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Worksheet ID:

06-01-01-058

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Description:

Math: Division - Dividing 6 digits by 2.

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Age Range:

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Math: Multiplication - Multiplying numbers by 10, 100 and 1000.

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Math: Rounding - Kids must round numbers to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000.

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Math: Multiplication/division - Children must multiply and divide numbers by 10.

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Math: Multiplication/division - Students must multiply and divide numbers by 1000.

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Math: Division - Divide these numbers by 10, 100 and 1000.

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Math: Rounding - Complete the chart by rounding each number to the nearest 10, 100 and 1000.

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Math: Odd and even - Answer the following written questions about odd and even numbers.

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Math: Number sequences - Complete the missing number sequences; Use of negative numbers.

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Maths: Negative numbers - Students are asked to calculate the missing temperatures in the table.

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Math: Number sequences - Fill in the missing numbers to these number patterns.

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Math: Number sequences - Fill in the missing numbers to these number sequences and then write the rule.

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Math: Prime numbers - Look at the number square from 1 - 100 and colour all of the prime numbers red.

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Maths: Prime numbers - Students are asked to colour all of the prime numbers red and the composite numbers blue.

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Prime numbers are whole numbers greater than 1, that have only two factors â€“ 1 and the number itself. For example, 2, 3, 5, 7 and 11 are the first prime numbers. Students are asked to look at the numbers and put them in the correct column.

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Math: Addition - Complete the addition sums; Adding 3 digits and 4 digits.

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Math: Addition/subtraction - Complete the following plus and minus squares.

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Math: Subtraction - Solve the subtraction problems to find the differences.

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Math: Vertical subtraction - Subtract 3-digit numbers with borrowing.

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Math: Multiplication - Work out the next six multiples of the given numbers.

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Math: Doubling/halving - Finding double and half of a given number.

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Math: Decimal rounding - Round the decimals to the nearest whole number and to the nearest tenth.

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Math: Vertical multiplication - Solve the multiplication problems.

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Math: Multiplication using brackets - Remember to do the sums in brackets first!

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Math: Multiplication using brackets - Remember to do the sums in brackets first!

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Math: Multiplication squares - Complete the multiplication squares.

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Math: Division - Use the divisibility information sheet on the next page to help you fill in he table.

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Maths: Division - Download this divisibility information sheet to help students with their division.

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Math: Division - Find the quotients of these division problems with divisors up to 10.

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Year 6 Maths: Long division - Complete the long division sums with and without remainders.

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Math: Square numbers - A square number can also be called a perfect square.

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Math: Square root - Match the square root with their answers by colouring the same colour.

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Math: Triangular numbers - Draw the triangular numbers in the boxes.

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Math: Ordering fractions - Put the fractions in the correct order starting with the smallest.

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Math: Fractions can be simplified when the numerator and denominator have a common factor in them. Write these fractions in their simplest form.

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Math: Fractions - Practice converting improper fractions to mixed numbers.

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Math: Equivalent fractions have the same overall value - Complete these equivalent fractions.

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Math: Fractions - This year 6 numeracy worksheet helps children learn how to find fractions of amounts.

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Math: Decimal fractions - Write these mixed fractions as decimals.

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Math: Decimals, fractions and percentages - Complete the table by writing the missing fraction, decimal or percentage.

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Year 6 maths: Percentages - Students are asked to find the percentage of the items.

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Math: Fractions and percent - Match the fractions with its percentage.

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Math: Missing numbers - This worksheet helps children find the value of n.

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Math: Division - Work out if the underlined number is divisible by the given number.

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Year 6 Maths - This worksheet includes 16 questions on adding decimals. They are a bit tricky, give them a go! Remember to make sure you are adding tenths to tenths and hundredths to hundredths.

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Year 6 Maths - This worksheet includes 16 questions on subtracting decimals. They are a bit tricky, give them a go! Remember to make sure you are subtracting tenths from tenths and hundredths from hundredths.

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Year 6 Maths - This activity includes halving and doubling numbers. Students are shown two easy methods of halving and doubling tricky numbers. Share them with your class and see how well they do!

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Year 6 Maths - This worksheet asks students to multiply decimal fractions, firstly by 10 and then by 100. Examples have been included.

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Students practise building a 5-digit number from the numbers given e.g. 68,195 = 60,000 + 8000 + 100 + 90 + 5

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Students practise building a 6-digit number from the numbers given e.g. 749,175 = 700,000 + 40,000 + 9000 + 100 + 70 + 5

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Students fill in the missing value to complete the 5-digit number.

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Students fill in the missing value to complete the 5-digit number.

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Students fill in the missing value to complete the 6-digit number.

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Students fill in the missing value to complete the 6-digit number.

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This worksheet asks students to change the improper fractions to mixed fractions and then from mixed fractions to improper fractions.

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This level 2 worksheet asks students to change the improper fractions to mixed fractions and then from mixed fractions to improper fractions.

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This level 3 (harder) worksheet asks students to change the improper fractions to mixed fractions and then from mixed fractions to improper fractions.

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This level 1 worksheet asks students to add the fractions and write their answer as a mixed fraction where necessary.

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This level 2 worksheet asks students to add the fractions and write their answer as a mixed fraction where necessary.

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This level 3 worksheet asks students to add the fractions and write their answer as a mixed fraction where necessary.

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This level 1 worksheet asks students to find the sum and write their answer in its simplest form.

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This level 2 worksheet asks students to find the sum and write their answer in its simplest form.

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This level 3 worksheet asks students to find the sum and write their answer in its simplest form.

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Level 1 worksheet: Multiplying fractions with denominators between 2 and 8. Students multiply the fractions and give the answer in its simplest form.

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Level 2 worksheet: Multiplying fractions with denominators between 2 and 12. Students multiply the fractions and give the answer in its simplest form.

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Level 3 worksheet: Multiplying fractions with denominators between 2 and 20. Students multiply the fractions and give the answer in its simplest form.

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