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MATHEMATICS

CLASS ONE (A)

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TEST – TAKING S TRATEGIES
Remember these six test-taking strategies that will help you do well on tests.

A.

Understand The Question

 Look for important words
 Turn the question into a statement: “I need to find out ……….”

B.

Get Information For The Answers

 Get information from text
 Get information from pictures, Maps, Diagrams, Tables, Graph

C.

Plan How To Find The Answer

 Think about problem-solving
 Choose calculating methods

D.

Make Smart Choices

 Eliminate wrong answers
 Try working backward from an answer
 Check answers for reasonableness and estimate

E.



F.

Use Writing In Math
Make your answer brief but complete
Use words from the problem and use Math terms accurately
Describe steps in order
Draw pictures if they help you to explain your thinking

Improve Written Answers

 Check if your answer is complete
 Check if your answer is clear and easy to follow
 Check if your answer makes sense
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0 PRE-NUMBER WORK
1.1 Shapes
1.2 Colours
1.3 Comparison
1.4 Matching Groups
1.5 Ordering
2.0 NUMBERS
2.1 Numbers 0-5
2.2 Addition
2.3 Word Problems
3.0 SHAPES
4.0 NUMBERS 6-10
4.1 Numbers
4.2 Ordinal Numbers
4.3 Addition
5.0 SUBTRACTION 0-9
5.1 Subtraction by Separation of Objects
5.2 How Many More or Less
5.3 Subtraction

6.0 NUMBERS 0-20
6.1 Numbers
6.2 Matching
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6.3 Ordering
6.4 The Number Line
6.5 Tens and Ones
6.6 Numbers 0-100

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0 2.2 6.0 1.1 4.3 6.6 5 .2 3.1 5.1 6.1 2.2 1.3 1.5 6.3 6.4 6.2 5.4 1.0 5.3 5.0 4.2 SECOND TERM 4.5 2.TERM FORCAST FIRST TERM 1.0 4.0 6.

1 Match the following shapes Oval Rectangle Square Circle Triangle Exercise 1.1 Draw the following shapes in the blank spaces provided.0 PRE-NUMBERWORK Can you match the following shapes? Square Circle Triangle Rectangle Oval Exercise 1. A B Oval Rectangle 6 .1.

C D Square Circle E Triangle COLOURS 1. Red Green Yellow White Blue Black 7 .2 Colour the following.

all squares yellow and all triangles red.2 Colour all rectangles blue.3 Can you compare two things? Can you tell which one can roll and which one cannot roll? A B Acan roll B cannot roll 8 .Exercise 1. COMPARISON 1. all circles black. all ovals green.

roll. An apple …………………………. A ball …………………………………… roll. A bucket …………………………… roll.3 Put in can or cannot 1. 9 . 3. A box …………………………. A book ………………………………… roll.Exercise 1. roll. 5. 2. 4.

2. D D is ………………………… E E is ………………………….Exercise 1.. A B 10 D . F F is …………………………. 3. A A is ………………………… B B is ………………………… C C is ……………………….3 Compare the following 1. 4.3 Put in long or short 1. C 1. G G is ………………………… 2.

Water is …………. H is shorter than ……… MATCHINGGROUPS Exercise 1.. Eis morethan F Sand is …………. than.than ………. 3.A is long than B C is …………………. 1.4 6.. 5.than ……….. G H G is less than ……………. Fis ………… than ………. I J I is taller than …………..4 Match the following groups Is there a spoon for each cup? No Is there a cup for each spoon? Yes There are fewer spoons there are more cups 11 . Q is ………… than ……….…… B is shorter than A D is ………………… than ……. E F 4.

There are the . Is there a table for each chair? ………………………….. 5. Is there a chair for each table? ………………………….. There are …………………… fish? 4.2. Number of chairs as tables.. There are ………… cups. Is there a plate for each fish? ………………………… Is there a fish for each plate? ………………………… There are fewer plates.………………. 12 .. Is there a cup for each saucer? Is there a saucer for each cup? There are …………… saucers.

5 Order the following starting from the smallest. A ORDER B B C A D D C 2. pencils 1. 1.Is there a pencil for each book? Is there a book for each pencil? There are …………… books. There are …………. ……………….5 ORDERING Exercise 1. 13 . H E G F ORDER ……………… ……………… ……………….

