**Option 1**

1. Solve the problem:

The first bed has 6 zucchinis and the second bed has 3 more zucchinis than the first bed. How many zucchinis are there in the second bed?

2. Solve the expressions:

3+5= 7+8= 14-6+7=

4+4= 6+7= 8+5-9=

9-7= 12-3= 7-7+4=

3. Compare:

14 * 18 10-3 * 8 1dm7cm * 17cm

10 * 20 10+2 * 10 2 dm * 2 cm

4. Insert the missing numbers:

+ 6 =6 – 0 = 7 8 – = 0

5. Draw segments of length 4 cm and 7 cm. Find out how many cm the second segment is longer than the first one.

**Option 2**

1. Solve the problem

There are 9 roses in the first bed and 4 less roses in the second bed. How many roses are there in the second bed?

2. Solve the expression

6+2= 8+6= 15-8+7=

7+3= 9+5= 9+4-6=

10-4= 16-8= 8+8-0=

3. Compare:

20*19 10+7*17 1 dm 4 cm * 15 cm

11*13 9-2*9 20 cm * 2 dm

4. Insert the missing numbers:

– 9 = 0 3+ = 3 – 5 = 0

5. Draw segments 5 cm and 8 cm long. Find out by how many cm the second segment is longer than the first one.

**Term paper 2 **

**Option 1**

Arithmetic Dictation:

-Write down in order the numbers from 48 to 53.

– Write the number that comes after 74.

– Write the number that comes before 90.

– Write a number with 10 tens.

– Write the number that has 5 tens and 8 ones.

– Express the number 46 as a sum of digit components

– Write down the sum of the numbers 40 and 30.

– Write the difference of the numbers 100 and 20.

1. Solve the problem:

Twelve bushes were planted in the first row and 10 fewer bushes in the second row than in the first row. How many bushes in total were planted?

2. Solve the expressions:

27-7= 89-1= 12-9+6=

3+70= 60-40= 13-6-4=

36+1= 50+8= 3+8- 6=

3. Compare the expressions:

6 dm * 6 m 1m * 92cm

13mm * 6 cm 68mm * 6 cm

4. Draw 40 mm and 5 cm segments. Find out how many mm the first segment is shorter than the second.

5* Our cat has seven kittens. Some of them are red, two are black and one is white. How many red-haired kittens does the cat have?

**Option 2**

1. Solve a problem:

There were 14 pears in the basket and 4 fewer apples than pears. How much fruit was in the basket?

2. Solve the expression:

6+40= 77-1= 8+7-6=

80-20= 34-4= 6+9-5=

49+1= 65-5= 14-8+6=

3. Compare the expressions:

8m * 7 dm 1m * 98dm

25mm * 4cm 53mm * 5cm

4. Draw 10 mm and 6 cm segments. Find out how many mm the second segment is longer than the first.

5. *Grandma put 12 pears in a plate. After Mom took some pears and 3 pears of her grandchildren, there are 8 pears left on the plate. How many pears did Mom take?

**Term paper 3 for the first quarter**

On the topic: “Numbers from 1 to 100. Addition and subtraction”.

**Objective: **To check the following skills: to add and subtract numbers on the basis of knowledge of numbering;

– solve problems to find the unknown subtractor and subtractor;

– the ability to compare;

– and the ability to compare and find the length of broken lines.

**Option 1**

1. Make a drawing and solve the problem

There were 12 cars at the cab stand. After some cars left, 5 cars remained. How many cars left?

2. Find the value of the expressions

6+7-9= 15-(3+5)=

10+3-4= 8+(12-5)=

18-10+5= 9+(13-7)=

3. Compare, insert <, >, = instead of asterisks.

7+4 * 19 1m * 100cm

4cm 2mm * 24mm 59min * 1h

From the given numbers, write out all the two-digit numbers in ascending order:

18, 1, 44, 4, 40, 81, 8, 80

5. Draw a polyline of three links, knowing that the length of the polyline is 10 cm

6.* There are 15 candies in the box. When Sasha has eaten 6 candies and his brother has eaten some candies, there are 7 candies left in the box. How many candies did his brother eat?

