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  • TeeJay Publishers 2016 Year 6 Assessments

    National Curriculum

    Year 6 - Assessment Pack

  • TeeJay Publishers 2016 Year 6 Assessments

    TeeJay MathsThis Pack should be used in conduction with TeeJay Publishers National

    Curriculum Year 6 Book, along with its associated Year 6 Course Planner and Year 6 Homework Support Pack.

    It consists of the following set of photocopiable Masters :-

    A A set of 19 - A4 Assessments which match the curricularcontent of each of the 18 corresponding chapters in the Year 6 Book.

    B A set of six A4 BLOCK ASSESSMENTS which are cumulative in nature and assess the main 6 Block Outcomes :-

    1 Number/Place Value Chapters 1, 2, 4, 5

    2 Number/Fractions and Decimals Chapters 6, 8, 11, 13

    3 Measurement Chapters 10, 14, 15, 17

    4 Geometry Chapters 3, 7, 12

    5 Algebra Chapter 9, 19

    6 Statistics and Probability Chapters 16, 18

    C A final End of Year 6 Diagnostic Assessment - Non Write-on.

    D The same End of Year 6 Diagnostic Assessment, but Write-on.

    E A complete set of Answers.

  • TeeJay Publishers 2016 Page 4 Year 6 Bk 6 - Ch 4 - Whole Numbers 2

    Mathematics Assessment (National Curriculum) - Year 6

    Bk 6 - Chapter 4Whole Numbers 2

    1. Set down the following as divisions and complete each calculation :-

    a 594 6 b 6136 4 c 7096 8 d 9254 7.

    2. A can contains 3265 ml of olive oil.

    The oil was poured into 5 bottles, with an equal amount in each bottle.

    a How much oil was in each bottle ?

    b If I used 3 of the bottles, how much oil was that ?

    3. Use long division in each of these :-

    a b c d

    4. Tickets for a Death Head rock concert cost only $9 each.

    The takings for the gig amounted to $2277.

    How many tickets must have been sold ?

    5. Find the answer to 1692 8, giving your answer :-

    a with a remainder b as a mixed number

    c as a decimal d to the nearest whole number.

    6. Round each number to 1 figure accuracy, then give an estimate for :

    a 7986 + 3177 b 67 213 35 365 c 387 x 3087 d 79 654 4130.

    7. Set down and find :

    a 15 - 3 x 4 b (9 + 7) x 2 + 3 c 600 (4 + 2) x 10

    d 50 14 of 12 x 5 e

    15 of (40 - 5 x 2) f (73 - 13) (2 x 3).

    8. A shopkeeper bought 40 HDTVs for $14 000.

    He sold 30 of them for $495 each and the rest in a sale for $255 each.

    a How much money did he take in ?

    b How much profit did he make altogether ?

    9. Do these, mentally (do not show any working) :-

    a 299 x 30 b 6022 x 4 c 36 080 20 d 3450 50.

    12 216 23 713 17 3621 35 7490 .

  • TeeJay Publishers 2016 Page 5 Year 6 Bk 6 - Ch 5 - Special Numbers

    Mathematics Assessment (National Curriculum) - Year 6

    Bk 6 - Chapter 5Special Numbers

    1. a Find the first 6 (non-zero) multiples of :- (i) 8 (ii) 10.

    b Find the lowest common multiple (l.c.m.) of 8 and 10.

    2. Find the lowest common multiple (l.c.m.) of :

    a 4 and 10 b 12 and 18 c 3, 5 and 6.

    3. a Write the factors of 18 and the factors of 24.

    b Find the highest common factor (h.c.f.) of 18 and 24.

    4. Find the highest common factor (h.c.f.) of :

    a 15 and 25 b 30 and 50 c 16, 24 and 36.

    5. a Find the 3 numbers, between 1 and 20, that have exactly three factors.

    b What special kind of numbers are these ?

    6. Find all the prime numbers :

    a under 20 b between 60 and 80 c between 100 and 120.

    7. Write down true or false for each of the following statements :

    a If you divide any prime number by a number smaller than itself, (but not 1), you always get a remainder.

    b If you add any two prime numbers, the answer you get is never a prime number.

    c If you subtract any prime number (bigger than 2) from another bigger prime number, the answer is always even.

    8. Give a reason why each of these is definitely not a prime number :

    a 115 970 b four million and five c 11 011.

    9. Calculate :-

    a 92 b 33 c 302

    d 82 + 42 e 52 23 f 102 82 13 .

  • TeeJay Publishers 2016 Year 6 Assessment

    Year 6 - Block Assessments

    Set of 6 Masters corresponding to various Blocks of the

    National Curriculum.

    Part BNational Curriculum

  • TeeJay Publishers 2016 Page 1 Year 6 - Block 1 - Number

    Mathematics Assessment (National Curriculum) - Year 6

    Block Assessment No. 1

    1. What does the 6 stand for in each of these numbers :-

    a 5 632 0005 b 576 304 c 6 090 800 d 164 850 ?

