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## Year 6 Maths Worksheets UK Hub Page

Welcome to our Year 6 Maths Worksheets area.

Here you will find a wide range of free printable Year 6 Maths Worksheets for your child to enjoy.

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## Year 6 Maths Learning

Here are some of the key learning objectives for the end of Year 6:

- know and use Place value up to 10 million
- Counting on and back in steps of powers of 10 from any number up to 10 million
- Round numbers to any given degree of accuracy.
- Count forwards and backwards through zero with positive and negative numbers.
- Read Roman numerals to 1000 and recognise years written in Roman numerals
- solve multi-step problems using addition and subtraction in a range of contexts
- identify multiples and factors including common factors
- multiply and divide up to 4-digit numbers by up to 2 digits
- Use their knowledge of the order of operations to carry out calculations involving the four operations.
- Identify common factors, common multiples and prime numbers.
- solve problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
- simplify fractions
- compare and order fractions including mixed numbers
- add and subtract fractions with different denominators including mixed numbers
- multiply simple fractions together and simplify the answer
- divide proper fractions by whole numbers
- recall and use equivalence between simple fractions, decimals and percentages.
- Multiply and divide whole numbers and decimals up to 3dp by 10, 100 or 1000
- read, write, order and compare numbers up to 3dp
- round decimals with up to 3dp to the nearest whole
- solve problems with numbers up to 3dp
- work out percentages of different amounts
- solve problems using percentages
- use simple formulae
- express missing number problems using algebra
- find pairs of numbers that satisfy equations with two variables
- solve problems involving simple ratios
- solve problems involving similar shapes where the scale factor is known
- use, read, write and convert between standard units of measure
- measure, compare and calculate using different measures
- know that shapes with the same area can have different perimeters
- find the area of parallelograms and right triangles
- find the volume of cubes and cuboids
- convert between miles and km
- name and understand the parts of circles - radius, diameter and circumference
- draw 2D shapes accurately using dimensions and angles
- compate and classify 2D shapes by a range of properties
- find missing angles in triangles, quadrilaterals and regular shapes
- use coordinates in all 4 quadrants
- draw and translate simple shapes in all 4 quadrants
- interpret and construct pie charts and line graphs
- calculate the mean as an average

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Year 6 is generally equivalent to 5th Grade in the US.

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## Word Problems Zone

Fractions percents ratio zone.

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Coronavirus Stay At Home Support

For those parents who have found themselves unexpectedly at home with the kids and need some emergency activities for them to do, we have started to develop some Maths Grab Packs for kids in the UK.

Each pack consists of at least 10 mixed math worksheets on a variety of topics to help you keep you child occupied and learning.

The idea behind them is that they can be used out-of-the-box for some quick maths activities for your child.

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- Free Maths Grabs Packs

## Place Value & Number Sense Zone

Year 6 number worksheets.

Here you will find a range of Free Printable Year 6 Number Worksheets.

Using these Year 6 maths worksheets will help your child to:

- use place value with numbers up to 10 million;
- use place value with up to 3 decimal places;
- understand how to use exponents (powers) of a number;
- understand and use parentheses (brackets);
- understand and use multiples and factors;
- extend their knowledge of prime and composite (non-prime) numbers up to 100;
- know and be able to use the PEMDAS (or PEDMAS) rule.
- Place Value Worksheets to 10 million
- Place Value to 3dp
- Ordering Decimals Worksheets
- PEMDAS Rule Support Page
- PEMDAS Problems Worksheets
- Balancing Math Equations
- Roman Numerals worksheets

## Ordering Large Numbers and Decimals to 3dp

The sheets in this section involve ordering lists of decimals to 3 decimal places and also large numbers up to 100 million.

There are sheets with decimals up to 10, and also sheets with numbers from -10 to 10.

- Ordering Large Numbers up to 100 million
- Ordering Decimals to 3dp

## Rounding Decimals

- Rounding to the nearest tenth
- Rounding Decimal Places Sheets to 2dp
- Rounding Decimals Worksheet Challenges

## Year 6 Decimal Counting Worksheets

Using these sheets will support you child to:

- count on and back by multiples of 0.1;
- fill in the missing numbers in sequences;
- count on and back into negative numbers.
- Counting By Decimals

## Year 6 Mental Maths Zone

Each worksheet tests the children on a range of math topics from number facts and mental arithmetic to geometry, fraction and measures questions.

A great way to revise topics, or use as a weekly math quiz!

- Year 6 Mental Maths Tests

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## Year 6 Addition Worksheets

- add decimals including tenths and hundredths mentally;
- add a columns of multi-digit numbers, including decimals.
- Decimal Addition Fact Worksheets
- 5th Grade Addition Worksheets BIG Numbers
- Decimal Column Addition Worksheets
- Money Worksheets (randomly generated)

## Year 6 Subtraction Worksheets

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- subtract decimals including tenths and hundredths mentally;
- subtract multi-digit numbers, including decimals using column subtraction.
- Subtracting Decimals Worksheets (mental)
- Subtraction Worksheets up to Billions (columns)
- Column Subtraction with Decimals

## Year 6 Multiplication Worksheets

- extend their knowlege of multiplication to decimals;
- use their multiplication tables to answer related facts, including decimals;
- multiply a range of decimals with up to 2 decimal places (2dp) by a whole number;
- multiply different money amounts by a whole number.
- Multiplying Decimals by 10 and 100
- Multiplication Fact Sheet Decimals
- Decimal Multiplication Worksheets to 1dp
- Decimal Multiplication Worksheets to 2dp
- Free Multiplication Worksheets (randomly generated)
- Multiply and Divide by 10 100 (decimals)
- Multiplication & Division Worksheets (randomly generated)
- Multiplication Word Problems

## Division Worksheets 5th Grade

Using these Year 6 maths worksheets will help your child learn to:

- divide any whole number up to 10000 by a two digit number;
- express any division with a remainder in the form of a mixed number (a number with a fraction part).
- Long Division Worksheets (whole numbers)
- Long Division of Decimal Numbers
- Decimal Division Facts
- Division Facts Worksheets (randomly generated)

## Year 6 Maths Problems

- apply their addition, subtraction, multiplication and division skills;
- apply their knowledge of rounding and place value;
- solve a range of problems including "real life" problems and ratio problems.

These sheets involve solving one or two more challenging longer problems.

- Year 6 Math Problems (5th Grade)

These sheets involve solving many 'real-life' problems involving data.

- Year 6 Math Word Problems (5th Grade)

These sheets involve solving a range of ratio problems.

## Year 6 Fraction Worksheets

Year 6 percentage worksheets, year 6 ratio worksheets.

- compare and order fractions;
- add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers;
- understand how to multiply fractions by a whole number;
- understand how to multiply two fractions together, including mixed fractions;
- understand the relationship between fractions and division;
- know how to divide fractions and mixed fractions;
- convert decimals to fractions.
- Comparing Fractions Worksheet page
- Adding Fractions Worksheets
- Adding Improper Fractions
- Subtracting Fractions Worksheets
- Adding Subtracting Fractions Worksheets
- Improper Fraction Worksheets
- Converting Decimals to Fractions Worksheets
- Fractions Decimals Percents Worksheets
- Multiplying Fractions Worksheets
- Dividing Fractions by Whole numbers
- Divide Whole numbers by Fractions
- Simplifying Fractions Worksheets
- Free Printable Fraction Riddles (harder)

Take a look at our percentage worksheets for finding the percentage of a number or money amount.

We have a range of percentage sheets from quite a basic level to much harder.

- Percentage of Numbers Worksheets
- Money Percentage Worksheets
- Percentage Word Problems

These Year 6 Ratio worksheets are a great way to introduce this concept.

We have a range of part to part ratio worksheets and slightly harder problem solving worksheets.

- Ratio Part to Part Worksheets
- Ratio and Proportion Worksheets

## Year 6 Geometry Worksheets

- know how to find missing angles in a range of situations;
- learn the number of degrees in a right angle, straight line, around a point and in a triangle;
- know how to calculate the area of a triangle;
- know how to calculate the area of a range of quadrilaterals.
- learn the formulas to calculate the area of triangles and some quadrilaterals;
- write and plot coordinates in all 4 quadrants.
- (5th Grade) Geometry - Angles
- Area of Quadrilaterals
- 5th Grade Volume Worksheets
- Coordinate Worksheets (1st Quadrant)
- Coordinate Plane Worksheets (All 4 Quadrants)
- Parts of a Circle Worksheets

## Measurement Zone, including Time & Money

Year 6 measurement worksheets.