**Option 2**

1. Make a diagram and solve the problem

Fishermen have caught some perch. They cooked a fish soup of 9 perches, and still had 7 perches left. How many perch in all did the fishermen catch?

2. Find the value of the expressions

5+8-9= 14-(2+5)=

10+5-6= 4+(16-8)=

19-10+7= 9+(18-10)=

3. Compare, insert <, >, = instead of asterisks.

8+5 * 14 1cm * 10mm

3dm 2cm * 23cm 1h * 30min.

4 From the given numbers, write out all the two-digit numbers in descending order:

62, 16, 6, 66, 20, 26, 2, 10.

5. Draw a polyline of three links, knowing that the length of the polyline is 8 cm

6.* Tanya and Masha have 13 nuts together. When Tanya ate 5 nuts and Masha ate some more, the girls had 6 nuts left. How many nuts did Masha eat?

**Term paper 4**

**Option 1**

1. Solve the problem.

Masha used 7 cones for crafts, and 5 more acorns. How many cones and acorns did Masha use?

2. Find the value of the expressions:

50-21= 60-20= 32+8=

45-20= 29-2= 79-(30+10)=

47+2= 87+3= 54+(13 – 7)=

3. Comparison:

10cm * 1m 50 min * 1 h10min

56cm * 6dm 5cm 23+8 * 40-10

4. Instead of asterisks, write + or – so that the entries are correct:

36 * 4 * 8 = 32 23 * 40 * 7 = 70

50*(20*10)=80 20*(30*10)=0

5* Put the missing numbers in the boxes

45 – 2[] = 21 30 + []5 = 55

[]8 + 22 = 70 9[] + 10 = 100

Option 2

1. Solve the problem.

Lena peeled 13 potatoes, and her sister peeled 6 fewer potatoes. How many potatoes did both girls peel?

2 Find the value of the expressions:

60-23= 70-30= 46+4=

63-20= 40-9= 63+(15-8)=

56+3= 95+5= 48-(10+20)=

3. Compare:

10dm * 1m 1 hr * 70min

89cm * 9dm8cm 12+9 * 50 – 30

4. Instead of asterisks, write + or – so that the entries are correct:

23 * 7 * 5 = 25 18 * 50 * 8 = 60

5* Put the missing numbers in the “boxes

39 – 1[] =28 40 + []3 = 63

[]3 + 17 = 40 6[] + 40 = 100

**Termination test 5**

**Addition and subtraction. Oral methods.**

**Option 1**

1) There were 20 pies on the plate. Mom put seven more pies, and Maria ate three pies. How many pies were on the plate?

2) Write out the equations with mistakes and correct them.

5 + 6 = 11 12 – 3 = 8

11- 8 = 4 8 + 9 = 15

14 – 7 = 9 13 – 7 = 6

3) Write the numbers 45, 67, 75, 54, 57, 76 in ascending order. Decrease each number by two tens and write the results.

4) Find the value of the expressions.

48+7-30= 67+(11-8)= 70-(42-6)= 80-6+3=

5) Fill in the blanks.

11cm 3mm = …mm 26 dm = …m …dm

1h 10min = …min 87mm = …cm …mm

6)* Masha had 18 candies. First she gave some sweets to Alyosha, and then

6 candies to Lena, and then she had 7 candies left. How many candies did she give to Alex?

**Option 2**

1) There were 15 children on the hill. After lunch, 7 more children come, and 8 children left the hill. How many children were left on the slide?

2) Write out the equations with errors and correct them.

7 + 8 = 15 15 – 9 = 4

14 – 6 = 9 7 + 6 = 12

16 – 8 = 5 12 – 9 = 3

3) Write the numbers 32 , 98 , 64 , 23 , 46 , 87 in descending order. Decrease each number

by two tens and write down the results.

4) Find the value of the expressions.

56+8-40= 80-(54-7)= 89+(12-9)= 90-9+4=

5) Fill in the blanks.