    2. Write the following numbers out fully in words :-

    a 5015 b 20 609 c 520 751 d 1 605 810.

    3. Write the following numbers using digits :-

    a four hundred and eight thousand and fifteen

    b two million, six hundred and forty thousand and eight

    c five and a half million.

    4. Round :-

    a 7544 to the nearest 10 b 207 372 to the nearest 100

    c 1 980 499 to the nearest 1000 d 295 000 to the nearest 10 000

    e 4 451 001 to the nearest 100 000 f 9 501 768 to the nearest 1 000 000.

    NUMBERChapters 1, 2, 4 & 5.

    5. Copy and complete :-

    6. Use short or long multiplication to find :-

    a 523 x 11 b 2053 x 24.

    7. Find :-

    a 293 x 20 b 642 x 300 c 214 x 5000 d 904 x 7000

    e 520 40 f 32 400 400 g 6 200 000 2000 h 8 100 000 3000.

    8. Find :

    a 13 - 3 x 4 b a quarter of 36 6 c a quarter of (36 - 6)

    d 6 + 7 x 2 e 10 x 11 - 9 x 8 f 10 x (11 - 9) x 8

    g 20 13 of 12 x 4 h

    12 of (

    14 of 120) i 36 (4 + 2) 4 + 3 x 4.

    9. Use long division find :-

    a 17 510 b 18 5580 .

    8 2 1x 4 3

    .............. .............0 ................

  • TeeJay Publishers 2016 Page 2 Year 6 - Block 1 - Number

    10. Use long or short division methods here :-

    a Find 3517 7, giving your answer with a remainder.

    b Find 5094 5, expressing the remainder as a decimal.

    c Find 7805 10, expressing the remainder as a fraction in its simplest form.

    d Find 4057 8, rounding your answer to the nearest whole number.

    11. A jeweller bought 60 watches for a total price of $14 400.

    He sold 50 of them for $320 each and the rest in a sale for $250 each.

    a How much money did he receive for selling all of the watches ?

    b How much profit did he make by selling the watches ?

    12. State what temperatures are represented on these thermometers :

    a b

    13. A jet aircraft pilot got into difficulty flying at 5500 metres.

    The pilot ejected safely but the plane crashed into the sea and sank to the ocean floor, 600 metres below the surface.

    By how many metres altogether had the plane descended ?

    14. Find the temperature that is :

    a 25C up from 15C b 36C down from 8C

    c 7C up from 30C d 24C down from 36C.

    15. Find the lowest common multiple (l.c.m.) of a 8 and 12 b 4, 5 and 6.

    16. Find the highest common factor (h.c.f.) of a 24 and 32 b 12, 18 and 30.

    17. List all the prime numbers between 60 and 80.

    18. If you multiply any prime number by the number which is 1 more than it, the answer is always an EVEN number. true or false ? (Hint :- try a few examples).

    19. Calculate :-

    a 7 + 12 b 82 43 c 102 42 + 23 .

    50 25 0 25 50

    C

    100 50 0 50 100

    C

  • TeeJay Publishers 2016 Page 3 Year 6 - Block 2 - Number

    Mathematics Assessment (National Curriculum) - Year 6

    Block Assessment No. 2NUMBER

    Chapters 6, 8, 11 & 13.

    1. Write two equivalent fractions for :- a 45 b

    710 .

    2. Change to an improper fraction : a 3 25 b 9

    79 .

    3. Change to a mixed number : a 237 b

    10011 .

    4. Rewrite this set of fractions in order, smallest first :- 23 ,

    56 ,

    34 ,

    12 ,

    1724 ,

    58 .

    5. Find, leaving your answer as a mixed number in its simplest form :

    a 58 +

    78 b 7

    712 3

    512 c 4

    13 +

    56 d 5

    59 - 1

    29

    e 10 34 + 6

    12 f 5

    34 2

    38 g 10 - 7

    37 h 12 - 2

    910 .

    6. Find :-

    a 16 of 48 kg b

    25 of 75 cents c

    34 of 32 cm d

    58 of $64.

    7. Write the answers to :-

    a 10 x 057 b 17284 x 10 c 100 x 0056 d 301 x 100

    e 1000 x 123 f 0085 x 1000 g 1261 10 h 051 10

    i 1253 100 j 06 100 k 24 580 1000 l 82 1000.

    8. Set down and find :-

    a 26 x 8 b 5 x 325 c 876 6 d 1107 9.

    9. Change each fraction to a decimal. Round part d to 3 decimal places :-

    a 45 b

    38 c

    74 d

    37 .

    10. Aldos sell a packet of 5 donuts for $750.

    Lidos sell a box of 8 donuts for $1160.

    Which store provides the better deal, and by how much per donut ?

    (Calculator required for questions 14-16).

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