Free Year 6 Maths Worksheets And SATs Revision Worksheets: Download, Print Or View Online
Here you’ll find all our free Year 6 maths worksheets and Year 6 SATs revision worksheets that you can download and use straight away.
Inevitably, many of these have been designed originally to be Year 6 SATs revision worksheets for pupils preparing for their end of primary school KS2 SATs but whether they are sitting their SATs or not, they still need to know the content, and you still want them ready for Year 7 maths next year at secondary school.
If you’re a parent looking for more advice, try our home learning hub full of home learning packs, tips and teaching ideas for Year 6 Maths at Home and maths homework and more about the KS2 SATs which take place in May every year for Year 6.
If you’re a teacher or school leader who is interested in improving maths attainment in your school or classroom, then this whole website is for you. Third Space Learning is dedicated to improving outcomes in maths with our online tutoring programme of maths interventions, together with maths resources and CPD.
This article is part of our series designed for teachers to inform their mathematical subject knowledge, and for parents to help support children with home learning. More free home learning resources are also available.
A note on the Year 6 maths worksheets provided
All the Third Space Learning Year 6, KS2 maths worksheets and SATs revision worksheets are printable; most are in pdf format, some are designed as slides, but if you don’t want to print for whatever reason all the worksheets can be viewed online too.
We always include answers in our maths resource packs but for any teachers wanting to delve further into any of these topics take a look at our KS2 Maths teaching guides which cover everything from long division to pie charts. And if you’re after something a bit more lighthearted in the run up to SATs, our collection of maths games, in particular the KS2 maths games are always popular.
How we’ve selected the Year 6 maths worksheets
We are providing here a selection of the pdf Year 6 maths worksheets and, Year 6 maths tests that we believe can be used with minimal support by 10 or 11 year olds as part of their home learning.
The focus here is on retrieval practice. This means working on skills and knowledge a Year 6 should already have been taught (even if they can’t remember it yet!) and supporting them with strategies to approach SATs questions rather than teaching them new content.
Inevitably there’s a focus at this stage on ensuring pupils core number work is really sound, and on the topics that lend themselves well to Year 6 maths worksheets. There’s nothing here for example on identifying shapes or properties of shapes such as parallelograms or quadrilaterals because you can find these easily online already.
Primary National Curriculum guidance and links to other support is given where relevant alongside the maths worksheets.
Free Year 6 Maths Worksheets and Tests
A collection of free Year 6 maths activities and worksheets from the Third Space Maths Hub. You need to register to download (but it's free). Use Google Chrome.
- Year 6 Place Value Worksheets
- Year 6 Addition and Subtraction Worksheets
- Year 6 Multiplication and Division Worksheets
- Year 6 Four Operations Worksheets
- Year 6 Fractions Worksheets
- Year 6 Percentages Worksheets
- Year 6 Decimals Worksheets
- Year 6 Algebra Worksheets
- Year 6 Fluency, Reasoning and Problem Solving Skills Practice
- Year 6 SATs Tests and Revision Resources
Year 6 Place Value Worksheets
Year 6 Maths Worksheets on place value: All Kinds of Word Problems
These Year 6 number and place value worksheets give lots of practice on two-step and three-step word problems to strengthen children’s understanding of place value and ordering numbers.
Year 6 SATs Revision Worksheets on place value: SATs Revision Packs
If you find a Year 6 child is struggling with the place value word problems, then you might want to try some more refresher place value questions and activities with them.
If giving as homework encourage parents to read our explainer What is Place Value and then work through these SATs Revision packs on place value, which cover basic number facts all the way to decimal numbers, designed to for use in the final year of primary school.
Topics covered include: Ordering and Comparing Numbers to 10 Million, Ordering and Comparing Numbers to 3 Decimal Places, Rounding Whole Numbers and Decimals.