Using these sheets will help your child understand how to:

- learn how to read a standard scale going up in different fractions: halves, quarters, eighths and sixteenths;
- learn how to read a metric scale going up in 0.1s, 5s, 10s, 25s, 50s & 100s;
- learn how to estimate a measurement of length, weight or liquid;
- convert temperatures in Celsius and Fahrenheit.
- (5th Grade) Measurement Worksheets

## Time Puzzles - harder

Here you will find our selection of harder time puzzles.

- Time Word Problems Worksheets - Riddles (harder)

Using these sheets will help you to:

- find the mean of up to 5 numbers;
- find a missing data point when the mean is given.
- Mean Worksheets

## Fun Zone: Puzzles, Games and Riddles

Year 6 maths games.

- Year 6 Math Games (5th Grade)

## Year 6 Maths Puzzles

The puzzles will help your child practice and apply their addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts as well as developing their thinking and reasoning skills in a fun and engaging way.

- Printable Math Puzzles

## Math Salamanders Year 6 Maths Games Ebook

Our Year 6 Maths Games Ebook contains all of our fun maths games, complete with instructions and resources.

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## 35 year 6 maths questions

Practise 35 year 6 maths questions that will help your child stay on track!

Author Amber Watkins

Published February 2024

- Key takeaways
- Year 6 maths word problems help students apply mathematical concepts to real-world scenarios.
- In year 6 maths, it’s important to master fractions, decimals, and order of operations.
- Hard problems can be simplified by drawing a picture or using a method that makes them easier to solve.

Table of contents

- Word problems

## Numbers & place value

Multiplication.

If this maths page has 5 sections of maths questions with an average of 7 questions in each section, can you guess how many problems there will be in all? That’s right, there will be a total of 35 year 6 maths questions for us to practise. Without realising it, you just solved one of our first year 6 word problems . Excellent work! Together we will review year 6 maths problems with decimals, fractions, order of operations, and rounding. We will even consider hard maths problems, like multiplying using square models and number lines. Don’t worry about getting the answers right the first time, each section includes answers if you need a sneak peek. So grab a pad and pencil and let’s begin.

## Year 6 maths word problems

Let’s begin by covering maths word problems.

Mia’s water bottle can hold 300 millilitres of water. She drinks two and a half water bottles each day. How many total millilitres of water does Mia drink each day?

The playground is made up of four rectangular lots that are each 10 metres by 7 metres. What is the total area of the playground?

Josh lives 2.5 kilometres away from the park. Josh rides his bike to the park and back home four days a week. How many kilometres does Josh ride his bike each week?

Since we are solving word problems, a word should always be in our answer.

In this section, we will cover maths questions that use place values, word form to standard form, standard form to word form, and expanded form.

## Place value

Which digit in the number 245 is in the hundreds place?

Which digit in the number 4,602 is in the tens place?

Which digit in the number 752 is in the ones place?

## Word form to standard form

Standard form to expanded form.

4,000 + 300 + 2 = 4,302

600 + 50 + 4 = 654

20,000 + 2,000 + 300 + 60 + 5 = 22,365

In this section, we will cover year six maths questions that include comparing decimals and rounding decimals to the nearest tenth, hundredth, and thousandths place. Let’s get started.

8.9 and 8.900 are the same.

Remember if the number to the right is 5 or larger, you can borrow and become one digit larger. If the number to the right is between 0 and 4, you can’t borrow and the number remains the same.

In this section, we will review maths questionss for year six that cover the topics of adding and subtracting two and three-digit numbers using transformation, division using area models, and the order of operations.

## Adding and subtracting whole numbers by transformation

A large portion of year 6 maths problems can be made easier to solve by transformation or changing numbers to make the problem simpler. Let’s practise adding and subtracting two and three-digit numbers by transformation.

How to add numbers using transformation?

When adding or subtracting numbers, look for ways to round to make the problem simpler. Don’t forget what you do to one number, you have to do the opposite to the other. This makes sure the problem stays balanced. Let’s see how this is done. What is 48 + 52? 48 + 2 = 50

52 – 2 = 50

50 + 50 = 100.

It may be difficult to add 48 + 52 in your head, so we round 48 to 50 by adding 2. Since we added 2 to the first number, we have to make sure to subtract 2 from the second number. So now the problem is 50 plus 50, which is much easier to calculate!

32 – 2 = 30 68 + 2 = 70 30 + 70 = 100 The answer is 100.

208 – 8 = 200 432 + 8 = 440 200 + 440 = 640 The answer is 640.

321- 1 = 320 199 + 1 = 200 320- 200 = 120 The answer is 120

## Division using area models

Don’t know what an area model is? See our area model guide to help with these problems.

Using an area model find the quotient of 365 ፥ 5 =

Using an area model find the quotient of 504 ፥ 6 =

Using the area model below, find the quotient of 872 ፥ 2 =

## Order of operations

Many people remember the Order of Operations with the acronym PEMDAS- “Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally”, with each letter representing an operation: Parentheses, Exponents, Multiply or Divide, Add or Subtract. Solve the following equations using the order of operations.

Remember that the steps Multiply or Divide can be done in any order. Also, the steps Add or Subtract can be done in any order, do the operation that comes first.

Some of the hardest maths questions involve multiplying: multiplying using square models, multiplying fractions and whole numbers using expanded form, and multiplying fractions using number lines. Let’s practise a few of each!

## Multiplying using square models

Multiplying using square models is a method to help students “see” multiplication problems in a simpler way.

Multiply 42 x 35 using the square model below.

Multiply 55 x 76 using the square model below.

Multiply 98 x 42 using the square model below.

## Multiplying fractions and whole numbers using expanded form

Multiply ½ x 5 using expanded form.

Multiply ⅔ x 6 using expanded form.

Multiply ⅙ x 7 using expanded form.

## Multiplying fractions using a number line

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## Word problem answer sheet

Mia drinks 750 millilitres of water each day.

Explanation: 300 x 2 = 600. 300 / 2 = 150. 600 + 150 = 750.

280 square metres.

Explanation: The area of one lot is 10 x 7 = 70 metres. Take that area and times it by four, so 70 x 4 = 280 metres.

Josh rides 20 kilometres on his bike each week.

Explanation: Each day Josh rides 5 total kilometres: 2.5 kilometres to the park and 2.5 kilometres back home. If we multiply that number by 4 days a week, it equals 20 kilometres in all.

## Writing numbers answer sheet

2 is in the hundreds place.

0 is in the tens place.

2 is in the ones place.

## Division using area models answer sheet

## Multiplying using square models answer sheet

## Multiplying fractions and whole numbers using expanded form answer sheet

## Multiplying fractions using a number line answer sheet

Explanation – First divide the number line into 6 equal parts and draw up a line up to 4/6. Then find the ½ way mark of that line you drew up to 4/6. You will now see the line is divided into three parts. So the answer would be ⅓.

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Amber Watkins

Amber is an education specialist with a degree in Early Childhood Education. She has over 12 years of experience teaching and tutoring students in maths. "Knowing that my work in maths education makes such an impact leaves me with an indescribable feeling of pride and joy!"

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## Using Year 6 Maths Worksheets

Ever noticed how Year 6 students often have a maths worksheet tucked into their books? That’s because these sheets are a golden ticket to mastering maths! They’re like a gym for young brains, steadily building their mathematical muscles.

From practicing tricky sums over and over to getting ready for the big leagues of advanced topics, these worksheets do wonders. What’s more, they’re a teacher’s little helper, shining a light on where a student might need a bit more help. And in class? They’re the heart of group work, making maths a team sport and a problem-solving adventure.

## Year 6 Maths in the real world

Now, let’s chat about why Year 6 maths feels so real-world relevant. Imagine divvying up a pizza slice with mates; that’s your fractions lesson right there. And when they’re counting their pocket money? Decimals to the rescue! Ever tried guessing if a new desk would fit in a room or tackled a DIY furniture project? That’s geometry in action.

Beyond just numbers, Year 6 maths tunes up the brain, teaching it to think logically and solve those everyday puzzles life throws our way. It’s not just about sums; it’s about gearing up for real life!

## List of Topics

See below the list of topics covered. All KS1 and KS2 worksheets can be accessed here.

