Year 6 Maths worksheets by School Year
The official 2015 Level 6 KS2 maths SATs papers, free to download for at-home practice. Level 6 SATs were taken by very able children at the end of Year 6 between 2012 and 2015.
A complete set of official KS2 SATs maths papers (levels 3-5) from 2015. The past papers and answers and marking scheme can be downloaded for free from TheSchoolRun to offer at-home practice for the Y6 tests.
Make practice papers part of SATs revision with our mock KS2 maths tests, written in the style of the new Year 6 assessments. Available exclusively to TheSchoolRun subscribers.
A complete KS2 SATs maths practice paper (Test D), written in the style of the 2016 test to offer at-home practice for Year 6 children.
Arithmetic and problem-solving are the focus of the three KS2 SATs maths papers. A new-style test was introduced in May 2016; our subscriber-only practice papers have been designed to offer extra practice at home.
Boost your child's confidence in the run-up to the KS2 SATs with our maths practice papers, written in the style of the official assessments and designed for at-home practice.
A complete KS2 SATs maths practice paper (Test A), written in the style of the 2016 test to offer at-home practice for Year 6 children.
You’ll be working on mathematics questions that use letters in place of numbers in this worksheet. Complete these sum below and give your answers as a number or letter.
Can you convert these from grams to kilograms then from kilograms to grams? Then see if you can answer the worded weight questions.
Can you convert these from centimetres to metres: then from metres to centimetres? Then see if you can answer the worded length questions.
Can you convert these from millilitres to litres then from litres to millilitres? Then see if you can answer the worded capacity questions.
Rotational symmetry is where you can turn an object so that it looks exactly the same. The number of positions in which it looks exactly the same gives you its order of symmetry. Can you write the order of rotational symmetry under each of these shapes?
Can you draw nets on this squared paper that you can make into a square-based pyramid, cylinder, cube and triangular prism?
Identify the rules of a number sequence, find the lowest common denominator or the highest common factor, order fractions, use data tables, investigate probability and calculate area – all vital maths skills as your child moves into secondary school maths. Revise and practise key methods and concepts with our Year 6 to Year 7 maths transition pack and boost their confidence in the run-up to KS3.
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Can you solve these three word puzzles? You'll have to convert between different measures of time...
You’re going to need your ratio skills to build a fantastically colourful new house.
We want to mix some evil potions but we have to be sure to get the ratio of ingredients right. Can you help?
Each of the two players must take it in turns to roll both dice to get two numbers. Now add or subtract with them anyway you want. Mark off the answer on the board with one of your counters. The winner is the person with the most counters on the board at the end of the game.