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Sample

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SATs revision and

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National Curriculum

Test Practice Questions

Key Stages 1 and 2

• Full coverage of all curriculum areas

for Key Stage 1 and 2 SATs

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Test Practice Questions Sample

What’s included in this sample?

Key Stage 1

• Halves and quarters

• Dividing

• Time

• Further problem solving

and calculating 2

Key Stage 2

Arithmetic

• Fractions 1

Reasoning

• Ratio and proportion 1

• Algebra 1

• Area, perimeter and volume 1

Answers

• Area, perimeter and volume answers

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Key Stage 1 book also includes:

• Aural practice questions to prepare children

for the first part of the Reasoning paper

• Mental practice to develop children’s

fluency throughout the year


Name

Halves and quarters

Date

11

1 Shade half of each of these

shapes.

2 Divide this shape into quarters,

and then shade three quarters.

1

3 Draw the other half of this

shape.

4 Circle one quarter of the

strawberries.

5 Circle the shape that does not have half shaded.

6 Half of 14 is 7 One quarter of 16 is

8 1

2 of 30 is 9 1

4

10 1

2 of 28 litres = l 11 1

4

12 1

2 of 50 g = g 13 3

4

of 20 is

of 80 ml = ml

of 20 =

Numicon Key Stage 1 National Curriculum Test Practice Questions

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Total: ____ / 14 marks

25


Name

Dividing

Date

13

1 Small marbles cost 2p each. Write the number sentences to show

how many marbles each child buys.

a) Josiah spends 16p ÷ =

b) Ian spends 30p ÷ =

c) Anna spends 24p ÷ =

2 Satsumas are sold in bags of 5. There are 30 satsumas.

How many bags are there?

Write a calculation to check your answer.

3 This machine divides numbers by 5. Write the missing numbers.

a) 20

b) 35

In

Out

c) 25

÷ 5

d) 2

e) 9

Numicon Key Stage 1 National Curriculum Test Practice Questions

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Total: ____ / 10 marks

27


Name

Time

Date

28

Draw the hands on the clocks to show the times.

11

12

1

11

12

1

11

12

1

10

2

10

2

10

2

9

3

9

3

9

3

8

7

6

5

4

8

7

6

5

4

8

7

6

5

4

1 half past 12 2 quarter past 10 3 25 minutes to 2

Write the times shown on each clock.

11

12

1

11

12

1

11

12

111

12

1

11

12

111

12

1

11

12

1

11

12

10

2

10

2

10

10

2

2

10

10

2

2

10

2

10

9

3

9

93

9

3

93

9

3

93

3

9

8

7

6

5

4

8

7

6

5

4

8

7

6

8

7 5

4

6

5

4

8

7

6

8

7 5

4

6

5

4

8

7

6

5

4

8

7

6

4 5

11

12

1

11

12

111

12

1

11

12

111

12

1

11

12

1

11

12

1

2 10

10

2

2 10

10

2

2 10

2

10

2

93

9

3

93

9

3

93

3

9

3

7

6

5

4 8

7

6

8

75

4

6

5

4 8

7

6

8

75

4

6

5

4 8

7

6

5

4

8

7

6

5

4

6 7

8 The party started at half past 4. It finished at half past 7.

Draw the hands on the clocks to show the times.

Start

10

11

12

1

2

Finish

10

11

12

1

2

9

3

9

3

8

7

6

5

4

8

7

6

5

4

How long did the party last?

hours

42

Numicon Key Stage 1 National Curriculum Test Practice Questions

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Total: ____ / 9 marks


Name

Date

309

Further problem solving and calculating 2

Division 2

19

Oranges are arranged in the tray 10 with 5 oranges in each row.

22 There | 924 are 4 rows. At snack time three 39 children | 9165 have an

orange each. How many are left in the tray?

How much do each of these scales weigh now?

2

11

80

70

90

68 | 289

0

g

10

20

30

80

70

90

0

g

80

70

2 marks

90 10

0

g

20

30

3

10

12

20

30

80

70

90

0

g

29 | 6293

10

20

30

2 marks

60

50

40

60

50

60 40

50

40

60

50

40

10 g extra are put

on these scales.

30 g extra are put

on these scales.

2 marks

2 marks

4 Tick (✓) the descriptions that are true.

13

14

23 | 2576

44 | 6094

a) Shows one half. b) Shows one quarter.

2 marks

2 marks

15

16

c) Shows one quarter. d) Shows one third.

42 | 9875

35 | 8050

e) Shows one half. f) Shows three quarters.

2 marks

2 marks

Numicon Key Stage 21 National Curriculum Test Practice Questions – Arithmetic

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Total: ____ / 16 marks

Total: ____ / 5 marks


Name Date 310

Further problem solving and calculating 3

Fractions 1

3

1 a) –4 of Sita 840 spends = 80p of the

money in her purse.

Tick (✓) the fewest number

of coins she could use.

b) Write another way she

2

4 –5 − 2 – 5

=

10p

20p

50p

20p

10p

10p 20p

could pay using the coins

1 mark

1 mark

3

in her purse.

5 –8 of 4000 =

4

3 –8 + 3 – 4

=

c) How much will she have left?

1 mark

1 mark

2 Here are some numbers in a sequence: 26, 8, 10, 12 ...

5

6 –3 − 1 – 9

=

Circle the numbers that would also be in the sequence

if it were continued.

