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Maths worksheets for more able Year 6 pupils

Maths worksheets for more able Year 6 pupils

This set of three worksheets come with answers and include questions on fractions, percentages, ratios, powers, roots, averages, number patterns and practical algebra. Each sheet builds on the work of the previous sheet(s) and follows the same format.
sessaregom
KS3 Maths: Percentages of Amounts (multiples of 5%)

KS3 Maths: Percentages of Amounts (multiples of 5%)

1. 1%, 10%, 25% and 50% of amounts 2. 5% and 20% of amounts 3. Multiples of 5% of amounts 4. Problem solving questions included 5. Examples include a visual approach to help pupils fully understand percentages of amounts (bar model) ***Worksheet Free***
fintansgirl
KS3 Maths: Percentage Increase and Decrease

KS3 Maths: Percentage Increase and Decrease

1. Starter on percentages of amounts 2. Mental methods on percentage increase and decrease 3. Calculator method on percentage increase and decrease 4. Examples include the bar model to help pupils understand that the original amount equals 100% ***Worksheet Free***
fintansgirl
Mega Christmas Bundle KS2

Mega Christmas Bundle KS2

A great purchase: All my Christmas resources so far at one great price. Bundle includes: Wordsearches Anagrams Code Cracker RE lessons Word problems Maths reasoning puzzles/investigations Reading Comprehension/poetry Missing punctuation Usual Price of all resources individually = £17 (Save 65%) plus this weekend- an extra 20% off!
richbreeds
Christmas Maths Reasoning tasks Problems pack- Maths mastery KS2 (6 different worksheets included)

Christmas Maths Reasoning tasks Problems pack- Maths mastery KS2 (6 different worksheets included)

Here are 6 different tasks I made. They are reasoning problems all based on some of the old Nrich maths problems for more able children upper KS2- but all altered and with a Christmas theme. Eric the elf Elf City Christmas Treats Mother Claus good Deals? North Pole Diner Christmas Animal Crackers Pack includes all 6 of the reasoning problems/tasks on easy to print/laminate individual sheets and all answers. This is a fun activity that keeps the learning going until Christmas and my class are loving these. I may well make some more (if I have time!)
richbreeds
Christmas Maths Worksheets - Year  5

Christmas Maths Worksheets - Year 5

12 Christmas themed maths worksheets for Year 5 classes, covering a wide range of topics from addition and subtraction with 3-digit numbers to finding fractions or percentages of 3-digit numbers. This bundle includes worksheets on comparing fractions and comparing numbers along with fun Christmas themed subtraction and division problem sheets. In total 12 topics are covered in this bundle. Includes both colour and black and white copies of each worksheet and each answer page! Suitable for Elementary school students (US) and Primary school students (UK). Inside you will find… 1 Christmas themed, Addition Box Challenge sheet using 3-digit and 2-digit numbers. 1 Christmas themed, Shopkeeper’s Supplies Subtraction sheet using 3-digit and 2-digit numbers. 1 Christmas themed, Multiplication Box Challenge sheet using 3-digit and 2-digit numbers. 1 Christmas themed, Shopkeeper’s Orders Division sheet using 3-digit and 2-digit numbers. 1 Christmas themed, Place Value Grid sheet using 4-digit numbers. 1 Christmas themed, Factor Bugs worksheet with 3-digit numbers. 1 Christmas themed Scaling Grid sheet for dividing and multiplying 4-digit numbers by 100. 1 Christmas themed, comparing numbers worksheet with numbers up to 100,000 1 Christmas themed, comparing fractions worksheet 1 Christmas themed sheet of questions on finding fractions of 3-digit numbers 1 sheet of Christmas themed questions on rounding decimal numbers to the nearest whole. 1 Christmas themed sheet of questions on finding percentages of 3-digit numbers Plus Black and White Copies of each worksheet and answer sheet! Viking Themed Worksheets for Year 5 Classes: Viking Themed Worksheets for Year 5 Egyptian Factor Scarab Beetles (Factor Bugs) for Year 5 Classes: We take bundle requests! Created using PrimaryMathsResources.com ©Primary Maths Resources, 2017
PrimaryMathsResources
Who has stolen the World Cup? Maths 'Whodunnit' differentiated 2 ways with answers.

Who has stolen the World Cup? Maths 'Whodunnit' differentiated 2 ways with answers.

Contained in this resource is a maths 'Whodunnit' activity. This resource involves pupils in finding out which one of the eight former World Cup winning captains has stolen the World Cup Trophy, by working out maths clues and eliminating the suspects. This activity could be collaborative or individual and is guaranteed good fun! This has been differentiated two ways and contains questions on direction using 8 points of the compass, basic calculation and the working out missing angles in a triangle. There are also some much more challenging BIDMAS type questions in the Higher Ability version. If you liked this resource there are two other ones available for download...Who stole Christmas, and Who stole Rudolph's Red Nose Whodunnits! If you've downloaded this resource please rate it and provide feedback - all views welcomed. Thanks
rich4ruth
Equivalent fractions - Simplifying and multiplying - Finding fractions of amounts - Working with %

Equivalent fractions - Simplifying and multiplying - Finding fractions of amounts - Working with %

This PowerPoint focuses on the following learning objectives: Y3: To be able to find equivalent fractions Y4: To be able to solve simple measure problems involving fractions Y6: To be able to solve problems involving the calculations of percentages Recognising equivalent fractions and understanding how to make them Understanding the fraction wall The steps involved in finding fractions of amounts The link between fractions and percentages Converting fractions into percentages and then simplifying The worksheets that I have incorporated in this lesson are not mine.
HajerGomri
Year 6 Daily Arithmetic SATs revision

Year 6 Daily Arithmetic SATs revision

Here is a set of arithmetic starters which I use daily with my current Year 6 class. I call these 'Terrific Tens' and we do them for 10 minutes a day at the start of each Maths lesson. I put three songs on Youtube for the children to listen to whilst completing the tests (the winners from each session then choose the next songs!) and depending on what I assess my class at and the difficulty of the paper, give them an amount of time to complete the page. I then model how to answer each question and the children mark their own. I do not collect the scores up as, at the start of the year, my children were nervous about their scores. However, I now find they are so enthusiastic about sharing their scores as they are proud of what they have achieved! My children absolutely LOVE these and since doing these each day, the results in our termly arithmetic test have significantly improved. In this resource, there are 100 days worth of 10 arithmetic questions. On each page, there is a set of 10 arithmetic style questions which I have created myself by using the Maths objectives alongside examples of previous Arithmetic questions. These questions are mixed up, as they will be in the test they face next May. This helps the children to apply their knowledge. I have tended to focus on the more challenging questions (e.g. dividing fractions, mixed number subtractions etc...) rather than times tables, as this is what my class needed to ensure they are getting 35+ on every arithmetic paper. Currently, after using these Terrific Tens, 74% of my class of 31 pupils scored 35+ marks on the last Arithmetic paper we sat [December 2017]. This is comparative to just 6% of pupils on the initial entry assessment in September 2017. I firmly believe that daily Arithmetic through this Terrific Tens has supported my children with this and I will be continuing these up until SATs.
Becky-Stevie