In this worksheet, you will find 40 questions that include many of the level 1 topics that you have learned this year.
Work through the questions carefully.
Calculators may not be used.
Good luck!
This is a level 1 revision exercise to help prepare for Year 6/end of Key Stage 2 tests.
In this worksheet, you will find 40 questions that include many of the level 1 topics that you have learned this year.
Work through the questions carefully.
Calculators may not be used.
Good luck!
Write this number using figures:
Fourteen thousand and twenty-two
When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit 3.
Four million, six hundred and thirty-eight thousand, seven hundred and ninety
Compare:
521 625 _{ } 532 504
(Choose the correct symbol.)
Round to the nearest million:
5 456 011
Select all the prime numbers in this list.
In your head, work out:
34 + 26
Subtract:
4653 - 2846
(Use a piece of paper, and set the numbers out in a column subtraction.)
Use long multiplication to work out:
616 × 31
Use multiplication and division to work out the value of each letter in this multiplication grid.
x |
A | 8 | F | 5 |
---|---|---|---|---|
8 | 24 | 64 | 56 | 40 |
E | 12 | C | 28 | D |
7 | 21 | B | 49 | 35 |
Column A | Column B |
A | 3 |
B | 56 |
C | 32 |
D | 4 |
E | 20 |
F | 7 |
Use long division to work out:
1860 ÷ 15
Write down the number which is halfway between:
5400 and 10400
Work out:
7 → + 9 → × 2 → - 8 → ÷ 4 → ?
Work out:
(15 + 3) ÷ 3
Choose the fraction which is equivalent to the decimal:
0.375
Convert the following percentage to a decimal:
99%
The following improper fraction is changed to a mixed number:
19 |
3 |
Which is the correct answer, A or B?
A. | 3 | _{1} | B. | 6 | _{1} | |
^{6} | ^{3} |
Work out half of:
0.68
Work out:
2.683 + 5.1
Work out:
7.8 × 3
Work out:
7.8 ÷ 3
Look at the shading in this rectangle.
What fraction is shaded red?
Work out:
10% of 200
When we work out this calculation, what is the lowest common denominator we should choose for both fractions?
3 | + | 5 |
8 | 6 |
Work out the following, remembering to give your answer in its lowest terms, e.g. 7/10.
4 | × | 3 |
7 | 4 |
Look at these similar rectangles.
What is the ratio of their lengths, reduced to its lowest terms?
There are 15 apples in a tray.
Ann and Bill share them out.
For every two that Ann gets, Bill gets one.
How many apples does Bill get?
I think of a number.
I double it and add 7.
I get 21.
Write this using algebra.
Use n for the number I think of.
A sequence starts at 15 and follows the rule to add 3 to the previous term.
What is the 4th term of this sequence?
Calculate the area of this triangle in cm^{2}.
(Just write the number.)
5 miles is the same distance as 8 kilometres.
How far is 35 miles in kilometres?
(Just write the number.)
Jack pours 3 litres of water into a pan and then removes 500 ml.
How much is left in the pan in litres?
(Just write the number.)
Look at this circle.
Which letter shows the radius?
Two of the angles in a triangle are 95º and 35º.
Work out the size of the third angle in degrees.
(Just write the number.)
Look at the coordinate grid below.
What are the coordinates of the point F?
On paper, draw a set of x-y coordinate axes like these.
Follow these instructions to plot points and draw lines.
Name the shape that is formed.
Join (-2, -3) to (0, -3).
Join (0, -3) to (-1, -5).
Join (-1, -5) to (-2, -3).
Look at the triangles on this coordinate grid.
On which triangle does Triangle A land when it is translated:
8 squares down.
The children in a football team were asked to say their shoe size.
Work out the MODAL value or the MODE of this list.
5, 8, 7, 7, 6, 5, 6, 7, 6, 8, 7
This pie chart shows the results of a survey on favourite crisp flavours.
40 people took part in the survey.
How many chose Ready Salted?
Look at this line graph, which shows the height of a tomato plant, measured each week.
How tall was the plant in cm after 4 weeks?
(Just write the number.)
Amy has 22 marbles.