- Adding to a Single Digit
- Adding to a Two Digit Number
- Adding to a Three Digit Number
- Adding Three Numbers
- Number Bonds up to 20
- Number Bonds over 20

## SUBTRACTION

- Single Digit Subtraction
- Two Digit Subtraction
- Three Digit Subtraction
- Working with the Difference
- Multiplication and Division worksheets
- Number and Place Value Worksheets
- Fractions, Decimals and Percentages

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- Position and Direction
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WEEK 08 ROUNDING IN CONTEXT real life place value | ||||||||

WEEK 08 ROUNDING IN CONTEXT real life place value | ||||||||

WEEK 09 CALCULATING MISSING ANGLES IN QUADRILATERALS AND TRIANGLES acute obtuse reflex right 2d shape | WEEK 09 | CALCULATING MISSING ANGLES IN QUADRILATERALS AND TRIANGLES | ||||||

WEEK 09 CALCULATING MISSING ANGLES IN QUADRILATERALS AND TRIANGLES acute obtuse reflex right 2d shape | ||||||||

WEEK 09 CALCULATING MISSING ANGLES IN QUADRILATERALS AND TRIANGLES acute obtuse reflex right 2d shape | ||||||||

WEEK 10 ADDING AND SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS AND MIXED NUMBERS take away addition subtraction | WEEK 10 | ADDING AND SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS AND MIXED NUMBERS | ||||||

WEEK 10 ADDING AND SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS AND MIXED NUMBERS take away addition subtraction | ||||||||

WEEK 10 ADDING AND SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS AND MIXED NUMBERS take away addition subtraction | ||||||||

WEEK 10 ADDING AND SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS AND MIXED NUMBERS take away addition subtraction | ||||||||

WEEK 10 ADDING AND SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS AND MIXED NUMBERS take away addition subtraction | ||||||||

WEEK 11 READ & WRITE VALUES UP TO 10000000 place value million number | WEEK 11 | READ AND WRITE VALUES UP TO 10,000,000 | ||||||

WEEK 11 READ & WRITE VALUES UP TO 10000000 place value million number | ||||||||

WEEK 11 READ & WRITE VALUES UP TO 10000000 place value million number | ||||||||

WEEK 11 READ & WRITE VALUES UP TO 10000000 place value million number | ||||||||

WEEK 11 READ & WRITE VALUES UP TO 10000000 place value million number | ||||||||

WEEK 12 CONVERTING BETWEEN DIFFERENT METRIC UNITS OF MEASUREMENT length mass capacity mm cm metre km kilo gram cl ml milli | WEEK 12 | CONVERTING BETWEEN DIFFERENT METRIC UNITS OF MEASUREMENT | ||||||

WEEK 12 CONVERTING BETWEEN DIFFERENT METRIC UNITS OF MEASUREMENT length mass capacity mm cm metre km kilo gram cl ml milli | ||||||||

WEEK 12 CONVERTING BETWEEN DIFFERENT METRIC UNITS OF MEASUREMENT length mass capacity mm cm metre km kilo gram cl ml milli | ||||||||

WEEK 13 INTERPRETING A PIE CHART graph proportion read | WEEK 13 | INTERPRETING A PIE CHART | ||||||

WEEK 13 INTERPRETING A PIE CHART graph proportion read | ||||||||

WEEK 13 INTERPRETING A PIE CHART graph proportion read | ||||||||

WEEK 13 INTERPRETING A PIE CHART graph proportion read | ||||||||

WEEK 14 USE A FORMULA TO CALCULATE THE AREA & VOLUME OF SHAPES 2d 3d width height depth length dimension | WEEK 14 | USE A FORMULA TO CALCULATE THE AREA AND VOLUME OF SHAPES | ||||||

WEEK 14 USE A FORMULA TO CALCULATE THE AREA & VOLUME OF SHAPES 2d 3d width height depth length dimension | ||||||||

WEEK 14 USE A FORMULA TO CALCULATE THE AREA & VOLUME OF SHAPES 2d 3d width height depth length dimension | ||||||||

WEEK 15 SEEING FRACTIONS AS DIVISION divide denominator numerator share | WEEK 15 | SEEING FRACTIONS AS DIVISION | ||||||

WEEK 15 SEEING FRACTIONS AS DIVISION divide denominator numerator share | ||||||||

WEEK 15 SEEING FRACTIONS AS DIVISION divide denominator numerator share | ||||||||

WEEK 16 FIND VALUES FOR TWO UNKNOWN NUMBERS algebra x y variable missing | WEEK 16 | FIND VALUES FOR TWO UNKNOWN NUMBERS | ||||||

WEEK 16 FIND VALUES FOR TWO UNKNOWN NUMBERS algebra x y variable missing | ||||||||

WEEK 16 FIND VALUES FOR TWO UNKNOWN NUMBERS algebra x y variable missing | ||||||||

WEEK 17 READ & WRITE ROMAN NUMERALS | WEEK 17 | READ AND WRITE ROMAN NUMERALS | ||||||

WEEK 17 READ & WRITE ROMAN NUMERALS | ||||||||

WEEK 17 READ & WRITE ROMAN NUMERALS | ||||||||

WEEK 17 READ & WRITE ROMAN NUMERALS | ||||||||

WEEK 18 READING LINE GRAPHS chart interpret time | WEEK 18 | READING LINE GRAPHS | ||||||

WEEK 18 READING LINE GRAPHS chart interpret time | ||||||||

WEEK 18 READING LINE GRAPHS chart interpret time | ||||||||

WEEK 19 CALCULATING THE HIGHEST COMMON FACTOR, LOWEST COMMON MULTIPLE & IDENTIFYING PRIME NUMBERS | WEEK 19 | CALCULATING THE HIGHEST COMMON FACTOR, LOWEST COMMON MULTIPLE & IDENTIFYING PRIME NUMBERS | ||||||

WEEK 19 CALCULATING THE HIGHEST COMMON FACTOR, LOWEST COMMON MULTIPLE & IDENTIFYING PRIME NUMBERS | ||||||||

WEEK 19 CALCULATING THE HIGHEST COMMON FACTOR, LOWEST COMMON MULTIPLE & IDENTIFYING PRIME NUMBERS | ||||||||

WEEK 20 MISSING ANGLES AT A POINT ON A STRAIGHT LINE & OPPOSITE ANGLES 180 360 degree | WEEK 20 | MISSING ANGLES AT A POINT, ON A STRAIGHT LINE AND OPPOSITE ANGLES | ||||||

WEEK 20 MISSING ANGLES AT A POINT ON A STRAIGHT LINE & OPPOSITE ANGLES 180 360 degree | ||||||||

WEEK 20 MISSING ANGLES AT A POINT ON A STRAIGHT LINE & OPPOSITE ANGLES 180 360 degree | ||||||||

WEEK 21 USING THE SHORT DIVISION METHOD TO CALCULATE DECIMAL REMAINDERS divide bus stop share | WEEK 21 | USING THE SHORT DIVISION METHOD TO CALCULATE DECIMAL REMAINDERS | ||||||

WEEK 21 USING THE SHORT DIVISION METHOD TO CALCULATE DECIMAL REMAINDERS divide bus stop share | ||||||||

WEEK 21 USING THE SHORT DIVISION METHOD TO CALCULATE DECIMAL REMAINDERS divide bus stop share | ||||||||

WEEK 22 CALCULATING THROUGH ZERO positive negative value 0 | WEEK 22 | CALCULATING THROUGH ZERO | ||||||

WEEK 22 CALCULATING THROUGH ZERO positive negative value 0 | ||||||||

WEEK 22 CALCULATING THROUGH ZERO positive negative value 0 | ||||||||

WEEK 23 CONVERTING BETWEEN KM AND MILES equal same kilometre length metric | WEEK 23 | CONVERTING BETWEEN KM AND MILES | ||||||

WEEK 23 CONVERTING BETWEEN KM AND MILES equal same kilometre length metric | ||||||||

WEEK 23 CONVERTING BETWEEN KM AND MILES equal same kilometre length metric | ||||||||

WEEK 24 DIVIDING FRACTIONS BY A WHOLE NUMBER division share | WEEK 24 | DIVIDING FRACTIONS BY A WHOLE NUMBER | ||||||

WEEK 24 DIVIDING FRACTIONS BY A WHOLE NUMBER division share | ||||||||

WEEK 24 DIVIDING FRACTIONS BY A WHOLE NUMBER division share | ||||||||

WEEK 25 RECOGNISE DESCRIBE & DRAW THE NETS OF 3D SHAPES cube cuboid prism cylinder tetrahedron pyramid | WEEK 25 | RECOGNISE, DESCRIBE AND DRAW THE NETS OF 3D SHAPES | ||||||