^ TT TTT T ^^ TT TTT TT 14 .5 (ii) Order the following groups starting from the smallest. ### 4. X Y W N ORDER ……………… ……………… ……………….3. ………………. Exercise 1.. @ ## # 5. 1. L I K J 4. 2. * ** #### *** 3.

6. A group containing ……………..0 M NUMBERS 0-5 Exercise 2. 2. 15 .1 (1) Complete the sentences below. A group containing five 5 Apples. % % % MM % % M M % % M 2. 3. 8. …… Apples. A group containing …………… ……… Apples. 1.

..2 ADDITION Exercise 2. A group containing ……………. 2. 1. ……… Two 5. ……….1 (II) Complete the following.2 (I) Complete the following sentences. 1. Six ……………………… 6. 2 Two 2. ……………. Exercise 2.. 5 Five 3.. ………… …………………… 2. 4. A group containing ……………. Apples. + 1 + = 2 = 16 3 .4. ……… Apples. 5. 4 …………….

S S …………………. K K A A …………………. 0 = = …………………. + ………………. = S ………………… = ………………. + 5 3. = + 5 = ………………. = K K + ………………….. = + ………………… 7. + B B B B + + + A ………………….2. + 5. = ………………. = 17 ……………………. . = S S …………………… = ………………. + + 4. …………………. 6..

. …………………… 10. = + = + ………………. 3. 1 + 0 = ………. 4 + 1 = ………. …………………… + = + ……………….. = + = + 4 = …………………... 1. 18 . 2 + 3 = ……….. 9.8. 7. 5 + 0 = ……….. Exercise 2... 0 + 2 = ………. 2. …………………. 1 + 2 = ………. 2 + 1 = ……….. 8.2 (II) Do these exercises.. …………………. 5. 6. 4. 10.. 1 + 1 = ………. 9.. …………………. 0 + 3 = ………. 4 + 0 = ……….

0 + …………. 0 + ………. + 1 = 2 2. 0 1 + 2 11. 4 + 1 2.2 (III) Do these exercises 1. + 3 1 3 0 + 2 Exercise 2. 2 + ………… = 5 9.. 1.Exercise 2. + 1 = 4 8.2 (IV) Do these exercise. 2 + 2 1 6. ……… + 3 = 5 12. = 5 11. = 2 19 . + 4 = 4 10. ………. 1 2 + 1 12..……… + 4 = 5 4.. 0 + ………… = 3 7. + 3 + 9. 3.. ………. 4. = 2 5. 0 + …………. + 3 = 3 6. = 2 3. 2 + 0 5 8. 3 + 2 5 + 10. + 7. . ………. 0 + ………. 3 5. ……….

20 .. Ama collected two bottle tops (Counters) yesterday.. How many pens does kofi have? Kofi has …………….. Her hen laid another ne today. eggs. Kojo had two pebbles and Adjo gave him three more. = …………. + ……………… = ……………… pens. + …………… = …………… bottle tops.. How many eggs has she altogether? She has ……………… + ………………. 2. pebbles.3 Solve the story problems 1. How many pebbles did Kojo have? Kojo had ………………. 3. How many cowries did the master have? The master had ………. = ………… cowries.2.. + ……………. His father gives him one pen again. She had one this morning. 5. + …………. Kofi has one pen. Aunt Ekua has three eggs.3 WORD PROBLEMS Exercise 2. 4. How many bottle tops does she have altogether? She has ……………. The school master sent Ato and Dede for cowries. Dede had three cowries and Ato had none. = …………….

Which of the above objects cannot roll? ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………… 21 .1 Use the following objects to answer the questions.0 SHAPES Exercise 3. Which of the above objects can roll? ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………… 2.4. A B E C F D G I H J 1.

. Edge Face 1.1 (II) Identify the edges and the faces of the following.. Which of the above objects have flat faces? ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………… 4. Edge Face A (i) …………………………………. 2.3. (i) …………………………………… B 22 . Which of the above objects have round faces? ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………… Exercise 3. (ii) ………………………………….

3.. …………………………………. Which of the above objects have i) Round edges …………………………………………… ii) Straight edges …………………………………………… 23 . D 4.. …………………………………. C (i) …………………………………… (ii) …………………………………… (iii) …………………………………… (i) …………………………………… (ii) …………………………………… (iii) …………………………………… (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) ………………………………….. ………………………………….. E 5.

