Year 2 test papers: Key stage 1 tests: 2019 mathematics test materials
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The Tests
Key Stage 2 SATs take place nationally in the week commencing Monday 11 May 2020. Statutory tests will be administered in the following subjects:
 Reading (60 minutes)
 Spelling (approximately 15 minutes)
 Punctuation, Vocabulary and Grammar (45 minutes)
 Mathematics
 Paper 1: Arithmetic (30 minutes)
 Paper 2: Reasoning (40 minutes)
 Paper 3: Reasoning (40 minutes)
Generally, there are no tests to be administered in science this year. Schools selected for science sampling will administer the test within a 2week period.
All tests are externally marked.
As in recent years, writing will be teacher assessed.
Reading
The reading test consists of a single test paper with three unrelated reading texts. Children are given 60 minutes in total, which includes reading the texts and answering the questions.
A total of 50 marks are available.
Questions are designed to assess the comprehension and understanding of a child’s reading.
During the reading paper, a child’s inference and deduction skills are thoroughly tested. They will also be expected to answer questions on authorial choices, explaining why an author has chosen to use particular vocabulary, grammar and text features.
Some questions are multiple choice or selected response; others require short answers and some require an extended response or explanation.
Sample reading questions:
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar
A spelling test is administered containing 20 words, which lasts approximately 15 minutes. A separate test is given on grammar, punctuation and vocabulary.
This test lasts for 45 minutes and requires short answer questions including some multiple choice. Marks for these two tests are added together to give a total for grammar, punctuation and spelling.
Sample question:
Mathematics
The mathematics tests have undergone the biggest change in recent years. Children will sit three tests: paper 1: arithmetic, paper 2: reasoning and paper 3: reasoning.
Paper 1 is for arithmetic lasting for 30 minutes, covering calculation methods for all operations, including use of fractions, percentages and decimals.
Questions gradually increase in difficulty. Not all children will be expected to access some of the more difficult questions later in the paper.
Papers 2 and 3 cover problem solving and reasoning, each lasting for 40 minutes.
Pupils will still require calculation skills but will need to answer questions in context and decide what is required to find a solution.
ICAS Year 2 Test — Maths, English, Science & More
Sign up your school for ICAS today. Parent Payment System registrations close 17 July. Learn more
The best thing about ICAS for our Year 2 students is that it gives them an opportunity to complete a test in a real assessment environment, preparing them beautifully for NAPLAN the following year.
The data we receive from it is also very insightful and crucial for understanding the progress of each student. Many people don’t realise the significance of the transition between infants and primary (where they are suddenly expected to do more and know more). Having these results on hand helps us identify the best way to support each individual student.
Nardin HannaFormer Year 2 classroom teacher and Head of Years for K2
Identify your students’ learning needs
ICAS is a goldstandard online competition that can help you understand your Year 2 students’ strengths and learning needs across core curriculum subjects.
It’s primarily run to recognise and reward academic achievements; however, the extensive results data helps to paint a vivid picture of each student’s learning progress, allowing you to hone your classes and meet their unique needs.
The assessments are designed by psychometricians, education measurement experts and experienced teachers who use the curriculum as a guide.
What you’ll learn about your students with the ICAS Year 2 test
Their strengths and weaknesses, clearly marked with “S” and “W”
How they compare against their classmates, the school and the nation for key skill areas
Whether their skill level is below their grade, on par or above it
Which students need extra work or extra support
Whether new support classes or gifted and talented classes are needed
Which way your students’ performance is trending
ICAS Year 2 test subjects
Exam papers can differ depending on the year level and country for ICAS. To find the right paper for your country, please see the “Exam papers by year level” table on this page.
English
The introductory paper (for students in the equivalent of Year 2 in Australia) for ICAS English covers the following foundational skills areas:
 Text comprehension
 Writer’s craft
 Syntax
 Vocabulary
Students must demonstrate competency for each skill areas by identifying, explaining and analysing specific areas of the provided text.
See sample test
Mathematics
The ICAS Mathematics introductory paper covers foundational numeracy skills and includes questions on the following skill areas:
 Number and arithmetic
 Algebra and patterns
 Measures and units
 Space and geometry
 Chance and data
See sample test
Science
The ICAS Science introductory paper covers the following skill areas for students:
 Earth and beyond
 Natural and processed materials
 Life and living
 Energy and change
To answer these questions, students must observe and measure, interpret, predict and conclude, investigate, and demonstrate reasoning and problemsolving abilities.
Digital Technologies
The ICAS Digital Technologies introductory paper includes these skill areas and many more:
 Digital systems
 Peripheral devices
 Basic operations
 Multimedia
 Basic web concepts
 Email fundamentals
 Social media
Spelling Bee
The Spelling Bee introductory paper tests much more than just spelling itself. Other important skill areas are:
 Dictation
 Applying rules and conventions
 Proofreading
 Error correction
Students must demonstrate visual, phonological, morphemic and etymological skills to succeed at these assessments.
See sample test
Prepare for the Year 2 ICAS exam with past papers
ICAS past papers are the most authentic way for your child to practice the Year 2 assessments for ICAS, with actual former questions and answers from the competition.
All year levels for ICAS
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Collection of tests in mathematics grade 2 UMK School of Russia
Collection of tests
for grade 2
9 0002 EMC «School of Russia»
Q
Entrance Test
Option 1

