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Can You Get 10/10 In This Grade 1 Maths Problem?

Mathematics plays a crucial role in our lives, and understanding it from an early age can be a building block for future success. Grade 1 Math introduces young learners to the fundamental concepts and skills necessary for their mathematical journey.

In this blog post, we present a series of Grade 1 Math problems that will challenge your skills and make you wonder, “Can I get a perfect score of 10/10?”

Grade 1 Math lays the foundation for further mathematical growth. Challenging yourself with these Grade 1 Math problems not only tests your skills but also highlights the importance of understanding fundamental concepts.

Whether you achieve a perfect score or identify areas for improvement, remember that learning is a continuous process. So, let’s embrace the exciting world of math and continue to sharpen our skills as we navigate our mathematical journey.

1. What is the name of this 3D shape?

 What is the name of this 3D shape?

A. Cone

B. Cube

C. Prism

D. Square

2. What is the name of this 3D shape?

 What is the name of this 3D shape?

A. Prism

B. Sphere

C. Cylinder

D. Oval

3. What is the name of this 3D shape?

 What is the name of this 3D shape?

A. Cone

B. Cube

C. Prism

D. Triangle

4. Complete the table.

 Complete the table?

A. 550, 700, 800

B. 700, 750, 800

C. 550, 650, 750

D. 850, 800, 750

5. How many oranges and mangoes are there on the table?

Use the table below to answer the question, how many types of fruits are there in the table?

A. 7

B. 5

C. 12

D. 75

7 oranges + 5 mangoes =12

6. How many apples are on the table?

A. 6

B. 0

C. 2

D. 3

7. How many total fruits are there on the table?

A. 10

B. 19

C. 20

D. 4

7+3+5+4 = 19

8. A farmer has 13 apples, he ate 3 apples when he was working and 4 apples on his walk home. How many apples are left with him?

A. 10

B. 6

C. 20

D. 7

13-3-4=6

9. Kayla and Keira had a picnic. Kayla brought 3 bananas and Keira brought 2 apples. How many fruits do they have for their picnic?

A. 32

B. 5

C. 7

D. 14

3+2=5

10. A monkey had 9 bananas, and it ate 2. How many bananas are left?

A. 2

B. 0

C. 6

D. 7

9-2=7

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