Sample Paper Class 2 Maths Level 3
MATHEMATICS

DURATION: 1:30 HRS
MAX. MARKS: 50



  1. Fill in the blanks.

    (1 × 2 = 2)

    1. Rs.10 = _______ Rs.1 coins
    2. 324 ____ 342 ( < / > )

  2. Write down whether the following statements are true or false.

    (1 × 2 = 2)
    1. 4 × 5 = 25. _________
    2. 12 am means 12 at the midnight. _________

  3. Match the columns:

    (1 × 6 = 6)
  4. 25 less than 52 132
    48 greater than 84 270
    6 times 45 100
    63 ÷ 9 96
    64 + 36 7
    48 × 2 27

  5. Choose the correct answer:

    (1 × 6 = 6)
    1. 98 is written in words as:
      i) Ninety-eight ii) Eighty-nine
      iii) Nine-eight iv) Ninty-nine
    2. Look at the picture and choose the correct option.
      G2_1_QP3_Tens-Ones

      i) 27 ii) 38
      iii) 37 iv) 28
    3. 109 =
      i) 100 + 0 + 9 ii) 100 + 9 + 0
      iii) 100 + 1 + 9 iv) 100 + 9 + 1
    4. Which one can hold more water?
      i) Cup ii) Mug
      iii) Spoon iv) Glass
    5. Which one will come next?
      G2_2_QP3_PatternQues
      i) G2_3a_QP3_PatternAns ii) G2_3b_QP3_PatternAns
      iii) G2_3c_QP3_PatternAns iv) G2_3d_QP3_PatternAns
    6. Which one can roll and slide both?
      i) G2_4_QP3_Cube ii) G2_5_QP3_Ball
      iii) G2_6_QP3_Balloon iv) G2_7_QP3_Drum

  6. Answer the following questions:

    (2 × 6 = 12)
    1. On a farm, there are two cows and four ducks. How many legs are there in total?
    2. 10 children are standing in a row. The children are standing 2 meters away from each other. How far is the 10th child from the 1st child?
    3. Aman wanted to run 66 km. He ran 22 km and rested for 10 minutes. Later, he ran another 14 km after which he took a break of 15 minutes. How long more he needs to run to achieve his target? What was the total time taken for rest?
    4. The cost of a notebook is Rs.30, and a pencil box is Rs.20. Riya bought two notebooks and one pencil box. She gave the shopkeeper a note of Rs.100. How much did the shopkeeper return back?
    5. On Tuesday, Simon saw 16 birds on a tree and 14 birds on another tree. On Wednesday, each tree only had 12 birds. How many birds flew away?
    6. A baker can make a total of 38 cookies in 2 days. He made 17 on Monday. How many did he have to make on Tuesday?

  7. Do as directed.

    (2 × 2 = 4)
    1. G2_8_QP3_Colour square

    2. Find the number of standing lines and sleeping lines.
    3. Tick on the lighter object among the pair of objects.
      i) G2_9_QP3_SchoolBag ii) G2_10_QP3_Compass Box
      iii) G2_11_QP3_Bucket iv) G2_12_QP3_jar

  8. Answer each of the following questions:

    (2 × 3 = 6)
    1. Complete the number pattern.

      38, 46, 54, 62, ___

    2. Complete the pattern.

      A, AB, ABC, ABCD, ___

    3. Sanju has three Rs.10 notes in his pocket. How many more notes does he need to make it Rs.100?

  9. Answer the following questions:

    (2 + 1 = 3)
    1. Find the place value of the digits marked with red:
      1. 902
      2. 820
    2. A spider has 8 legs. Based on this information write down true or false for the following information.

      ‘5 humans have the same number of legs as a spider’.


  10. Answer the following questions.

    (3 × 3 = 9)
    1. Ranita used to sell 5 kg apples per day. This week she finds that her total sell is 7 kg less than her usual weekly sell. If she sold the same kg of apples daily, how much has she sold per day this week?
    2. Manju Started her homework at 8: 25 am and finished it at 10: 12 am. If she wants to finish her homework by 8: 25 am, then when should she start doing her homework?
    3. Observe the picture below and answer the questions:
      G2_13_QP3_Height of the animals
      1. Find the height of the elephant and the giraffe in number of triangles.
      2. What is the difference between the height of the zebra and the elephant? Answer in number of triangles.

