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End of Year 6 Test Assessment

End of Year 6 Test Assessment

This resource is to support teachers with end of year progress assessments by assessing against the Year 6 mathematics objectives from the National Curriculum. It also includes a tracker sheet to help identify gaps in knowledge. For more Assessment resources, visit our website here.
ClassroomSecrets
Times Table (multiplication) games. A complete set!

Times Table (multiplication) games. A complete set!

This is a fantastic set of resources for practicing times tables. They are great for quick activities at the start of lessons or in quick maths slots. The children will role two dice and add the digits together. They will then multiply this by a given times table and place a O or X on the corresponding square. The aim of the game is to get 4 in a row. Children are able to block each other if they happen to role the number required. Game can be played in twos, however alternative versions are possible such as three in a row with three or four children using a different colour pen each. An excellent, fun way to revise times tables!
kimberleyanddarren
Huge multiplication and division pack all techniques included. Answers included

Huge multiplication and division pack all techniques included. Answers included

Multiplication and Division Pack 40+ pages plus answers. Really good value resoources covers loads. Contents Grid Multiplcation 1. Grid multiplication with missing numbers. Long Multiplcation. Traditional style Long Division. Long Multiplication and Division Problems. Putting the skills pupils have learnt into context with worded questions. Egyptian Multiplication/Russian Multiplication. Ways other countries attempt long multiplication. Chinese Multiplication. Spiralling Sums. Long multiplications. Answers are written in words in a spiral grid. Shaded squares then read out mystery countries. The Number 6/7 Multiple Maze. Work out the sum, see if it is a multiple of the given number and try to find your way through the maze. The complexity of the two tasks combined gives it the level 5 rating ! The Number 8/9 Multiple Maze. Multiplication and Division Cross Numbers. Prime Numbers Finding Prime Factors and leaving in index notation. Finding Highest Common Factors. An exercise using common factors to find dimensions of a cuboid. Finally finding Lowest Common Multiples. Factors and Multiples Game. There is a similar game using only the numbers 1- 25, but it doesn’t have a solution. This puzzle has been changed so pupil’s don’t feel cheated and can find a solution! Investigations using Indices. Prime Pirate Maze. A very simple way of reinforcing the prime numbers and the “look” of a prime number. With less able groups write on the bottom of the sheet all the prime numbers from 1 to 100 as a reminder. The strategy for solving the maze is interesting to watch. Some pupils start from different points trying to find routes. Some simply colour in the prime numbers at random until the routes appear! A Prime Maze. Prime and Square Numbers. A snakes and ladders game used to reinforce prime numbers and square numbers. It makes it a lot more interesting if pupils have to land exactly on the win square to finish. Multiplying by Powers of 10. Dividing by Powers of 10. Zap to Zero. Place Value. A game using the skills of place value. Stamps Four different investigations using stamps as a central theme.Probability (Equally Likely Outcomes). Questions based around equally likely outcomes. Assigning Probabilities. The different ways of assigning probabilities are dealt with here. Pupils have to carry out surveys and experiments. There are SAT style questions choosing which method of assigning a probability is best. Finally, comparing Theory and Experimental probabilities. Experimental Probabilities. (Bonus pages). Pupils should be encouraged to find probabilities by experiment. Here we have questions based on experiments or surveys that have previously been carried out.
deavion56
End of Year 5 Test Assessment

End of Year 5 Test Assessment

This resource is to support teachers with end of year progress assessments by assessing against the Year 5 mathematics objectives from the National Curriculum. It also includes a tracker sheet to help identify gaps in knowledge. For more Assessment resources, visit our website here.
ClassroomSecrets
KS2 Maths Investigations Bundle

KS2 Maths Investigations Bundle

2 packs of KS2 Maths Investigations - one set includes 5 investigations around a ‘Chinese New Year’ theme (Could also be used as part of a topic on China), the other set includes 5 investigations with a World Cup theme (football). These investigations allow children to explore possibilities, work systematically, find patterns, predict results and analyse outcomes. Children will be able to show their reasoning and problem solving skills through a range of interesting activities. Every investigation also includes a challenge activity to extend higher attaining children. An answers document is also included to support teaching. Leave a review for this resource and get a FREE resource with three easy steps: STEP 1: Leave a review for this resource on TES. STEP 2: Email us at: learndbresources@gmail.com , saying which resource you’d like to get for FREE! STEP 3: We’ll email you any single paid resource from our shop for FREE!
MrBallard23
Median Maths Centre selected worksheets

