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National curriculum tests

Key stage 1

Mathematics
Paper 2: reasoning

First name

Middle name

Last name

SAMPLE BOOKLET
Published July 2015
This sample test indicates how the national curriculum will be assessed from 2016.
Further information is available on GOV.UK at www.gov.uk/sta.

Total marks
Amy Abdul

Sam Ben Sita

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Practice question

ladybirds
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tens
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2 cm 2 kg 2 C 2l
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4

pieces of paper

Sam Ben

50cm
40cm

cm

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6 Look at the shapes.

Tick () the hexagon.

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Sita puts 2 shoes in each of these boxes.

How many shoes are there altogether?

shoes
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8 Complete the table.

words digits

thirty-eight 38

40

ninety-four
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9 Here are two shape patterns.

Draw a shape in each empty box to make the


patterns correct.

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10 Write the two missing numbers in this pattern.

12

18
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11 Use a ruler to measure the length of the toy car.

cm
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12 Two of the numbers are in the wrong bag.

Draw a cross () on each of them.

12 19
30 70
68 35
41 23

even numbers odd numbers


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13 Ben has 13 crayons.

Here are Abduls crayons.

How many crayons does Abdul have?

crayons
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14 One shape is in the wrong place on the sorting grid.

Draw a cross () on it.

Shapes with Shapes without


a square face a square face

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15 A shop sells these sweets.

chocolate chocolate
buttons buttons
Chocolate

2p
2p 5p
5p
2p 10p
5p
5p
10p
2p 50p
5p
5p
10p

Abdul spends exactly 20p on sweets.

Tick () the bag of sweets he buys.

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16

Sita cuts a pizza into four equal slices.

She eats one slice.

What fraction of the pizza does she eat?


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17 Sam is collecting cards.

He wants to collect 100 cards altogether.

Last week he collected 50 cards.

This week he collects 30 cards.

How many more cards does he need?

cards
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18 This diagram shows the number of animals at a farm.

number
of
4
animals

0
sheep horse cow duck
animal

(a) How many sheep and cows are there altogether?

(animals)

(b) There are more ducks than horses. How many more?

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19 Amy buys an ice-cream for 90p.

(a) Tick () three coins to show how Amy can make 90p.

(b) Tick () four coins to show another way to make 90p.

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20 Look at the number line.

Write the correct number in the box.

0 20 40

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21 Draw a line of symmetry on each of these shapes.

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22 Amy plants 4 rows of carrots.

There are 3 carrots in each row.

A rabbit eats 2 of the carrots.

How many carrots are left?

Show
your
working

carrots
2 marks

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23 Amy writes an answer to the calculation below.

57 31 = 26

Now write an addition to check Amys answer.

+ =

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24 Write a digit in each box to make the sum correct.

7 + = 8 3
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25 Draw the minute hand on the clock to show


twenty-five past eight.

12
11 1 11
10 2 10
9 3 9

8 4 8
7 5 7
6
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26 Amy makes 20 cakes.

She shares the cakes between 5 plates.

Tick the calculation that shows how many


cakes are on each plate.

Tick one.

20 + 5 = 25

20 5 = 15

20 5 = 4

20 5 = 100
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27 Sita has 50 raisins.


RAISI
NS
She gives 23 to Ben.

She gives 15 to Amy.

How many raisins does Sita have left?

Show
your
working

raisins
2 marks

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28 Abdul goes to the zoo.

He finds out the mass of some animals.

Cheetah Tiger Lion


58 kg 94 kg 94 kg

Compare the mass of the animals.

Write < or > or = in each box.


Cheetahs mass Tigers mass

Tigers mass Lions mass

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29 Do these calculations have the same answer?

Write yes or no next to each box.

One is done for you.

yes or no?

8 +2 and 2 +8 yes

8 2 and 2 8

8 2 and 2 8

8 2 and 2 8

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30 Look at these fractions.

1 1 2 3
2 3 4 4

Circle the two fractions that are equal.


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31 Complete the number sentence below.

38=2
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Sample key stage 1 mathematics test Paper 2: reasoning
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