DURATION: 1:30 HRS
MAX. MARKS: 50

Sample Paper Class 2 Maths Level 3
MATHEMATICS



  1. Fill in the blanks.

    (1 × 2 = 2)

    1. Rs.10 = _______ Rs.1 coins
    2. 324 ____ 342 ( < / > )

  2. Write down whether the following statements are true or false.

    (1 × 2 = 2)
    1. 4 × 5 = 25. _________
    2. 12 am means 12 at the midnight. _________

  3. Match the columns:

    (1 × 6 = 6)
  4. 25 less than 52 132
    48 greater than 84 270
    6 times 45 100
    63 ÷ 9 96
    64 + 36 7
    48 × 2 27

  5. Choose the correct answer:

    (1 × 6 = 6)
    1. 98 is written in words as:
      i) Ninety-eight ii) Eighty-nine
      iii) Nine-eight iv) Ninty-nine
    2. Look at the picture and choose the correct option.
      G2_1_QP3_Tens-Ones

      i) 27 ii) 38
      iii) 37 iv) 28
    3. 109 =
      i) 100 + 0 + 9 ii) 100 + 9 + 0
      iii) 100 + 1 + 9 iv) 100 + 9 + 1
    4. Which one can hold more water?
      i) Cup ii) Mug
      iii) Spoon iv) Glass
    5. Which one will come next?
      G2_2_QP3_PatternQues
      i) G2_3a_QP3_PatternAns ii) G2_3b_QP3_PatternAns
      iii) G2_3c_QP3_PatternAns iv) G2_3d_QP3_PatternAns
    6. Which one can roll and slide both?
      i) G2_4_QP3_Cube ii) G2_5_QP3_Ball
      iii) G2_6_QP3_Balloon iv) G2_7_QP3_Drum

  6. Answer the following questions:

    (2 × 6 = 12)
    1. On a farm, there are two cows and four ducks. How many legs are there in total?
    2. 10 children are standing in a row. The children are standing 2 meters away from each other. How far is the 10th child from the 1st child?
    3. Aman wanted to run 66 km. He ran 22 km and rested for 10 minutes. Later, he ran another 14 km after which he took a break of 15 minutes. How long more he needs to run to achieve his target? What was the total time taken for rest?
    4. The cost of a notebook is Rs.30, and a pencil box is Rs.20. Riya bought two notebooks and one pencil box. She gave the shopkeeper a note of Rs.100. How much did the shopkeeper return back?
    5. On Tuesday, Simon saw 16 birds on a tree and 14 birds on another tree. On Wednesday, each tree only had 12 birds. How many birds flew away?
    6. A baker can make a total of 38 cookies in 2 days. He made 17 on Monday. How many did he have to make on Tuesday?

  7. Do as directed.

    (2 × 2 = 4)
    1. G2_8_QP3_Colour square

    2. Find the number of standing lines and sleeping lines.
    3. Tick on the lighter object among the pair of objects.
      i) G2_9_QP3_SchoolBag ii) G2_10_QP3_Compass Box
      iii) G2_11_QP3_Bucket iv) G2_12_QP3_jar

  8. Answer each of the following questions:

    (2 × 3 = 6)
    1. Complete the number pattern.

      38, 46, 54, 62, ___

    2. Complete the pattern.

      A, AB, ABC, ABCD, ___

    3. Sanju has three Rs.10 notes in his pocket. How many more notes does he need to make it Rs.100?

  9. Answer the following questions:

    (2 + 1 = 3)
    1. Find the place value of the digits marked with red:
      1. 902
      2. 820
    2. A spider has 8 legs. Based on this information write down true or false for the following information.

      ‘5 humans have the same number of legs as a spider’.


  10. Answer the following questions.

    (3 × 3 = 9)
    1. Ranita used to sell 5 kg apples per day. This week she finds that her total sell is 7 kg less than her usual weekly sell. If she sold the same kg of apples daily, how much has she sold per day this week?
    2. Manju Started her homework at 8: 25 am and finished it at 10: 12 am. If she wants to finish her homework by 8: 25 am, then when should she start doing her homework?
    3. Observe the picture below and answer the questions:
      G2_13_QP3_Height of the animals
      1. Find the height of the elephant and the giraffe in number of triangles.
      2. What is the difference between the height of the zebra and the elephant? Answer in number of triangles.