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1 KS2 Mathematics EASTER REVISION 10 MINUTES A DAY FOR 10 DAYS Very soon after your Easter holidays you will be sitting your KS2 SATs. You have been working very hard in your lessons, to achieve your best It would be a pity if you forgot all that work over the Easter break!!!!! Even doing a little will help you keep your maths sharp. This pack is to help you do just that. It is called, 10 minutes a day for 10 days - (you can have the weekend off!!!). Every day there is ONE double sided sheet to complete, with FIVE mental arithmetic and 3 to 4 SATs type questions. REMEMBER: It should only take you about 10 minutes a day. A second pack will go home this will have the answers and some handy hints. Get someone at home to help you go through the answers. If you get really stuck - don t worry, just ask your teacher when you get back to school. Another thing - You will need a calculator for day 6. Remember your brain is the best calculator you have. Good Luck Name 1 Sunderland LEA/Usworth EiCAZ Partnership

2 Mental Questions KS2 Mathematics Day 1 1. Calculate 10 minus three point six five. 2. How many metres are there in two point five kilometres? 3. Round 3.75 to the nearest whole number. 4. Eight cakes cost How much do 20 cakes cost? 5. What is 3000 divided by 20? 2

3 1. Write in the missing number. 4. Circle the two numbers which add up to = This fence has three posts, equally spaced. 2. Calculate Not to scale gap gap 15cm 15cm 153cm 15cm 3. Calculate Each post is 15 centimetres wide. The length of the fence is 153 centimetres. Calculate the length of one gap between two posts. Show your working. You may get a mark. Show your method. You may get a mark. cm 2marks 2 marks 3

4 Mental Questions KS2 Mathematics Day 2 1. What is three fifths of 65? 2. What temperature is 15 degrees lower than 7 C. 3. What is one point six multiplied by 4? 4 4. A rectangle measures 11cm by 30cm. What is its area? 5. Put a ring around the decimal that is equivalent to two fifths

5 1. The rule for this sequence of numbers is add 3 each time The sequence continues in the same way. 3. n stands for number. Match the equivalent expressions. One has been done for you. Mary says, No matter how far you go there will never be a multiple of 3 in the sequence. Is she correct? Circle Yes or No. Yes / No n plus 5 n 2 2 n Explain how you know. 2 less than n n + 5 2n 2. n stands for a number. Complete this table of values. n 5 n 2 n plus n n 2 n marks mark 5

6 Mental Questions KS2 Mathematics Day 3 1. What is four point five divided by one hundred? 2. How many grams are there in fifteen kilograms? 3. What is twenty-three multiplied by two hundred? 4. When h has the value seventeen, calculate the value of h subtract 2? 5. Look at the triangle. Angle y is 65. Calculate the size of angle x? y 6 x

7 1. Look at this diagram. 2. Here is an equilateral triangle inside a rectangle. Not to scale Not to scale x 35º y x Calculate the size of angle x and angle y. Do not use a protractor (angle measurer). 12 Calculate the value of angle x. X = º 1mark Do not use a protractor (angle measurer). 2. Here is a dial. Y = º Show your method. You may get a mark. º marks The pointer on this dial turns in a clockwise direction. The pointer is at 0. Which number does it point to after a turn of 270? 7

8 Mental Questions KS2 Mathematics Day 4 1. How many faces has a hexagonal pyramid? 2. How many millimetres are there in five and a half litres? 3. What is two percent of four hundred? 4. Calculate the difference between three hundred and thirty and eight hundred and twenty. 5. When rolling a fair dice numbered 1 to 6. What is the probability of getting an even number? 8

9 1. Tony and Gemma looked for snails, worms, slugs and beetles in their gardens. 3. Carol went on a 40-kilometre cycle ride. This is a graph of how far she had gone at different times. They each made a pie chart of what they found. Tony's pie chart Gemma's pie chart 40 worms snails worms snails distance travelled in km slugs beetles 10 beetles slugs time in minutes Total 80 Total 36 Estimate the number of worms that Tony found. How many minutes did Carol take to travel the last 10 kilometres of the ride? minutes Use the graph to estimate the distance travelled in the first 20 minutes of the ride. Who found more snails? Carol says, km Circle Tony or Gemma. Tony / Gemma I travelled further in the first hour than in the second hour Explain how you know. Explain how the graph shows this. 9

10 Mental Questions KS2 Mathematics Day 5 1. What is nought point seven divided by ten? 2. Three times a number is two hundred and one what is the number? 3. What is ¾ of 600? A cake costs 35p. How many cakes can be bought for four pounds? 5. A regular hexagon has a perimeter of 42cm. What is the length of one side?