WEEK 25 RECOGNISE DESCRIBE & DRAW THE NETS OF 3D SHAPES cube cuboid prism cylinder tetrahedron pyramid | ||||||||

WEEK 25 RECOGNISE DESCRIBE & DRAW THE NETS OF 3D SHAPES cube cuboid prism cylinder tetrahedron pyramid | ||||||||

WEEK 26 SOLVE REAL-LIFE PROBLEMS USING ALL 4 OPERATIONS solving everyday subtract take away divide division share multiply multiplication addition adding | WEEK 26 | SOLVE REAL-LIFE PROBLEMS USING ALL 4 OPERATIONS | ||||||

WEEK 26 SOLVE REAL-LIFE PROBLEMS USING ALL 4 OPERATIONS solving everyday subtract take away divide division share multiply multiplication addition adding | ||||||||

WEEK 26 SOLVE REAL-LIFE PROBLEMS USING ALL 4 OPERATIONS solving everyday subtract take away divide division share multiply multiplication addition adding | ||||||||

WEEK 27 CALCULATING EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS AND SIMPLEST FORM lowest term equal same | WEEK 27 | CALCULATING EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS AND SIMPLEST FORM | ||||||

WEEK 27 CALCULATING EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS AND SIMPLEST FORM lowest term equal same | ||||||||

WEEK 27 CALCULATING EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS AND SIMPLEST FORM lowest term equal same | ||||||||

WEEK 27 CALCULATING EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS AND SIMPLEST FORM lowest term equal same | ||||||||

WEEK 28 AREA & PERIMETER OF 2D SHAPES length triangle rectangle square parallelogram | WEEK 28 | AREA AND PERIMETER OF 2D SHAPES | ||||||

WEEK 28 AREA & PERIMETER OF 2D SHAPES length triangle rectangle square parallelogram | ||||||||

WEEK 28 AREA & PERIMETER OF 2D SHAPES length triangle rectangle square parallelogram | ||||||||

WEEK 28 AREA & PERIMETER OF 2D SHAPES length triangle rectangle square parallelogram | ||||||||

WEEK 29 DIVIDING A QUANTITY BY A RATIO proportion share division | WEEK 29 | DIVIDING A QUANTITY BY A RATIO | ||||||

WEEK 29 DIVIDING A QUANTITY BY A RATIO proportion share division | ||||||||

WEEK 29 DIVIDING A QUANTITY BY A RATIO proportion share division | ||||||||

WEEK 30 DRAWING GRAPHS FROM A TABLE OF DATA chart pie line bar pictogram | WEEK 30 | DRAWING GRAPHS FROM A TABLE OF DATA | ||||||

WEEK 30 DRAWING GRAPHS FROM A TABLE OF DATA chart pie line bar pictogram | ||||||||

WEEK 30 DRAWING GRAPHS FROM A TABLE OF DATA chart pie line bar pictogram | ||||||||

WEEK 31 CALCULATE A PERCENTAGE OF A QUANTITY % divide | WEEK 31 | CALCULATE A PERCENTAGE OF A QUANTITY | ||||||

WEEK 31 CALCULATE A PERCENTAGE OF A QUANTITY % divide | ||||||||

WEEK 31 CALCULATE A PERCENTAGE OF A QUANTITY % divide | ||||||||

WEEK 32 WRITE AND DESCRIBE NUMBER SEQUENCES pattern term | WEEK 32 | WRITE AND DESCRIBE NUMBER SEQUENCES | ||||||

WEEK 32 WRITE AND DESCRIBE NUMBER SEQUENCES pattern term | ||||||||

WEEK 32 WRITE AND DESCRIBE NUMBER SEQUENCES pattern term | ||||||||

WEEK 33 IDENTIFYING THE DIFFERENT PARTS OF A CIRCLE CIRCUMFERENCE DIAMETER RADIUS | WEEK 33 | IDENTIFYING THE DIFFERENT PARTS OF A CIRCLE | ||||||

WEEK 33 IDENTIFYING THE DIFFERENT PARTS OF A CIRCLE CIRCUMFERENCE DIAMETER RADIUS | ||||||||

WEEK 33 IDENTIFYING THE DIFFERENT PARTS OF A CIRCLE CIRCUMFERENCE DIAMETER RADIUS | ||||||||

WEEK 34 MULTIPLYING 2 FRACTIONS GIVING THE ANSWER IN ITS SIMPLEST FORM lowest multiplication times table term | WEEK 34 | MULTIPLYING 2 FRACTIONS GIVING THE ANSWER IN ITS SIMPLEST FORM | ||||||

WEEK 34 MULTIPLYING 2 FRACTIONS GIVING THE ANSWER IN ITS SIMPLEST FORM lowest multiplication times table term | ||||||||

WEEK 34 MULTIPLYING 2 FRACTIONS GIVING THE ANSWER IN ITS SIMPLEST FORM lowest multiplication times table term | ||||||||

WEEK 35 CALCULATE THE MEAN AVERAGE OF A SET OF NUMBERS | WEEK 35 | CALCULATE THE MEAN AVERAGE OF A SET OF NUMBERS | ||||||

WEEK 35 CALCULATE THE MEAN AVERAGE OF A SET OF NUMBERS | ||||||||

WEEK 35 CALCULATE THE MEAN AVERAGE OF A SET OF NUMBERS | ||||||||

WEEK 35 CALCULATE THE MEAN AVERAGE OF A SET OF NUMBERS | ||||||||

WEEK 36 USE POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE VALUES number | WEEK 36 | USE POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE VALUES | ||||||

WEEK 36 USE POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE VALUES number | ||||||||

WEEK 36 USE POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE VALUES number | ||||||||

WEEK 37 MULTIPLYING A WHOLE NUMBER AND A DECIMAL VALUE multiplication unit | WEEK 37 | MULTIPLYING A WHOLE NUMBER AND A DECIMAL VALUE | ||||||

WEEK 37 MULTIPLYING A WHOLE NUMBER AND A DECIMAL VALUE multiplication unit | ||||||||

WEEK 37 MULTIPLYING A WHOLE NUMBER AND A DECIMAL VALUE multiplication unit | ||||||||

WEEK 38 CALCULATE EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS, DECIMALS AND PERCENTAGES equal % convert | WEEK 38 | CALCULATE EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS, DECIMALS AND PERCENTAGES | ||||||

WEEK 38 CALCULATE EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS, DECIMALS AND PERCENTAGES equal % convert | ||||||||

WEEK 38 CALCULATE EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS, DECIMALS AND PERCENTAGES equal % convert | ||||||||

WEEK 39 USING THE ORDER OF OPERATIONS bidmas bodmas add subtract take away divide division share multiply multiplication | WEEK 39 | USING THE ORDER OF OPERATIONS | ||||||

WEEK 39 USING THE ORDER OF OPERATIONS bidmas bodmas add subtract take away divide division share multiply multiplication | ||||||||

WEEK 39 USING THE ORDER OF OPERATIONS bidmas bodmas add subtract take away divide division share multiply multiplication | ||||||||

WEEK 40 IDENTIFY THE VALUE OF DIGITS IN DECIMAL NUMBERS place value | WEEK 40 | IDENTIFY THE VALUE OF DIGITS IN DECIMAL NUMBERS | ||||||

WEEK 40 IDENTIFY THE VALUE OF DIGITS IN DECIMAL NUMBERS place value | ||||||||

WEEK 40 IDENTIFY THE VALUE OF DIGITS IN DECIMAL NUMBERS place value | ||||||||

WEEK 41 DRAWING PIE CHARTS graph proportion | WEEK 41 | DRAWING PIE CHARTS | ||||||

WEEK 41 DRAWING PIE CHARTS graph proportion | ||||||||

WEEK 41 DRAWING PIE CHARTS graph proportion | ||||||||

WEEK 42 SUBSTITUTING A VALUE INTO A FORMULA algebra replace equation expression | WEEK 42 | SUBSTITUTING A VALUE INTO A FORMULA | ||||||

WEEK 42 SUBSTITUTING A VALUE INTO A FORMULA algebra replace equation expression | ||||||||

WEEK 42 SUBSTITUTING A VALUE INTO A FORMULA algebra replace equation expression | ||||||||

