WORKSHEET: New Countdown2 (second Edition) oxford
New Countdown2 (second Edition) oxford 
Page:1
 LOOK AT THE NUMBER CRUNCHERS. “
What number comes out at the other end? Write in the empty ……..
a

b  c  
d

e  
P:2 DO YOU REMEMBER?
2Which Wag should the hungry crocodile open his mouth?
Remember: This crocodile likes to eat bigger numbers.
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
g

h  i 
3Write the number that comes…
a  b  c

P:3 PUTTING IN ORDER
 Put these numbers in ascending order;



 Put these numbers in descending order;



PLACE VALUE
6 How many tens, how many ones? Count and write:
a

b 
c

d 
e

f 
PLACE VALUE
7 write the number.
a 3 tens and 6 ones =36

b0 tens and 6 ones = 
c5 tens and 3 ones =

d2 tens and 7 ones = 
e8 tens and 0 ones =

f9 tens and 9 ones = 
g6 tens and 8 ones =

h1 tens and 1 ones = 
8 Write in words:
a4 tens and 5 ones  Fortyfive 
b7 tens and 2 ones  
c3 tens and 9 ones  
d8 tens and 4 ones  
e2 tens and 8 ones  
f9 tens and 0 ones  
g5 tens and 7 ones 
P:6 HOW MANY TENS, HOW MANY ONES?
9Look at the abacus, then fill in the empty boxes:
10Write the numbers on the left in:
ascending order :  29  
descending order:  97 
P:7 ADDITION OF 2DIGIT NUMBERS
11.Complete these sums.
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
12 Write the sum in the box and find the answer.
aIn a cricket match, Shahid made 53 runs. Moiz made 41 runs. How many runs did they make together?  
bAyesha counts 24 beads in one necklace and 62 beads in another. How many beads are beads there altogether?  
cIn Afshan’s house, there are I5 dogs and I2 cats. How many animals are there altogether? 
P:8 ADDITION: CONVERTING ONES
Complete these sums. Be careful with your columns!
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
P:9 ADDITION: CONVERTING ONES
Complete these:
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
P:10 TENS AND ONES
3 Help Adil put his blocks into tens and ones:
a


b


c


d

4 which is the biggest group?  
5 which is the smallest group? 
P:11 ADDITION: CONVERTING ONES:
P:12 6Add
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
7 Now add these.
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
i  j  k  l

P:13 ADDITION: CONVERTING ONES
8Add:
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
9Write the sum in the box and find the answer.
aMaha plants 25 trees. Ayesha plants I8 more. How many trees do they plant altogether?  
bA monkey eats 29 bananas and then I2 more. How many bananas does he eat altogether?  
cAli saves 25 buckets of water in a month. Rohail saves How much water do they save altogether in a month? 
P:14 SUBTRACTION: REVIEW
1Do you remember how to subtract with big numbers?
Start with the ones, then subtract the tens.
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
9Use subtraction to answer these.
aThere are 28 flowers in a baskets are used for a garland. How many are left?  
bJamaal has 36 comic books. He gives 22 to Khursheed. How many does Jamaal have now?  
cLaila has 59 rabbits hop away. How many rabbits are Left? 
P:15,16 SUBTRACTION: CONVERTING
3 Help Tiger do the sums:
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
i  j  k  l

P:17 SUBTRACTION: CONVERTING
4Complete these sums, converting where necessary.
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
5Use subtraction to answer these.
aGibran had 32 toys. He gave away l7to an orphanage. How many are left?  
bThere are 64 cans of cola. The children drink Q8 cans. How many are left?  
c85 people come to see a film. 49 leave before the end. How many stay till the end of the film?  
d There are 26 fish in a tank. A cat eats I8 of them. How many are left?

P:18 LET’S PRACTICE
1Complete the sums, converting where necessary Remember to look for + or –
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
i  j  k  l

m

n  o 
P:19 ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION :
1Complete then check:
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
P:20,21 REMEMBERING ON HUNDRED:
HUNDREDS, TENS AND ONES
1Count and write. Then draw beads on the abacus:
a


b


c


d


e

P:22 HUNDREDS, TENS AND ONES
1Count and write. Then draw beads on the abacus:
a


b


c


d


e

P:23 HUNDREDS, TENS AND ONES
3 Write in hundreds, tens ones. Then draw bead on the abacus:
a


b


c


d


e


f


g

P:24 HUNDREDS, TENS AND ONES
4 What number does each abacus show? Write in each box.
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g 
5Draw beads on the abacus to show these numbers:
a