Year 6 Addition and Subtraction Worksheets
Year 6 Maths Worksheets on addition and subtraction: Gap Plugging Pack
These lessons are what we use during our online maths interventions. The year 6 addition and subtraction worksheets include lots of addition and subtraction questions for children to follow along with. As they are intended to be used by a tutor teaching and supporting a child through their Year 6 addition and subtraction understanding, parents may need to be prepared to step in occasionally.
Download the free Year 6 Addition & Subtraction worksheets or check out or full collection of addition and subtraction worksheets for even more!
Year 6 Multiplication and Division Worksheets
Year 6 Maths Worksheets on multiplication and division: Gap Plugging Pack
More examples of Year 6 maths slides from our online maths tuition, this time on multiplication and division.
Year 6 SATs Revision Worksheets: Times Tables Tests
It’s essential that children become proficient and quick at their times tables and schools really need parents support in this. By Year 6 children should know all their multiplication facts up to the 12 times table and beyond (i.e 10 times bigger and smaller than 12 too) and be able to identify common multiples, and common factors.
Here are some quick Year 6 maths tests that they can mark themselves to identify any gaps in their multiplication tables and track their progress.
Year 6 Maths Worksheets on long multiplication
These upper KS2 worksheets provide over 45 long multiplication questions that progress from multiplying 2-digit by 2-digit numbers to 4-digit by 2-digit word problems of the sort Year 6 pupils are likely to encounter in SATs.
Year 6 Maths Worksheets on division
The questions start with short division so a child can progress from 1-digit number division to 2-digit and 3-digit division using division facts and multiples.
Year 6 Four Operations Worksheets
Year 6 Maths Worksheet on the four operations: All Kinds of Word Problems
Mastering BODMAS and the order of operations is key in Year 6 as they start working with indices, square numbers and brackets as well as the standard four operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. This set of KS2 maths worksheets gives 40 word problems of increasing levels of difficulty; if a child struggles with the year 6 four operations questions, then suggest they look at the Year 3, 4 or 5 maths problems instead.
Year 6 Maths Worksheet on the four operations: Code Crackers
While most pupils will be confident when tackling the four operations, it always helps to have a worksheet that provides some maths revision. This entertaining maths activity not only recaps the four operations through number problems but also when the answers are correctly found, they create the punchline to a joke.
Year 6 Maths Worksheet on the four operations: Worked Examples
In Year 6, children will recap previous learning in the four operations but they will also learn long division and focus on BODMAS. There will always be children who will have gathered and maintained misconceptions throughout their schooling or recently found themselves making common mistakes. This worked example worksheet is a perfect way to discuss common errors children make.
Year 6 Fractions Worksheets
Year 6 Maths Worksheets on adding and subtracting fractions: Gap Plugging Pack
Year 6 adding and subtracting fractions questions from our online maths lessons
Year 6 Maths Worksheets on multiplying and dividing fractions: Gap Plugging Pack
Year 6 multiplying and dividing fractions questions from our online maths lessons.
Year 6 Maths Worksheet on fractions: All Kinds of Word Problems
This free year 6 fractions worksheet is a collection of word problems that enable 11 year olds to see a variety of different ways that fraction problems can be constructed, including adding and subtracting fractions, working out equivalent fractions and simplifying fractions
Year 6 Maths Worksheet on fractions: Code Crackers
When children are in Year 6, there are a lot of different elements to fractions that they need to remember. This worksheet provides a fun recap of everything they will have been taught throughout the Year 6 fractions block while they find the answer to a silly joke. The fractions questions include adding fractions with different denominators, multiplying proper fractions by integers and multiplying two proper fractions.
Year 6 Maths Worksheet on fractions: Worked Examples
This worksheet involves a set of fractions questions that have been solved but not all have been correctly solved. The pupils will need to ‘become the teacher’ to mark the work presented to them and edit any incorrect answers they find. The focus of this resource is mainly on identifying and explaining errors to develop reasoning skills.
