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A great range of worksheets for the oldest primary children in Year 6 (aged 10‐11). MathSphere is the trusted home of quality maths worksheets, whether to use in the classroom, as back-up material or for homework.

All these resources and more now available online at URBrainy.com

Free trial available, but at £6 for a month they are tremendous value and allow access to all other year groups, plus English as well.

The new curriculum is here and we have updated our resources to ensure that the challenges ahead can be met confidently and successfully. Our worksheets help children become proficient in all areas of Maths including algebra and statistics.

- Updated for the very latest statutory requirements with many new pages added
- Answers included to make marking simple
- Concept pages clearly explain the ideas being taught
- Over 800 high quality pages of questions and answers
- Single user licence for teachers or parents (school site licence upgrade available)
- MathSphere has been a favourite resource for Year 6 teachers for over 15 years

To give you a better idea of the worksheets available we have provided a selection of free modules for Year 6.

Please download these samples, print them out and use at home, or photocopy and use in the classroom.

It is impossible to describe in a single page the massive amount of high quality maths contained in this one product.

To give you some idea, have a look at the list of all modules:

Read and write very large numbers. | 5 |

Revise rounding whole numbers. | 12 |

Recognise and order negative numbers. | 17 |

Revise estimating and approximating. | 9 |

Use fraction notation.Recognise equivalent fractions. | 22 |

Find fractions of numbers or quantities. | 9 |

Adding fractions. | 8 |

Fraction investigation 1. | 3 |

Investigate halves. | 3 |

Subtracting fractions. | 12 |

Multiplying and dividing fractions. | 7 |

Use decimal notation. Order decimal fractions. | 14 |

Use known facts to multiply and divide decimals. | 14 |

Round decimals. Equivalence between decimals and fractions. | 28 |

Understand remainders. Round up or down. | 17 |

Percentages. | 12 |

Make and investigate general statements. | 13 |

Extend number sequences. | 12 |

Algebra. | 24 |

Algebra investigation. | 3 |

Visualise, describe and classify 3D and 2D shapes. | 8 |

More shapes and nets. | 11 |

More measuring angle. | 16 |

Investigate exterior and interior angles. | 6 |

More properties of shapes. | 16 |

Reflective symmetry. Reflections and translations. | 16 |

Use co-ordinates and extend to four quadrants. | 13 |

Solve problems involving ‘real life’. | 8 |

Solve problems involving money. | 8 |

Solve problems involving time. | 8 |

More time problems. | 8 |

Choose appropriate methods of calculating. | 11 |

Explain methods and reasoning. | 7 |

Solve problems, generalise and predict. | 11 |

Checking results of calculations. | 11 |

Develop calculator skills. | 9 |

Calculator fractions. | 3 |

Maths vocabulary games. | 8 |

Investigate factors and primes. | 7 |

Investigate four fours. | 3 |

Primes from squares. | 3 |

Revise addition. | 16 |

Revise subtraction. | 12 |

Use known number facts to add and subtract decimals. | 11 |

Relationship between addition and subtraction. Add several numbers. | 14 |

Revise multiplication. | 13 |

Use known facts to multiply mentally. | 19 |

Revise division. | 12 |

Revise doubling and halving. Using factors. | 14 |

Square numbers, prime numbers and identifying factors. | 15 |

Use formal written methods of addition. | 10 |

Use formal written methods of subtraction. | 16 |

Use formal written methods of multiplication. | 6 |

Long multiplication. | 8 |

Use formal written methods of long division. | 5 |

More long division: 3-digits divided by 2-digit numbers. | 8 |

Division with decimals. | 8 |

Multiples, factors and tests of divisibility. | 12 |

Conventions for working out expressions. (Bodmas) | 10 |

Begin to understand ratio and proportion. | 11 |

Solve problems concerning ratio and proportion. | 9 |

Ratio and proportion problems. | 12 |

Scale/Proportion/Conversion of units. | 13 |

Scale drawing. | 8 |

Use standard metric units and convert. | 8 |

Units to estimate and measure length, mass and capacity. | 8 |

Solve measurement problems. | 7 |

Read scales, record estimates and measure. | 14 |

Measure and calculate the perimeter and area of simple shapes. | 15 |

More perimeter and area. | 25 |

Measure and calculate the circumference of circles. | 11 |

Farmer's field investigation. | 5 |

Collect, sort and organise data. Pie charts. | 11 |

Further data handling. | 11 |

Probability. | 9 |

Investigate measurement statistics. | 6 |

Autumn term. | 25 |

Spring term. | 25 |

Summer term. | 25 |

- Over 800 worksheets
- Answers included
- Concept pages included
- For ages 10 – 11
- PDF format
- Simple download