6 Six 2. 4. 4.1 (I) Complete the following. ……. 8 Eight 3.1 (III) Colour the shapes with straight edges. 10 …………………… 24 . red and those with round edges.Exercise 3. 1.0 NUMBERS 6-10 Exercise 4. …….. yellow.

…………… 6. 4...1 (II) How many are there in each group? 1.. 5. ………………………………. ………………………………. ……………………………….. 2. ………………. 3. …………. 25 . ………………………………. ………………………………. Nine Exercise 4.5.

8 6 9 10 7 Exercise 4. 1 2 3 2.1 (III) Circle the smallest number. 1.1 (IV) Circle the correct number. 7 10 6 8 9 Circle the biggest number. 4 5 6 26 . 1. 3. 5 9 6 7 8 4.6. ………………………………. Exercise 4. 8 7 9 5 6 2.

10 8 9 4. ………. Write the correct number on the line provided. 27 . 5 6 7 6. 2. 4 5 6 5. 1. 9 8 7 4. ……….1 (V) Count these objects.3.

……………. 4. 28 . ……………. 5. ……………. 1. 4... …………….1 (IV) Look carefully at the picture below. ………..2. 6. ……… ……….. 2. How many of each shape are there? Write the correct number on the line against the shape.. 4. ………. 3.

0 5 5. 2 5 4. 6 7 7.1 (VII) Find the missing numbers. 4 7 3. 3 29 4 8 . 3 4 5 6 7 2.Exercise 4. 1. 4 8 8. 5 6 6.

2 ORDINAL NUMBERS Exercise 4. C B E F A D 1st C 2nd B 3rd E 4th F 5th A 6th D Exercise 4. Join the correct word to the correct position First 9th Third 6th Fifth 3rd Seventh 10th Ninth 7th Tenth 4th 30 .2 (i) Order the following. 1.2 (Ii) Order the following 1.4. D A Answer 1st E 2nd B C B E 3rdC 4th A last D 2.

…. 8] [ …. …] ..[ …. …. [ 6. …. …. [ …. …. …] 31 . …..[ …. [1. …. …] . [6. …]. …]. 5. …] . ….. [2. Second Fifth Fourth Third First 3. …]. 1.. 2] [ ….[ …. …]. [ ….[ …. …. …] .2 (II) Complete the following 1..[ …. …. …].[ …. …]. 8.8. 2] [ …..[ ….[ ….. …. 2. …] 6.5. …. 6.Eight 1st Six 2nd Fourth 5th Second 8th 2. …] . ….2 . …. [ 5. ….1] .[ ….[ ….[ ….[ …. Fill in the boxes with words in the correct order. …. …]. …] . ….6. …. …] . …]. …] . [ 1. …. …] . …. …] . ….. Fifth Exercise 4.. …].1] . [ …. …. …]..1] .[ …. …] .[ …. [ 1. …].1] .. ….[ ….. …. …. [2. [ …. 2] [ …. …] 7.5. ….[ …. [ …. 1. [1. …. …. 2] [ …. [ …. …. [5. [ 1.[ …. …. …] . …] .1] . …] 4. …] . …] 5. [ …. [ 3. …] 2. …] .1. [ 1.1. 5. …. ….[ …. Join the correct word to the correct order. [ 1. …] .[ …. …. [2.[ …. 6] [ …. …]. 1] [ …. …] 8.. …] 3.1] ..[ …. …. …].1. ….[ …. [ ….. …. …. 2. …].6] .[ …. 2] [ ….8] . …. …. …. [1.[ …. …].. …].

+ …………… = …………… 32 . + …………… = …………… 4. …………. …………. 4 + 4 =8 2.. + …………… = …………… 6... 3+4=7 3..3ADDITION EXERCISE 4.4. 1. + …………… = …………… 5.2 (I) Make addition sentences for the following group of objects. …………. ………….

