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SATs Maths Quiz!

Q1: Which of these multiplications have an answer greater than 1000?

a) 6 x 10 x 10

b) 67 x 9 x 7

c) 67 x 8 x 8

d) 5 x 8 x 9

e) 87 x 49 x 1

4. A shop sells food for pets.

Cat food: £4.28 for a bag

Dog food: £4.31 for a packet

Pet food bowl: £1.89 each

a) Keith has £10 to spend on dog food.

How many packets of dog food can he get for £10?

b) Jeb has £20.

He wants to buy a pet food bowl and 5 bags of cat food.

How much more money does he need?


5. Ina has a box that contains 8 orange sweets and 9 yellow sweets.

a) What fraction of the sweets in the bag are orange?

Ina adds one orange sweet and one yellow sweet to the box.

b) What fraction of the sweets are orange now?


6. Here are five calculations.

a) 860 x 20

b) 970 x 72

c) 300 x 60

d) 7780 x 10

e) 1380 x 100

Write the letter of the calculation that has the greatest answer.

How did you do?

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SATs Spelling List

attempts – carriages – engines – foundations – hedges – materials – pieces – stripes – visitors

Plurals – change the y to an i, add es

tries – cries – stories – babies – activities – carries – cherries

hunting – buzzing – jumping – dressing – emailing – eating – teaching – doing – learning – cooking

ly words

actually – carefully – extremely – frequently – generally – highly – importantly – particularly – smoothly – thoroughly

challenging – escaping – including – moving – raising – wrestling – amazing – preparing – phoning

When c sounds like s

audience – centre – excellent – medicine – necessary – silence

beginning – planning – stopping – shopping – fitting – running

biggest – largest – nastiest – tallest – widest – warmest

helped – asked – enjoyed – pulled – looked – jumped – floated – groaned – spilled – kicked – parked – mended – barked – stamped – picked

Verb Endings: double the last letter, add ed

grabbed – occurred – planned – slipped – trapped – stopped

tried – cried – worried – carried – qualified – satisfied

Verb Endings: Just add d

arrived – disguised – excited – illuminated – judged – released

Which words have you recently mastered?

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