Sample Paper
Level 1
MATHEMATICS
CLASS: 2

DURATION: 1:30 HRS
MAX. MARKS: 50



1) Choose the correct option.

(1 X 10 = 10)
  1. 102 is written as _______.
  2. i. Ten two

    ii. One hundred two

    iii. One zero two

    iv. One two

  3. 4 × 3 = ____
  4. i. 7

    ii. 43

    iii. 12

    iv. 1

  5. Which of the following is an even number? _____
  6. i. 1

    ii. 7

    iii. 5

    iv. 8

  7. 203 = …Hundreds … Tens … Ones
  8. i. 2 Hundreds 0 Tens 3 Ones

    ii. 3 Hundreds 0 Tens 2 Ones

    iii. 20 Hundreds 3 Ones

    iv. 2 Hundreds 3 Tens

  9. The number comes before:
  10. G1_1_QP1_Blank box G1_2_QP1_Number comes before

    i. 111

    ii. 135

    iii. 134

    iv. 133

  11. Place value of the underline number: 436
  12. i. 3

    ii. 30

    iii. 36

    iv. 300

  13. 44 + ____= 50
  14. i. 4

    ii. 40

    iii. 6

    iv. 14

  15. There are ____ days in the month of January.
  16. i. 28

    ii. 29

    iii. 30

    iv. 31

  17. To pay Rs. 50, we need ___ notes of Rs. 10.
  18. i. 1

    ii. 50

    iii.5

    iv. 10

  19. 34 G1_3_QP1_Blank square 87
  20. i. >

    ii. =

    iii. <

    iv. ≠

2) Fill in the blanks.

(1 X 8 = 8)
  1. The first month of the year is _____.
  2. The smallest one digit even number is ___.
  3. Among 55 and 215, the larger number is ___.
  4. 23 + 58 = ____.
  5. 68 – 32 = ____.
  6. Three 10-rupee coins make Rs. ____.
  7. 7 × 5 = ____.
  8. __ PM is the noon time.

3) Do as directed.

(1 X 8 = 8)
  1. Tick ( ✔ ) the heavier animal and cross ( 🗶 ) the lighter animal.
    G1_4_QP1_Heavy-Light
  2. Write the missing numbers.
    G1_5_QP1_Abcus
  3. Write the missing number.
    G1_6_QP1_Handspan

    Length of the bat = ____ hand-spans

  4. If 2 glass of water fill one jug.
    G1_7_QP1_Jar = G1_8_QP1_Glass = 2 glass of water
    G1_7_QP1_Jar G1_7_QP1_Jar = __________ = ___ glass of water

  5. Use the correct symbol in the box. ( > , < , =)
    1. 87 78
    2. 13 G1_3_QP1_Blank square 13

  6. 6, 9, 14, 17

    Even numbers = ______

    Odd Numbers = ______


  7. Complete the sequence.

    14, 17, 20, ___, ___


  8. Tick ( ✔ ) the longer object and cross ( 🗶 ) the shorter object.
    G1_9_QP1_Longer-shorter

4) Solve the following.

(2 X 9 = 18)
  1. Do the addition and write it in the form of multiplication.

    4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 = ____

    ___×___=___

  2. Complete the pattern.
    G1_10_QP1_Pattern
  3. Arrange the numbers in ascending order and descending order.

    57, 37, 47, 27

  4. Write in the expanded form by using place value.

    760

  5. Do the addition.

    G1_11b_QP1_Addition

  6. Do the subtraction.

    G1_12a_QP1_SubtractionG1_12b_QP1_Subtraction

  7. Do the multiplication.

    G1_21a_QP1_MultiplicationG1_21b_QP1_Multiplication

  8. Make the two-digits smaller number and bigger number from the given digits: 8, 6

    Smaller number = _____ Bigger number = _____

  9. Order the following activities in the correct sequence.
    1. Eat the sandwich.G1_13_QP1_Square
    2. Spread the jam on the bread.G1_13_QP1_Square
    3. Put a slice of bread on a plate.G1_13_QP1_Square
    4. Put the another slice of the bread on it.G1_13_QP1_Square

5) Solve the following.

(3 X 2 = 6)
  1. If Amrita, Suha and Bipin each one has Rs. 60. They bought the following things. Observe the given table and answer the following questions.
    G1_14_QP1_Pictograph
    1. Who bought more things? How many things?
    2. Who bought the same number of diaries?
    3. How many more hairclips Suha bought than the Amrita?
  2. Cost of each item is given. How much money each one spends?

    G1_15_QP1_Crayons = Rs. 5, G1_16_QP1_Diary = Rs. 10, G1_17_QP1_Hairclip = Rs. 1, G1_18_QP1_Doll = Rs. 15

    G1_19_QP1_Ball= Rs. 7, G1_20_QP1_Robot = Rs. 9

    1. Amrita = + + + + + = Rs.
    2. Suha = + + + + + + = Rs.
    3. Bipin = + + + + = Rs.

DURATION: 1:30 HRS
MAX. MARKS: 50

Sample Paper
Level 1
MATHEMATICS
CLASS: 2



1) Choose the correct option.