WEEK 43 TRANSLATING 2D SHAPES moving move polygon transformation | WEEK 43 | TRANSLATING 2D SHAPES | ||||||

WEEK 43 TRANSLATING 2D SHAPES moving move polygon transformation | ||||||||

WEEK 43 TRANSLATING 2D SHAPES moving move polygon transformation | ||||||||

WEEK 44 SOLVING PROBLEMS WITH UNITS OF MEASUREMENT solve mm cm metre km kilo milli centi gram kg ml cl litre | WEEK 44 | SOLVING PROBLEMS WITH UNITS OF MEASUREMENT | ||||||

WEEK 44 SOLVING PROBLEMS WITH UNITS OF MEASUREMENT solve mm cm metre km kilo milli centi gram kg ml cl litre | ||||||||

WEEK 44 SOLVING PROBLEMS WITH UNITS OF MEASUREMENT solve mm cm metre km kilo milli centi gram kg ml cl litre | ||||||||

WEEK 45 ESTIMATING TO CHECK ANSWERS guess approx estimate | WEEK 45 | ESTIMATING TO CHECK ANSWERS | ||||||

WEEK 45 ESTIMATING TO CHECK ANSWERS guess approx estimate | ||||||||

WEEK 45 ESTIMATING TO CHECK ANSWERS guess approx estimate | ||||||||

WEEK 46 COMPARING & ORDERING FRACTIONS greater less ascend descend | WEEK 46 | COMPARING AND ORDERING FRACTIONS | ||||||

WEEK 46 COMPARING & ORDERING FRACTIONS greater less ascend descend | ||||||||

WEEK 46 COMPARING & ORDERING FRACTIONS greater less ascend descend | ||||||||

WEEK 46 COMPARING & ORDERING FRACTIONS greater less ascend descend | ||||||||

WEEK 47 CALCULATING THE AREA OF TRIANGLES AND PARALLELOGRAMS space 2d shape | WEEK 47 | CALCULATING THE AREA OF TRIANGLES AND PARALLELOGRAMS | ||||||

WEEK 47 CALCULATING THE AREA OF TRIANGLES AND PARALLELOGRAMS space 2d shape | ||||||||

WEEK 47 CALCULATING THE AREA OF TRIANGLES AND PARALLELOGRAMS space 2d shape | ||||||||

WEEK 47 CALCULATING THE AREA OF TRIANGLES AND PARALLELOGRAMS space 2d shape | ||||||||

WEEK 48 TO CLASSIFY AND SORT 2D AND 3D SHAPES venn carrol properties vertex vertices sides | WEEK 48 | TO CLASSIFY AND SORT 2D AND 3D SHAPES | ||||||

WEEK 48 TO CLASSIFY AND SORT 2D AND 3D SHAPES venn carrol properties vertex vertices sides | ||||||||

WEEK 48 TO CLASSIFY AND SORT 2D AND 3D SHAPES venn carrol properties vertex vertices sides | ||||||||

WEEK 49 TO COMPARE AND ORDER NUMBERS UP TO 10000000 million ten greater less equal value ascend descend place value | WEEK 49 | TO COMPARE AND ORDER NUMBERS UP TO 10,000,000 | ||||||

WEEK 49 TO COMPARE AND ORDER NUMBERS UP TO 10000000 million ten greater less equal value ascend descend place value | ||||||||

WEEK 49 TO COMPARE AND ORDER NUMBERS UP TO 10000000 million ten greater less equal value ascend descend place value | ||||||||

WEEK 50 MENTALLY CALCULATE WITH ALL 4 OPERATIONS add addition adding subtract take away multiply multiplication times tables divide division share | WEEK 50 | MENTALLY CALCULATE WITH ALL 4 OPERATIONS | ||||||

WEEK 50 MENTALLY CALCULATE WITH ALL 4 OPERATIONS add addition adding subtract take away multiply multiplication times tables divide division share | ||||||||

WEEK 50 MENTALLY CALCULATE WITH ALL 4 OPERATIONS add addition adding subtract take away multiply multiplication times tables divide division share | ||||||||

WEEK 51 SOLVE PROBLEMS WITH RATIO & PROPORTION fraction part divide share | WEEK 51 | SOLVE PROBLEMS WITH RATIO AND PROPORTION | ||||||

WEEK 51 SOLVE PROBLEMS WITH RATIO & PROPORTION fraction part divide share | ||||||||

WEEK 51 SOLVE PROBLEMS WITH RATIO & PROPORTION fraction part divide share | ||||||||

WEEK 52 DRAW A LINE GRAPH FROM A TABLE OF DATA chart time | WEEK 52 | DRAW A LINE GRAPH FROM A TABLE OF DATA | ||||||

WEEK 52 DRAW A LINE GRAPH FROM A TABLE OF DATA chart time | ||||||||

WEEK 52 DRAW A LINE GRAPH FROM A TABLE OF DATA chart time |

Welcome to the Year 6 Mini-Maths homepage. Daily maths questions for Year 6 are available for every week of the year, providing free help for teachers, pupils and parents. 1000s of free tasks and activities are available to support children in their learning both in the classroom and at home. Use the search and filter box below to easily find the outcomes you require.

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## More about Year 6 Maths Questions …

The Year 6 curriculum completes the Key Stage 2 maths programme of learning bringing understanding and confidence together from Year 3 through to the end of Year 6. This journey culminates in the KS2 SATs assessments where learners are able to demonstrate their progress and development in the subject.

## Year 6 NUMBER …

The four operations reach a natural conclusion in Year 6 – addition, subtraction, multiplication and division involve more complex examples before introducing decimals values . Learners are looking to extend their understanding of units, tens, hundreds, thousands, etc, with the Place value of digits in decimal places, supporting the wider curriculum such as calculating decimal remainders using short division.

## Year 6 SHAPE …

Learners have been developing a sound understanding of 2D shape and 3D shape allowing them to sort and classify by their properties. Being able to identify and use these properties also improves an awareness of a shape’s area and perimeter or volume .

## Year 6 DATA …

Year 5 offers further coverage of tables, charts and graphs, where learners are expected to both read and interpret information in all types of graphs and charts including pie charts . Drawing graphs and charts from given data is also introduced in Year 6 maths.

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## Daily Maths Word Problems - Year 6 (Worksheets)

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This set of problem-solving questions has been designed to support teachers when teaching students about problem-solving in mathematics.

It provides students with the opportunity to work through 20 maths word problems, identifying the important information and how they can work it out using a variety of methods.

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## 20 Word Problems For Year 6: Develop Their Problem Solving Skills Across Single and Mixed KS2 Topics

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Word problems for Year 6 are an important part of the curriculum. For children to achieve success in the Year 6 SATs, in particular the more challenging reasoning element of the SATs assessments, it is essential they have the confidence to tackle a wide range of word problems.

Key to this success is regular exposure to the style and type of questions, covering the topics children could be presented with. Our collection of year 6 maths worksheets are is a great place to start.

To help child practice their problem solving skills, we have put together a collection of 20 word problems , organised by topic. This collection encompasses the types of questions children may encounter in the two reasoning papers.

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The National Curriculum states that children need to be able to solve problems by applying their mathematics to a variety of routine and non-routine problems with increasing sophistication, including breaking down problems into simpler steps and persevering in seeking solutions.

By Year 6, children can expect to be tackling a range of one-step, two-step and multi-step word problems. To achieve at least the expected standard in Year 6, pupils need to demonstrate the ability to solve word problems across a range of topics.

Solving problems including ordering, rounding and negative numbers.

Solving multiplication, division and addition and subtraction word problems including one and two-step word problems and multi-step word problems in context, deciding which operations and methods to use and why.

Solving problems involving comparing, ordering and sequencing fractions; using the four operations and problems which require answers to be rounded to specified degrees of accuracy.

Solving problems involving the relative sizes of two quantities; the calculation of percentages; involving similar shapes where the scale factor is known and can be found; and unequal sharing and grouping, using knowledge of fractions and multiples.

Solving problems including time word problems and involving the calculation and conversion of units of measure, using decimal notation up to three decimal places, where appropriate.

Interpret and construct pie and line graphs and use these to solve problems.

Word problems are an essential element of the Year 6 curriculum, because they require children to apply the knowledge they have learnt to ‘real life’ situations, for example, in money word problems . They shouldn’t just be taught as stand alone topics, but should be incorporated in lessons throughout the year, to ensure children have as much exposure as possible.

