Maths Quiz Year 6 Quizzes 1 to 25
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 1 



Maths Objective 
To understand that different combinations of numbers can be added together to achieve a target number. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

That by using addition, a target number can be realised in different ways. 
60 is the sum of 10 + 50, 15 + 45, 20 + 40, 30 + 30, etc. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 2 



Maths Objective 
To show pupils that a target number can be realised by different subtraction sums. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

That by using subtraction a target number can be realised in different ways. 
15 is the result of 25  10, 40  25, 18  3, 30  15, etc. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 3 



Maths Objective 
To practise addition using a doubling technique. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

That 19 + 21 is the same as 20 + 20 and can be worked out by doubling and adjusting. 
19 + 21 = ⇢ 20 + 20= 40 31 + 30 = ⇢ 1 + 30 + 30 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 4 



Maths Objective 
To practise addition by breaking up sums into multiples of 10. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

That 32 + 20 is the same as 2 + 30 + 20 
32 + 20 = ⇢ 2 + 30 + 20 = 52 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 5 



Maths Objective 
To understand that several pairs of numbers can be multiplied to realise a target number. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

That by using multiplication, a target number can be realised in different ways. 
16 is the product of 2 x 8, 8 x 2 and 4 x 4 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 6 



Maths Objective 
To show pupils that a target number can be realised by different division sums. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

That by using division, a target number can be realised in different ways. 
5 is the result of 10 ÷ 2, 20 ÷ 4, 50 ÷ 10, 40 ÷ 8, etc. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 7 



Maths Objective 
To use all four operations to reach a target number. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

How a target number can be realised using all four operations. 
50 is the result of 25 + 25, 100  50, 10 x 5, 100 ÷ 2, etc. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 8 



Maths Objective 
To pair numbers to make 100. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

That the number 100 can be realised through many different addition sums. 
100 is the sum of 23 + 77, 10 + 90, 50 + 50, 15 + 85, etc. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 9 



Maths Objective 
To practise the numeracy skill of ‘doubling up’. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

How a start number can be doubled before going over 100. 
The number 20 can be doubled twice before it reaches 100. 20 ⇢ 40 ⇢ 80 ⇢ 160 once, twice, etc. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 10 



Maths Objective 
Successive halving of numbers. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

How many times a start number can be halved whilst still staying a whole number. 
24 ⇢ 12 ⇢ 6 ⇢ 3 ⇢ 1.5 once, twice, etc. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 11 



Maths Objective 
To revise topics contained in quizzes 1 to 10. 



Explain... 
MATHS REVISION 

This is a test of previous topics. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 12 



Maths Objective 
To understand that target numbers can be realised using different operations. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

That by using different operations, a target number can be realised in different ways. 
66 is the answer to... 60+6, 7610 or 6x11 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 13 



Maths Objective 
To understand that the same ratio can be shown in different ways. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

That ratio can be shown in different ways and mean the same thing. 
The ratio 2 to 1 is equal to... 4 to 2, 6 to 3, 8 to 4, etc. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 14 



Maths Objective 
To practise changing one number into another, using addition and subtraction. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

That numbers can be changed into other numbers by adding and subtracting. 
88  24 = 64 while ... 64 + 24 = 88 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 15 



Maths Objective 
To practise addition of decimals. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

That adding decimals is very similar to adding whole numbers. 
41 + 25 = 66 4.1 + 2.5 = 6.6 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 16 



Maths Objective 
To find the factors of numbers up to 100. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

Factors are those numbers that divide exactly into another number. 
The factors of 16 are 1, 2, 4, 8 and 16, as they all divide into 16 without a remainder. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 17 



Maths Objective 
To practise changing one number into another using multiplication and division. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

That numbers can be changed into other numbers by multiplying and dividing. 
4 x 12 = 48 while... 48 ÷ 4 = 12 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 18 



Maths Objective 
To get pupils to use addition and subtraction to reach a target decimal number. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

How a target number can be realised using addition and subtraction. 
2.5 is the answer to... 3  0.5 and 2 + 0.5 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 19 



Maths Objective 
To pair decimal numbers to make 10. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

That the number 10 can be realised in different ways when adding decimal numbers. 
10.0 is the answer to 5.5 + 4.5, 3.2 + 6.8 and 1.9 + 8.1 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 20 



Maths Objective 
To practise ‘doubling up’ decimal numbers. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

How many times a start number can be doubled before going over 10. 
1.2 ⇢ 2.4 ⇢ 4.8 ⇢ 9.6 ⇢ 19.2 once, twice, three times Answer: three times 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 21 



Maths Objective 
To practise successive halving of decimal numbers. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

How many times a start number can be halved before going below 1. 
8.4 ⇢ 4.2 ⇢ 2.1 ⇢ 1.05 once twice three times Answer: three times On the fourth time, it goes below 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 22 



Maths Objective 
To revise topics contained in exercises 12 to 21. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

This is a test of previous topics. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 23 



Maths Objective 
Subtracting numbers to make 10. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

That with subtraction, the number 10 can be realised in different ways. 
10 can be realised by 25  15, 30  20, 45  35, 17 – 7,etc. 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 25 



Maths Objective 
To use multiplication skills to realise target numbers, using given numbers. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

That a target number can be realised by the use of multiplication sums. 
With 5, 3 and 8, the target number 43 can be realised by the sum: ( 8 x 5 ) + 3 = 43 
MATHS QUIZ 
QUIZ 25 



Maths Objective 
To practise doubling multiples of 10 up to 1000. 



Explain... 
MATHS EXAMPLE 

That some sums can be worked out by doubling one digit and multiplying by 10. 
60 x 2 = ⇢ (6 x 2) x10 = 120 

