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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's SATs Springboard is here to help teachers make the most of the run up to the SATs examinations this Spring Term. Try out some of our resources below, or head to www.lbq.org/sats to read more.

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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's SATs Springboard is here to help teachers make the most of the run up to the SATs examinations this Spring Term. Try out some of our resources below, or head to www.lbq.org/sats to read more.
Year 6 Using Colons and Semi-Colons in a List
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Year 6 Using Colons and Semi-Colons in a List

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Objective: I can use colons and semi-colons in lists. Terminology: colon, semi-colon, introduce, main clause, separate, detailed items LbQ’s Punctuation Question Sets teach the objectives from the National Curriculum Years 2 – 6. Each Question Set contextualises the learning of punctuation rules within a traditional tale to engage pupils. You can access the complete ‘Practise Using Colons and Semi-Colons in a List’ 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 3 Fractions: Recognise Equivalent Fractions
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Year 3 Fractions: Recognise Equivalent Fractions

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Year 3 Fractions Recognise Equivalent Fractions This Year 3 Recognise Equivalent Fractions Question Set covers the national curriculum objective to r ecognise and represent equivalent fractions with small denominators using diagrams. 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 9 Translating Shapes and Transformations
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Year 9 Translating Shapes and Transformations

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Objective: I can translate shapes and describe translations through column vectors. Prerequisites: Students know how to translate shapes. Students are familiar with column vectors. Terminology: column vector, translate, translation, coordinate, corresponding point, reflection, midpoint, equation of a straight line 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)
Year 3 Fractions: Compare and Order
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Year 3 Fractions: Compare and Order

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Year 3 Fractions Compare and Order This Year 3 compare and order fractions Question Set covers the national curriculum objective to compare and order fractions with a numerator of 1 and fractions with the same denominator. 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 Geometry: Calculate Angles at Points
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Year 5 Geometry: Calculate Angles at Points

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Year 5 Geometry Calculate Angles at Different Points This Year 5 Geometry Calculate Angles at Different Points Question Set covers the national curriculum objective to calculate angles at a point, full turns, half turns and other multiples of 90 degrees. 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
KS3 Proportion: Direction Proportion Best Buys
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KS3 Proportion: Direction Proportion Best Buys

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KS3 Proportion Direction Proportion Best Buys This KS3 Direct Proportion Using “Best Buys” Question Set covers the national curriculum objective to use direct proportion to find the cost of items and best buys. 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 Electricity: Current in Circuits
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KS3 Physics Electricity: Current in Circuits

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KS3 Physics Electricity Current in Circuits This KS3 Physics Electricity Current in Series and Parallel Circuits Question Set covers the national curriculum objectives to compare and explain current flow in different parts of series and parallel circuits. 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 Understand Main and Subordinate Clauses
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Year 3 Understand Main and Subordinate Clauses

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Objective: I can write sentences that include main and subordinate clauses. Terminology: sentence, statement, command, question, exclamation, full stop, capital letter, exclamation mark, question mark, bossy verb LbQ’s Grammar Question Sets teach the objectives from the National Curriculum Years 2 – 6. Each Question Set contextualises the learning of grammatical concepts and vocabulary within a traditional tale to engage pupils. You can access the complete ‘Understand Main and Subordinate Clauses’ 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.
KS3 Physics Waves: Longitudinal and Transverse
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KS3 Physics Waves: Longitudinal and Transverse

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KS3 Physics Waves Longitudinal and Transverse This KS3 Physics Longitudinal and Transverse Wave Question Set covers the national curriculum objectives to: describe the properties and effects of different longitudinal and transverse waves. 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 4 Decimals: Convert Tenths & Hundredths to Decimals
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Year 4 Decimals: Convert Tenths & Hundredths to Decimals

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Year 4 Decimals Convert Tenths & Hundredths to Decimals This Year 4 Convert Tenths & Hundredths to Decimals Question Set covers the national curriculum objective to recognise and write decimal equivalents of any number of tenths. 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 Non-Fiction Comprehension: Volcanoes
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KS2 Non-Fiction Comprehension: Volcanoes

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‘Volcanoes’ 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. The Comprehension Question Sets have a scrollable version of the text for pupils to refer to as they work their way through the questions. ‘Volcanoes’ is a non-fiction explanation text for Year 5/6 pupils that covers the key aspects of volcano formation. 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.
KS2 International Women's Day: Mae Jemison
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KS2 International Women's Day: Mae Jemison

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‘Mae Jemison’ 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. The Comprehension Question Sets have a scrollable version of the text for pupils to refer to as they work their way through the questions. ‘Mae Jemison’ is a biography for Year 3/4 pupils about the incredible Dr Mae Jemison. 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 2 Year 3 Identify Sentence Types
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Year 2 Year 3 Identify Sentence Types

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Objective: I can identify statements, commands, questions and exclamations. Terminology: sentence, statement, command, question, exclamation, full stop, capital letter, exclamation mark, question mark, bossy verb LbQ’s Grammar Question Sets teach the objectives from the National Curriculum Years 2 – 6. Each Question Set contextualises the learning of grammatical concepts and vocabulary within a traditional tale to engage pupils. You can access the complete ‘Identifying Statements, Commands, Questions and Exclamations’ 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 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 3 Multiplication:  2-Digits by 1-Digit
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Year 3 Multiplication: 2-Digits by 1-Digit

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Year 3 Multiplication 2-Digits by 1-Digit This Year 3 Maths Multiplication Question Set covers the national curriculum objective to multiply a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number using a formal written column method. 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 Using Fronted Adverbials
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Year 4 Using Fronted Adverbials

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Objective: I can write sentences that include fronted adverbials. Terminology: adverb, adverbial, fronted adverbial, verb, comma, phrase LbQ’s Grammar Question Sets teach the objectives from the National Curriculum Years 2 – 6. Each Question Set contextualises the learning of grammatical concepts and vocabulary within a traditional tale to engage pupils. You can access the complete ‘Using Fronted Adverbials’ 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
KS3 Geometry: Polygon Symmetry
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KS3 Geometry: Polygon Symmetry

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KS3 Geometry: Polygon Symmetry This KS3 Identify Reflective Symmetry of Polygons Question Set covers the national curriculum objective to identify total lines of symmetry. 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.