b  c 
e

f  g 
P:25 WHAT IS MY NAME?
a 


b 


c 


d 


e 


f 


g 


h 


i 

P:26 NUMBERS AND NUMBER NAMES
 Write the number name.
a 


b 


c 


d 


e 


f 


g 

 Now write the number:
(a) Nine hundred and twentyfour
(b) One hundred and seventytwo
(c) Four hundred and thing
(d) Six hundred and eighteen
(e) Seven hundred and fiftysix
(f) Eight hundred and five
(g) Three hundred and ninetyeight
(h) Five hundred and nineteen
(i) Two hundred and fortyseven
P:27 NUMBERS UP TO 999: ORDERING
1Some numbers are missing. Fill them in.
a  
b  
c  
d  
e  
f  
g  
h 
P:28 NUMBERS UP TO 999: ORDERING
a  b  c  
P:29 NUMBERS UP TO 999:>,<
1Write > or < in the empty boxes:
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
g

h  i 
j

k  l 
P:30 NUMBERS UP TO 999:>,<
2 Fill in the symbol < or >.
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
g

h  i 
j

k  l 
P:31 NUMBERS UP TO 999:>,<
2 Fill in the symbol < or >.
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
g

h  i 
j

k  l 
m  n  o

P: 32 ASCENDING AND DESCENDING ORDER:
1Help Tiger put these numbers in ascending order:
a

b  
c

d  
e

f  
THE GREATEST NUMBER ON THIS PAGE——————————————
THE SMALLEST NUMBER ON THIS PAGE——————————————
P: 33 ASCENDING AND DESCENDING ORDER:
 NOW Help Tiger put these numbers in ascending order:
a

b  
c

d  
e

f  
ADDITION: PICK A PAIR
>> Fill in the spaces with the above number(s). work these out mentally. Some numbers have been used more than once.
a

b  
c

d  
e

f  
g

h  
i

j  
k

l  
m

n  
o

p 
P:35 REVIEW
1Write in hundreds, tens, and ones.
a 


b 


c 


d 

2What number does the ABACUS show?
a

b  c  d 

3Write the numbers that are:
a 


b 


c 

4Write > or < in the boxes.
a

b  c 
d

e  f

P:36ADDITION OF 3DIGIT NUMBERS: NO CONVERSION
1Now , add these:
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
g

h  i 
P:37 ADDITION OF 3DIGIT NUMBERS: CONVERSION ones
1Now , add these:
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
g

h  i 
P:38 ADDITION: WORD PROBLEMS
2Add to answer these, converting where necessary.
a Saima has IS§ stamps. She collects IOQ more. How many
stamps does she have altogether? 

b Mazhar is reading a storybook On Saturday, he read 244 pages and on Sunday l26 pages. How many pages did
he read over the weekend? 

c Adiva eats 56 grapes. Sameeha eats I IS. How many grapes do they eat altogether? 

d In a library, there was an attendance of 636 girls and 241 boys in a week. How many children altogether? 

e In an orchard, Rehan plants 152 mango saplings and Rida plants 38 guava saplings. How many saplings do they plant altogether? 

P:39,40 ADDITION OF 3DIGIT NUMBERS: CONVERTING ones
ADDITION OF SEVERAL NUMBERS
A

B  C  D 
E

F  G  H 
I

J  K  L 
M

N  O  P 
P:41,42 ADDITION: CONVERTING TENS AND HUNDREDS
THINK AND SOLVE
Each child’s score is the total of the numbers given by the two sheets they hold.
Aamir Aliya Majeed
 Which child has the lowest score? —————————
 Which child has the highest score? —————————
 Whose score is nearest to Majeed’s? —————————
 Aamir is short of 50 marks by —————————
 What is Aliya’s score? —————————
 What is the total score obtained by Aamir, Aliya and Majeed? —————————
I have 37 marbles and Seema has 26 marbles.
 How many more marbles have I than Seema? ———————————
 How many do we have altogether? ———————————
 How many more do we need to make IOO? ———————————
Twelve goldfish were taken from a fish tank to be sold at the shop.
This left 14 fish in the tank.
How many fish were there to start with?
P:59 LET’S MAKE THE 7s TABLE!
6 Complete the 7s table and learn.
Look!  Write, then say  write 
P:60 LET’S MULTIPLY:8s
7 Count in 8s and fill the missing numbers.
a  
b  
c 
8Finish colouring the squares by counting in 8s.
P:61 LET’S MAKE THE 8s TABLE!
6 Complete the 8s table and learn.
Look!  Write, then say  write 
P:62 LET’S MULTIPLY:9s
9 Count in 9s and fill the missing numbers.
a  
b  
c 
10Finish colouring the squares by counting in 8s
P:63 LET’S MAKE THE 9s TABLE!
6 Complete the 9s table and learn.
Look!  Write, then say  write 
P:64 MAKE A MULTIPLICATION SQUARE!
1Now complete the square. Say the table to help you:
x  
100 
P:65 LET’S THE TABLE TO COMPLETE THESE:
a