Number entries in decreasing order:
14, 12, 8, 2, 0, 10, 5, 11

Calc.
9 + 10 = 13 — 3 =
8 + 2 = 10 — 2 =
8 — 7 = 16 — 10 =
4 + 4 =. 20 — 1 \u003d

Solve the problem:
There were 9 chickens in the yard, and 3 less ducks. How many ducks were in the yard?

Record missing action signs “+” and “” — so that equalities and inequalities become true:
7… 1
9… 1 = 80003

Draw two lines. The length of the first is 8 cm, and the length of the second is 2 cm shorter.
Entrance Test
Option 2

Number entries in ascending order:
20, 4, 1 5, 9, 12, 11, 0, 8

Comp.
10 + 8 = 11 — 10 =
4 + 3 = 10 — 4 =
8 — 6 = 15 — 5 =
2 + 5 =. 18 + 1 =

Solve the problem:
There were 8 chickens in the yard, and 2 less ducks. How many ducks were in the yard?

Record missing action signs «+» and «» — so that equalities and inequalities become true: 0036

Draw two segment. The length of the first is 5 cm, and the length of the second is 4 cm longer.
Test
on the topic «Numbers from 1 to 100. Numbering»
Option 1

Solve the problem:
Is grandpa older than grandma?

0022 Compare.
8 m … 7 in 1 m … 88 cm
35 mm … 4 cm 35 mm … 5 cm

Represent numbers as a sum of digit terms.
56 = … + …
49 = … + …
5*. Do the calculations.
3 dec. + 5 dec. =
6 dec. — 4 dec. =
6* . Our cat has 7 kittens. Some of them are red, 2 black and 1 white.
How many ginger kittens does a cat have?
Examination
on the topic «Numbers from 1 to 100. Numbering»
Option 2

Solve the problem:
Dad is 37 years old and mom is 7 years younger. How old is mom?

0022 Compare.
5 m … 8 dm 1 m … 95 cm

m … 2 cm 68 mm … 6 cm

sums of bit terms.
68 = … + …
19 = … + …
5* . Do the calculations.
5 dec. + 1 dec. =
8 dec. — 5 dec. =
6* . Grandma put 12 pears on a plate. After the grandchildren took 1 pear from the plate, 8 pears remained. How many grandchildren does the grandmother have?
Examination
on the topic «Numeric expressions»
Variant 1
9003 6
Solve the problem:
There were 17 words in the crossword. After guessing a few words, it remains to guess 5 words. How many words did you guess?

9 + (13 — 7) =
4 cm 2 mm … 24 mm 1 m … 100 cm
7 + 4 … 19 59 min. … 1 hour

Draw a polyline with three links, knowing that the length of the polyline is 9see

Put the signs of actions so that the inequalities become true.
16 … 8
7 … 7 12
6* . Tanya and Masha together have 15 sweets. When Tanya ate 4 candies and Masha a few more, the girls had 6 candies left. How many sweets did Masha eat?
Examination
on the topic «Numeric expressions»
Variant 2
9003 6

Solve the problem:
Anglers caught some bass. From 9 perch they boiled the fish soup, and they had 7 more perches left. How many perches did the anglers catch in total?

