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Gifted Maths Masters questions are designed to challenge the minds of pupils who are fluent and accurate in mathematics. The questions in this set focus on:

--> place value

--> addition, subtraction (including decimals)

--> missing number

--> rounding

--> solving number and practical problems

--> using negative numbers in context

--> order of operations

--> algebra

The cards can be used as evidence of children's deeper mathematical understanding. 72 cards. Answers included.

--> place value

--> addition, subtraction (including decimals)

--> missing number

--> rounding

--> solving number and practical problems

--> using negative numbers in context

--> order of operations

--> algebra

The cards can be used as evidence of children's deeper mathematical understanding. 72 cards. Answers included.

Year 5 Before and After Assessment Tasks - Pack 1.

Pack 1 covers the following strands for the Year 5 NC objectives- number and place value, addition and subtraction and multiplication and division.

The tasks can be used before teaching the strand as a form of initial assessment which will inform your planning and allow you to pitch your lessons effectively. They can then be given to the children once you have completed the unit to see the progress children have made.

Each sheet contains questions which are differentiated. The tasks with a blue outline indicate a problem solving or reasoning task for those pupils who need a challenge. The activities can also be used as revision tasks, consolidation tasks, home learning tasks or morning activities.

There are 20 units, all of which include answers for children to peer assess or self-assess their work.

Pack 1 covers the following strands for the Year 5 NC objectives- number and place value, addition and subtraction and multiplication and division.

The tasks can be used before teaching the strand as a form of initial assessment which will inform your planning and allow you to pitch your lessons effectively. They can then be given to the children once you have completed the unit to see the progress children have made.

Each sheet contains questions which are differentiated. The tasks with a blue outline indicate a problem solving or reasoning task for those pupils who need a challenge. The activities can also be used as revision tasks, consolidation tasks, home learning tasks or morning activities.

There are 20 units, all of which include answers for children to peer assess or self-assess their work.

Working at the expected level tasks can be used to assess children and support your final judgement. Objectives covered:

- place value, including large numbers and decimals

- calculate mentally, using effective strategies

- use formal methods to solve multistep problems

- recognise the relationship between fractions,

decimals and percentages and the equivalent quantities

- use simple formula to solve problems

- calculate with measures

- find missing angles

- place value, including large numbers and decimals

- calculate mentally, using effective strategies

- use formal methods to solve multistep problems

- recognise the relationship between fractions,

decimals and percentages and the equivalent quantities

- use simple formula to solve problems

- calculate with measures

- find missing angles

Year 5 Firework Maths cover seven weeks of differentiated tasks and over 50 maths questions. They focus on problem solving and reasoning based on number, perfect for applying pupils' knowledge of place value in autumn 2, and also revision of the year 5 maths objectives.

Two assessment papers which cover questions from all strands of the year 4 National Curriculum. Each assessment contains 51 questions. Content coverage is included to enable easy marking and analysis so that gaps can be identified easily and focused on. Assessments can be used for the end of year 4 or the beginning of year 5 to support teacher judgement of current levels.

Questions on both papers keep the same content for strands, this enables teachers to have the choice of mixing papers 1 and 2 when assessing, or assessing children at a later date using different questions.

Answers Included.

Questions on both papers keep the same content for strands, this enables teachers to have the choice of mixing papers 1 and 2 when assessing, or assessing children at a later date using different questions.

Answers Included.