b  c  d  e 
f

g  h  i  j 
k

l  m  n  o 
p

q  r  s  t 
u

v  w  x  y 
P:66 MULTIPLICATION BY ZERO
3Complete these;
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
4Now complete these;
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
P:67 5Solve these words problems:
a  There are 6 flower pots. Each flower pot has 4 flowers. How many flowers are there altogether?  
b  Aslam has 8 bowls with 7 goldfish in each bowl. How many fish are there altogether?  
c  7 jackets are hanging in a shop. Each jacket has 6 buttons. How many buttons in all?  
d  There are 8 buns in a packet. Rehan bugs 4 packets. How
many buns does he buy? 

e  7 Leopards are climbing on tree. How many legs
altogether? 

f  8, 6, 4, 9: Multiply the greatest number by the
smallest number. 
P:68,69 MULTIPLICATION OF TENS AND ONES:
1Follow Adil’s step and complete these:
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
2Now complete these:
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
P:70,71 MULTIPLICATON: CONVERTING ONES
1Now complete these:
a  b  c  d

e

f  g  h 
i

j  k  l 
m

n  o  p 
q

r  s  t 
u

v  w  x 
P:72 MULTIPLICATON: CONVERTING ONES CONVERTING TENS
1 Complete these:
a  b  c  d

e  f  g  h

P:73 MULTIPLICATON: CONVERTING ONES CONVERTING TENS
2 Complete these:
a  b  c  d

e  f  g  h

3 Now, Complete these: It may be necessary to convert both tens and ones.
a  b  c  d

e  f  g  h

i  j  k  l

P:74 COMMUTIVE PROPERTY:
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
g

h  i 
j

k  l 
m

n  o 
P:75 REMEMBERING TABLES:
1WORK OUT EACH OF THE FOLLOWING AND THEN COLOUR THE PATTERN.
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
g

h  i 
j

k  l 
m

n  o 
P:76 REMEMBER THE ÷ SIGN
1Now, write the missing number:
a

b  c  d 
P:77,78 MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION FACTS
DIVISION OR SHARING EQUALLY
P:79 DIVISION: USING THE NUMBER LINE
1Complete these, using the number line below: (a b c is not in order)
a  b  c 
d  e  f 
g  h  i 
j  l  m 
n  o  p 
q  r  s 
t  u  v 
P:80 DIVISION
P:81 DIVISION:USING TABLES
1Do these sums, then multiply to check:
a  b  
c  d  
e  f  
g  h  
i  j  
k  l  
m  n 
2Join these sums to the correct answer.
P:82 MORE ABOUT DIVISION
P:83 LONG DIVISION
1Complete these in your notebook
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
g

h  i 
j

k  l 
m

n  o 
p

q  r 
s

t  u 
v

w  x 
P:84 DIVISION: WORD PROBLEMS
1Write the divisions and find the answer in each case:
A  30 trees are planted in rows of 6. How many rows of trees are planted? Answer:


B  60 pencils are put into packets of IO. How many packets are made?  
C  48 children are divided into teams of 8 each. How many
teams are made? Answer: 

D  Asim has 27 eggs. He puts them equally on 3 trays. How
many eggs are there on each. tray? Answer: 

E  32 samosos are to be shared equally among 8 children.
How many samosas each? Answer: 
P:85 REVIEW: MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION
1Work out the sums given below:
a