(18 — 10) =
3 in 2 cm … 23 cm 1 cm … 10 mm
8 + 5 … 14 1 h … 30 min.

Draw a broken line made up of three links of length 2 cm, 3 cm, 4 cm.
11 … 6 4
9 … 2
6* . There are 15 candies in a box. When Sasha ate 6 sweets and his
brother ate several sweets, there were 7 sweets left in the box. How many sweets did your brother eat?
Test on the topic
«Addition and subtraction of numbers up to 100»
Option 1

Solve the problem:
There were 35 newspapers in the kiosk. The seller sold 8 newspapers yesterday and 6 more today. How many newspapers are left to sell?

3
60 — 40 = 37 — 6 =

Calculate by indicating the order of operations:
70 — (2 + 3) = 25 + (19 — 4) =
4 . Draw two lines. The length of the first is 1 dm, and the second is 8 cm. How many centimeters is the first segment longer than the second?
5*. Insert numbers into the «windows» so that:
1). equality has been preserved;
2). the equal sign has changed to a «».
52 + = 52 +
Make two entries.
Examination on the topic
«Addition and subtraction of numbers up to 100»
Option 2

Solve the problem:
There were 27 buses in the garage. First, 7 buses left the garage, and then 8 more. How many buses are left in the garage?

3
80 — 40 = 56 — 4 =

Calculate using the order of operations:
83 + (9 3) = 70 — (40 + 20) =
4 . Draw two lines. The length of the first is 7 cm, and the second is 1 dm. By how many centimeters is the first segment shorter than the second?
5*. Insert numbers into the «windows» so that:
1). equality has been preserved;
2). the equal sign changed to the sign «
41+=41+.
Make two notes.
Examination based on the results of the 1st half of the year
Option 1

Solve problem
There are 7 girls skating, 6 more boys than girls, and as many adults as girls and boys together. How many people are skating in total?

36

Solve the equation:
8 + x = 12 y — 6 = 8

Draw a rectangle with sides 4 cm and 3 cm and find its perimeter.

Comp.
6 in. 3 cm … 36 cm 34 – 6 … 36 — 8
49 mm … 5 cm 34 + 54 … 45 + 34
6*. Instead of asterisks, insert the signs “+” or ““, and write the numbers in the “boxes” so that the entries are correct:
* 8
Control work based on the results of the 1st half of the year
Option 2
900 36


Solve the problem
14 balls were hung on the New Year tree, 6 less icicles than balls, and as many cones as balls and icicles together. How many cones did you hang on the tree?

6

Solve the equation:
x — 9 = 8 17 — y = 8

Draw a square with a side of 3 cm and find its perimeter.

Compare
5 m 8 in … 85 in 56 – 7 … 56 – 9
59 mm … 6 cm 34 + 47 … 26 + 56
90 0226*. Instead of asterisks, insert the signs «+» or ««, and write the numbers in the «windows» so that the entries are correct:
13 — 9
Test on the topic
«Written methods of addition and subtraction»
Variant 1

Do the calculations by writing the examples in a column.
53 + 37 = 86 — 35 =
36 + 23 = 80 — 56 =
65 + 17 = 88 — 81 =

Solve Equations 9000 6 .
64 — x = 41 30 + x = 67

Rectangular garden decided to build a fence. How many meters of the fence will have to be made if the garden is 36 meters long and 15 meters wide?
4. Solve problem .
Lena read 16 books, and Katya — 3 less. How many books did Lena and Katya read together?
5*. The sum of three numbers is 16. The sum of the first and third is 11, the sum of the third and second is 8. Find these numbers.
Test on the topic
«Written methods of addition and subtraction»
Option 2

Perform calculations by writing examples in a column.
26 + 47 = 87 — 25 =
44 + 36 = 70 — 27 =

17 = 44 — 41 =

Solve equations.
x + 40 = 62 x — 17 = 33

We decided to sheathe a squareshaped scarf with braid on all sides. How many centimeters of ribbon will be needed if the side of the scarf is 21 cm?

Solve the problem.
Schoolchildren planted 14 bushes, but 6 less trees. How many seedlings did the students plant in total?
5 *. The sum of three numbers is 11. The sum of the first and second is 6. and the sum of the second is
and the third is 9. Find these numbers.
Test on the topic
«The specific meaning of multiplication and division »
Option 1 9000 3

Draw a picture for the problem and solve it.
How many wheels do 8 bicycles have if each bicycle has 2 wheels?