3 –7 + £ = 5 – 7

1 mark

18 15 24 33 23 30

3 Draw the hands on the clocks to show the time.

1 mark

7

2

– 9

1 – − 5 – 9

=

11

12

1

11

12

1

8

11

3 –5 + 3 – 4

=

12

1

11

12

1

10

2

10

2

10

2

10

2

9

3

9

3

9

3

9

3

8

7

6

5

4

8

7

6

5

4

8

7

6

5

4

8

7

6

5

4

quarter

to 10

half past 8

1 mark

quarter

past 11

twenty-five

past 2

1 mark

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Total: ____ / 8 marks

Total: ____ / 8 marks


Name Date 25

Ratio and proportion 1

1 Fergus wants to make lots of scones to sell at the school fair. This is the

recipe he uses.

250 g flour

45 g sugar

40 g butter

75 ml milk

100 g sultanas

1 egg

If he uses 120 g of butter, how many grams of sugar does he need?

g

2 marks

2 A gardener is planting some seeds. He plants 2 cucumber seeds for

every 3 tomato seeds. He plants 36 tomato seeds.

How many cucumber seeds does he plant?

2 marks

3 Nomsa uses some cubes to make an animal.

The ratio of white cubes to black cubes is 3:4.

Shade the correct number

of black cubes in the animal

opposite so the ratio stays

the same.

1 mark

Numicon Key Stage 2 National Curriculum Test Practice Questions – Reasoning

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Total: ____ / 5 marks


Name Date 27

Algebra 1

1 Ela has some coins in her purse. She has 5 coins of one type and 3

of another type. Altogether she has £2.50.

What two types of coin does she have?

Ela has 5 p coins and 3 p coins.

1 mark

2 Here is an equation.

25 ÷ x = x

What is the value of x?

1 mark

3 The numbers in this sequence increase by equal amounts each time.

Write the 3 missing numbers.

5 15

What would the next number in this sequence be?

2 marks

4 and each stand for a different number.

= 30

+ = ×

What is the value of ?

1 mark

Numicon Key Stage 2 National Curriculum Test Practice Questions – Reasoning

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Total: ____ / 5 marks


Numicon Name – Key Stage 2 National Curriculum Test Practice Questions

Date 48

Area, 25 perimeter 1 mark for £3.24 and volume 1

2 marks for 600 g

1 mark for correct method and/or giving exact amount of 575 g

1 What is the perimeter of this shape?

(£1.08 × ? = £6.21, £1.08 × 5 = £5.40. £6.21 − £5.40 = 81p

£0.81 ÷ £1.08 = 0.75 or 81 ÷ 108)

12 cm

26 2 marks for:

Alex Mum Dad Ben

Age: 3 30 35 7

1 mark for correct attempt:

10 cm

a + (a + 4) + (10a) + 5(a + 4) = 75, 17a + 24 = 75, 17a = 51, a = 3

Once worked out Alex is 3 the rest can be worked out from there.

4 cm

1 1 mark for both parts correct:

5 cm

3 cm

Strawberry’s mass < Gooseberry’s mass

Gooseberry’s mass > Blueberry’s mass < Strawberry’s mass

Do not accept words instead of signs, e.g. do not accept

2 Calculate the area of this trapezium.

‘less than’ in place of


Numicon – Key Stage 2 National Curriculum Test Practice Questions

15 1 mark for hands drawn on an analogue clock correctly

showing twenty to 4.

Do not accept indistinguishable hand lengths or the hour

hand pointing directly towards the 3 or 4.

16 2 marks for £1.67 (2p + 5p + 10p + 50p + £1).

1 mark for evidence of adding the coins to the correct mass

of 34.37 g, even if the final answer of £1.67 is not given.

17 1 mark for 21 days (1500 ÷ 70 = 21 3 , which means it will last

7

for 21 whole days)

18 2 marks for 38 portions

1 mark for 568 ÷ 15.

Area and perimeter

1 GMS3 Mea 1

2 GMS5 Mea 7

1 GMS5 Mea 7

2 GMS5 Mea 7

1 2 marks for 52 cm. 1 mark for adding all 8 sides. 2 GMS5 Mea 3

2 2 marks for 57 cm 2 . 1 mark for 1 2 × (12 + 7) × 6. 2 GMS6 Mea 2

3 2 marks for 110 cm 2

2 GMS6 Mea 2

1 mark for a correct attempt at the calculation, e.g.

The area of a small white triangle = 1 (5 × 11) = 27.5 cm2

2

4 white triangles = 27.5 × 4 = 110 cm 2

4 1 mark for 18 cm

1 mark for 18 cm 2

1 mark for a correctly drawn shape such as 2 cm × 9 cm

(area = 18 cm 2 but perimeter = 22 cm)

5 2 marks for 6 m (6000 mm).

1 mark for a correct attempt at the calculation but an incorrect

conversion from mm to m.

3 GMS6 Mea 2

2 GMS5 Mea 3

6 2 marks for 8 cm. 1 mark for 168 = 3 × 7 × ? 2 GMS6 Mea 4

7 2 marks for 135 cm 3 . 1 mark for 3 × 3 × 3 × 5 =135 cm 3 2 GMS6 Mea 4

1 2 marks for:

H and L

H

Shapes and symmetry

2 GMS3 Geo 1

2 1 mark for 2.5 cm 1 GMS5 Mea 3

3 1 mark for ticks on the square and the pentagon. 1 GMS5 Geo 3

4 1 mark for all lines of symmetry correctly drawn: 1 GMS4 Geo 2

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