b 
c

d 
e

f 
g

h 
i

j 
k

l 
m

n 
o

p 
q

r 
s

t 
u

v 
w

x 
P:86 DO YOU REMEMBER?
P:87 MORE ABOUT SHAPES
P:88 SHAPES: EDGES
P:89 SHAPES: VERTEX AND VERTICES
P:90 SHAPES AND THEIR FACES
P:91 SHAPES ALL ABOUT CYLINDERS
P:92 SHAPES ALL ABOUT CONES
P:93 PLANES AND CURVED FACES
P:94 SOLID SHAPES
P:95 PLANES AND CURVED FACES
P:96 CROSS WORD TIME!
Q This crossword is all about shapes.
Read the clues carefully, then complete the puzzle:
Across
3. A sphere has only one _face. ” 5. A cube has § vertices. 7. A cone has \` faces. 8. I have six faces and eight vertices. What am I? 9. A cone has one curved face and one ___ face. I0. A cuboid has & faces. I I. A sphere has __ vertices. I2. A cone has only one of these. 
Dawn
You find eight of me on a cube or cuboid. A cylinder has two plane faces. The other face is Cylinders have two of these. , Cubes and cuboids have & edges. This shape has only one vertex. 
P:97 MONEY
ONE COIN CAN BE EXCHANGED FOR OTHER COINS OF THE SAME VALUE
A– l onerupee coin=2 fiftypaise coins  25 poise
and 50 poise coins are no longer in use. 
B– l tworupee coin=2 one rupee coins  
C– l fiverupee coin= one rupee coins  
D– l fiverupee coin= two rupee coins and————onerupee coin 
P:98 SUBTRACTION WITH MONEY
A


B


C


D

P:99 MONEY: MULTIPLYING AND DIVIDING
2Multiply to complete these:
A  Rehan buys two 50paise stamps. How much money
did he spend?


B  One sweet costs 5 rupees. Maheen buys 6. How much
money does she spend?


C  Rida buys 5 maps for her geography homework. Each
map costs I5 rupees. How much does she spend?

3Divide to answer these:
A  Aamir has 20 rupees. How many tworupee stamps can
he buy?


B  A pastry costs 7 rupees. Hameed has 35 rupees in his pocket. How many pastries can he buy?


C  Tickets for the zoo cost I0 rupees. How many tickets can
Rehan buy with 50 rupees?

P:100 MONEY: NOTES
P:101 MONEY: THE NOTE FAMILY
P:102 MONEY: THE NOTE FAMILY
P:103 THE NOTE : SAME VALUES
1ADD THE MONEY in column A. which note in column B has the same value? Draw a line to show:
A  B 









NOTES: SAME VALUES
2Find the total cost. Then tick enough money:
A 

B 

C 

D 

E 

F 

NOTES: SAME VALUES
3How much does each child spend? How much money do they have left?
A  Anila has Rs 00 to spend. She bugs 0 cake and <21 con
of cocoa.


B  Alam has Rs 75 to spend. He bugs o pair of socks and
a cake.


C  Sana has Rs 90. She buys a hair band and a teddy bear.


D  Laila has Rs I00. Con she buy a pair of socks, a toy
car, and a tin of cocoa?

P:106 MONEY: WORD PROBLEMS
1Multiply or divide to answer these:
A  A packet of biscuits costs Rs Ili. Parvez buys 4 packets.
How much does he spend? Answer: Rs 

B  A sum of Rs 36 is to be shared equally between four A
children. How much for each child? Answer: Rs 

C  Six children each buy a book costing Rs 27. How much
money do they spend altogether? Answer: Rs 

D  A dozen (IZ) oranges cost Rs 36. If Mani sells 5 dozen, how
much money does he collect? Answer: Rs 

e  8 packets of crayons cost Rs 64. How much does one
packet cost? Answer: Rs 
P:107 REVIEW
1Multiply or divide, as indicated:
a  b  c 
d  e  f 
g  h  i 
j  k  l 
2Write the multiplication and division facts:
A  B  
C  D  
E  F  
G  H 
P:108
3Multiply:
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
4Divide:
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
5Work these out:

