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Learning by Questions is an online learning platform that provides pupils with national curriculum aligned questions and immediate feedback to supercharge their learning. LbQ can be used as a distance learning tool, supporting teachers in their efforts to provide continued education during the coronavirus outbreak. Register for an account today for 1,000s of FREE resources in maths, English and science.
Year 3 Add and Subtract Mass
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Year 3 Add and Subtract Mass

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This Year 3 Add and Subtract Mass Question Set covers the national curriculum add and subtract mass in kilograms and grams. Registering for an LbQ account will give you access to the questions included in this resource and many 1,000s more. These 5 questions are a small selection from a much bigger Question Set of the same topic; they can be used as a teaching starter, plenary or activity for pupils. It is designed to provide teachers a taste of what our content is all about. You can access this larger Question Set here: www.lbq.org/register LbQ Maths Question Sets are based around the principles of mastery and have been developed by teachers and subject matter experts. Each Question Set targets a curriculum objective, though some objectives need more than one set, and has been guided by the White Rose Maths curriculum breakdown.
Y8 Multiplicative Change: scale diagrams & maps
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Y8 Multiplicative Change: scale diagrams & maps

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Objective: I can use scale factors for diagrams and maps. The questions in this resource are suitable for all students in KS3. Prerequisites: Students can use scale factors. Students are familiar with ratio notation. Students can convert between units of measure. Students will have completed the Question Set Convert Units of Measure: km and m, cm and m, cm and mm. Terminology: scale factor, enlargement, proportional Answers on slide 9. Registering for an LbQ account will give you access to the questions included in this resource and many 1,000s more. These 5 questions are a small selection from a much bigger Question Set of the same topic; they can be used as a teaching starter, plenary or activity for pupils. It is designed to provide teachers a taste of what our content is all about. You can access this larger Question Set here: www.lbq.org/register LbQ Maths Question Sets are based around the principles of mastery and have been developed by teachers and subject matter experts. Each Question Set targets a curriculum objective, though some objectives need more than one set, and has been guided by the White Rose Maths curriculum breakdown.
Year 5 Division: 4 Digits by 1 Digit
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Year 5 Division: 4 Digits by 1 Digit

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Year 5 Division 4 Digits by 1 Digit This Year 5 Division Question Set covers the national curriculum objective to divide numbers up to four digits by a one-digit number using the formal written method of short division (bus stop method) and interpret remainders appropriately. Registering for an LbQ account will give you access to the questions included in this resource and many 1,000s more. These 5 questions are a small selection from a much bigger Question Set of the same topic; they can be used as a teaching starter, plenary or activity for pupils. It is designed to provide teachers a taste of what our content is all about. You can access this larger Question Set here: www.lbq.org/register LbQ Maths Question Sets are based around the principles of mastery and have been developed by teachers and subject matter experts. Each Question Set targets a curriculum objective, though some objectives need more than one set, and has been guided by the White Rose Maths curriculum breakdown.
Year 7 Interpret Bar Charts, Pictograms & Line Graphs
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Year 7 Interpret Bar Charts, Pictograms & Line Graphs

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Year 7 Interpret Bar Charts, Pictograms & Line Graphs This Year 7 Statistics Question Set covers the national curriculum objective to interpret bar charts, pictograms and line graphs. Registering for an LbQ account will give you access to the questions included in this resource and many 1,000s more. These 5 questions are a small selection from a much bigger Question Set of the same topic; they can be used as a teaching starter, plenary or activity for pupils. It is designed to provide teachers a taste of what our content is all about. You can access this larger Question Set here: www.lbq.org/register LbQ Maths Question Sets are based around the principles of mastery and have been developed by teachers and subject matter experts. Each Question Set targets a curriculum objective, though some objectives need more than one set, and has been guided by the White Rose Maths curriculum breakdown.
Year 6 English SATs Practice
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Year 6 English SATs Practice