Median Maths Centre selected worksheets

Various worksheets made by “Median maths centre” who no longer seem to exist. Some of these are great. Contents of each pdf listed below: Number: Missing Zero (place value) 2, 5, 10 (simple multiplication) Which times table? (multiplication) Which numbers? (multiply/add) Divisorgrams 1, Divisorgrams 3a (factors/multiples) Power Problems 1 (powers) Alg-Expressions (algebraic expressions): Building expressions 1 (“flow diagrams” is the topic name given, but it’s really more function machines) Fairly long worms (“flow diagrams” or function machines) Five two (“flow models” or function machines) Spider (substitution) Writing expressions (notation / symbols) Translation (notation / symbols) Linear eqns (linear equations): The Game Solve it (bar models) Equation steps Unjumbling Seq (sequences): Stick Patterns 3 Bracketneed (brackets) 4 in a line (coordinates) Probability: Different Red/yellow balls Area: Thirds 2 congruent halves
pingleby
Football World Cup 2018 Whodunnit Activity Year 5

Football World Cup 2018 Whodunnit Activity Year 5

Enjoy the Football World Cup 2018 with this whodunnit activity for Year 5. A great revision task of the Year 5 objectives. The Football World Cup trophy has been stolen and you have been set the challenge of finding out who stole it, when, why and where it was hidden. Solve the questions to find all the answers. Football World Cup 2018 Whodunnit Activity Year 4 Football World Cup 2018 Whodunnit Activity Year 3
Littlesherbetlemon
World Cup Maths Week

World Cup Maths Week

A week of maths that I have planned to run alongside the world cup. It is aimed at year 5 but could easily be adapted to suit others. It covers a range of curriculum areas such as addition, rounding, interpreting timetables etc. I have included all of the images, resources etc that I used to allow for it to be edited. The resource doesn’t upload in the present folders so the order is as follows Day 1 - Day one task and team sheet with wages Day 2 - Question one, question two and question three Day 3 - Question sheet Day 4 - Stadium overview Day 5 - Table of players SMART presentation begins each day Images aren’t required for the lessons. I have included them in case you wanted to adapt, change or completely redo the planning.
cnesbitt1811
Prime Factorisation Reference

Prime Factorisation Reference

This reference sheet is designed to support numeracy as well as problem solving in student with varying levels of achievement in Maths. There are brief reviews of prime factorisation, lowest common multiples, and highest common factors. While this file does not constitute a complete lesson, there are many differentiated ideas for support and discussion in the Approaches to teaching section at the end. This resource should reduce anxiety for struggling students and improve the efficiency of those who are more comfortable with the subject matter.
ChrisLebourveau
Difficult Highest Common Factors

Difficult Highest Common Factors

Determining the highest common factor is a significant step in simplifying fractions. This can be difficult when dealing with larger numbers. Students may become frustrated and disengaged at an early stage if this important prerequisite to algebra does not go well. This lesson package teaches students a simple, trustworthy method to find the answer more quickly than simply guessing. In a few easy steps, they will even be able to find highest common factors of numbers above 100,000. This package includes a lesson plan, a worksheet, an answer key, and differentiated teaching suggestions. Lesson Plan What are we learning? (Including a brief review) Why is this important? What can I do with this in the real world? How does it work? (Step by step and fully annotated) Why does it work? (Theoretical underpinnings) Worksheet Two “almost complete” answers requiring students to fill in the blanks Two questions with the answer started Six questions requiring students to go through the entire solution on their own Answer Key Every answer shows the complete process, start to finish Unusual cases include additional explanations May be printed and/or distributed separately from the questions Approaches to Teaching General thoughts on teaching the concept and resource use A section for students who struggle with Maths A section for students who excel in Maths The file is professionally designed using an equation editor for proper formatting. The layout and graphics are visually appealing and deliberately structured to help students succeed. All materials are completely original.
ChrisLebourveau
Finding Factors: an investigative scheme of work for KS2

