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Year 2 . You have 20 sweets; your friend has 8 less than you. How many does she have?. Year 2. My naughty little sister and Bad Harry were looking at the trifle. Bad Harry ate 6 green jelly sweets and my naughty little sister ate 5 red sweets.

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Year 2
• You have 20 sweets; your friend has 8 less than you.
• How many does she have?
Year 2
• My naughty little sister and Bad Harry were looking at the trifle.
• Bad Harry ate 6 green jelly sweets and my naughty little sister ate 5 red sweets.
• How many jelly sweets on the trifle? How many were left?
• Extension If there had been 20 jelly sweets on the trifle, how many were left?
Year 2
• Sam has 50 Pokemon cards but Tom only has half as many.
• How many does Tom have?
Year 2
• On the picnic each child has 2 ham sandwiches and 4 egg sandwiches.
• There are 10 children , how many sandwiches are there?
Year 2
• Tim gets £5 pocket money each week. On his 7th birthday his parents give him £3 more each week.
• How much will get each week?
Year 2
• There are 18 biscuits.
• 9 children share them equally.
• How many biscuits does each child have?
Year 2
• In Kate’s purse she has 3 coins. The total is 8p.
• Which coins does she have?

### Year 2

I think of a number and halve it.

What is the number?

Year 2
• There are 23 bean bags.
• Tom takes 11 and Sam takes 9.
• How many bean bags are left?
Year 2
• Two children have 5 toys each.
• How many toys do they have altogether?
• One child gives the other 2 of his toys.
• How many toys do they each have now?
Year 2
• 9 people are on a bus.
• At the stop, 5 people get off and 3 more get on.
• How many people are now on the bus?
Year 2
• Katie goes to the shop and buys 4 buns at 5p each.
• How much money has she spent?
• How many buns can she buy with 50p?
Year 2
• There are 3 bowls of porridge on the table
• Each bowl has 2 stripes on it.
• How many stripes are there altogether?
Year 2
• Goldilocks has to climb up 10 steps to the bedroom.
• She only jumps on 3 on the way down.
• How many steps does she miss out?
Year 2
• The three bears have lots of spoons.
• They put them out on the table.
• They have four each.
• How many spoons do they have all together?
Year 2
• 26 ladybirds are sitting in a tree.
• 17 fly away.
• How many are left?
Year 2
• Willy Wonka gave the children 5 everlasting gobstoppers and 7 sticks of chewing gum.
• How many sweets did Willy Wonka give out?
• Violet ate all the chewing gum and 1 gobstopper.
• How many sweets are now left?
Year 2
• Mark had 50 red crayons on his table.
• These had to be shared between 5 tables in the classroom.
• How many crayons were on each table?
Year 2
• T. Rex went shopping because he had to buy 2 Christmas presents.
• He had £5.00 in his claw.
• He bought a ball for 75p and a bag of sweets for 35p.
• How much change did he have left?
Year 2
• There are 24 apples on a tree
• 2 have worms in them.
• 5 fall off the tree.
• How many apples are still on the tree?