6Fill in +,.x,÷  
a



b



A


c  
b


d  
c


e  
d


f 
P:109
7Match the statement with the correct shape.
A  I have twelve sedges.  
B  I have 0 edges and 0 vertics.  
C  I have 3 faces: 2 are plane and I is curved.  
D  I have only 1 vertex 
8Tick the sums which make Rs 50
P:110 PART THREE
THINKING ABOUT TIME
P:111 MEASURING TIME
P:112 THE CALENDAR:2012
1 Complete the sentences below.
(a) The first month of the year is——————–
(b) Next comes ————————
(c) The month before May is ————————
(d) The seventh month of the year is ————————–
(e) After July comes —————
(f) The lost month of the year is —————–
(g) There are ——————— months in a year.
(h) There are ————— or —————— days in a month except for February which has only —————— or——————————days.
CALENDAR QUIZ
2Look at the calendar on the previous page. Then, do the quiz:
(a) How many months have 30 days? ———————–
What are their names? —————————
(b) How many months have 3i days?——————————
What are their names? —————————–
(c) Which month has a different number of days from all the other months?———————
(d) How many weeks in a year?—————————
(e) In a leap year, how many more days are there in January than in February?—————–
 Now do the crossword:
ACROSS
2I come after August.
5I am the fourth month’ of the year.
6There are 365 days in me altogether.
7I am the first month of the year.
10I come just after June.
11You like me: I am holiday every week!
12I am the tenth month of the year.
DOWN
1I am the shortest month of the year.
3I am a very hot month, with 3 days.
4There are seven of me in each week.
8I come before September.
9I am also a very hot month, with 30 days.
P:114 SUMMER TIME HOLIDAY FLIGHTS
P:115 TIME WORD PROBLEMS
1Think carefully, then write sums to answer these:
aJanuary has 31 dogs. February has 28 days. + 2
How many days altogether in the 2 months? Answer: ————days
bHow many days in 6 weeks? Answer: ————days
cMaha is 6 years old. Her teacher is 29 years old. How much older is her teacher than Maha? Answer: ——————–years.
dThere are 365 days in a gear. How many days in two years? Answer: ——————— days.
eA fortnight is 2 weeks or I4 days. How many days in 5 fortnights? Answer: ————days.
fHow many days in August, September, and October taken together?
Answer:——————–days
gHow many weeks can be made from 56 days?
Answer: ———————weeks
P:116 TELLING THE TIME: HOURS AND CLOCK
P:117 CLOCKS: MINUTE HAND AND HOUR HAND
P:118 TELLING THE TIME
1What time does the clock show? Write in the blanks:
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
P:119 TELLING THE TIME
2Draw hands on the clock to show the time given.
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
i

j  k  l 
P:120TELLING THE TIME: EARLIER, LATER
3Look at the clock, then write the time that is one hour earlier than the time shown:
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
4Now write4 the time that is one hour later that the time shown:
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
P:121
5 Yesterday morning
What were you doing yesterday morning at:
6 momorrow afternoon and evening
What will you probably be doing tomorrow afternoon or evening at:
P:122 HALF PAST THE HOUR
7 WHAT TIME DOES THE CLOCK SHOW?
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
g

h  i 
P:123 TELLING THE TIME
8LOOK AT THE CLOCK FACE AND REACORD THE TIME:
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
g

h  i 
J  K  L

P:124 TIME: REVIEW
 Fill in the blanks:
(a) There are —————— hours in a day.
(b) The long hand on a clock is also called the ——————— hand.
(c) The month of June has ————————— days.
(d) There are ——————— months and ————————– days in a year.
(e) ———————— is the month which has only 28 days.
(f) There are ————————– big markings on a clock face.
(g) There are ———————— spaces between 2 markings.
 Tick the correct answer:
(a) The short hand on a clock tells us (the minutes/the hour).
(b) The long hand goes around the clock (once every hour/once every day).
(c) If Monday comes first, the fifth day is (Saturday / Friday).
(d) A fortnight is another word for (one week/two weeks).
(e) There are (I2/24) hours in I day.
P:125 MEASUREMENT: CENTIMETRE
1FILL IN THE CENTIMETRE MARKS ON THE RULERS:
A  3 cm  
B  
C  
D  
E  
F  
G  
H  
I 
P:126 LENGTH: REMEMBERING METRES AND CENTIMETRES
1Would you use metre (m)or centimeters (cm) to measure the following?
1The length of your class room: ————————metres (m) 
2 The length of your teacher: ———————— m 
3 The length of your pencil: ———————— m 
4 The length of your eraser: ———————— m 
5 The length of your blackboard: ———————— m 
6 The length of your foot: ———————— m 
2Take a ruler. Measure these lines. Write the length of each:
a  
b  
c 
3Now draw straight lines of the following lengths in your notebook, using a ruler as shown.
a  
b  
c  
d  
e  
f  
g  
h 
P:127 LENGTH: CHANGING cm TO m
4Write the following lengths in metres and centimeters.
a  b  
c  d  
e  f  
g  h 
5Convert from m and cm to cm:
a  b  
c  d  
e  f  
g  h  
I  J  
K  l 
P:128 LENGTH: MORE ON ADDITION
1Now add these:
a  b  c 
d  e  f 
g  h  i 
P:129 LENGTH: MORE ON SUBTRACTION
1Now subtract as required:
a  b  c 
d  e  f 
g  h  i 
P:130 3Now odd to solve these.
A Adil runs 80 m Sameer runs 50 m. How many metres do they run altogether?  
b Rahim painted 22 m of a wall before lunch and 22m after lunch. How much of the wall did he paint altogether?  
c Baby crocodile was 72 cm long. After 6 months, it had grown 34 cm. How long is it now?  
d The red fabric is 65 m T long. The yellow one is 28 m longer. How long is the yellow fabric?  
e Parvez jumped 84 cm R high. On his next jump j he jumped 11cm j higher. How high did he jump?  
f Saima buys 50 cm of l ribbon and then another 25 pm. How much ribbon does she buy altogether? 
P:131 LENGTH: SUBTRACTION
4Subtract these:
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
5Now subtract to solve these:
aIsmat is 90 cm
tall. Bina is 82 cm tall. How much taller is Ismat than Bina? 
b Jamil runs 00 m while
Danish runs 72 m. How much further does Jamil run than Danish?