Finding Factors: an investigative scheme of work for KS2

This is a scheme of work to introduce the concept of factors through the investigation of the shape of numbers, and to encourage the use of a systematic approach to problem solving. Five activity sheets are included. There is also a related follow-up collection of sixty short factor-finding investigations in three packs of twenty, each at different levels of difficulty. These can be purchased separately.
frondistiria
Crack The Safe - Sets and Venn Diagrams

Crack The Safe - Sets and Venn Diagrams

Two “Crack The Safe” activities, one on reading Venn diagrams and the other using set notation. These are designed to be used as a starter or a plenary and allow students to self-mark as possible answers are shown but more that they require to avoid guessing.
alutwyche
Summer Term Examination or Practice Paper /100 (Years 7 and/or 8)

Summer Term Examination or Practice Paper /100 (Years 7 and/or 8)

Summer Term Examintaion or Practice Paper 2018 with Mark Scheme/Answers included Can also be used as a revision exercise in class or given for prep/homework Suitable for Years 7 and/or 8 Also successfully used to test the more able students in Year 6 Topics under review in this paper:- Basic Operations (Word Problems) BIDMAS/BODMAS Product of Prime Factors Decimal Fractions: Multiplication and Division Percentage Conversion: Decimal Fraction to Common Fraction in Simplest Terms Ordering Percentages; Decimal Fractions and Common Fractions Fractions - Problem Solving Surface Area and Volume Algebra: Substitution Algebra: Simplifying Algebra: Multiplication and Division Algebra: Multiplying out Brackets Algebra: Factorising Fully Algebra: Solving Equations From a Chart: Mode; Median; Mean; Range Scatter Graph SDT Angles Transformations: Drawing and labeling an equation (straight line); Reflection (Across the drawn in straight line equation); Rotation (Around a given point); Translating From a chart to be completed: Probability Straight Line Graph Completing a Pie Chart from information supplied
Math-Worksheets-Galore
Multiplication

Multiplication

This SMART Notebook file gives examples (formal, grid and partitioning), a success criteria and activities for teaching multiplication. Hundreds, tens and ones/units are coloured to help pupils with lining up their numbers correctly.
colnbrookg
Year 6 Square Numbers Investigation Summer Block 4

Year 6 Square Numbers Investigation Summer Block 4

This Year 6 Square Numbers Investigation lesson pack includes a teaching guide and PowerPoint. It can be used as part of the Summer Block 4 Investigations. You can find more resources which follow the same small steps White Rose Maths Guidance here.
ClassroomSecrets
Year 6 Multiply by 11 Investigation Summer Block 4

Year 6 Multiply by 11 Investigation Summer Block 4

This Year 6 Multiply by 11 Investigation lesson pack includes a teaching guide and PowerPoint. It can be used as part of the Summer Block 4 Investigations. You can find more resources which follow the same small steps White Rose Maths Guidance here.
ClassroomSecrets
Finding factors: 20 more difficult short investigations for KS2

Finding factors: 20 more difficult short investigations for KS2

The principle objective of this activity is to teach systematic thinking, in this case to test numbers chronologically with their factor partners up to the square root to ensure that there are no factors missing, and they are identified as quickly as possible. It also provides opportunities to consolidate knowledge and understanding of times tables, square and prime numbers, mental strategies for calculating division, and the efficiency of using divisibility rules. The sheets can be completed by hand or electronically on a PC or tablet. The sheets can be used as homework, or as a time-filler to occupy more able children. It is also an exciting and popular task when used as a daily warm up in the form of a race. The race ends when a child finds the full solution, with merits for the winner and runners up. With a robust group the pupil sheets can be abandoned and the task completed on individual white boards, so the children are not prompted with the correct format and number of factors. When the number of factors is high you will find children calling time when they are a pair or two short, and having to go back to the drawing board; this all adds to the excitement. The pack contains a set of twenty sheets at the higher level. Two packs at a less challenging level of difficulty are available either separately. There is also a related scheme of work that can be purchased separately.
frondistiria
Factors: next 20 short investigations for KS2

