Level 1
Compare the three sets. Give the answer in letters. (Eg 1)

Set 1 has fewer pies than Set _____.
2 m
Level 2
Look at the picture. Give the answers in numbers. (Eg 1)
1. Who is in the 1st position?
2. Who is behind Ken?
3. Who is between Tom and Ken?
4. Who is in the last position?
4 m
Level 2
Look at the picture graph.
This graph shows 4 favourite pets that students like. Give the answers in numbers. (Eg 1)
1. What is the most popular pet?
2. What is the least popular pet?
3. How many students like birds and dogs?
4. How many students are there altogether?
4 m
Level 2
Look at the picture graph.
This graph shows the number of stars won by 4 students.
1. Who won the most number of stars?
2. Who won the least number of stars?
3. How many stars did the 4 students win altogether?
4. How many more stars did Joe win than Sandy?
4 m
Level 2
Look at the picture graph.
This graph shows the number of soft drinks that Tom sold.
1. Which soft drink is the least popular?
2. How many more cans of Coke than Pepsi did he sell?
3. How many cans of soft drinks did he sell altogether?
4 m
Level 1
The graph shows the number of story books borrowed from a library over 4 days. What is the total number of story books borrowed from Monday to Thursday?
1 m
Level 1
The graph shows the height of a plant on the last day of each month from January to April. In which month was the greatest increase in the plant's plant's height recorded?
1 m
Level 1
The bar graph shows the amount of money spent by 4 children.
Name the child/children who spent more than \$80? Give your answer(s) in number(s). (Eg 1 or 1,2)
1 m
Level 2
Look at the picture graph.
This graph shows the number of postcards 4 children have.
1. Dora has 3 postcards more than Mel. How many postcards does Dora have?
2. Fen has 2 postcards less than Jim. How many postcards does Fen draw?
3. How many postcard do the 4 children have altogether?
4 m
Level 1
The table shows the mass of three girls. What is the total mass of the three girls?
1 m