8cm 3mm = …mm 79 dm = …m …dm

1h 20min = …min 23 mm = …cm …mm

6)* Katya had 12 tangerines. At first she gave some tangerines to Vitya, and then

4 tangerines to Ola, after that she had 5 tangerines left. How many mandarins did Katya give to Vita?

**Term paper 6**

**Option 1**

1. Solve a problem.

A Christmas tree has seven red bulbs, six more blue ones than red.

and there are as many yellow ones as there are red and blue ones.

How many yellow bulbs are in the garland?

2. Solve the examples:

75 + 20= 90 – 3= 47 – 5 + 7=

84 + 6= 60 – 24= 83 – (40 + 30)=

14 + 8= 45 – 7= 60 + (27 – 7) =

3 Find the value of the expression 34 – c, if c=4, c=20

4. Fill in the blanks:

6dm 3cm = cm 50mm = cm

1h 10min = min 76dm = m dm

5. Draw a rectangle with sides 3cm and 4cm. Find the perimeter of this

figure.

6*. Instead of asterisks insert signs ” + ” or ” – “, and in the “boxes” write numbers so that the entries are correct:

* 8 < 13 – 8 25 + 5 = 37 *

**Option 2**

1. Solve the problem.

On a Christmas tree there are 11 spheres, four fewer icicles than spheres.

and the number of cones is the same as the number of spheres and icicles.

How many cones were hung on the tree?

2. Solve the examples:

54 + 30= 80 – 4= 36 – 4 + 6 =

78 + 2= 40 – 12 = 95 – (60 + 20) =

26 + 7= 36 – 8= 40 + (45 – 5)=

3. Find the value of the expression a + 30 if a = 7, a = 18

4. Fill in the blanks:

5m 8dm = dm 60 mm = cm

1h 20min = min 23 cm = dm cm

5. Draw a square with a side of 3cm. Find the perimeter of this figure.

6*. Instead of asterisks, put signs ” + ” or ” – ” and in the “boxes” write numbers so that the entries are correct:

11 – 7 < * 7 68 * = 57 + 3

**Term paper 7 **

**Option 1 **

1. Solve the problem.

For a holiday they bought 17 kg of pears, and 7 kg more apples. How many kilograms of fruit were bought for a holiday?

2. Calculate with a column:

53 + 37 86 – 35 36 + 17 40 – 7

36 + 23 80 – 56 88 – 81 65 + 28

3. Solve equations:

64 – x = 41 30 + x = 67

4. Insert the numbers in the boxes so that the entries are correct

2m = …dm 61 dm = …m …dm

3 dm = …..cm 47 cm = …dm …cm

8 cm 6 mm = …mm 80 min = …h … min

5. Draw one segment 1dm long and the other 3 cm shorter.

6*. 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.

**Option 2**

1. Solve the problem.

Schoolchildren planted 14 bushes and 6 fewer trees. How many saplings

saplings were planted?

2. Calculate with a column:

26 + 47 87 – 25 69 + 17 50 – 4

44 + 36 70 – 27 44 – 41 34 + 15

3. Solve the equations:

x + 40 = 62 x – 17 = 33

4. Insert the numbers in the boxes so that the entries are correct

5 dm = …cm 83mm = …cm…mm

3 m = …dm 56 cm = …dm …cm

8 cm 9 mm = …mm 75 min = …h …min

5.Draw one segment 1dm long and another 1cm longer.

6*. The sum of three numbers is 11. The sum of the first and second is 6, and the sum of the second and third is 9. Find these numbers.

**Term Paper 7 (changes in activity 5, **

**can be used for work on mistakes)**

**Option 1**

1. Solve the problem.

Children arrived at a summer camp on two buses. There were 46 children on the first bus, and eight fewer children on the second bus. How many children arrived at the summer camp?

2. Add the following up

36 + 24 42 + 37 55 + 16 73 – 46

97 – 46 90 – 35 77 – 22 60 – 9

3. Solve the equations

X + 15 = 37 54 – y = 33.

