Year 6 Maths worksheets by School Year

Working with scale factors worksheet

Working with scale factors

Can you solve these scale factor problems?
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Solving scale factor problems worksheet

Solving scale factor problems

Can you solve these scale factor problems?
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Scale factor problems worksheet

Scale factor problems

We use scale factor to talk about the numbers a shape has been multiplied by to make a new shape in proportion with the original. Can you answer these scale factor questions?
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Looking at scale factors worksheet

Looking at scale factors

We use scale factor when we talk about increasing the size of a 2D shape. The size by which we make the shape larger is described by its scale factor. Can you solve these scale factor problems?
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Seven- and eight-digit numbers: understanding place value worksheet

Seven- and eight-digit numbers: understanding place value

For each of these numbers, follow the command and write your answer in the box on the right-hand side.
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Seven- and eight-digit numbers puzzle

Seven- and eight-digit numbers puzzle

Cut out the cards below. Can you match each number card with its correct description?
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Seven- and eight-digit numbers: place value grids

Seven- and eight-digit numbers: place value grids

Read each of these numbers, then write the number in digits in the place value grid below. Don’t forget to include commas in the correct places!
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Ordering seven- and eight-digit numbers worksheet

Ordering seven- and eight-digit numbers

Cut out the cards below. Can you put them in order, from smallest to largest?
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Year 6 number pyramids: multiplying Roman numerals

Year 6 number pyramids: multiplying Roman numerals

Each pair of adjacent Roman numerals need to be multiplied to make the one on top.
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Year 6 number pyramids: multiplying large numbers

Year 6 number pyramids: multiplying large numbers

Multiply the adjacent numbers and write their product in the circle above them.
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Year 6 number pyramids: multiplying fractions

Year 6 number pyramids: multiplying fractions

Each pair of adjacent fractions needs to be multiplied to make the one on top.
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Year 6 number pyramids: multiplying by 100 and 1000

Year 6 number pyramids: multiplying by 100 and 1000

Multiply the adjacent numbers and write their product in the circle above them.
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Year 6 number pyramids: adding fractions

Year 6 number pyramids: adding fractions

Each pair of adjacent fractions needs to be added to make the one on top. The fractions all have different denominators, so you will need to use your knowledge of multiples to work out how to add them.
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Year 6 number pyramids: adding decimals

Year 6 number pyramids: adding decimals

Add the adjacent decimals together and write their sum in the circle above them.
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KS2 Maths SATs 2016 past paper

Key Stage 2 - 2016 Maths SATs Papers

A complete set of official KS2 SATs maths papers from 2016. The past papers and answers and marking scheme can be downloaded for free from TheSchoolRun to offer at-home practice for the Y6 tests.
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Using the chunking method with remainders

Using the chunking method with remainders

Can you remember how to use the chunking method to divide large numbers? Use this method to solve these tricky problems.
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Using long division to divide worksheet

Using long division to divide

Do you remember how to use the long division method? Can you use the long division method to complete these calculations?
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Using chunking to divide four-digit numbers worksheet

Using chunking to divide four-digit numbers

Chunking is using multiplication to help us divide. There is no one particular way to do each calculation, it is all about estimating, using your own knowledge of numbers. Can you use chunking to help you solve these problems?
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Long division with remainders practice worksheet

Long division with remainders practice

The long division method is a fast way to divide numbers by two- or three-digit numbers. Can you use the long division method to solve these problems?
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Division using chunking practice worksheet

Division using chunking practice

Chunking uses multiplication to help us divide. It involves taking away chunks of the same size from the number (repeated subtraction) until we run out. Can you use chunking to solve these division problems?
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