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Length, angle, mass and capacity
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Measuring angles and length
Key Stage 2 2001 SAT-type question
Years 5 and 6 (age 9-11)

P2: Measure the angles and the length of each side of a quadrilateral. The worksheet generates six random quadrilaterals..keep clicking the 'change' button until all the quadrilaterals lie within the border and don't overlap.

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Year 4 (age 8 -9)

P3: Measure the width of the aliens

 

Measuring Angles
Year 6 (age 10-11)

P7: Estimate and measure angles: decide whether an angle is acute or obtuse, estimate its size and measure it to the nearest degree.

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Reading Scales

P9: Reading a variety of scales
Grams and kilograms

P11: Liquid in 1000 ml measuring cylinders
How much liquid is in each measuring cylinder? Measure to the nearest 10ml.

P12: Estimate how much liquid is left
Estimate how much is left in a 1 litre jug.

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Area and perimeter
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Work out the shaded area


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Area and Perimeter
Year 6 (age 10-11)

P13: Area and perimeter of rectangles.

 

P14: Work out the shaded area

 

Perimeter
Year 6 (age 10-11)

P26: Perimeter of shapes made from rectangles.
A rectangle is shown with the dimensions given: work out the perimeter of the shape made from two or more of the same rectangle.

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Mental arithmetic
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Four mental arithmetic 'tests' on an A4 page. Each 'test' comprises ten questions.

P17: National Curriculum: level 3 : measures and money

P18: National Curriculum: level 3 : time
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Telling the time
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An example of Year 2 clocks

 

Example of 'what is the time' worksheet.
Clocks on a timeline

Year 2 (age 6-7)
Analogue and digital clocks. What time is it, draw the hands on the clocks, how long does it take?
Read the time to the half or quarter hour on a digital clock or an analogue clock.

P23a: The analogue clock times are shown, what are the digital times?
P23b:
The digital clock times are shown, draw the hands on the clocks
P23c:
A mixture of the above

Year 3 (age 7-8)
Read the time to five minutes on a digital clock or an analogue clock.

P23d: The analogue clock times are shown, what are the digital times?
P23e:
The digital clock times are shown, draw the hands on the clocks
P23f:
A mixture of the above

Years 4 and 5 (age 8-10)

P19: What is the time..50 minutes after this...an hour and a half later?

P20: Match the analogue time with the digital time.

P23: Clocks on a timeline
Three accuracy options: show times every 15 minutes, 5 minutes or every minute.
The clock button hides or shows the hands on the clocks or the clocks themselves. Keep clicking!


The answer sheet will show the 12 hour clock and 24 hour clock times. Also the difference between the times shown on the clocks.

Year 6 (age 10-11)

P27: 12-hour and 24-hour digital clocks. Also shows clock faces Four options.
P28: 12-hour and 24-hour digital clocks. No clock faces
Three options

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