Replace multiplication with addition and calculate the value of the expressions.
31 2 = 8 5 =
10 4 = 3 3 =
15 + 4 … 15 + 15 + 15 + 15
7 ∙ 6 … 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 4 – 21) ∙ 9 … 2 9

Draw a square with a side of 4 cm and calculate the sum of the lengths of its sides.

Put signs of arithmetic operations so that the equality becomes true.
7 • 4 = 7 … 3 … 7
..
Control work on the topic
900 02 «The specific meaning of multiplication and division »
Option 2

Draw a picture for the problem and solve it.
Each bike has 2 wheels. How many wheels do six of these bicycles have?

Replace multiplication with addition and calculate the value of the expressions.
21 2 = 9 3 =
20 4 = 2 8 =

Comp.
15 + 15 + 15 + 15 … 15 • 5
7 + 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 … 7 • 7 9… (2522) • 9

Draw a rectangle with sides 3 cm and 5 cm and calculate the sum of the lengths of its sides.

Put signs of arithmetic operations so that the equality becomes true.
5 … 4 … 5 \u003d 5 • 5
Test on the topic
«Multiplication and division »
Option 1
1. Draw a picture for the problem and solve it .
Grandma baked 12 pies and put them on 3 plates. How many pies were on the plate?

Solve examples
9 2 = 7 3 = 21 : 3 =


Solve equations
9 x = 18 x : 4 = 3

The perimeter of a rectangle is 20 cm and its length is 6 cm. Find the width of the rectangle.

Compare
3 • 4 … 6 • 2
21 : 3 … 16 : 2
3 • 3 … 27 : 3
6 *. Fill in the missing numbers and signs so that the equalities are true.
90 — ( … 40) = 30
Multiplication and division
Variant 2
1. Draw a picture for the problem and solve it.
15 books were brought to the library and divided into 3 shelves equally. How many books were placed on each shelf?

Solve examples
7 2 = 9 3 = 27 : 3 =
3 6 = 2 8 = 16 : 2 =
 9 0037
Solve equations
6 x = 12 x : 3 = 8

The perimeter of a rectangle is 18 cm and its length is 5 cm. Find the width of the rectangle.

Compare
3 • 8 … 9 • 2
18 : 3 … 12 : 4
1 • 5 … 5 : 3
90 0226 *. Fill in the missing numbers and signs so that the equalities are true.
40 + ( … 20) = 80
62 — 37 = 8 …
Final test 90 008
for 2nd grade course
Option 1

Solve the problem:
57 kg of cabbage were delivered to the school canteen, and 16 kg more potatoes. How many kilograms of vegetables were brought to the dining room?

Calc.
9 + 7 = 25 + 13 =. 47 — 22 =. 11 — 9 + 13 =
15 — 7 = 15 + 35 = 50 — 8 = 20 + (17 — 6) =

4 Compare and put the sign «» or «=» instead of an asterisk:
4 dec … 4 units
3 dm 2 cm … 23 cm
57 mm … 5 cm 6 mm
100 cm . .. 1 m
9002 2 5. Draw a rectangle with sides 2 cm and 3 cm. Find its perimeter.
6 *. Fill in the gaps with the numbers so that the equalities become true.
2… — … = 20
3… — 1… = 46
Final examination
for the 2nd grade course 90 008
Option 2

Solve the problem:
After Kolya has read 46 pages, he has 17 fewer pages left to read. How many pages should Kolya read in total?

Calc.
7 + 9 =. 24 + 36 = 61 — 31 = 19– 8 + 17 =
17 — 9 = 32 + 15 = 60 – 7 = 24 + (36 — 25) =

Solve the equations
34 – x = 19 y + 25 = 38 9 0003
4. Compare and put the sign «» or «=» instead of an asterisk:
6 dec … 6 units
10 cm … 1 dm
6 cm 7 mm … 60 mm
5 dm 3 cm … 35 cm
5 .Draw a square with a side of 4 cm. Find its perimeter.
6 *. Fill in the gaps with the numbers so that the equalities become true.
1… + … = 24
4… — 2… = 21
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