c A lizard is
45 cm long. A snake is 82 cm long. How much longer is the snake? 
d A rope is 09 m long.
Someer cuts off I7 m. How much rope is left? 
e Rumana sets out to
run 200 m. She has completed 62 m, how much further must she run? 
f The height of a
skyscraper is 20 m. A cinema theatre next door is 96 m less high. How high is the theatre? 
P:132 length: kilometers
1Fill in the blanks.
A  
B  
C  
D  
E  
F 
P:133 WEIGHT: HOW HEAVY?
P:134 WEIGHT: REMEMBERING KILOGRAMS (KG)
P:135 HOW HEAVY?
1Find the weight of each toy on the scales. Write in the blanks provided in the bubbles.
P:136 weight: kg and g
2Would you use a kg or a g weight to weigh these? Guess the weight in each case and discuss with your teacher.
a  b  
c  d  
e  f  
g  h  
i  j 
3Now make your own lists:
a  How many g in 2 kg? 
b  How many g in 8 kg? 
c  How many g in 5 kg? 
d  How many g in 9 kg? 
P:137 WEIGHT: MORE ABOUT KILOGRAMS (KG)
4 TO MAKE 100 KG, HOW MANY OF EACH WEIGHT DO WE NEED?

5 COMPLETE THESE, THEN LEARN:
a  
b  
c 
P:138 WEIGHT: MORE ABOUT GRAMS (G)
6 TO MAKE 1 KG (1000 G) HOW MANY DO WE NEED?

P:139 WEIGHT: ADDITION
1Now add to solve these:
a Tanveer bugs 500
g of peanuts, 100 g of cofee, and 50 g of cashew nuts. What is the total weight? 
b A kitten weighs 490 g.
Another kitten weigh 385 g. What is their weight taken together? 
c Rehcm bugs 250 g of (
biscuits on Saturday and 400 g on Sundag. What is the total weight of biscuits he bought? 
d A shopkeeper sells
49 kg of apples in on week and 5;8 kg in th next. How mang kg does he sell altogether 
e Ali weighs 26 kg. Sabir (
weighs 4 kg less than Ali. How much do the two children weigh together? 
f Rohail sells 300 g of
cashew nuts. Gauhar sells 50 g more than Rohail. What is the total weight sold? 
P:140 WEIGHT: SUBTRACTION
 Now subtract to solve
aA bar of
chocolate weighs Daud eats 40 g. How much is left? 
b In a mobile phone shop,
one brand X phone weighs 250 g and brand Y 195 g. Which weighs more and how much? 
cIn May Sameer
weighed 52 kg. In June, he had reduced to 48 kg. How much weight did he lose? 
d Rumana’s bag weighs
Q62 g. Amjad’s bag weighs 704 g. How much heavier is Rumana’s bag? 
e Kabir has I” steel pan
weighing 350 g und a steel plate weighing 350g. Which is heavier and by how much? 
f Saleem sells 48 kg of
dal in June and 29 kg in July. How much more does he sell in June than in July? 
P:141 WEIGHT: MORE ADDITIONS AND SUBTRACTIONS
3NOW COMPLETE THESE:
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
g

h  i 
j

k  l 
P:142 CAPACITY:REMEMEBERING LITRES (L)
P:143 CAPACITY: L AND ML
1Would you use l or ml t measure these quantities?
P:144 CAPACITY: more about LITRES (L)
P:145 CAPACITY: more about millilitres (L)
2Now fill in the blanks.
A  
B  
C  
d 
3Complete these division facts.
a