Factors: next 20 short investigations for KS2

The principle objective of this activity is to teach systematic thinking, in this case to test numbers chronologically with their factor partners up to the square root to ensure that there are no factors missing, and they are identified as quickly as possible. It also provides opportunities to consolidate knowledge and understanding of times tables, square and prime numbers, mental strategies for calculating division, and the efficiency of using divisibility rules. The sheets can be completed by hand or electronically on a PC or tablet. The sheets can be used as homework, or as a time-filler to occupy more able children. It is also an exciting and popular task when used as a daily warm up in the form of a race. The race ends when a child finds the full solution, with merits for the winner and runners up. With a robust group the pupil sheets can be abandoned and the task completed on individual white boards, so the children are not prompted with the correct format and number of factors. When the number of factors is high you will find children calling time when they are a pair or two short, and having to go back to the drawing board; this all adds to the excitement. The pack contains a set of twenty sheets at the mid level. There is a further set of twenty sheets progressing to a higher level of difficulty and a related scheme of work that can be purchased separately.
frondistiria
Factors: 20 short investigations KS2

Factors: 20 short investigations KS2

The principle objective of this activity is to teach systematic thinking, in this case to test numbers chronologically with their factor partners up to the square root to ensure that there are no factors missing, and they are identified as quickly as possible. It also provides opportunities to consolidate knowledge and understanding of times tables, square and prime numbers, mental strategies for calculating division, and the efficiency of using divisibility rules. The sheets can be completed by hand or electronically on a PC or tablet. The sheets can be used as homework, or as a time-filler to occupy more able children. It is also an exciting and popular task when used as a daily warm up in the form of a race. The race ends when a child finds the full solution, with merits for the winner and runners up. With a robust group the pupil sheets can be abandoned and the task completed on individual white boards, so the children are not prompted with the correct format and number of factors. The pack contains a set of twenty sheets at the starting level. There are two further sets of twenty sheets each progressing to higher levels of difficulty a related scheme of work that can be purchased separately.
frondistiria
Huge Bank of KS3 Number Starters

Huge Bank of KS3 Number Starters

This is a very useful set of 10 starters on KS3 Maths number topics. Topics covered include: Rounding, Directed Numbers, Place Value, Units of Time, Money and Reading Number Scales. I’ve used these to settle my KS3 students and focus them as they enter the classroom, to check prior knowledge, to introduce topics and as a plenary activity.
jcoulter62
Requested Bundle: Year Five Full Autumn

Requested Bundle: Year Five Full Autumn

All teaching slides for Y5 White Rose Units for Autumn blocks. Influenced by recent maths hub CPD training and mastery/CPA approach to teaching mathematics. Includes reasoning and problem solving activities to explore, model and discuss in order to teach the underlying mathematical concepts. Follows ORDER of White Rose teaching guidance. Join the Facebook group ‘mastering primary maths’ for preview lessons in the files section :)
xkarenx
Factors KS2

Factors KS2

The principle objective of this activity is to teach systematic thinking, in this case to test numbers chronologically with their factor partners up to the square root to ensure that all the factors are found as quickly as possible. It also provides opportunities to consolidate knowledge and understanding of times tables, square and prime numbers, mental strategies for calculating division, and the efficiency of using divisibility rules. The sheets can be completed by hand or electronically on a PC or tablet. It is an exciting and popular task, especially when used as a daily warm up in the form of a race. The race ends when a child finds the full solution, with merits for the winner and runners up. With a robust group the pupil sheets can be abandoned and the task completed on individual white boards, so the children are not prompted with the correct format and number of factors. When the number of factors is high you will find children calling time when they are a pair or two short, and having to go back to the drawing board; this all adds to the excitement. The pack contains a set of three sheets, one in each of three levels of difficulty. Coming soon: A pack containing a set of sixty sheets, twenty in each of three levels of difficulty, along with a set of blank grids to make further sheets.
frondistiria
Arithmetic Tests for Year 2 Summer Term 2

Arithmetic Tests for Year 2 Summer Term 2

This resource is for Year 2 and covers the arithmetic objectives from the 2014 National Curriculum. It is differentiated in 6 levels and builds on skills from Year 2 Autumn Terms 1 and 2, Spring Terms 1 and 2 and Summer Term 1. Find more Arithmetic resources on the Classroom Secrets website.
ClassroomSecrets
Football World Cup 2018 Whodunnit Activity Year 3

