Sum Fun Maths Assessment for 9–11 Year Olds

Sum Fun Maths Assessment for 9-11 Year Olds contains reproducible puzzle worksheets for Years 5 and 6, all linked to the National Curriculum. Pupils solve mathematical questions to find the answer to silly jokes and riddles.


ISBN: Print: 9781783170852; E-book: 9781783170906 Categories: , , ,

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Sum Fun Maths Assessment is a three-book series of reproducible puzzle worksheets with self-correcting activities for use in primary schools that children will love. This book is for use in upper Key Stage 2.

Each sheet assesses a particular skill, all linked to the National Curriculum programmes of study. There are several sheets for each objective, allowing for assessment at different points in the year if necessary. The assessment checklist will help you to keep track of children’s progress.

Activities engage pupils in solving mathematical questions across a wide range of mathematical operations, then using the code to find the answer to silly jokes and riddles.

Children will enjoy solving riddles such as ‘What would happen if all the ducks in the world jumped up and down at the same time?’ (an earth quack) and ‘What is the best way to communicate with a fish?’ (drop it a line).

Topics covered include:

  • Number and place value
  • Addition and subtraction
  • Multiplication and division
  • Fractions
  • Decimals and percentages

In addition to being invaluable for assessing children’s learning, the sheets can be used as:

  • Evidence of children’s learning
  • Extension activities
  • Differentiated group/individual activities
  • Plenary tasks
  • Fun time fillers!

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Weight 0.3 kg


Print: 9781783170852; E-book: 9781783170906

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