Maths Quiz Year 5 Quizzes 76 to 100
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 76 



Maths Objective 
To begin to understand percentage as the number of parts in every hundred and find simple percentages of small wholenumber quantities. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Percentages and fractions are different expressions of parts of a whole one. 
50% = 1 ^{1}⁄_{2} 25% = ^{1}⁄_{4} 20% = ^{1}⁄_{5} 75% = ^{3}⁄_{4} 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 77 



Maths Objective 
To begin to understand percentage as the number of parts in every hundred and find simple percentages of small wholenumber quantities. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Percentages and fractions are different expressions of parts of a whole one. 
50% = 1 ^{1}⁄_{2} 25% = ^{1}⁄_{4} 20% = ^{1}⁄_{5} 75% = ^{3}⁄_{4} 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 78 



Maths Objective 
To know by heart all multiplication facts and to quickly derive division facts for tables up to 12 X 12. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Problems can often be reduced to simple sums. 
A cyclist rides 5km every day. How far does she ride in 4 days? 5km x 4 = 20km 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 79 



Maths Objective 
To know by heart all multiplication facts and to quickly derive division facts for tables up to 12 X 12. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Problems can often be reduced to simple sums. 
If 36 children sat in groups of nine, how many groups would there be? 36 ÷ 9 = 4 groups 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 80 



Maths Objective 
To be able to quickly derive doubles of all whole numbers 1 to 100; doubles of multiples of 10 to 1000; doubles of multiples of 100 to 10 000. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

To double numbers ending in 0, double the other digits then add back the noughts. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 81 



Maths Objective 
To be able to quickly derive doubles of all whole numbers 1 to 100; doubles of multiples of 10 to 1000; doubles of multiples of 100 to 10 000. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

To double numbers ending in 0, double the other digits then add back the noughts. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 82 



Maths Objective 
To be able to quickly derive halves corresponding to doubles of all whole numbers 1  100, multiples of 10 to 1000 and multiples of 100 to 10 000. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

The relationship between numbers which are multiples of 10. 
What is half of 24? What is half of 240? What is half of 2400? 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 83 



Maths Objective 
To be able to quickly derive all twodigit pairs that total 100. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

You add a number to the units to make 10. You now only need to find 90, so add a number to the tens digit to make 9. Put the two numbers together for the answer. 
46 + ? = 100 Step 1: Add a number to the 6 to make 10 ⇢ (4). The units now total 10 so you only need to make the tens add up to 90. Step 2: Add a number to the tens to make 90 ⇢ (5). Put the two numbers together to make 54. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 84 



Maths Objective 
To be able to use known number facts and place value to mentally add any pair of twodigit whole numbers. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

They should learn all of the following four methods, as they will all be useful with different types of number groupings. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 85 



Maths Objective 
To be able to quickly derive decimals that total 10. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Reinforce the ‘shortcut’. There is no need to dwell on the ‘carry one’ idea. 
1.7 + ? = 10 To add number to make ‘10’ Add number to make 9 You only need to make 9 because you have carried one from the previous column. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 86 



Maths Objective 
To be able to quickly derive all pairs of multiples of 50 with a total of 1000. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

This exercise uses grams and kilograms, but the principle is the same for all additions. 
1000g = 1kg 600g + ?g = 1000g 650g + ?g = 1000g 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 87 



Maths Objective 
To be able to quickly derive all pairs of multiples of 50 with a total of 1000. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

The principles of subtraction are the same whatever the measure being used. 
1000g = 1kg 1000g  100g = ?g 1000g  150g = ?g 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 88 



Maths Objective 
To be able to convert larger to smaller units (e.g. kg to g). 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

The relationship between fractions and division. 
1kg = 1000g ^{1}⁄_{2}kg = 500g (e.g. 1000 ÷ 2) ^{1}⁄_{4}kg = 250g (e.g. 1000 ÷ 4) 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 89 



Maths Objective 
To be able to convert larger to smaller units (e.g. kg to g). 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

The relationship between fractions and decimals, e.g. 0.5g = ^{1}⁄_{2}kg = 500g 
1kg = 1000g 0.5kg = 500g 0.25kg = 250g 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 90 



Maths Objective 
To be able to use all four operations to solve word problems involving numbers and quantities. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Word problems can be reduced to simple sums. 
4 pencils cost 24p. What did one pencil cost? 24p ÷ 4 = 6p One pencil cost 6p 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 91 



Maths Objective 
To be able to use all four operations to solve word problems involving numbers and quantities. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Word problems can be reduced to simple sums. 
I was given 17p change from 50p How much had I spent? 50p – 17p = 33p I spent 33p 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 92 



Maths Objective 
To be able to count forwards or backwards in steps of 10 starting from any twodigit number. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

These are addition and subtraction sums involving two 2digit numbers. 
19 + 10 = 29 39  10 = 29 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 93 



Maths Objective 
To be able to count forwards or backwards in steps of 100 starting from any threedigit number. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

These are addition and subtraction sums involving two 3digit numbers. 
637 + 100 = 737 637  100 = 537 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 94 



Maths Objective 
To be able to count forwards or backwards in steps of different sizes. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

They will need to recognise the pattern in each group of numbers. 
Counting forwards: 10 ⇢ 20 ⇢ 30 ⇢ 40 ⇢ 50 Counting backwards: 78 ⇢ 68 ⇢ 58 ⇢ 48 ⇢ 38 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 95 



Maths Objective 
To be able to read the time to the nearest minute from an analogue clock. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

That they are to answer the questions on the attached sheet by drawing the hands of the clock on the numbered clock faces. 
An analogue clock similar to the face shown on the attached questions sheet. Use this drawing on which to display the answers to questions 3, 4, 6, 8 – 12 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 96 



Maths Objective 
To know and apply tests of divisibility by 2, 4, 5, 10 or 100. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

A number that can be divided exactly into another number is called a factor of that number. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 97 



Maths Objective 
To consolidate and apply tests of divisibility. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

This is a test of their ability to recognise factors. 
Identify two factors of the following numbers (apart from the number itself and 1). 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 98 



Maths Objective 
To consolidate the material contained in exercises 76 – 96. 



Explain... 
MATHS REVISION 

This is a test of the topics previously covered. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 99 



Maths Objective 
To practise SATs questions. 



Explain... 
MATHS SATs PRACTICE 

Practising these types of questions will help them in their tests. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 100 



Maths Objective 
To practise SATs questions. 



Explain... 
MATHS SATs PRACTICE 

Practising these types of questions will help them in their tests. 