b 
c

d 
P: 146 CAPACITY: ADDITION
1ADD THESE:
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
2USE ADDITION TO SLOVE THESE:
AMr Khan’s car
used 71 of petrol one dag and the next. How much petrol was used for the 2 dogs? 
bAt c wedding, the
guests drank 2i5 l of sherbet and 650 l of lime juice. How much did they drink altogether? 
c A restaurant uses 35 L
of ghee and 28 L of cooking oil every month. How much oil and ghee do they use altogether? 
D350 ml; 100 ml; 650 ml;
425 ml. (a) Add the Largest and the smallest amounts (b) Add the 2 middle numbers. 
P: 147 CAPACITY: SUBTRACTION
1 SUBTRACT:
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
2USE SUBTRACTION TO SLOVE THESE:
AAt the start of a
journey a car had I5 l of petrol in its tank. At the end, 6 l were left. How much petrol was used? 
bShomim bought ci 450
ml bottle of shampoo. After 2 weeks, 80 ml was left. How much shampoo did she use?

CA Water tank contains
540 l of water. Father uses I8 L clean his car. How much water remains in the tank? 
D Parvez took 5 ml of
medicine from o bottle containing 70 ml. How much medicine was left in the bottle? 
P:148 CAPACITY: MORE ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION
5NOW COMPLETE THESE. LOOK FOR + OR .
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
g

h  i 
j

k  l 
P:149 EQUAL PARTS: CUTTING IN HALF
P:150 EQUAL PARTS: HALVES
1LOOK AT THESE PICTURES. TICK THE OBJECTS THAT ARE CUT IN HALF:



2TICK THE SHAPES CUT IN HALF, COLOUR AND WRITE IN THE CORRECT PLACE:
P:151 EQUAL PARTS: HAVING COLLECTIONS
3LOOK AT THESE COLLECTIONS.DRAW A LINE TO DIVIDE THEM IN HALVES. THEN COLOUR OF EACH COLLECTION.
P:152 CUTTING IN HALVES
4CUT EACH SHAPE INTO HALF BY DRAWING A LINE. THEN COLOUR EACH HALF, USING A DIFFERENT COLOUR. ONE HAS BEEN DONE FOR YOU.



5JOIN THE DOTS TO DRAW THE MISSING HALF. THEN COLOUR, USING A DIFFERENT COLOUR FOR EACH HALF. ONE HAS BEEN DONE FOR YOU.



P:153 EQUA PARTS: QUARTERS
P:154 EQUA PARTS: QUARTERS
1TICK (√) THE SHAPES THAT ARE DIVIDED INTO QUARTERS.



P:155 EQUAL PARTS:QUARTERS AND HALVES
1LOOK AT THESE SHAPES. HOW MUCH HAS BEEN COLOURED



2JOIN THE DOTS, THEN COLOUR (THE BOX TELLS YOU WHICH).



P:156 REVIEW
1ADD OR SUBTRACT AS REQUIRED. CHECK THE ANSWERS IN YOUR NOTEBOOK.
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
i

j  k  l 
m

n  o  p 
2WHAT TIME DOES EACH CLOCK SHOW?
a

b  c 
d

e  f 
P:157
3COMPLETE.
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
4HOW MANY DOES EACH SHAPE HAVE?
5COMPLETE THESE IN YOUR NOTEBOOK.
a

b  c  d 
e

f  g  h 
6SOLVE THESE.
aA ticket to the circus costs Rs 9.How many
can Aleem buy with Rs 54?

(b) Father has two notes in his wallet. Their value together is Rs 70. One note is Q Rs 20 note.
What is the other note?

 SAY THE MONTHS RHYME, THEN FILL IN THE BLANKS:
There are —————– days in September. March has ————– days. November, like September, has —————— days. There are ———— days in January. —————— is a special month: It has 28 days. In leap years it has —————— days. Leap gears come once every————years. 2000, 2004, and 2008 were leap years.
 HOLVES OR QUARTERS? LOOK COREFULLG AT EACH SHAPE THEN WRITE OR in THE DIVISION.
a

b  c  d 
9SOLVE THESE:
a Madiha walked 200 m
from her house to the grocer’s shop and 480 m from the shop to the park. How far did she walk altogether? 
b Mother bugs 200 g of
butter, 520 g of sugar, and 100 g Of nuts. How much does her shopping bog weigh? 
c Anis weighs A kg 800 g.
Sahir weighs 4 kg 214 g. How much heavier is Anis than Sahir? 
d A jug contains 950 ml
of juice. Maheen drinks 580 ml. How much juice is left? 
P:159 A CODED MESSAGE
Look at this message. It is in number code.







CAN YOU READ THE MESSAGE? DO THE SUMS. THEN MATCH THE ANSWERS TO THE CODE BELOW. WRITE THE LETTER THAT MATCHES EACH ANSWER IN THE BOX TO FIND THE HIDDEN CODE.