Football World Cup 2018 Whodunnit Activity Year 3

Enjoy the Football World Cup 2018 with this whodunnit activity for Year 3. A great revision task of the Year 3 objectives. The Football World Cup trophy has been stolen and you have been set the challenge of finding out who stole it, when, why and where it was hidden. Solve the questions to find all the answers. Football World Cup 2018 Whodunnit Activity Year 4
Littlesherbetlemon
Finding Factors KS2

Finding Factors KS2

This is a prompt sheet to encourage the use of strategy to find all the factors of a given number. Ideally a warm-up activity in the form of a race, the primary objective is to encourage a systematic approach, and also involves practice in divisibility rules, square roots and square and prime numbers.
frondistiria
Angalogue, Digital and 24-HourTime Year Three (Unit of Work)

Angalogue, Digital and 24-HourTime Year Three (Unit of Work)

A week long unit intending to consolidate understanding of time. Pitched at Year Three but could also work for Year Four. All activities have a choice of ‘levels’ mild, warm or spicy with the exception to Thursday (word problems) which has one worksheet for all. Also includes some starters.There is a ‘teacher’ slide before each lesson which acts as the plan. LI’s covered… LI: To tell and show the time to the nearest minute using analogue clocks. Success Criteria: -I know what the different numbers and hands represent. -I can explain whether it is ‘past’ or ‘to’. -I can show the correct time on an analogue clock. LI: To read and show time on 12-hour and 24-hour clocks. Success Criteria: -I know there are 24 hours in a day. -I know that digital time has hours first, then minutes. -I can explain what time is shown on a digital clock. LI: To convert between digital and analogue clocks. Success Criteria: -I know the difference between analogue and digital. -I can explain how to convert between different clocks. I can successfully read different clock faces. LI: To solve problems involving time. Success Criteria: -I know what the word problem is asking me to do. -I can use a number line to see how much time has elapsed. -I can carefully check my answers. LI: To solve problems involving time. Success Criteria: -I can read a timetable. -I can answer simple questions. -I can use a number line to solve problems.
RosheeneM
GCSE Non-Calculator Bundle

GCSE Non-Calculator Bundle

GCSE Non-Calculator Bundle All answers are included. If bought independently, these 3 resources would cost £10.50, but I am offering them in this bundle for £8.50, a saving of 19%. To view items individually, please go to Maths Shop
Elsie99
KS3 Mathematics Starter Bundle

KS3 Mathematics Starter Bundle

This is a collection of 8 different resources and approximately 60 different Excel tabs. I use these as a premise for my starters with a mix of abilities from year 7-9. Each worksheet is differentiated, so you can give students varying sheets, or request they work from varying sections of the interactive whiteboard, whilst still providing them with the same answers. They foster a calm start to the lesson, and students always seem excited to learn when the lesson is started in this manner. The addition pyramids contain a self-check tool, so children can usefully self mark. The multiplication grid generator, includes an exciting ‘challenge’ sheet in which students have to work backwards to work out the row and column headers (using similiar skills to Sudoku). In addition to this the Cross number, and the times table grid excitingly contain a magic number extension. This involves students having to collate their answers, i.e. summing certain values, to obtain a magic numbers and perhaps win a small prize (sticker, or sweet, or just simple praise). Please review if you found helfpul.
skierkrowlands
FIFA World Cup 2018: The Ultimate Bundle

FIFA World Cup 2018: The Ultimate Bundle

Can you feel the excitement brewing for the FIFA World Cup 2018?!? My class cannot stop talking about the World Cup lately. This has driven me to make lots of resources based on the event. In this bundle I’ve included all of the resources I’ve made so far on the World Cup. Included: *A maths activity for children to calculate the distances between the World Cup stadiums and convert the units. *A maths game involving children representing a country and answering a maths question to score a ‘goal’. Then competing against other countries to win the final. *Mathematical word problems (and answers) involving the Russian Currency. *2 activities were children engage with designing their own fantasy World cup jersey and team. *A maths activity involving children identifying the co-ordinates in which Ronaldo passes to his team mates. Each activity has already sold numerous times on TES and TpT, so by bundling them together I hope it to be of some benefit. I really hope you enjoy these resources as much as my class and I did. Please leave a review and let me know how you and your class like them.
TheIrishTeacher
Factors and Multiples Game

