Arithmetic Revision/Practice Year 6 - Daily Ten Set B - 10 sets of 10 questions with QLA assessment

Daily arithmetic practice for your class (set B).

Each set includes ten tests. There are three different sizes:

  • All the questions on half a page.
  • A condensed version when compared to the real tests
  • A full-sized arithmetic test

The objectives and question types from the real arithmetic tests have been spread out across the ten tests. Each question fits in an area:

  • Written Multiplication
  • Written Division
  • Written Addition
  • Written Subtraction
  • Mental Multiplication
  • Mental Division
  • Mental Addition
  • Mental Subtraction
  • Multiply/Divide by 10/100/1000
  • Add Fractions
  • Subtract Fractions
  • Multiply Fractions
  • Divide Fractions
  • Fractions of a Number
  • Order of Operations
  • Percentages

For the majority of areas, three levels of questions have been provided. Each test comes with a few questions from each challenge level so some questions are accessible to everyone whilst others will provide a challenge to your most able. For example, with ‘Written Multiplication’, Level 1 includes two digits x one digit or three digits x one digit, Level 2 includes three digits x two digits and four digits x four digits and Level 3 includes multiplying whole numbers by decimals.

Not only that but assessment tracking has also been provided. Each day, the children or you can record on the QLA tracking sheet. This allows you to quickly identify gaps and support children. The sheet allows for identification of what the level of the question was that they struggled with. Great for KS2 SATs preparation and revision. Instructions are provided on how to do this.

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  • Daily-Ten---Set-B---One-Page.pdf
  • Daily-Ten---Set-B--.pdf
  • Daily-Ten---Set-B---Condensed.pdf
  • Daily-Ten-Tracking-Sheet.pdf
  • How-to-use-the-tracking-sheet.pdf

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