……… + 4 = 9 3. 3. 0 + ……. 5. 6 + 0 = ……………. ……… + 1 = 3 9. 6.. 0 + 1 = ……………. 6 + 4 = ……………. 1 + ………. 1 + 0 = …………….7.. 9 + 0 = …………….3 (II) Add 1. = 9 11. 8. + …………… = …………… 8. 3 + ………. + …………… = …………… EXERCISE 4. 7 + 3 = ……………. 5 + ……… + 8 5. 4 + 6 = ……………. 11. = 2 12. 4 + 1 = ……………. 5 + 5 = ……………. ……… + 0 = 7 8. 4. ……… + 1 = 5 7. 9 + 1 = ……………. ……… + 3 = 8 2. 10. 2 + ……… = 7 33 . 7. 0 + 2 = …………….. 3 + 3 = ……………. 2. EXERCISE 4. …………. 9 + ………. = 6 10. = 6 6. …………. ……… + 6 = 8 4. 9.3 (III) Find the missing addend 1. 12.

+2 1 6 5 6. +4 1 4 6 2 5 4. +1 2 4 3 5.3 (IV) Join the numbers to show addition of numbers given in the diagrams. +3 3 4 2 34 8 . Fill in with the correct numbers.EXERCISE 4. 1. +3 2 5 4 3 7 6 2. +2 3 7 5 5 6 4 3.

1 (I) In how many ways can the following collections be separated into groups? 1. …………………… ………………………. …………………… 3. 35 ..1SUBTRACTIONS BY SEPARATION OF OBJECTS Exercise 5.5.. 0 and 9 3 and 6 1 and 8 2 and 7 4 and 5 2. ……………………… ……………….0SUBTRACTION 0 – 9 5. ………………… ……………………. …………………….

Take away 4 away ……………. . ……………… ………………. …………………… 5. = ……………… 3. ………………. Write a subtraction sentence. ………………… ……………. Exercise 5.4. 36 . …………………. 1.…………….1 (Ii) Take away the indicated number of objects from the given objects. K KKKK K KKKK K KKKK Take 3 k’s away 6–3=3 2.. ……………………. = …………… 4. Take 5 away …………… .………….

. Take 5 away …………. .………….. K KK D D How many more K’s? ………….…………... 5. 37 . .2HOW MANY MORE OR LESS EXERCISE 5.Take away 2 away ………… .2 (I) Match the following groups. A AAAA B BBBBB How many more B? ………….………… = …………… 5. How many more cups? ………… . 1.……………… = ………….B’s 5. = K 4. = …………... How many more exercise books? 6 – 4 = 2 2..…………… = …………… spoons 3.

.……. 9.………… = …………… Exercise 5. 3... 6.. = ………... 7..2 ……. 8.5 ……. = ………… 8.11 …….……. ...……. 9. S SSSS S SSSS ………… .. .8 ……. M MM ……….. 2. 7. = ………. 3.. . ……….. = ……….………… = ………… 38 . . = ………. 6.2 (Ii) Find the difference between the following pairs of numbers 1. 5. 9..……... ………… . 5.…………. . .. 4. = ………. = ………. = ………. 10. .…….7 ……. 9. A AA A AA 8–5=3 3.………… = ……….…………. 9. = ……….. 5. . 5–3=2 2.. = ……….. 2.7 ……. .…….B B BB B BB ……….2 3-2 = 1 6.7 …….. .………. = ………. 4. ………… . = ……….…….…….…….3 SUBTRACTION Exercise 5... 4. 11..How many more ? ………….3 (I) Make Subtraction Sentences in The Following 1.……… = ……….1 …….. 7.7 ……. . ..

10 – 9 = …………… 2.…………… = …………. 5. How many were still burning? ……………… . . Elsie had eight candies were left? ……….………… = ………….………… = ……………. 7 – 6 = ……………... 1. . . 9 – 2= ……………. .. .………… = …………… 5.. 7 – 1 = ……………. 3..………. 9 – 8 = ………….……….………… = ………. 8 – 3 = …………… Exercise 5. 6.5.. 4. P PPPP ……. Find the difference between nine and four. 39 . 7.. ………. Z ZZZZ Z ZZZ …………. 3 – 2 = …………. Ten take away five …………... Exercise 5.3 (Iii) Solve the following story problems.3 (Iii) Subtract 1. 3. 6 – 4 = …………… 9. 8. = ………… 10. Ten candles were lit.. 4. The wind blew off five.. 9 – 3 = …………….. Eight minus six …………. = ……………. 2. 10. . 4 – 1 = ………….

