Maths Quiz Year 4 Quizzes 1 to 25
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 1 



Maths Objective 
To be able to read and write whole numbers, to at least 1000 in figures and in words. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Illustrate by writing a number for pupils to convert to words. 
817 Eighthundred and seventeen 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 2 



Maths Objective 
To be able to read and write whole numbers, to at least 1000 in figures and in words. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Write numbers in words for pupils to convert into digits. Cover spelling changes, e.g. as four becomes forty, etc. 
Threehundred and thirtysix 336 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 3 



Maths Objective 
To be able to count in repeated steps of 1, 10 or 100. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Illustrate by working through an example. 
47 + 1 = 48 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 4 



Maths Objective 
To be able to count in repeated steps of 1, 10 or 100. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Illustrate by working through an example. 
47 + 10 = 57 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 5 



Maths Objective 
To be able to count in repeated steps of 1, 10 or 100. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Illustrate by working through an example. 
7 + 100 = 147 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 6 



Maths Objective 
To be able to add 3 or 4 smaller numbers, finding pairs totalling 9, 10 or 11. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

When adding 3 or 4 small numbers, try to look for pairs of numbers that make 10. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 7 



Maths Objective 
To be able to add 3 or 4 smaller numbers, finding pairs totalling 9, 10 or 11. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

When adding 3 or 4 smaller numbers, try to look for pairs of numbers that make 9. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 8 



Maths Objective 
To be able to add 3 or 4 smaller numbers, finding pairs totalling 9, 10 or 11. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

When adding 3 or 4 smaller numbers, try to look for pairs of numbers that make 11. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 9 



Maths Objective 
To be able to understand the principle of the associative law as it applies to addition. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

It is easier if you put the larger number first. Pupils do not need to know the word ‘associative’. 
7 + 42 = 49 42 + 7 = 49 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 10 



Maths Objective 
To be able to understand the principle of the associative law as it applies to addition. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

It is easier to arrange the sum 20 + 56 so that it reads 56 + 20. 
20 + 56 = 76 56 + 20 = 76 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 11 



Maths Objective 
To be able to partition into tens and units, adding the tens first. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Partitioning involves separating the two numbers to be added into tens and units and adding them separately. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 12 



Maths Objective 
To be able to partition into tens and units, adding the tens first. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Another method of partitioning is to add the tens first and then add the units separately to the total of the tens. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 13 



Maths Objective 
To know by heart the addition facts for all numbers to 20. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

The different ways in which addition sums are written, although they all mean the same thing. 
Add 6 and 6 together. Double six. 6 + 6 What is the total of 6 and 6 ? 6 plus 6 What is 6 more than 6 ? 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 14 



Maths Objective 
To know by heart the addition and subtraction facts for all numbers to 20. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Simple addition and subtraction sums are often disguised when dealing with money. 
I received 7p change from 20p. How much had I spent? 20p  7p = 13p 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 15 



Maths Objective 
To use the relationship between addition and subtraction. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Each addition sum can be turned into two related subtraction sums. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 16 



Maths Objective 
To use the relationship between addition and subtraction. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Each subtraction sum can be turned into two related addition sums. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 17 



Maths Objective 
To count forward or backwards in repeated steps of 10. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Give pupils a number and a sequence and ask them to identify the final number. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 18 



Maths Objective 
To count forward or backwards in repeated steps of 100. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Give pupils a number and a sequence and ask them to identify the final number. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 19 



Maths Objective 
To know by heart the addition and subtraction facts for all numbers to 20. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Simple addition and subtraction sums can be disguised. 
I am 5 and 5 added together. What number am I? 10 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 20 



Maths Objective 
To find a small difference by counting up. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

It is often easier to count up from the smaller number to find a difference between two numbers. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 21 



Maths Objective 
To find a small difference by counting up. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

It is often easier to count up from the smaller number to find a difference between two numbers. 
Watch for the disguises! ‘Find the difference between 117 and 109’ is really 117  109 This can be done by counting up. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 22 



Maths Objective 
To identify near doubles using known doubles. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

If two numbers are close together, it is often easier to double one of them and adjust up or down, as necessary. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 23 



Maths Objective 
To identify near doubles using known doubles. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

If two numbers are close together, it is often easier to double one of them and adjust up or down, as necessary. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 24 



Maths Objective 
To quickly derive all the number pairs that total 100. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Count in tens to 100 and back. Repeat for fives. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 25 



Maths Objective 
To quickly derive all the number pairs that total 1000. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Count in hundreds to 1000 and back. Repeat for 50’s. 