Year 6 Percentages Worksheets
Year 6 Maths Worksheets on percentages: Code Crackers
Revision for 10 and 11 year olds on a perennially tricky SATs topic – Year 6 percentages – all in a fun format that allows Year 6 children the satisfaction of cracking a topical code at the end.
Year 6 Maths Worksheets on percentages: Worked Examples
This worksheet encourages children to convert between percentages, fractions and decimals as well as finding equivalents to a given percentage and using percentages in context (in money). There is an added challenge of the questions being solved, ready for the children to check the answers for errors.
Year 6 Decimals Worksheets
Year 6 Maths Worksheets on decimals: Code Crackers
Recap Year 6 decimals knowledge in order to crack the code.
Year 6 Maths Worksheets on decimals: Worked Examples
This worked example worksheet focuses on common eros made within this topic, for example multiplying a decimal number by 100 and multiplying an integer by a decimal number.
Year 6 Algebra Worksheets
Year 6 Maths Worksheets on algebra: Code Crackers
Recap Year 6 algebra knowledge in order to crack the code.
Year 6 Maths Worksheets on algebra: Worked Examples
Algebra is a new topic for Year 6, although children will have experienced it under different names (for example, missing number problems). This worksheet focuses on the common errors that are made then using function machines, finding possible values and using formula.
Year 6 Maths Worksheets on algebra and measures: Independent Recap
These quick worksheets are our newest resource, aimed at being tasks children can work through with minimal support from parents or teachers. This pack contains four worksheets focused on forming and solving two step equations, and converting metric measurements – a double helping of key SATs topics.
Year 6 Fluency, Reasoning and Problem Solving Skills Practice
Year 6 Maths Worksheets for improving mental maths, arithmetic and fluency: Fluent in Five
We recommend every primary school child starts their day with Fluent in Five. It’s 5-10 minutes of daily arithmetic questions; in Year 6 children have to answer up to 7 quick mental arithmetic questions a day using either a written or mental method. It’s a fantastic way to develop children’s numeracy and build up their speed in preparation for the KS2 SATs Arithmetic paper.
Year 6 Maths Worksheets for problem solving and reasoning: Rapid Reasoning
Children often struggle with maths reasoning at KS2, especially in lower Key Stage 2. This set of more than 120 maths reasoning questions includes modelled answers and step by step guidance to support pupils through solving them. Each Year 6 reasoning worksheet has approximately 4 questions on it.
Year 6 SATs Tests and Revision Resources
Year 6 SATs Tests and Year 6 Maths Papers
Of course one of the skills the SATs papers test is identifying exactly what the question is asking for, and which maths operation to undertake. The following practice Year 6 maths sats papers or Year 6 SATs tests provide a range of question types and topics, requiring children to switch between multiplication and division to 2D shapes and 3D shapes from one question to the next. They all include answer sheets so children can self mark as required.
Year 6 SATs Revision Worksheets: Worked Examples
This pack contains a series of SATs style arithmetic and reasoning questions that have already been solved, although the answers may not be correct. Each year 6 sats revision worksheet encourages pupils to find and explain errors, not just focus on finding the correct answer. Again the topics are all mixed up, so the first step is in finding what is being tested.
Year 6 SATs Reasoning Questions
Central to the new maths mastery approach to teaching maths at primary school is the idea that all children of all abilities should be able to solve multi step word problems in maths and reason well. This is why two of the three KS2 SATs papers are SATs reasoning papers.
While these aren’t on a SATs revision worksheet, there are plenty of examples here to help 10 and 11 year olds to practise these kind of questions.
If you have pupils who need a boost for SATs next year, talk to one of our schools team about the results you can expect from our one to one SATs revision lessons. We’ve also collected the best SATs revision resources if you’re planning your own SATs intervention, including a breakdown of the topics and order that we believe is most effective in giving pupils a firm grasp of maths and enabling them to achieve 100 in SATs.
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