2. Which of the groups has 10 members? 6. Which of the groups has 5 members? 3. 3 40 . Which of the groups has 3 members? 4. Which of the groups has 9 members? 7.0 NUMBERS 0 – 20 Exercise 6. Which of the groups has 4 members? 5. in each box. This group contains 4 members.1 (I) How Many Numbers Are In Each Group? 1. 3 6. A B C D E F G 1. Which of the groups is empty? 2.1 (I) Write members of 1. Which of the groups has 14 members? Exercise 6.6. Look at the following groups and answer the questions below.

1. I J oval rectangle square circle twelve thirteen fourteen 13 14 11 K L M N O P Q m k q i o p j l n 41 . 6. 10. 8 3. 8.1 MATCHING GROUPS Exercise 6.2 (I) Match The Following Groups.2. 9. Triangle 2. 4. 8 7. Eleven 12 3. 5.

4. 6. 1. 1. 4. 0 2 4 2. 2 1 3 4 5 8 6 7 10 9 11 12 13 6.3 (I) Order The Following Groups.4 (I) Find The Missing Numbers. 12 42 14 16 . 5 11 15 2. 9 10 11 9 7 13 12 15 16 13 14 3.3 THE NUMBER LINE Exercise 6.2 ORDERING Exercise 6.

3. represents tens and represents ones.3. ……………………. ………………….. 43 .5 (I) Complete the following if 1. 5. 8 12 15 7. 11 6. ………………………. 19 2. 4.. 3 7 9 6. 1 3 5 4. ………………… 6. 13 15 17 5.4 Tens And Ones Exercise 6. …………………. 0 4 8 8.

5.5 (Ii) Write as tens and ones..ones 2. ………….5 NUMBERS 0 – 100 Exercise 6.Exercise 6.tens …………ones 7. ………….. 56 = …………………tens + ……………….ones ……………ten ………ones 8.ones 3. 1.ones 6.ones 3.. ………. …………. 42 = …………………tens + ……………….ten …………….6 (I) Complete The Following 1.ten ……….ones 44 . 11 = …………………tens + ……………….. 1 ten 4 ones 6.ten …………ones 4. ……….tens …………. 1 ten 7 ones 2.

= 3 tens + 4 ones 6. …………. = 2 tens + 9 ones 3.6 (Ii) Complete the following 1. 4. = 2 tens + 9 ones 2. 8 + 5 = ……………. 5 + 9 = ……………. = 7 tens + 2 ones 8. 4 + 8 = …………….ones 5. 20 = …………………tens + ………………. 68 = …………………tens + ……………….ones 10. 5 + 0 = …………….. 81 = …………………tens + ………………. ………. 40 = …………tens + …………….. 3.ones 6.ones 7. 12.. 9.ones 9.tens + 4 ones 7. 5. ones Exercise 6. 10. ………… = 9 tens + 8 ones 10..52 = ………….. 84 = …………………tens + ……………….ones 5. 9 + 7 = ……………. 14. 8 + 6 = ……………. 61 = ……………tens + ……… ones 9. 45 ..6 (Ii) Add 1. 49 = …………………tens + ………………...9 = …………………tens + ………………. 85 = …………. 16 = …………. ………….. 2.. tens + …………. 9 + 7 = …………….... 13.. 8. tens + ………. 5 + 4 = ……………..ones Exercise 6. 75 = …………………tens + ………………. 3 + 7 = ……………. 7. ones 4. 8 + 9 = ……………..4. …………. 6. 7 + 4 = ……………..ones 8. 2 + 7 = ……………. 6 + 6 = …………….. 11. 3 + 7 = …………….

8 + 5 2 8. 6 7. + 3. 5. 8 8 + 6 + 8 46 . ………… = 7 + 3 Exercise 6.6 (V) Add 1. ………… = 7 + 6 9. ………… = 9 + 2 6. + 6 + 6 0 11.6 (Iv) Add 1. ………… = 3 + 7 7. ………… = 9 + 0 8. 9 + 6 4. ………… = 4 + 6 4. 4 + 5 7 2 5 + 8 10. ………… = 3 + 3 5. 7 12. ………… = 8 + 4 3. + + 2 9. 6 + 5 2. ………… = 6 + 6 10. 7 6.Exercise 6. ………… = 9 + 9 2.

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