- Twelve boys each bought 4- lollies.

How many lollies were there altogether?- 46
- 48
- 50
- 52

- Two girls each drew an octagon.

How many sides were there altogether?- 14
- 16
- 16
- 15

- Seven tricycles stood in a row.

How many wheels were there altogether?- 12
- 16
- 21
- 17

- Nine insects crawled along the window.

How many legs were there altogether?- 50
- 52
- 54
- 56

- Marnette collected 3 groups of ten shells.

How many shells did she collect altogether?- 32
- 28
- 30
- 34

- Nine children each put their hands down on the table.

How many digits were there altogether?- 80
- 90
- 85
- 100

- How many days are there in six weeks?
- 42
- 44
- 45
- 47

- How many weeks are there in 63 days?
- 7
- 8
- 9
- 5

- Four teachers each had 11 students.

How many students were there altogether?- 48
- 44
- 46
- 42

- Mum baked three dozen cakes.

How,.many cakes did she bake altogether?- 36
- 38
- 33
- 32

- Eight mice each ate 3 pieces of cheese.

How many pieces of cheese did they eat altogether?- 22
- 26
- 24
- 30

- One chocolate box contained eight rows each with eight chocolates in a row.

How many chocolates were in the box?- 72
- 64
- 56
- 81

- Four children each drew a nonagon.

How many sides were there altogether?- 40
- 38
- 36
- 34

- Twelve athletes each competed in 4 events on 2 consecutive days.

How many events were held at the meeting.- 10
- 12
- 8
- 14

- Forty two children were divided into 6 groups.

How many Mathsbars were given out.- 6
- 7
- 9
- 8

- The sum of 24, 16 and 15 is
- 54
- 55
- 65
- 53

- The difference between 19 and 25 is
- 5
- 7
- 6
- 9

- The product of 8 and 3
- 22
- 24
- 25
- 26

- 18 divided by 9=
- 3
- 4
- 2
- 1

- 7+7+7+7=
- 24
- 26
- 28
- 32