### Sample Paper Level 3 MATHEMATICS CLASS: 1

#### MAX. MARKS: 50 DURATION: 1:30 HRS

1. Fill in the blanks (1 × 7 = 7)
1. First day of the week: Su_d_y.
2. _____ is just before 19.
3. Write in words: 13 = ______
4. Write the numeral: Fifty-seven = ___
5. 8 – 8 = ___.
6. 2 + ___ = 7
7. Five 1-rupee coins make Rs. ___ in total.

2. State true or false and write the correct answer for the false statement. (1 × 4 = 4)
1. The number 11 is written as ‘onety one’.
2. 9 + 0 = 0
3. 20 = 2 Tens 0 Ones
4. A duster can roll.

3. Match the columns. (1 × 5 = 5)

4. Do as directed. (2 × 7 = 14)
1. Draw the similar shapes matching with the given objects.
2. Write 4 numbers smaller than 10. __, __, __, __
3. Tick (☑) the animal on the table and cross (☒) the animal under the table.
4. Colour the thicker object.
5. Draw two balls near to the tree and one bat far from the tree.
6. Write the number that comes after.
1. 19 ___
2. 67 ___
7. Fill in the blanks.
1. 78 = _____Tens_____Ones
2. 5 = _____Tens_____Ones

5. Solve the following. (2 × 4 = 8)
1. Do the Subtraction.
2. Do the addition. First one is done for you.
3. Write the missing numbers. First one is done for you.
4. Complete the pattern.

6. Solve the following. (3 × 3 = 9)
1. Look at the picture and complete each pattern.
2. From the above data answer the following questions.
1. Which animal is on the second position in the 1st pattern?
2. Which animal is on the fifth position in the 2nd pattern?
3. How many rabbits are there in the 3rd pattern?
3. Do as directed.
1. Complete the following number sequence.
2. In the above number sequence:
Smallest number = ____
Biggest number = ____
3. Sum of the first and the second number is:
____+ ____=____

7. Join the numbers from 1 to 50 and answer the following questions. (3 × 1 = 3)
1. The smallest one-digit number = ____
2. The biggest one-digit number = ____
3. The smallest two-digits number = ____

### Sample Paper Level 3 MATHEMATICS CLASS: 1

1. Fill in the blanks (1 × 7 = 7)
1. First day of the week: Su_d_y.
2. _____ is just before 19.
3. Write in words: 13 = ______
4. Write the numeral: Fifty-seven = ___
5. 8 – 8 = ___.
6. 2 + ___ = 7
7. Five 1-rupee coins make Rs. ___ in total.

2. State true or false and write the correct answer for the false statement. (1 × 4 = 4)
1. The number 11 is written as ‘onety one’.
2. 9 + 0 = 0
3. 20 = 2 Tens 0 Ones
4. A duster can roll.

3. Match the columns. (1 × 5 = 5)

4. Do as directed. (2 × 7 = 14)
1. Draw the similar shapes matching with the given objects.
2. Write 4 numbers smaller than 10. __, __, __, __
3. Tick (☑) the animal on the table and cross (☒) the animal under the table.
4. Colour the thicker object.
5. Draw two balls near to the tree and one bat far from the tree.
6. Write the number that comes after.
1. 19 ___
2. 67 ___
7. Fill in the blanks.
1. 78 = _____Tens_____Ones
2. 5 = _____Tens_____Ones

5. Solve the following. (2 × 4 = 8)
1. Do the Subtraction.
2. Do the addition. First one is done for you.
3. Write the missing numbers. First one is done for you.
4. Complete the pattern.

6. Solve the following. (3 × 3 = 9)
1. Look at the picture and complete each pattern.
2. From the above data answer the following questions.
1. Which animal is on the second position in the 1st pattern?
2. Which animal is on the fifth position in the 2nd pattern?
3. How many rabbits are there in the 3rd pattern?
3. Do as directed.
1. Complete the following number sequence.
2. In the above number sequence:
Smallest number = ____
Biggest number = ____
3. Sum of the first and the second number is:
____+ ____=____

7. Join the numbers from 1 to 50 and answer the following questions. (3 × 1 = 3)
1. The smallest one-digit number = ____
2. The biggest one-digit number = ____
3. The smallest two-digits number = ____