Engaging activities and revision lessons to help your Year 6 class thrive in their Sats
Getting pupils ready for the KS2 national curriculum assessments in May is a priority among Year 6 teachers, though learners can quickly become disengaged at the mention of Sats revision.
To make sure that your lessons are productive and interesting, we’ve gathered a selection of resources to help make Sats preparation more motivating, and in some cases, fun!
Encourage learners to become more confident in their comprehension skills using these exercises, covering a range of questions from inference and deduction to factual recall.
For something more collaborative, try this revision board game, which is ideal for reinforcing the features of different fiction and non-fiction genres.
Motivate your class to become grammatical masterminds with this complete resource pack*, full of revision cards, posters and games. Alternatively, quiz your pupils' grammar knowledge in this team treasure hunt, built from questions in the style of those they'll face on the Sats paper.
Test your class and build fluency with this interactive, self-marking resource* that regenerates new questions on a variety of topics, ideal to supplement past paper practice. You may find this pub quiz-style activity useful as a way to engage all learners with arithmetic revision; ask pupils to work in pairs or small teams to add a competitive element.
Develop students’ mathematical reasoning skills across different topics with help from this detailed workbook, which consolidates learning and highlights areas that need more attention. These illustrated problem-solving questions, including answers, are equally useful in the run up to the tests for a quick revision session.
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