Solving word problems helps children learn the skills needed to apply their knowledge of maths beyond the classroom and into the real world.

When teaching problem solving in Year 6, children need to firstly look carefully at the key information and think about what they already know. Secondly, what is the word problem actually asking? Which calculation(s) would be required and would it help to draw/represent the problem pictorially?

Here is an example:

Ahmed is buying clothes. He buys a t-shirt for £12.99 and a pair of jeans which cost £12.26 more than the T-shirt. He pays with a £50 note. What change does Ahmed get?

How to solve:

What do you already know?

- More than means I will need to add the price of the T-shirt and jeans together.
- Decimals numbers means I need to remember to line up the decimal points in my calculations.
- Calculating change means I will need to subtract the total for the jeans and T-shirt from the original amount.

How can this be drawn/represented pictorially?

We can draw a bar model to represent this problem:

- To calculate the cost of the jeans, we need to add £12.99 and £12.26 = £25.25
- Ahmed pays using a £50 note.
- To calculate the change Ahmed will get, we need to subtract £25.25 from £50.
- £50 – £25.25 = £24.75

Problem solving is an important part of the preparation for the Key Stage 2 SATs, as this is the area children tend to find the most challenging. With two reasoning papers to complete, children will be expected to answer a wide range of word and number problem style questions. The best preparation for this is through regular exposure to these types of questions.

Addition word problems at Year 6 include larger 6 or 7 digit numbers, decimal numbers and problems involving finding the inverse. These can be one, two and multi-step problems

## Addition question 1

A shopping centre had 124,713 visitors in January, 102,539 in February and 118,768 in March. How many shoppers visited the shopping centre from January to March?

Answer (1 mark): 346,020

## Addition question 2

A shop has an offer on all T-shirts.

Buy one T-shirt, get one for half price.

If Tom buys 2 T-shirts, how much does he pay altogether?

Answer (2 marks): £7.35

## Addition question 3

The table below shows the number of visitors to the planetarium and the transport museum each day. Which day had the most visitors?

Answer (2 marks): Saturday

Subtraction word problems in Year 6 include larger 6 or 7 digit numbers, decimal numbers and problems involving finding the inverse. These can be one, two and multi-step problems

## Subtraction question 1

In the Autumn term, the total number of English and maths worksheets printed by a school was 63,502. 39,756 were maths worksheets. How many worksheets were printed out for English?

Answer (1 mark): 23,746

## Subtraction question 2

6 cars were weighed before being loaded onto the car transporter.

They weight of the cars was:

What is the difference in weight between the heaviest and lightest car?

Answer (1 mark): 1043kg

## Subtraction question 3

Two decimal numbers add together to make 37.53.

One number is 23.86.

What is the other number?

Answer (1 mark): 13.67

Multiplication word problems can include multiplying whole and decimal numbers by 1 and 2-digit numbers. A secure knowledge of times tables is helpful for children solving these questions confidently.

## Multiplication question 1

A box of chocolate contains 2 trays of chocolates.

There are 18 chocolates on each tray.

How many chocolates are there in 35 boxes of chocolates?

Answer (2 marks): 1260

## Multiplication question 2

Zara buys 4 large boxes of cupcakes and 3 small boxes of cupcakes.

Each large box contains 28 cupcakes. Each small box contains 16 cupcakes.

How many cupcakes does Zara buy altogether?

Answer (2 marks): 160

## Multiplication question 3

A cyclist cycled a route of 123.6 miles once a week for a year. How far did he cycle over the whole year?

Answer (2 marks): 6427.2

Division word problems in Year 6 can include division with whole numbers and decimal numbers, dividing by 1 and 2-digit numbers.

## Division question 1

A 940ml bottle of blackcurrant makes 20 drinks.

How many millilitres of blackcurrant are in each drink?

Answer (2 marks): 47

## Division question 2

Mr Jones is organising mini buses for a Year 6 school trip. Each minibus seats 12 people

120 Year 6 pupils are going on a school trip.

There needs to be one adult for every 10 pupils

How many coaches will Mr Jones need to book?

Answer (2 marks): 12 mini buses

125 pupils will need 13 adults = 138 in total

## Division question 3

A factory is packaging eggs in boxes of 12.

The factory has 878 eggs to box-up.

How many boxes will they have, to send to the supermarket?

Answer (2 marks): 73 boxes

Decimals, percentage word problems and fraction word problems can be stand alone, or they can involve converting between. For example, in questions using measures.

## Fractions, decimals and percentages question 1

By the end of the Autumn term, Chloe had used ⅔ of her maths book. If the book had 96 pages, how many pages had she used?

Answer (1 mark): 64 pages

⅓ of 96 = 32

⅔ of 96 = 64

## Fractions, decimals and percentages question 2

Abdullah received £600 for his birthday. He spent 45% of him money on a VR headset. How much did the headset cost him?

Answer (1 mark): £270

## Fractions, decimals and percentages question 3

Mrs Jones went to the local supermarket to buy some vegetables.

She bought:

- 1 3/10kg of potatoes
- 840.5g of apples
- 4/5kg of peaches
- 520.6g of grapes

What was the total weight of the shopping Mrs Jones bought?

Answer (1 mark):

- 1.3kg potatoes
- 0.8405kg apples
- 0.8kg peaches
- 0.520kg grapes

Ratio word problems are often linked with measures. Children should be encouraged to draw bar models to solve problems involving ratio, as these question really benefit from a visual representation.

## Ratio question 1

Sam and Zeyn were making drinks for the school fair. To make the jugs of squash, they were mixing 300ml of orange squash with 1500ml of water.

If they have 900ml of orange squash

- How much water will they need altogether?
- What will be the total volume of the squash?

Answer (2 marks):

- 4500ml of water
- 5400ml of squash

## Ratio question 2

A piece of ribbon is 72cm long. It is cut into pieces in the ratio of 2:3:4.

How long is each piece of ribbon?

Answer (1 mark): 16cm:24cm:32cm

Mixed operation word problems require two or more operations to solve. Alongside the four operations, they can also include other topics, including fractions and percentages These can be two-step or multi-step questions and are worth 2 or 3 marks in SATs papers.

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## Mixed four operations question 1

One bank-holiday weekend, a total of 346,728 people visited a theme park.

134,235 visited on Saturday

121,689 visited on Sunday.

How many visited on bank holiday Monday?

Answer (2 marks): 90,804

## Mixed four operations question 2

A pair of jeans in a shop cost £28.

In the sale, they were reduced in price by 25%.

What was the reduced price?

Answer (2 marks): £21

## Mixed four operations question 3

Sophie thinks of a number.

She multiplies her number by 6.

Then she adds 10

Finally she divides by 4.

Her answer is 13.

What was her original number?

Answer (1 mark): 7

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## Reasoning/Problem Solving Maths Worksheets for Year 6 (age 10-11)

Problem solving.

A variety of problem solving activities including time and money.

A perimeter/area investigation.

A good knowledge of the order of operations is needed for this problem solving task.

Find the cost of different numbers of houseplants.

Tricky addition which may need jottings to complete.

Here are sets of word problems only needing one step to solve, but it is not always obvious what calculation to carry out to reach the answer.

Here are some longer problems written in words. You need to work out more than one thing to get the answers.

Quite tricky word problems involving money, often requiring several steps to complete.

A good knowledge of metric measures is needed to complete these questions.

Questions which need an understanding of a.m., p.m., 24 hour clock, leap years as well as using graphs.

An atlas with time zones is needed for the first activity and there are line graphs on time to interpret.

When answering these problems say which operation is needed and whether it can be done mentally, on paper or with a calculator.

More on choosing the most appropriate method of calculating.

Tricky calculations working out the best and worst meal deals.

Purchasing various items from a vending machine. Tricky calculating with money.

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Investigate numbers and patterns, including sequences.

Quick and easy way to multiply 2-digit numbers by 11 - why does it work?

Show all your calculating skills with just four fours.

A first look at triangle numbers.

More on triangle numbers.

Further investigations involving triangle numbers.

Some great patterns can be found when dividing by 9 or 11, and using square numbers.

Plenty of ideas to help with investigations and inventing similar problems.

More investigations on adding consecutive numbers, dividing by a half, writing a simple formula as well as shape patterns.

Investigate numbers and shapes; quite tricky.

Complete a variety of number sequences and say what the rule for each sequence is. Some negative number work as well.

