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To solve these proportion problems you need to be able to find fractions and percentages of amounts and compare fractions, decimals and percentages. Once you’ve solved the problems, challenge a parent or friend by writing some of your own!
Remember to use BODMAS to answer these algebra problems!
Once you can find 50%, 25%, 75%, 10% and 5% of numbers you can find a lot of other percentages too. Find each of your answers in the coded table to uncover a secret treasure-map message.
On the grid, plot each set of coordinates then find the fourth coordinate to draw the shape given.
Can you find the perimeter of this shape? You’ll need to find the lengths of the two missing sides first. Then see if you can calculate the perimeter of this eight-sided shape? Finally, can you find the area of these shapes?
A net is what a 3D (three-dimensional) shape would look like if it were opened out flat. Find as many different nets as possible that are not the reflection of each other. There are quite a few!
Use your knowledge of how to find the mean, median, mode and range to solve these problems.
Can you find fractions and percentages of amounts and compare fractions, decimals and percentages? Then you’re ready to try solving these problems!
You’ll need to find fractions of amounts and add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions in order to solve the problems on this sheet.
If you can multiply fractions you’ll soon be able to divide them by whole numbers, too. Are you ready to have a go at these tricky calculations?
Can you put these decimals in order from smallest to largest?
Can you fill in the gaps to make each number sentence true?
You need to be able to calculate with negative numbers and decimals to do these tricky questions...
Do you remember the formula for calculating the volume of a cuboid? See if you can work out the volume of these cuboids, as well as their length, width and height.
Can you write down what BODMAS means? Then make these number sentences true by putting brackets in the correct place.
SATs have become synonymous with drilling and fact-based learning and children can find them boring and sometimes even demoralising to prepare for. This learning pack is a collection of enrichment activities aimed at getting children to use their imaginations and think about test management and success in a very different way.
Can you solve these 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?