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Year 6 Cloze test: the storm
This is a passage from The Swiss Family Robinson, a novel written in 1812 by Johann David Wyss. It is about a family who are shipwrecked and have to survive on a tropical island and is written from the point of view of the father, William. Some of the words in the text are missing. Can you complete the text by filling in one missing letter per box?

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Year 6 Cloze test: the Caterpillar
Alice in Wonderland was written in 1865 by Lewis Carroll. It is a story about a girl called Alice who falls through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world. Some of the words in the text are missing. Can you complete the text by filling in one missing letter per box?

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Year 6 Cloze test: Mowgli in the jungle
The Jungle Book was written in 1894 by Rudyard Kipling. It is about a boy called Mowgli, who grows up with wolves. In this passage Baloo, a bear, and Bagheera, a black panther, show him the ways of the jungle. Some of the words in the text are missing. Can you complete the text by filling in one missing letter per box?
Year 5 Cloze test: the ship in the storm
This is a passage from Swiss Family Robinson, a novel written in 1812 by Johann David Wyss. It is about a family that get shipwrecked and have to survive on a tropical island. It is written from the point of view of the father, William. Some of the words in the text are missing. Can you complete the text by filling in one missing letter per box?

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Year 5 Cloze test: the garden party
The Garden Party is a short story by Katherine Mansfield, written in 1922. Some of the words in the text are missing. Can you complete the text by filling in one missing letter per box?

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Year 5 Cloze test: meeting Miss Havisham
Great Expectations is a novel by Charles Dickens about the life of boy called Pip. In this passage, he has gone to visit an old lady who was abandoned at the altar by the man she was about to marry. Miss Havisham has spent the rest of her life indoors, still wearing her wedding dress. Some of the words in the text are missing. Can you complete the text by filling in one missing letter per box?

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Year 4 Cloze test: time outdoors
Little Women is an American novel written by Louisa May Alcott in 1868. It is about the lives of four sisters growing up during the American Civil War. This passage is describes Laurie (their next-door neighbour) following them and finding them sitting outdoors. Look at the words at the bottom of the page. Can you work out where they should be inserted into the text?

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Year 4 Cloze test: Jo and Meg’s Christmas
Little Women, an American novel written by Louisa May Alcott in 1868, is about the lives of four sisters growing up during the American Civil War. This passage is about two of the girls waking on Christmas Day. Look at the words at the bottom of the page. Where do you think they should be inserted into the text?

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Year 4 Cloze test: Beth’s dolls
Little Women is an American novel written by Louisa May Alcott in 1868. It is about the lives of four sisters growing up during the American Civil War. This passage is about the sister called Beth and how she cares for her dolls. Look at the words at the bottom of the page and see if you can work out where they should be inserted into the text.

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Verbal reasoning worksheet: Compilation test, question types 7-9
Put your verbal reasoning skills to the test with a compilation quiz. Remember to write alphabets and grids on scrap paper to help you. Good luck!

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Non-verbal reasoning worksheet: Rotating 3D shapes
Look at the five figures in the top box. Each of the questions shows a figure formed by rotating one of the choices, A to E. Work out which shape has been rotated to make the figure shown in each question.

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Non-verbal reasoning worksheet: Reflection revision
Can you find the figure reflected along the dotted mirror line?

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Non-verbal reasoning worksheet: Introduction to 3D shapes
In these questions, the figure shown on the left is a 3D object. Find the top view of the figure from one of the choices.

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Non-verbal reasoning worksheet: Folding figures
A square piece of paper is folded along the arrow into the shape shown on the left and holes are punched in the locations shown on the left. Which figure will the paper look like when it is unfolded?

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Non-verbal reasoning worksheet: Focus on compound figures
Adding shapes and visualising the resultant shape can be a challenge, especially if the two shapes blend in with each other. What will the added shape look like in these questions?

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Non-verbal reasoning worksheet: Finding hidden figures
In these questions, the figure shown on the left is hidden in one of the five figures on the right. Choose the option in which the figure on the left is hidden. The figure on the left has not been rotated or changed.

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Non-verbal reasoning worksheet: Find the odd one out
In this non-verbal reasoning question type you’ll be looking for the odd one out in a series of figures – in other words, the ONE figure which is most unlike all the others.

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Non-verbal reasoning worksheet: Cubes practice
Working with the nets of cubes can be tricky, but lots of practice will boost your confidence! In these questions, the figure shown on the left is a 3D object. Find the top view of the figure from one of the choices.

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Non-verbal reasoning worksheet: Cubes and nets: shading and patterns
The net shown on the left forms one of the cubes on the right. Choose which cube can be formed from the net.

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Non-verbal reasoning worksheet: Cubes and nets: an introduction
A net is a 2D figure which can be folded into a 3D object. The net of a cube will, when cut out and assembled, make a cube! In these non-verbal reasoning questions you will need to relate a 2D net to the cube that can be made out of it.

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