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Objective: I can answer a variety of grammar, punctuation and spelling questions from the National Curriculum to revise for the Year 6 English SATs test. LbQ’s National Curriculum Test Practice Question Sets help prepare the children for the SATs tests. Each Question Set covers the range and style of questions that children will undertake in May. You can access the complete ‘Year 6 National Curriculum Test Practice (SATs): Set 3 English Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling’ Question Set with answers and feedback by registering for a FREE LbQ account today. Need a resource for teaching spelling, punctuation or grammar? There are many more spelling, punctuation and grammar Question Sets at www.lbq.org
Year 8 Express a Quantity as a Percentage
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Year 8 Express a Quantity as a Percentage

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Objective: I can express one quantity as a percentage of another. Prerequisites: Students should understand that a percentage represents part of a whole and should be able to convert between fractions and percentages. Terminology: percentage, whole, fraction, convert, equivalent Registering for an LbQ account will give you access to the questions included in this resource and many 1,000s more. These 5 questions are a small selection from a much bigger Question Set of the same topic; they can be used as a teaching starter, plenary or activity for pupils. It is designed to provide teachers a taste of what our content is all about. You can access this larger Question Set here: www.lbq.org/register LbQ Maths Question Sets are based around the principles of mastery and have been developed by teachers and subject matter experts. Each Question Set targets a curriculum objective, though some objectives need more than one set, and has been guided by the White Rose Maths curriculum breakdown.
KS2 Reading Comprehension: Ice Dragon
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KS2 Reading Comprehension: Ice Dragon

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‘Ice Dragon’ is one of a series of full texts available as a printable story, poem or non-fiction report from Learning by Questions. The full texts provide an illustrated story, poem or report in an A4 format for pupils to refer to, annotate and keep when completing the Comprehension Questions. The full texts also provide original reading resources for whole class, reciprocal, guided or individual reading. ‘Ice Dragon’ is a fantasy story for Year 4/5 and 6 pupils with a theme of difference and inclusion. Register for a full account here: www.lbq.org/register LbQ’s English Reading Question Sets have been developed by teachers and subject matter experts
Year 3 Add and Subtract Volume and Capacity
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Year 3 Add and Subtract Volume and Capacity

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Year 3 Add and Subtract Volume and Capacity This Year 3 Volume and Capacity covers the national curriculum objective to add and subtract volumes and capacities in litres and millilitres. Registering for an LbQ account will give you access to the questions included in this resource and many 1,000s more. These 5 questions are a small selection from a much bigger Question Set of the same topic; they can be used as a teaching starter, plenary or activity for pupils. It is designed to provide teachers a taste of what our content is all about. You can access this larger Question Set here: www.lbq.org/register LbQ Maths Question Sets are based around the principles of mastery and have been developed by teachers and subject matter experts. Each Question Set targets a curriculum objective, though some objectives need more than one set, and has been guided by the White Rose Maths curriculum breakdown.
Year 3/4 Comprehension: Why Does the Moon Shine?
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Year 3/4 Comprehension: Why Does the Moon Shine?

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A short, original non-fiction text with comprehension questions about the Moon and the Apollo missions. Suitable for whole class or guided reading with Y3/4 pupils. ‘Why Does the Moon Shine?’ is one of a series of Short Reads from Learning By Questions. The Short Reads are designed for pupils across Key Stage 2 and cover genres such as fiction, non-fiction, biography, poetry, fable, myth, science fiction and cross-curricular themes. Our Short Reads are written with whole class and guided reading in mind: they provide quality texts along with pre-read, retrieval, inference and language Question Sets. To access hundreds of similar resources visit (https://www.lbq.org/TryLbQ)
Y3/4 Reading Comprehension: The Desert Fish
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Y3/4 Reading Comprehension: The Desert Fish

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A short, original non-fiction text with comprehension questions about the endangered Golden Cave Catfish. Suitable for whole class or guided reading with Y3/4 pupils. ‘The Desert Fish’ is one of a series of Short Reads from Learning By Questions. The Short Reads are designed for pupils across Key Stage 2 and cover genres such as fiction, non-fiction, biography, poetry, fable, myth, science fiction and cross-curricular themes. Our Short Reads are written with whole class and guided reading in mind: they provide quality texts along with pre-read, retrieval, inference and language Question Sets. To access hundreds of similar resources visit (https://www.lbq.org/TryLbQ)
Year 9 Proportion: proportion using currency
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Year 9 Proportion: proportion using currency