Using a multiplication square to look for number patterns: there are certainly plenty of them! Further sequence work, including Fibonacci.

Try the Ancient Egyptian method of multiplying. Great, if you are good at adding up!

Tips and hints on how to use a calculator to ensure correct answers.

## Holiday Problem Solving

A tricky selection of resources all linked to a holiday theme.

Very tricky to find the best options.

Very tricky calculations to find the best deal.

Finding the best deal is harder than it might seem!

A holiday which might cost more than it should unless there is some careful calculating.

This is complicated with special offers and percentages off making finding the cheapest deal difficult to work out.

More difficult than you might think to find the cheapest deal, including percentages.

Much trickier than it first looks, with many possible options to choose from. Some time is needed to complete this correctly.

A collection of puzzles to solve - some easy and some quite tricky. Ideal for the end of term.

Place the numbers 1 to 9 in the boxes so that each side of the triangle adds up to 20.

Replace the hexagons in the calculation with numbers: logical thinking needed.

Find the mathematical words in these anagrams.

Turn your calculator upside down to read the words!

A calculator is needed for this fun challenge.

This might not seem possible but with a little imagination it can be done.

How many moves to get all the coins on heads?

Nifty little puzzle with more than one solution.

More to do with square numbers than shapes!

Finding pairs of numbers that add up to square numbers. Tricky!

How many ways of making 15. Have you got all of them?

Can you make prime numbers by adding two square numbers?

Lots of coins and not change for £1.

Neat little code-breaker. Can you come up with others?

Logical thinking needed here.

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## Word problems in Year 6: challenging learners to take charge of their lesson

Word problems is one of the trickiest topics in Year 6. So why would a teacher run an experiment that challenges learners to take charge of the lesson for themselves?

As teachers, we hope we have all the answers. Mistakes and errors are usually ones we’ve come across before and it’s easy enough to guide learners back to the correct path. But what happens when you can’t find the answer? Your learners could struggle and lose confidence. Plus, you may have to admit to them, that you’re not sure what to do.

To prepare for the worst, I carried out an experiment with my Year 6 class. What if I completely left it to them to solve a maths problem?

## Letting my learners take charge of the lesson

Since adopting a maths mastery approach my learners have become more independent and more engaged in their maths lessons. If I admit that I don’t know the answer, then their reaction is to take up the challenge to find the answer themselves.

It’s important for me to find ways to stretch my learners — this helps to build confidence and gives them the resilience to try and fail, and then try again.

I decided to put them to the test and challenged them to take charge of a lesson. My plan was to use the fact that I didn’t know how to reach the answer to facilitate the class discussion.

I trusted that the class’s communication skills and way of working meant that we would be able to find the answer between us. This meant no preparation. The children had full responsibility for this lesson!

## The Year 6 word problems lesson

The lesson that I based my experiment on is from Maths — No Problem! 6A, Chapter 6: Word Problems, Lesson 4.

In this chapter, learners are asked to solve complex word problems using the four operations and bar model diagrams.

The first three lessons are workable, but the fourth lesson comes with a warning. It states that ‘ a traditional bar model will not be helpful and requires high-order reasoning and picture drawing ‘.

The fiendish nature of the lesson made it the perfect choice for the experiment. If this didn’t challenge my Year 6 class, nothing would!

## So, did the experiment work?

It was an overwhelmingly positive experience. The class solved the problem by throwing everything in. No one went into lesson thinking it would be easy. As the children weren’t judging themselves on whether they reached the answer, they could enjoy the struggle.

The interaction was excellent; ideas jotted down, diagrams added to explain, discarded ideas crossed through. Children moved around the class comparing methods in a constant hubbub of chat!

Finding the way to the answer involved going down many wrong paths. But there may be something of use in the wrong paths. We came to realise that the answer was almost an off-shoot of the lesson. It didn’t matter as much because you were still doing maths.

They were thinking hard, working with many people, sharing ideas to spark other ideas, and tackling problems alongside the teacher on a level playing field. No one admitted to being stuck, and no one gave up. If an idea led up a cul-de-sac, then you tried another way.

## Making use of journals

With the method and answer discovered, the children used their journals to write an explanation for an additional practice question. Here’s an example from one learner’s journal.

Journalling is a great way to develop higher-level thinking . In this instance, it gave the class the chance to select the relevant information and carry out the necessary calculations in groups. The journal entry also serves as a great reminder for my learners that they can persevere through tricky questions and find the answer for themselves.

The children’s engagement, communication skills, and confidence to operate a hard lesson was empowering. They had nothing to lose and all to gain by trying.

So, don’t avoid the difficult problems in lessons, see what your class comes up with. They’ll see that teachers aren’t perfect (they might suspect it already), take up the challenge, and you can share in their excitement when the answer eventually emerges.

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## Button-up Some More

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The challenge for you is to make a string of six (or more!) graded cubes.

I've made some cubes and some cubes with holes in. This challenge invites you to explore the difference in the number of small cubes I've used. Can you see any patterns?

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## First Connect Three

Add or subtract the two numbers on the spinners and try to complete a row of three. Are there some numbers that are good to aim for?

This challenge is a game for two players. Choose two of the numbers to multiply or divide, then mark your answer on the number line. Can you get four in a row?

## Factor-multiple Chains

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## Triangles All Around

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## Diagonal Sums

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## Ten Hidden Squares

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## Orange Drink

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## A. Whole numbers

- 1 Place values in whole numbers
- 2 Word names for numbers
- 3 Roman numerals

## B. Multiplication

- 1 Multiply using area models I
- 2 Multiply using area models II
- 3 Multiply using the distributive property
- 4 Lattice multiplication
- 5 Multiply whole numbers
- 6 Multiply whole numbers: word problems
- 7 Multiply numbers ending in zeroes
- 8 Multiply numbers ending in zeroes: word problems
- 9 Multiply three or more numbers
- 10 Multiply three or more numbers: word problems
- 11 Estimate products
- 12 Properties of multiplication
- 13 Solve using properties of multiplication

## C. Division

- 1 Divisibility rules
- 2 Divide by two-digit numbers
- 3 Divide by two-digit numbers: word problems
- 4 Division patterns with zeroes
- 5 Divide numbers ending in zeroes: word problems
- 6 Estimate quotients using compatible numbers
- 7 Estimate quotients

## D. Exponents

- 1 Write multiplication expressions using exponents
- 2 Evaluate powers
- 3 Find the missing exponent or base

## E. Number theory

- 1 Prime or composite
- 2 Identify factors
- 3 Prime factorisation
- 4 Prime factorisation with exponents
- 5 Highest common factor
- 6 Lowest common multiple
- 7 HCF and LCM: word problems
- 8 Square numbers

## F. Decimals

- 1 What decimal number is illustrated?
- 2 Decimal place values
- 3 Word names for decimal numbers
- 4 Put decimal numbers in order
- 5 Inequalities with decimals
- 6 Round decimals
- 7 Round whole numbers and decimals: find the missing digit
- 8 Decimal number lines

## G. Addition and subtraction

- 1 Add and subtract whole numbers up to millions
- 2 Add and subtract whole numbers: word problems
- 3 Properties of addition
- 4 Estimate sums and differences of whole numbers
- 5 Estimate sums and differences: word problems
- 6 Add decimal numbers
- 7 Subtract decimal numbers
- 8 Add and subtract decimal numbers
- 9 Add and subtract decimals: word problems
- 10 Estimate sums and differences of decimals using rounding
- 11 Estimate sums and differences of decimals using benchmarks
- 12 Maps with decimal distances

## H. Multiply and divide decimals

- 1 Multiply a decimal by a power of ten
- 2 Multiply a decimal by a one-digit number using the distributive property
- 3 Multiply a decimal by a one-digit whole number
- 4 Multiply a decimal by a two-digit number using area models
- 5 Multiply a decimal by a multi-digit whole number
- 6 Multiply decimals and whole numbers: word problems
- 7 Multiply two decimals
- 8 Estimate products of decimal numbers
- 9 Inequalities with decimal multiplication
- 10 Divide decimals by powers of ten
- 11 Decimal division patterns over increasing place values
- 12 Divide a decimal by a power of ten: find the missing number
- 13 Divide decimals using area models: complete the equation
- 14 Divide decimals by whole numbers
- 15 Divide decimals by whole numbers: word problems