FUN TIME
Complete the sums and then colour the picture given
Green for even numbers < 100
Red for odd numbers < 100
Purple for even numbers >100 but <200
Yellow for odd numbers >100 but <200
Which number is not coloured? Why?
WORKSHEET 1
CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER AND UNDERLINE IT.
(a) What is the value of 7 in the number 780?
(a) 7 (b) 70 (c) 700 (d) 7000
(b) 600 + 40 + 9 =
(a) 6409 (b) 640 (c) 649 (d) 6040
(C) What number is 00 more than 663?
(a) 863 (b) 763 (c) 963 (d) 6630
(d) 8 hundreds + 9 tens is
(a) 890 (b) 89 (c) 8090 (d) 899
(e) The sum of the greatest 3digit number and the smallest 4digit number is
(a) 1099 (b) 999 (C) 1999 (d) 109
(f) Which one of the following answers is an odd number?
(0) 16+4 (b)21+3 (C) 29+4 (d) 36+2
(g) Add 65 to the product of 5 and 4.
(a) 95 (b) 85 (c) 850 (d) 950
(h) The greatest 3 digit number that can be formed with the digits 7, 0, 9 is
(a) 790 (b) 907 (c) 970 (d) 900
WORKSHEET 2
PRACTICE MAKES YOU QUICKER.
(a)If you have nine marbles and you lose three of them, how many do you have left? 

(b) In a class there are I8 girls and 23 boys. How many children are there in the class? 

(c)There are 3 dozen apples. If 6 are rotten, how many are good? 

(d) Laila sleeps for 8 hours each night. How many hours does she sleep in a week? 

(e) If you have 5 apples and you eat them all, how many are left withyou? 

(f) How many months in 3 years? 

(g)Double a number is 24. What is the number? 

(h) Feroze collects model planes. He can fit 6 in each display case. How many can he put in Q cases? 

WORKSHEET 3
1colour half of each shape:
2colour quarter of each shape:
WORKSHEET 4
 LOOK AT THE NUMBERS ON THE GRID AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW:
(a) The largest even number ———————–
(b) The smallest odd number ———————
(c) Write all the numbers that are less than 200.———————————————
(d) Which number is one less than one thousand?——————————————–
(e) Which two even numbers add up to Q00?———————– and————————————————
(f) The sum of the first and last number on the grid is————————————–
WORKSHEET 5
1

2

3

4

5

Add all the numbers in the circles:
WORKSHEET 6
Choose the correct answer and underline it.
(a) What is the next number in the sequence I I, I3, 15,
(a) I6 (b) I7 (c) I8 (d) 20
(b) A pizza is cut into 4 equal parts. One part is eaten. What fraction of the pizza is left?
(a) (b) (c) (d)
(c) There are days in 4 weeks.
(a) 2I days (b) 23 days (c) 28 days (d) 35 days
(d) A rope 2 m 50 cm long is cut into 2 equal parts. The length of each rope will be
(a)1m5cm 6 (b) 1m50cm (c) 1 m25 cm (d) 1 m
(e) If Adil sleeps for 8 hours every dag, he is awake for hours.
(a) I2 hours (b) I6 hours (c) I0 hours (d) 5 hours
(f) What is the value of 5 in the number 605?
(a) 50 (b) 500 (c) 5 (d) 5000
(g) What number is 100 less than 159?
(a) 100 (b) 5 (c) 59 (d) 109
(h) How many vertices does a cube have?
(a) 6 (b) 9 (C) 8 (d) 9
WORKSHEET 7
 Complete these number patterns.
 Draw a circle around each even number and cross each odd number.
64 29 54 42 108 71 101
 Draw a red Line to join any two numbers that add up to Q6 and a green line to join any two numbers that add up to 100.
WORKSHEET 8
WORD PROBLEMS
Read each problem carefully. Decide which operation to followaddition, subtraction, or multiplication
Do the working in the box.
(a)
In a box there are 56 red marbles and 750 blue marbles. How many marbles in all? 

(b)
There are 750 students in Lake View School. If 375 are girls, how many are boys? 

(C)
Naima saved Rs 650. in June and Rs 225 in July. How much did she save in two months? 

(d)
In one basket there are 45 oranges, how many oranges in 5 baskets? 

(e)
In one class, there are 36 students. How many students are there in 9 classes? 

(f)
There were 975 passengers in a train. If 268 passengers got down from the train, how many remained on the train? 
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