4. Compare

3 cm … 29 mm 1 h …. 60 min

5 dm … 1 m 3 cm 6 mm … 20 mm

5. Draw a rectangle with sides 2 cm and 3 cm. Find its perimeter.

**Option 2**

1. Solve the problem.

Vanya has read 23 thick books, and the number of thin books is 6 less. How many books has Vanya read in all?

2. Add the following up

90 – 35 55 – 32 67 – 26 70 – 8

34 + 47 55 + 45 68 + 19 24 – 17

3. Solve the equations

X + 22 = 50 y – 18 = 21.

4. Compare .

56mm … 7 cm 70min. … 1ч.

1m … 7 dm 5dm 7cm … 30cm

5. Draw a square with a side of 3 cm. Find its perimeter.

Term Paper 8

Option 1

1. Solve the problem:

One shelf has 65 books, and the second shelf has 40 fewer books, and the third shelf has as many books as the first and second shelves together. How many books are on the third shelf?

2. Do the column calculations:

53 + 37 86 – 35

36 + 23 80 – 56

65 + 17 88 – 81

3. Solve the expressions

60 – (42 – 38) = 1 x (28 – 15) = 2 x 4 =

96 – 34 + 20 = (60 + 4) x 0 = 5 x 3 =

4. Solve the equations

64 – у = 41

5. Draw a rectangle with sides 3cm and 4cm. Find the perimeter in different ways.

**Option 2**

1. Solve the problem:

The first book has 70 pages, the second book has 55 fewer pages than the first book, and the third book has as many as the first and second books together. How many pages are in the third book?

2. Do the calculations in columns:

57 – 43 26 + 47

48 – 44 44 + 36

70 – 27 62 + 17

3. Solve the expressions

34 + (23 – 15) = 0 x (98 – 63) = 3 x 3=

89 – 29 + 31 = (40 + 2) x 1 = 5 x 2 =

4. Solve the equations

Х – 17 =33

5. Draw a rectangle with sides 2cm and 5cm. Find the perimeter in different ways.

**Term paper 9.**

**Multiplication and division.**

**Option 1**

1. Make schematic drawings and solve the problems:

– How many wheels do 7 bicycles have if each bicycle has 2 wheels?

– There are 12 vitamins in a packet. Three vitamins should be taken per day. How many days will these vitamins last?

2. Replace multiplication with addition (where necessary) and calculate the value of the products.

31 x 2 = 8 x 5 = 0 x 30 =

10 x 4 = 18 x 3 = 9 x 1 =

3. Perform the calculations:

72 – 54 69 – 45 89 – (29 + 31)

37 + 59 46 + 44 (98 – 63) + 5

90 – 84 32 + 45 17 + (72 – 30)

4. Compare expressions:

15 x 4 …..15 + 15 + 15 + 15 71 x 5 …..5 x 72

7 x 0 ….0 x 16 (24 – 21) x 9 …. 2 х 9

23 х 4 …. 23 x 2 + 23 84 x 8 – 84 *….84 x 9

5. Draw a square with a side of 3 cm and calculate its perimeter ( 2 ways).

6.* Make and write five two-digit numbers made up of digits 1,2,3,4, whose digits stand in ascending order.

**Option 2**

1. Make schematic drawings and solve problems:

– How many cups are there on 3 tables if there are 8 cups on each table?

– The packers put 10 pieces of shoes in pairs into boxes. How many boxes did it take?

2. Replace multiplication with addition (where necessary) and calculate the value of the products.

15 x 4 = 8 x 3 = 0 x 34 =

10 x 5 = 28 x 2 = 8 x 1 =

3. Perform the calculations

57 – 43 23 + 56 (60 – 4) + 18

48 + 39 43 + 37 96 – (34 + 21)

44 – 28 70 – 65 34 + (43 – 20)

4. Compare the expressions:

16 x 3 … 16 + 16 + 16 68 x 6 … 6 x 68

8 х 0 …. 0 x 11 (39 – 36) x 9 …. 9 х 2

39 х 4 …. 39 x 2 + 39 48 x 7 – 48 ….48 x 8

5. Draw a square with a side of 4 cm and calculate its perimeter (2 ways).

6.* Make and write five two-digit numbers composed of digits 5,6,7,8, whose digits stand in ascending order.

