# Archives for "April, 2008"

## Booster maths worksheet: Time (pg 3)

Being able to read information from a calendar may seem pretty straightforward to us, but many children do not come across these in their everyday life and hence have problems working out how to extract the information. The questions here are aimed at boosting a level 3 towards a level 4. For those children aiming […]

## Booster maths worksheet: Time (pg 1)

Time is a popular theme with the test writers and they are pretty keen on testing knowledge of a.m. and p.m. and how the 24 hour clock works. These straightforward questions are of the kind found early in the test and are easy marks to pick up to ensure a Level 4. Booster maths worksheet: […]

## Free Y5 maths worksheet: Ordering measurements

This is a good free maths worksheet to encourage systematic ordering of data.

## Free Y4 maths worksheet: Concave and convex shapes

We usually think of the terms convex and concave in relation to mirrors and lens. The word convex means curving out or bulging out but it can also be applied to polygons. A convex polygon is one where all the internal angles are less than 180 degrees – the type that we are most familiar […]

## Ordering game: Put the clowns’ balls in order

Drag the numbers on to the yellow balls, in order, starting with the lowest from left to right.

## Free Y3 maths worksheet: Measuring in kilometres

This free maths worksheet concentrates on writing half kilometres as decimal fractions.

## Booster maths worksheet 13 and 14

Two similar maths worksheets here which demonstrate a number of techniques that can be used to answer SAT questions. The first question asks for two numbers which add up to 140 from the selection given. The easiest approach to this is firstly to look at the units and find two which add up to 10, […]

## Booster maths worksheet 12

Time to crack on with some more Booster worksheets as the dreaded SATs are not far away.

## Reception maths vocabulary: Position, direction and movement

Reception maths vocabulary: Position, direction and movement

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