11 1. What is the length of the road in kilometres? Mr Green sells apples Mrs Ball sells apples at 40p per kilogram. at 24p per pound. km 2 marks Work out who sells the cheaper apples. Show how you worked it out. 3. Cheddar cheese costs 7.50 for 1kg. Marie buys 200 grams of cheddar cheese. How much does she pay? Cream cheese costs 3.60 for 1kg. 2. This map has a scale of 1 centimetre to 6 kilometres. Altburn Robbie buys a pot of cream cheese for 90p. How many grams of cream cheese does he buy? Ridlington Carborough The road from Ridlington to Carborough measured on the map is 6.6cm long. Show your method. You may get a mark. grams 2 marks 11

12 Mental Questions KS2 Mathematics Day 6 1. Ring the numbers which are square numbers Add four to minus five. 3. Centimetres are a measure of length. What are square centimetres a measure of? 4. Twenty-five percent of a number is 8. What is the number? 5. Multiply 5.6 by 2 12

13 1. Calculate Put a tick ( ) in the correct box for each calculation. Use a calculator. The first one has been done for you. less than 1000 equal to 1000 more than Circle the number closest in value to 0.1 ( ) ( ) 12.5 ( ) 2 marks 3. Calculate Write in the missing numbers. 4. Use a calculator to work out 49.3 ( ) 21.7 = ( ) = 13

14 Mental Questions KS2 Mathematics Day 7 1. Write a multiple of three that is bigger than An event is certain to happen. Which number represents its probability? 3. What is 5 subtract 8? 4. I am facing east, then I turn through one hundred and eighty degrees. What direction am I facing now? 5. What is three-fifths of 40 14

15 1. Here is a sequence of patterns made from squares and circles. number of squares number of circles Write in the missing digits x 7 = The sequence continues in the same way. Calculate how many squares there will be in the pattern which has 25 circles. Show your working. You may get a mark. 4. Sima thinks of a number. She divides it by 12. Her answer is 26. What is the number Sima thinks of? 2 marks 2. Write in the missing digit = 28 15

16 Mental Questions KS2 Mathematics Day 8 1. I am thinking of a 2-digit number that is a multiple of 8. The digits add up to six. What is the number? 2. What is 10% of What is 4/5 of What is the square root of 121? 5. It takes one and a half minutes to swim a length. How many length can I swim in 12minutes? 16

17 1. Julie says, I added three odd numbers and my answer was 50 Explain why Julie cannot be correct. 3. A sequence starts at 500 and 80 is subtracted each time The sequence continues in the same way. Write the first two numbers in the sequence which are less than zero. 2. A sequence of numbers starts at 11 and follows the rule 2 marks double the last number and then subtract The sequence continues. The number 4099 is in the sequence. Calculate the number which comes immediately before 4099 in the sequence. 4. Carol has a rule for a sequence of numbers. Her rule is The next number is the sum of the two previous numbers. Use Carol s rule to write in the three missing numbers.,,, 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8,... Show your method. You may get a mark. 2 marks 17

18 Mental Questions KS2 Mathematics Day 9 1. Ring the fractions that are equivalent to 3/4. 3/6 6/8 1/4 6/12 15/20 2. What percentage of 20 is What is 13 squared? 4. How many 0.5 are there in You travel 8km. Circle the amount of miles that is equivalent to this distance

19 1. Strips of paper are each 30 centimetres long. 2. Boxes measure 2.5cm by 4.5cm by 6.2cm. 2.5 cm 30cm Steve joins strips of paper together to make a streamer. The strips overlap each other by 5cm. 4.5 cm The shopkeeper puts them in a tray. 6.2 cm 5cm 5cm 2.5 cm 30cm 30cm 9 cm 31 cm How long is a streamer made from only 2 strips? cm Work out the largest number of boxes which can lie flat in the tray. Sunita makes a streamer that is 280cm long. How many strips does she use? Show your working. You may get a mark. 2marks 2 marks 19

20 Mental Questions KS2 Mathematics Day Increase 2 by fifty percent. 2. Look at the polygon. What is its name? 3. There are 14 girls and thirteen boys in a class. What is the prob ability that a pupil chosen at random will be a girl? 4. What is the remainder when you divide 300 by 29? 5. Write 15/35 in its simplest form 20

21 1. Liam has two rectangular tiles like this. 2. He makes this L shape. A D 11cm 5cm B C What is the perimeter of Liam s L shape? Write the correct letter in this sentence. 3. Triangle ABC is isosceles and has a perimeter of 20 centimetres. Sides AB and AC are each twice as long as BC. cm Shape.. is a reflection of shape A Shape A is rotated 180 about the point P. Draw shape A in its new position on the diagram below. C A You may use tracing paper. You may use an angle measurer. Not actual size B Calculate the length of the side BC. Do not use a ruler. A P Show your working. You may get a mark. cm 2marks 2marks 21

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