(1 X 10 = 10)
  1. 102 is written as _______.
  2. i. Ten two

    ii. One hundred two

    iii. One zero two

    iv. One two

  3. 4 × 3 = ____
  4. i. 7

    ii. 43

    iii. 12

    iv. 1

  5. Which of the following is an even number? _____
  6. i. 1

    ii. 7

    iii. 5

    iv. 8

  7. 203 = …Hundreds … Tens … Ones
  8. i. 2 Hundreds 0 Tens 3 Ones

    ii. 3 Hundreds 0 Tens 2 Ones

    iii. 20 Hundreds 3 Ones

    iv. 2 Hundreds 3 Tens

  9. The number comes before:
  10. G1_1_QP1_Blank box G1_2_QP1_Number comes before

    i. 111

    ii. 135

    iii. 134

    iv. 133

  11. Place value of the underline number: 436
  12. i. 3

    ii. 30

    iii. 36

    iv. 300

  13. 44 + ____= 50
  14. i. 4

    ii. 40

    iii. 6

    iv. 14

  15. There are ____ days in the month of January.
  16. i. 28

    ii. 29

    iii. 30

    iv. 31

  17. To pay Rs. 50, we need ___ notes of Rs. 10.
  18. i. 1

    ii. 50

    iii.5

    iv. 10

  19. 34 G1_3_QP1_Blank square 87
  20. i. >

    ii. =

    iii. <

    iv. ≠

2) Fill in the blanks.

(1 X 8 = 8)
  1. The first month of the year is _____.
  2. The smallest one digit even number is ___.
  3. Among 55 and 215, the larger number is ___.
  4. 23 + 58 = ____.
  5. 68 – 32 = ____.
  6. Three 10-rupee coins make Rs. ____.
  7. 7 × 5 = ____.
  8. __ PM is the noon time.

3) Do as directed.

(1 X 8 = 8)
  1. Tick ( ✔ ) the heavier animal and cross ( 🗶 ) the lighter animal.
    G1_4_QP1_Heavy-Light
  2. Write the missing numbers.
    G1_5_QP1_Abcus
  3. Write the missing number.
    G1_6_QP1_Handspan

    Length of the bat = ____ hand-spans

  4. If 2 glass of water fill one jug.
    G1_7_QP1_Jar = G1_8_QP1_Glass = 2 glass of water
    G1_7_QP1_Jar G1_7_QP1_Jar = __________ = ___ glass of water

  5. Use the correct symbol in the box. ( > , < , =)
    1. 87 78
    2. 13 G1_3_QP1_Blank square 13

  6. 6, 9, 14, 17

    Even numbers = ______

    Odd Numbers = ______


  7. Complete the sequence.

    14, 17, 20, ___, ___


  8. Tick ( ✔ ) the longer object and cross ( 🗶 ) the shorter object.
    G1_9_QP1_Longer-shorter

4) Solve the following.

(2 X 9 = 18)
  1. Do the addition and write it in the form of multiplication.

    4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 = ____

    ___×___=___

  2. Complete the pattern.
    G1_10_QP1_Pattern
  3. Arrange the numbers in ascending order and descending order.

    57, 37, 47, 27

  4. Write in the expanded form by using place value.

    760

  5. Do the addition.

    G1_11b_QP1_Addition

  6. Do the subtraction.

    G1_12a_QP1_SubtractionG1_12b_QP1_Subtraction

  7. Do the multiplication.

    G1_21a_QP1_MultiplicationG1_21b_QP1_Multiplication

  8. Make the two-digits smaller number and bigger number from the given digits: 8, 6

    Smaller number = _____ Bigger number = _____

  9. Order the following activities in the correct sequence.
    1. Eat the sandwich.G1_13_QP1_Square
    2. Spread the jam on the bread.G1_13_QP1_Square
    3. Put a slice of bread on a plate.G1_13_QP1_Square
    4. Put the another slice of the bread on it.G1_13_QP1_Square

5) Solve the following.

(3 X 2 = 6)
  1. If Amrita, Suha and Bipin each one has Rs. 60. They bought the following things. Observe the given table and answer the following questions.
    G1_14_QP1_Pictograph
    1. Who bought more things? How many things?
    2. Who bought the same number of diaries?
    3. How many more hairclips Suha bought than the Amrita?
  2. Cost of each item is given. How much money each one spends?

    G1_15_QP1_Crayons = Rs. 5, G1_16_QP1_Diary = Rs. 10, G1_17_QP1_Hairclip = Rs. 1, G1_18_QP1_Doll = Rs. 15

    G1_19_QP1_Ball= Rs. 7, G1_20_QP1_Robot = Rs. 9

    1. Amrita = + + + + + = Rs.
    2. Suha = + + + + + + = Rs.
    3. Bipin = + + + + = Rs.