Factors and Multiples Game

A turn based game. For 2 or more players. If you have achieved a level of cooperation between the children then you can get the students to talk about the moves, which they will. Direct arguments into constructive conversations about valid turns. Scaffolding : let children use a calculator if they are still learning their multiplication tables or other reason that you as a professional deem valid. Depending upon how advanced your students are, the more advanced they are the younger they can be. Helpful in getting students to learn that a number is both its own largest factor and smallest multiple. Ubuntu.
afterdark
Number: Factors, Multiples and Number Properties Exam Questions (with Answers)

Number: Factors, Multiples and Number Properties Exam Questions (with Answers)

These are exam questions on factors, multiples and number properties. I predominantly use these for either homework or revision. Do view my excellent lessons on factors and mutliples, and other number properties. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/number-multiples-lcm-factors-hcf-primes-inc-prime-factor-trees-4-5-lessons-bundle-11586157 NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources, and as always please rate and feedback, thank you.
ajf43
KS2 MATHS ACTIVITIES

KS2 MATHS ACTIVITIES

A variety of activities to support students who are not confident mathematicians. The activities to practise maths topics and can be used for independent learning and group work.
jorgill
MULTIPLICATION ACTIVITIES

MULTIPLICATION ACTIVITIES

A variety of activities to support students in learning the multiplication tables. The activities can be completed independently and are a useful resource of group learning. many of the activities a blank template so that they can be easily adapted to the student’s target table. Each original activity pack contains at least 6 activities.
jorgill
MULTIPLICATION ACTIVITIES VOL. 6

MULTIPLICATION ACTIVITIES VOL. 6

I created these six activities to support individual students learn their target tables and generally develop a quick and accurate recall of the tables. Most of the activities include a template so that the activity can be adapted for individual students. In designing the activities, I tried to make them ‘fun’ so that the task of learning the tables is not so daunting. When I have used the activities with individual students, they will often begin a conversation about the numbers and identify patterns.
jorgill
KS3 MATHS ACTIVITIES

KS3 MATHS ACTIVITIES

This resource has 6 activities designed for individual students who are not confident mathematicians. Each resource gives the student an opportunity to practise their learning. Some of the activities also include an explanation and examples to support the student’s learning. Although the activities were originally for KS3 students, I have also used them for primary students who are more confident with their maths. The topics covered are: fibonacci and square numbers, ratio, factors, multiples and primes, prime factors, fractions decimals and percentages and solving equation with x on both sides.
jorgill
Comprehensive Key Stage 2 Question Level Analysis (QLA) Bundle - Maths, SPaG and Reading

Comprehensive Key Stage 2 Question Level Analysis (QLA) Bundle - Maths, SPaG and Reading

Includes: KS2 2018 Maths SATs QLA KS2 2017 Maths SATs QLA KS2 2016 Maths SATs QLA KS2 Maths Sample SATs QLA KS2 2018 Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar SATs QLA KS2 2017 Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar SATs QLA KS2 2016 Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar SATs QLA KS2 Sample Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar SATs QLA KS2 2018 Reading SATs QLA KS2 2017 Reading SATs QLA KS2 2016 Reading SATs QLA KS2 Sample Reading SATs QLA Easy to use Excel Spreadsheets to analyse the above test scores using Question Level Analysis (QLA). Will highlight students’ areas of strength and weaknesses in key maths (number, calculation, problem solving, handling data, shape and measurement), reading (giving/explaining meanings of words in context, retrieving and recording information/identifying key details from fiction and non-fiction, summarising main ideas from one or more paragraphs, making inferences from the text/explaining and justifying inferences with evidence from the text, identifying/explaining how information/narrative content is related and contributes to meaning as a whole, identifying/explaining how meaning is enhanced through choice of words and phrases, and making comparisons within the text) and SPaG (grammatical terms/word classes; functions of sentences; combining words, phrases and clauses; verb forms, tenses and consistency; punctuation; vocabulary; standard English and formality; and spelling) areas. Simply add the students’ name and their score and the spreadsheet will update and produce graphs based on their answers.
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