# Regenerating Resources

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Being a Maths specialist in a primary school I have developed these resources to mainly help prepare our children for the Maths SATs tests at the end of KS2. Many of my resources are "regenerating" and will reproduce an unlimited supply of similar style questions in the same format.

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Being a Maths specialist in a primary school I have developed these resources to mainly help prepare our children for the Maths SATs tests at the end of KS2. Many of my resources are "regenerating" and will reproduce an unlimited supply of similar style questions in the same format.

#### KS2 Arithmetic (SATs Paper 1) Pack of 10 Practice tests including answers

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Practice tests for the KS2 SATs arithmetic paper. Questions have been designed to replicate content from previous tests in order to best prepare year 6 children for the real paper in the summer. Tests have been formatted to save paper, photocopy back to back to get the test on 3 sheets of A4. Answers are provided on page 6 of the document. (some answers may vary i.e. equivalent fractions may be accepted) If you are wanting to score the test out of 40 (marks given in SATs paper) questions 27, 29, 32, 36 are 2 mark questions where 1 mark is awarded for correct written method with max 1 error. The resource is designed to be used weekly alongside arithmetic lessons aiming at questions children are not getting correct. We have been using this method with our year 6 children since the implementation of the new curriculum and have seen arithmetic scores greatly improve.

#### Multiply and Divide 10, 100, 1000 4-in-a-row game

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4-in-a-row game on multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000. A playing board and cards are provided. One set of cards will cover the whole playing board so they need to be divided in two halves and printed in 2 different colours I find that laminating the game board and printing the cards on coloured card gives the game longevity. Rules: Players choose a colour each and place all their cards in a pile face down. Players decide on who goes first (rock, paper, scissors or youngest etc.) First player will turn over their top card and work out the answer (players can discuss answer or check together) Next they find their answer on the playing board and place their card face up on that space (there are 6 answers each repeated 6 times to give a choice to where to go). Players then take it in turns to have their go and place their card on their chosen space (with the correct answer on). The winning player is the first to achieve 4-in-a-row either horizontally, vertically or diagonally. Have fun!

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#### KS2 Arithmetic (SATs paper 1) Practice test including answers

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One full practice test for the KS2 maths paper 1. Paper saving - full test fits on 5 sides of a4 with the sixth page being the answer sheet. Test has been designed to save paper. Questions are on 5 sides of A4 with the answers on the sixth page. If you want more of this resource I have a pack of 10 similar tests available here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/ks2-arithmetic-sats-paper-1-pack-of-10-practice-tests-including-answers-11740710 Thanks for looking

#### Missing number addition and subtraction self generating domino activity

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Questions such as 2374 + ______ = 5763 and 6392 - _____ = 2847 in a domino style format for children to work out and match together. Resource regenerates with different numbers if you press f9 or reopen the file, hence you could make an infinite number of different puzzles! I make the resource on coloured card and find that they can be reused many times over - or laminate if they are going to be regularly used. Thanks for looking.

#### Level 6 post learning tests (16 topics)

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I primarily developed these test to go alongside my scheme of work for my level 6 year 6 students (when that was a thing). Some of the topics are still relevant at ks2 but a lot have moved up to just ks3 now. Topics include: Algebra : simplifying expressions, substitution, solving equations, sequences (nth term). Index laws and notation Standard form Algebraic graphs Inequalities Trial and improvement Angles on parallel lines Plans and elevations Data types, scatter graphs and correlation Probability Circles Pie charts Two-way tables Hopefully some of this old resource may be useful to you.