## I. Fractions and mixed numbers

- 1 Fractions and mixed numbers review
- 2 Understanding fractions: word problems
- 3 Find equivalent fractions using area models
- 4 Graph equivalent fractions on number lines
- 5 Equivalent fractions
- 6 Write fractions in lowest terms
- 7 Fractions: word problems
- 8 Lowest common denominator
- 9 Graph and compare fractions on number lines
- 10 Compare fractions with like and unlike denominators
- 11 Compare fractions: word problems
- 12 Convert between improper fractions and mixed numbers
- 13 Convert fractions or mixed numbers to decimals
- 14 Convert decimals to fractions or mixed numbers
- 15 Convert between decimals and fractions or mixed numbers
- 16 Put a mix of decimals, fractions and mixed numbers in order

## J. Add and subtract fractions

- 1 Add and subtract fractions with like denominators using number lines
- 2 Add and subtract fractions with like denominators
- 3 Add and subtract fractions with like denominators: word problems
- 4 Inequalities with addition and subtraction of like fractions
- 5 Add fractions with unlike denominators using models
- 6 Add fractions with unlike denominators
- 7 Subtract fractions with unlike denominators using models
- 8 Subtract fractions with unlike denominators
- 9 Add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators: word problems
- 10 Estimate sums and differences of fractions using benchmarks
- 11 Add and subtract mixed numbers with like denominators
- 12 Add and subtract mixed numbers with unlike denominators
- 13 Add and subtract mixed numbers with like or unlike denominators: word problems
- 14 Estimate sums and differences of mixed numbers

## K. Multiply fractions

- 1 Fractions of a number
- 2 Fractions of a number: word problems
- 3 Multiply unit fractions by whole numbers using number lines
- 4 Multiples of fractions
- 5 Multiply fractions by whole numbers using number lines
- 6 Multiply fractions by whole numbers I
- 7 Multiply fractions by whole numbers II
- 8 Estimate products of fractions and whole numbers
- 9 Multiply fractions by whole numbers: input/output tables
- 10 Multiply mixed numbers and whole numbers

## L. Integers

- 1 Understanding integers
- 2 Integers on number lines
- 3 Graph integers on horizontal and vertical number lines
- 4 Compare and order integers using number lines
- 5 Compare integers
- 6 Put integers in order
- 7 Add integers using number lines
- 8 Subtract integers using number lines

## M. Mixed operations

- 1 Add, subtract, multiply or divide two whole numbers
- 2 Add, subtract, multiply or divide two whole numbers: word problems
- 3 Evaluate numerical expressions
- 4 Evaluate numerical expressions with brackets
- 5 Identify mistakes involving the order of operations
- 6 Evaluate numerical expressions with brackets in different places
- 7 Add, subtract, multiply or divide two decimals
- 8 Add, subtract, multiply or divide two decimals: word problems
- 9 Evaluate numerical expressions involving decimals
- 10 Add, subtract or multiply two fractions
- 11 Add, subtract or multiply two fractions: word problems

## N. Problem solving and estimation

- 1 Estimate to solve word problems
- 2 Multi-step word problems
- 3 Word problems with extra or missing information
- 4 Guess-and-check word problems
- 5 Distance/direction to starting point
- 6 Use logical reasoning to find the order

## O. Ratios and rates

- 1 Write a ratio
- 2 Write a ratio: word problems
- 3 Identify equivalent ratios
- 4 Write an equivalent ratio
- 5 Unit rates and equivalent rates

## P. Percents

- 1 What percentage is illustrated?
- 2 Convert fractions to percents using grid models
- 3 Convert between percents, fractions and decimals
- 4 Convert between percents, fractions and decimals: word problems
- 5 Compare percents to each other and to fractions
- 6 Compare percents and fractions: word problems
- 7 Estimate percents of numbers
- 8 Percents of numbers and money amounts
- 9 Percents of numbers: word problems
- 10 Find what percent one number is of another
- 11 Find what percent one number is of another: word problems

## Q. Units of measurement

- 1 Estimate metric measurements
- 2 Convert and compare metric units of length
- 3 Convert and compare metric units of mass
- 4 Convert and compare metric units of volume
- 5 Convert and compare metric units
- 6 Convert metric units involving decimals
- 7 Conversion tables
- 8 Metric mixed units
- 9 Convert between cubic centimetres, millilitres and litres
- 10 Convert between square metres and hectares
- 11 Compare temperatures above and below zero
- 1 Find the number of each type of coin
- 2 Add and subtract money amounts
- 3 Add and subtract money amounts: word problems
- 4 Multiply money by whole numbers
- 5 Multiply money: word problems
- 6 Divide money amounts
- 7 Divide money amounts: word problems

## S. Consumer maths

- 1 Which is the better coupon?
- 2 Unit prices
- 3 Unit prices with fractions and decimals
- 4 Sale prices
- 1 Elapsed time
- 2 Elapsed time: word problems
- 3 Find start and end times
- 4 Time units
- 5 Convert between 12-hour and 24-hour time
- 6 Reading schedules
- 7 Transportation schedules

## U. Coordinate plane

- 1 Objects on a coordinate plane - first quadrant only
- 2 Objects on a coordinate plane - all four quadrants
- 3 Graph points on a coordinate plane
- 4 Quadrants
- 5 Coordinate planes as maps
- 6 Follow directions on a coordinate plane

## V. Number sequences

- 1 Arithmetic sequences with whole numbers
- 2 Arithmetic sequences with decimals
- 3 Arithmetic sequences with fractions
- 4 Complete an increasing number sequence
- 5 Complete a geometric number sequence
- 6 Use a rule to complete a number sequence
- 7 Identify mistakes in number patterns
- 8 Number sequences: word problems
- 9 Number sequences: mixed review
- 10 Shape patterns

## W. Variable expressions

- 1 Write variable expressions
- 2 Write variable expressions: word problems
- 3 Evaluate variable expressions with whole numbers
- 4 Identify terms and coefficients

## X. One-variable equations

- 1 Does x satisfy an equation?
- 2 Which x satisfies an equation?
- 3 Write an equation from words
- 4 Model and solve equations using algebra tiles
- 5 Write and solve equations that represent diagrams
- 6 Solve one-step equations with whole numbers
- 7 Solve one-step equations: word problems

## Y. Two-dimensional figures

- 1 Identify and classify polygons
- 2 Measure and classify angles
- 3 Find a missing angle - adjacent angles
- 4 Estimate angle measurements
- 5 Name angles
- 6 Identify complementary, supplementary, vertical, adjacent and congruent angles
- 7 Find measures of complementary, supplementary, vertical and adjacent angles
- 8 Transversal of parallel lines

## Z. Symmetry and transformations

- 2 Reflection, rotation and translation
- 3 Translations: graph the image
- 4 Reflections: graph the image
- 5 Rotations: graph the image
- 6 Sequences of transformations: graph the image

## AA. Three-dimensional figures

- 1 Identify polyhedra
- 2 Which figure is being described?
- 3 Nets of three-dimensional figures
- 4 Front, side and top view
- 5 Cross sections of three-dimensional figures

## BB. Geometric measurement

- 1 Perimeter
- 2 Area of squares and rectangles
- 3 Area and perimeter of figures on grids
- 4 Area and perimeter: word problems
- 5 Rectangles: relationship between perimeter and area
- 6 Compare area and perimeter of two figures

## CC. Data and graphs

- 1 Interpret picture graphs
- 2 Create picture graphs
- 3 Interpret dot plots
- 4 Create dot plots
- 5 Interpret stem-and-leaf plots
- 6 Create stem-and-leaf plots
- 7 Create frequency tables
- 8 Interpret bar graphs
- 9 Create bar graphs
- 10 Interpret double bar graphs
- 11 Create double bar graphs
- 12 Circle graphs with fractions
- 13 Interpret line graphs
- 14 Create line graphs
- 15 Interpret double line graphs
- 16 Create double line graphs
- 17 Choose the best type of graph

## DD. Statistics

- 1 Calculate the mean
- 2 Calculate the median
- 3 Calculate the mode
- 4 Calculate the range
- 5 Interpret charts to find the mean
- 6 Interpret charts to find the median
- 7 Interpret charts to find the mode
- 8 Interpret charts to find the range
- 9 Mean, median, mode and range: find the missing number

## EE. Probability

- 1 Combinations
- 2 Probability of one event
- 3 Make predictions
- 4 Experimental probability
- 5 Probability of opposite, mutually exclusive and overlapping events
- 6 Identify independent and dependent events

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