**Term paper 10**

**Option 1**

1. Schematically draw and solve the problem.

A cake maker bakes two cakes. He put 6 cherries on each cake. How many cherries did the baker put on the cakes?

2. Solve the problem

There were 26 girls and 17 more boys in a sports competition. How many children in total participated in the sports competition?

3. Solve the examples:

8 x 2 = 9 x 0 = 18 : 2 =

10 x 4 = 2 x 8 = 8 : 4 =

2 х 5 = 14 : 7 = 12 : 1 =

4. Compare

2 dm 3 cm …. 3 dm 2 cm 1 h … 50 min

1 m 4 dm…. 14 dm 2 x 6 + 2 … 2 x 9

50 mm … 50 cm 60 : 10…. 60 : 6

5. Draw a rectangle with sides 2 cm and 5 cm. Find the perimeter of this rectangle.

6* Find the errors, put signs <, > or =.

24 : 3 = 16 : 2

54 + 37 = 49 + 44

93 – 67 = 64 – 39

**Option 2**

1. Make a schematic drawing of the problem and solve it.

Two vases were placed on the holiday table. There were 7 oranges in each vase. How many oranges were in the vases?

2. Solve a problem.

There are 34 birches in the park; the number of oaks is 17 more. How many trees grow in the park?

3. Solve the examples:

2 x 9 = 5 x 2 = 12 : 2 =

3 x 2 = 0 x 7 = 14 : 7 =

5 х 10 = 16 : 8 = 8 : 1 =

4. Compare

2 m 7 dm…. 27 dm 30 mm … 30 cm

5 dm 4 cm …. 4 dm 5 cm 70 : 7 … 70 : 10

1 h .. 60 min 2 x 9 – 2 … 2 x 8

5. Draw a rectangle with sides of 4 cm and 3 cm. Find the perimeter of this rectangle.

6* Find the errors, put signs <, > or =.

18 : 3 = 12 : 2

75 – 49 = 73 – 46

45 + 37 = 28 + 44

**Final Control for the Second Grade**

**Option 1**

1. Make a schematic drawing of the problems and solve them.

– Fifteen fish were bought for the kindergarten and placed equally in three aquariums. How many fish were placed in each tank?

– A gopher eats 6 kg of grain during the summer. How much grain will 2 gophers eat over the summer?

2. Solve the examples:

56+37= 7х2= 27:3=

74-39= 3х6= 16:2=

70-43= 9х3= 24:8=

89-6= 5х1= 0:7=

3. Solve the equations:

6 x X = 12 X : 3 = 8

4. Compare the expressions

3cm 5mm …. 36 mm 1 m … 100 cm

7dm … 60 cm 1 h … 50 min

5. Draw a rectangle that has a width of 2 cm and a length of 3 cm more. Find the perimeter of this rectangle.

6* Which action signs must be inserted to make the correct equations?

9 * 7 = 9 * 6 * 9

5 * 8 = 5 * 7 * 5

**Option 2.**

1. Make a picture of the problems and solve them.

– An otter caught eight fish each for his two youngsters. How many fish did the otter catch for his children?

– Grandma baked 12 cakes and put them on 3 plates. How many cakes were on each plate?

2. Solve the examples:

65-48= 3 х 8= 21 : 3=

26+48= 9 х 2= 12 : 2=

50-7= 7 х 3= 14 : 1=

64-37= 4 х 0= 16 : 2=

3. Solve the equations:

9 x X = 18 X : 4 = 3.

4. Compare the expressions.

10 cm … 1 dm 6 cm 7 mm … 60 mm

60 min …1 hr. 5 dm 6 cm … 65 cm

5. Draw a rectangle that has a length of 6 cm and a width 3 cm shorter. Find the perimeter of this rectangle.

6* Which action signs must be inserted to make the correct equations?

8 * 4 = 8 * 5 * 8

6 * 7 = 6 * 8 * 6