Ben has 25 marbles.
Charlie has 18 marbles.
They place all the marbles into a bowl and then each take one out of the bowl in turn, until it's no longer fair to do so.
How many are left in the bowl?
Write this number using figures:
Fourteen thousand and twenty-two
When you write the following number using digits, select the column in which you would place the digit 3.
Four million, six hundred and thirty-eight thousand, seven hundred and ninety
Compare:
521 625 _{ } 532 504
(Choose the correct symbol.)
Round to the nearest million:
5 456 011
Select all the prime numbers in this list.
In your head, work out:
34 + 26
Subtract:
4653 - 2846
(Use a piece of paper, and set the numbers out in a column subtraction.)
Use long multiplication to work out:
616 × 31
Use multiplication and division to work out the value of each letter in this multiplication grid.
x |
A | 8 | F | 5 |
---|---|---|---|---|
8 | 24 | 64 | 56 | 40 |
E | 12 | C | 28 | D |
7 | 21 | B | 49 | 35 |
Column A | Column B |
A | 3 |
B | 56 |
C | 32 |
D | 20 |
E | 4 |
F | 7 |
Use long division to work out:
1860 ÷ 15
Write down the number which is halfway between:
5400 and 10400
Work out:
7 → + 9 → × 2 → - 8 → ÷ 4 → ?
Work out:
(15 + 3) ÷ 3
Choose the fraction which is equivalent to the decimal:
0.375
Convert the following percentage to a decimal:
99%
The following improper fraction is changed to a mixed number:
19 |
3 |
Which is the correct answer, A or B?
A. | 3 | _{1} | B. | 6 | _{1} | |
^{6} | ^{3} |
Work out half of:
0.68
Work out:
2.683 + 5.1
Work out:
7.8 × 3
Work out:
7.8 ÷ 3
Look at the shading in this rectangle.
What fraction is shaded red?
Work out:
10% of 200
When we work out this calculation, what is the lowest common denominator we should choose for both fractions?
3 | + | 5 |
8 | 6 |
Work out the following, remembering to give your answer in its lowest terms, e.g. 7/10.
4 | × | 3 |
7 | 4 |
Look at these similar rectangles.
What is the ratio of their lengths, reduced to its lowest terms?
There are 15 apples in a tray.
Ann and Bill share them out.
For every two that Ann gets, Bill gets one.
How many apples does Bill get?
I think of a number.
I double it and add 7.
I get 21.
Write this using algebra.
Use n for the number I think of.
A sequence starts at 15 and follows the rule to add 3 to the previous term.
What is the 4th term of this sequence?
Calculate the area of this triangle in cm^{2}.
(Just write the number.)
5 miles is the same distance as 8 kilometres.
How far is 35 miles in kilometres?
(Just write the number.)
Jack pours 3 litres of water into a pan and then removes 500 ml.
How much is left in the pan in litres?
(Just write the number.)
Look at this circle.
Which letter shows the radius?
Two of the angles in a triangle are 95º and 35º.
Work out the size of the third angle in degrees.
(Just write the number.)
Look at the coordinate grid below.
What are the coordinates of the point F?
On paper, draw a set of x-y coordinate axes like these.
Follow these instructions to plot points and draw lines.
Name the shape that is formed.
Join (-2, -3) to (0, -3).
Join (0, -3) to (-1, -5).
Join (-1, -5) to (-2, -3).
Look at the triangles on this coordinate grid.
On which triangle does Triangle A land when it is translated:
8 squares down.
The children in a football team were asked to say their shoe size.
Work out the MODAL value or the MODE of this list.
5, 8, 7, 7, 6, 5, 6, 7, 6, 8, 7
This pie chart shows the results of a survey on favourite crisp flavours.
40 people took part in the survey.
How many chose Ready Salted?
Look at this line graph, which shows the height of a tomato plant, measured each week.
How tall was the plant in cm after 4 weeks?
(Just write the number.)
Amy has 22 marbles.
Ben has 25 marbles.
Charlie has 18 marbles.
They place all the marbles into a bowl and then each take one out of the bowl in turn, until it's no longer fair to do so.
How many are left in the bowl?
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