Task 2 - Addition andPlease hold out your hands for me. Here arethree counters. Here are another 5 counters.How many counters have you got altogether?
Task 3 - Addition andHere are 9 counters, and here are 7 counters.Counters are covered by cards. How manycounters are there altogether?
Task 4 - MultiplicationHow many houses are in each row?How many rows are there?How many houses are there altogether?
Task 5 - Ratios andHere are sixteen caterpillars. One quarter ofthe caterpillars go on each leaf of the swanplant.How many caterpillars are on each leaf?
Task 6 - Addition andThere are 62 biscuits in the jar.Your friends eat 37 of the biscuits.How many biscuits are there then?
Task 7 - MultiplicationYou need 42 carrots to ﬁll six bags.How many carrots do you need to ﬁll twelvebags?
Task 8 - ProportionsThere are twenty-four students in the class.Three-eighths of them are boys.How many boys is that?
Task 9 - Addition andOn a hot day the tomato plants absorbed 1.5litres of water.On a cold day they absorbed 0.885 litres (885mL).How much more water did the plants absorbonthe hot day than the cold day?
Task 10 -Bas needs to buy 114 cans of soft drink for thevolley ball club party?How many 6-packs should he get?
Task 11 - ProportionsThe dog ate three-eighths of an 800 gram canof jolly meat.The cat ate three-quarters of a 400 gram can.Which ate more, the dog or the cat?
Task 12 -Each netball bib takes 0.38 metres of cloth tomake.You have 9.6 metres of cloth.Is that enough cloth to make 25 bibs?
Task 13 - Proportions You can buy 8 avocadoes for $6.00. How many avocadoes will you get for $15.00?