Level 2
Look at the picture graph.
This graph shows the number of butterflies drawn by each child.
Give the answers in numbers. (Eg 1)
1. Who draw the same number of butterflies as Shine?
2. Which 2 children draw a total of 13 butterflies? (Eg 1, 2)
3. Who draws 3 more butterflies than Mel?
4. Faye and his neighbour draw 3 butterflies more than Jane. Who is this neighbour?
4 m
Level 1 PSLE
The line graph shows Kenneth's mass from birth to his first birthday. At what age was Kenneth's mass 3 times his mass at birth? _____ months
1 m
Level 1
The graph shows the number of sports that a group of pupils participated in. How many pupils participated in at least 1 sport?
1 m
Level 2
The table shows the number of children in each family in a neighbourhood. How many families have more than 3 children?
1 m
Level 1 PSLE
A tank was filled with 55 litre of water at 07 00. Water flowed out of the tank from 07 00 to 11 00. The line graph shows the amount of water in the tank from 07 00 to 11 00. During which one-hour period was the decrease in the volume of water the greatest? Give your answer in number. (Eg 1)
(1) From 0700 to 0800
(2) From 0700 to 0900
(3) From 0900 to 1000
(4) From 1000 to 1100
1 m
Level 1
3 boys and 4 girls have a total of 840 stamps. What is the average number of stamps each child has?
1 m
Level 3
Look at the picture graph.
This graph shows 4 item types that John collected for his recycling project. Give the answers in numbers.
1. John collected _____ magazines.
2. He collected _____ more magazine than toys.
3. He collected the same number of _____ and _____ . (Eg 1, 2)
4. He collected _____ items altogether.
4 m
Level 1 PSLE
A tank was filled with 48 litres of water at 06 00. Water flowed out of the tank from 06 00 to 11 00. The line graph shows the amount of water in the tank from 06 00 to 10 00. What was the average decrease in the volume of water in litres per hour from 06 00 to 10 00? (Give your answer in ℓ.)
1 m
Level 3
Look at the picture graph.
This graph shows the favourite board games of a group of children. Each smiley stands for 1 child. Give the answers in numbers.
1. _____ children like Scrabble.
2. 5 more children prefer Snap to _____.
3. _____ fewer children prefer chess to Monopoly.
4. The same number of children like _____ and _____. (Eg 1, 2)
4 m
Level 1
Jane has 4 different pieces of string measuring 20 cm, 18 cm, 10 cm and 12 cm. What is the average length of each piece of string?
1 m