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Reasoning and Problem Solving Questions Collection - KS1 and KS2

These booklets each contain over 40 reasoning and problem solving questions suitable for KS1, KS2 and KS3 classes. These are the questions that we have been putting out each day in March 2016 on Twitter in the run up to SATS.

The answers are provided with some simple notes at the back of the booklet and for some problems supplementary questions and variation has been provided.

We hope to release more questions like this over the course of next year including some open ended problems. Please keep a look out for our work. If you have not seen our schemes and assessments for primary then please take a look at our website www.whiterosemathshub.co.uk

As always we welcome any feedback on the work we are doing and the materials that we are releasing.
Thank you for taking an interest in our work.
The White Rose Maths Hub Team
By WRMathsHub

Fractions PowerPoints

Here is a series of PowerPoint presentations I used for my year 4/5 class to revise fractions and introduce the concept of equivalent fractions. I have designed them so that the children can work along with the PowerPoint, finding the missing number etc. When simplifying, I worked on finding common factors before going through the PowerPoint. Hope this is useful!
By lydiacook2

29x year 2 SATS style tests based on every objective of the curriculum

29x year 2 SATS style tests based on every objective of the curriculum

help you children master the new curriculum.
these tests are in the style of the 2016 maths tests - all questions have a score value and an area to work out the calculation. These tests are great to assess progress within a topic, for use as cold and hot tasks, end of unit tests, boosters, extensions, interventions, SATS practice and more...
these are based on the new curriculum and offer students a chance to practice the objective in a variety of ways - mastery style!
objectives include:
add (commutative) and subtract
addition and subtraction facts
adding and subtracting money
combinations of coins
compare and order numbers to 100
sequences of time
counting in 2-5-10
data handling
halves, thirds and quarters
estimating numbers
inverse operation
measures, geometry and data
measuring
multiplication (commutative) and division
multiplication and division problems
multiplication and division facts 2-5-10
number
patterns and sequences
place value and number facts
place value to two digits
position
pounds and pence
properties of 2d shape
properties of 3d shape
read and write numbers to 100
simple fractions
sorting data
telling the time

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By erylands

Interpreting Line Graphs KS2

2 differentiated worksheets and a short introductory lesson with questions from SAT papers for a plenary.
By cleggy1611

Year 5: Statistics (Unit of Work)

This is a COMPLETE resource pack (up to 7 lessons) for teaching all Year 5 Statistics objectives. Included is differentiated worksheets (19 pages) to teach line graphs and tables including timetables (in Word and PDF format - the Word versions can of course be edited if necessary) and answer sheets. In addition there is a 30 page flipchart (ActivInspire, PowerPoint and PDF format) to help deliver and teach the lessons. Also included is a planning tool, so you'll simply need to copy and paste plans into your desired format. Statistics resources are hard to find, especially differentiated, with flipcharts and planning, and this resource will save you the many hours/days of planning, resourcing etc. Please leave feedback for this amazing resource!

Objectives covered:

- Solve comparison, sum and difference problems using information presented in a line graph
- Complete, read and interpret information in tables, including timetables

Check out my shop, by clicking on my username, to find lots of other fantastic maths resources!
By mrajlong

Line graphs

Powerpoint on line graphs, practise plotting one with data. Worksheets with data and blank graphs for chdn (LA/HA) to plot the data. Hope this helps!
By Hilly577