.2.1














Mat ome asks 18 boys in his class about t heir f avour it e
TV pr ogr am. He r ecor ds t he inf or mat ion as f ollow:
S f or spor t , N f or news, D f or dr ama and R f or
r eligion.
S N D D R N R D S
R S N R S S D S R

How many boys choose t he f ollowing TV pr ogr ams as
t heir f avour it e?
23.2.1 Spor t ? ________
23.2.2 Dr ama? ________
23.2.3 Religion? ________
23.2.4 News? ________

Grade 2 Mathematics Exemplar Questions 22


23.2.5

Use t he inf or mat ion above and dr aw a pict ogr aph.
Key: Use ( ) t o r epr esent 1 boy.
FAVOURI TE TV PROGRAMS



Number
of
boys








Spor t Dr ama Religion News
TV- PROGRAM

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