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Objective: I can use direct proportion to convert between currencies and calculate exchange rates. Prerequisites: Students can recognise multiplicative links between numbers. Students can solve problems using direct proportion. Terminology: currency, conversion, exchange rates Registering for an LbQ account will give you access to the questions included in this resource and many 1,000s more. These 5 questions are a small selection from a much bigger Question Set of the same topic; they can be used as a teaching starter, plenary or activity for pupils. It is designed to provide teachers a taste of what our content is all about. You can access this larger Question Set here: www.lbq.org/register LbQ Maths Question Sets are based around the principles of mastery and have been developed by teachers and subject matter experts. Each Question Set targets a curriculum objective, though some objectives need more than one set, and has been guided by the White Rose Maths curriculum breakdown.
Year 6 Calculate the Area of  Parallelograms
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Year 6 Calculate the Area of Parallelograms

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Year 6 Calculate the Area of Parallelograms This Year 6 Area Question Set covers the national curriculum objective to calculate the area of parallelograms. Registering for an LbQ account will give you access to the questions included in this resource and many 1,000s more. These 5 questions are a small selection from a much bigger Question Set of the same topic; they can be used as a teaching starter, plenary or activity for pupils. It is designed to provide teachers a taste of what our content is all about. You can access this larger Question Set here: www.lbq.org/register LbQ Maths Question Sets are based around the principles of mastery and have been developed by teachers and subject matter experts. Each Question Set targets a curriculum objective, though some objectives need more than one set, and has been guided by the White Rose Maths curriculum breakdown.
KS3 Physics Energy: Energy Transfers
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KS3 Physics Energy: Energy Transfers

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KS3 Physics Energy Energy Transfers This KS3 Physics Energy Transfers Question Set covers the national curriculum objective to: describe how energy is transferred from one store at the start to another store at the end. Registering for an LbQ account will give you access to the questions included in this resource and many 1,000s more. These 5 questions are a small selection from a much bigger Question Set of the same topic; they can be used as a teaching starter, plenary or activity for pupils. It is designed to provide teachers a taste of what our content is all about. You can access this larger Question Set here: www.lbq.org/register LbQ’s KS3 Science Question Sets are designed by our subject matter experts, so that students can progress through the work with minimal input from the teacher. The questions gradually increase in complexity, provide corrective feedback with hints and images to scaffold the learning. Students can therefore progress independently, which frees up the teacher’s time to help those students who need it most.
Year 3 Find Fractions of a Set of Objects
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Year 3 Find Fractions of a Set of Objects

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Year 3 Find Fractions of a Set of Objects This Year 3 Maths Fractions Question Set covers the national curriculum objective to recognise, write and find fractions of a set of objects, including fractions with numerators greater than 1. Registering for an LbQ account will give you access to the questions included in this resource and many 1,000s more. These 5 questions are a small selection from a much bigger Question Set of the same topic; they can be used as a teaching starter, plenary or activity for pupils. It is designed to provide teachers a taste of what our content is all about. You can access this larger Question Set here: www.lbq.org/register LbQ Maths Question Sets are based around the principles of mastery and have been developed by teachers and subject matter experts. Each Question Set targets a curriculum objective, though some objectives need more than one set, and has been guided by the White Rose Maths curriculum breakdown.
KS3 Physics Energy: Energy Stores
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KS3 Physics Energy: Energy Stores

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KS3 Physics Energy Energy Stores This KS3 Physics Energy Stores Question Set covers the national curriculum objective to: know that energy can be stored in different ways. Registering for an LbQ account will give you access to the questions included in this resource and many 1,000s more. These 5 questions are a small selection from a much bigger Question Set of the same topic; they can be used as a teaching starter, plenary or activity for pupils. It is designed to provide teachers a taste of what our content is all about. You can access this larger Question Set here: www.lbq.org/register LbQ’s KS3 Science Question Sets are designed by our subject matter experts, so that students can progress through the work with minimal input from the teacher. The questions gradually increase in complexity, provide corrective feedback with hints and images to scaffold the learning. Students can therefore progress independently, which frees up the teacher’s time to help those students who need it most.
KS3 Physics Particle Model: Solids Liquids Gases
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KS3 Physics Particle Model: Solids Liquids Gases

