# Mental Maths Practice

Last term our spelling test results improved so well done 2C but I think we need to do some work on our Mental Maths. See if you can complete the questions below.

Question 1

Add together the numbers 50 and 4.

Question 2

What number comes next in the number line?

22, 24, 26, 28,__?

Question 3

Jim has 10 grapes. He gives his friend Ella 3 grapes and his other friend Ben 2 grapes. How many grapes does Jim have left?

Question 4

Abda is 16 years old, his sister is 8 years old. How many more years older is Abda?

Question 5

How many faces does a cube have?

Question 6

Cal starts football at 6 o’clock.

It takes him 1 hour to get ready before football. What time does Cal have to start getting ready? Is it…

A. 4 o’clock ?                       B. 7 o’clock?                    C. 5 o’clock?

## 9 thoughts on “Mental Maths Practice”

1. Alicia Murambiwa

50 add 4 =54.

2. Zeinab Keita

22,24,26 ,28,30 I know how to count in 2s
I all ready know what is 50+4
because 50+4=54
when the big hand is on 12 and the small hand was on 6 it would be 6 o’clock
If the big hand was on12 and the little hand was on 7 it would be 7 o’clock
if the big hand was on 12 and the small hand would be on 4 it would be 4 o’clock
if the big hand was on 12 and the small hand was on 5 it would be 5 o’clock

3. Zeinab Keita

22,24,26 ,28,30
I all ready know what is 50+4
because 50+4=54
when the big hand is on 12 and the small hand was on 6 it would be 6 o’clock
If the big hand was on12 and the little hand was on 7 it would be 7 o’clock
if the big hand was on 12 and the small hand would be on 4 it would be 4 o’clock
if the big hand was on 12 and the small hand was on 5 it would be 5 o’clock

4. Asia Anderson

2.30
3.5
4.16

• Harrison-Brandon

Remember Asia when it is a more than question, it is asking you to count from one number to the other.
Count from 8 to 16.

5. Zabit Malaj

1)54
2)30
3)5
4)8
5)6
6)5 o’clock

• Harrison-Brandon

6/6 well done Zabit, great work! :)

6. Maya Zamosna

1, 50+4=54
2. 30
3. 10-3-2=5
4. 16-8=8
5. 6
6. c) 5 o’clock

• Harrison-Brandon

Fantastic work Maya, I am so pleased you have shown me your calculations :)