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KS3 Physics Particle Model Solids Liquids Gases This KS3 Physics Particle Model Properties and Arrangement of Particles in a Solid, Liquid and Gas Question Set covers the national curriculum objectives to: know the properties of solids, liquids and gases and the arrangement/motion of particles within them. Registering for an LbQ account will give you access to the questions included in this resource and many 1,000s more. These 5 questions are a small selection from a much bigger Question Set of the same topic; they can be used as a teaching starter, plenary or activity for pupils. It is designed to provide teachers a taste of what our content is all about. You can access this larger Question Set here: www.lbq.org/register LbQ’s KS3 Science Question Sets are designed by our subject matter experts, so that students can progress through the work with minimal input from the teacher. The questions gradually increase in complexity, provide corrective feedback with hints and images to scaffold the learning. Students can therefore progress independently, which frees up the teacher’s time to help those students who need it most.
Year 3 Fractions: Adding and Subtracting
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Year 3 Fractions: Adding and Subtracting

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Year 3 Adding and Subtracting Fractions This Year 3 adding and subtracting fractions Question Set covers the national curriculum objective to add and subtract fractions with the same denominator up to one whole. Registering for an LbQ account will give you access to the questions included in this resource and many 1,000s more. These 5 questions are a small selection from a much bigger Question Set of the same topic; they can be used as a teaching starter, plenary or activity for pupils. It is designed to provide teachers a taste of what our content is all about. You can access this larger Question Set here: www.lbq.org/register LbQ Maths Question Sets are based around the principles of mastery and have been developed by teachers and subject matter experts. Each Question Set targets a curriculum objective, though some objectives need more than one set, and has been guided by the White Rose Maths curriculum breakdown.
Year 4 Geometry: Identify Coordinates
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Year 4 Geometry: Identify Coordinates

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Year 4 Geometry Identify Coordinates This Year 4 Geometry Question Set covers the national curriculum objective to describe positions on a 2D grid as coordinates in the first quadrant. Registering for an LbQ account will give you access to the questions included in this resource and many 1,000s more. These 5 questions are a small selection from a much bigger Question Set of the same topic; they can be used as a teaching starter, plenary or activity for pupils. It is designed to provide teachers a taste of what our content is all about. You can access this larger Question Set here: www.lbq.org/register LbQ Maths Question Sets are based around the principles of mastery and have been developed by teachers and subject matter experts. Each Question Set targets a curriculum objective, though some objectives need more than one set, and has been guided by the White Rose Maths curriculum breakdown.
Year 5 Measurement: Area of Rectilinear Shapes
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Year 5 Measurement: Area of Rectilinear Shapes

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Year 5 Measurement Area of Rectilinear Shapes This Year 5 Measurement Question Set covers the national curriculum objective to calculate and compare the area of rectangles, squares and composite shapes, using standard units. Registering for an LbQ account will give you access to the questions included in this resource and many 1,000s more. These 5 questions are a small selection from a much bigger Question Set of the same topic; they can be used as a teaching starter, plenary or activity for pupils. It is designed to provide teachers a taste of what our content is all about. You can access this larger Question Set here: www.lbq.org/register LbQ Maths Question Sets are based around the principles of mastery and have been developed by teachers and subject matter experts. Each Question Set targets a curriculum objective, though some objectives need more than one set, and has been guided by the White Rose Maths curriculum breakdown.
Year 6 Read, Write, Compare and Order Numbers
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Year 6 Read, Write, Compare and Order Numbers

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Year 6 Read, Write, Compare and Order Numbers This Year 6 Place Value Question Set covers the national curriculum objective to read, write, compare and order numbers up to 10,000,000 and know the value of each digit. Registering for an LbQ account will give you access to the questions included in this resource and many 1,000s more. These 5 questions are a small selection from a much bigger Question Set of the same topic; they can be used as a teaching starter, plenary or activity for pupils. It is designed to provide teachers a taste of what our content is all about. You can access this larger Question Set here: www.lbq.org/register LbQ Maths Question Sets are based around the principles of mastery and have been developed by teachers and subject matter experts. Each Question Set targets a curriculum objective, though some objectives need more than one set, and has been guided by the White Rose Maths curriculum breakdown.