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1 DOWNSEND SCHOOL YEAR 5 EASTER REVISION BOOKLET This booklet is an optional revision aid for the Summer Exam Name: Maths Teacher:

2 Revision List for Summer Exam Topic Junior Maths Bk 3 Place Value Chapter 3 Special Numbers Squares, square roots, cubes, cube roots, factors, multiples, primes Chapter 4, 5 Doubling and Halving - Function Machines Chapter 10 Four Operations Add, Subtract, Multiplication & Division. Long Multiplication, Division by Factors Chapter 14, 15 Multiply and Divide by 10, 100, 1000 Chapter 12, 13 Patterns and sequences - Decimals Adding and Subtracting Dividing by whole numbers only Multiply by whole number and by decimals Conversion to fractions, percentages Fractions Equivalent, simplifying, Mixed Nos, Fractions of an amount Simple calculations Conversion to decimals, percentages Percentages Finding % of an amount Conversion to decimals, fractions Chapter 6 Chapter 6, 7 Chapter 6, 8 Conversion of metric units - BIDMAS - Time and timetables 12 hour and 24 hour time, conversions - Co-ordinates & Translation Chapter 17 Scales -

3 Graphs & Data Handling Frequency, Tally Charts, Bar Charts, Line Graphs, Venn Averages Range, Mean, Mode, Median Symmetry Reflective, Rotational, Order of Rotation Chapter 21 Chapter 22 Chapter 18 Congruent and Similar Shapes - Nets Chapter 20 Names and Properties of 3-d Shapes Terminology: Faces, Vertices, Edges Chapter 20 Names and properties of 2-d Shapes - Area and Perimeter Square, Rectangle, Triangle, Compound Shapes Volume Cubes and Cuboids Lines Terminology: Parallel, Perpendicular, Horizontal, Vertical Chapter 19 Chapter 20 - Angles Types (acute, obtuse, reflex) Naming with 3 letters Chapter 16 Using a Protractor Chapter 16 Angles Rules Angles on straight lines, around a point, triangles, quadrilaterals, vertically opposite Chapter 16 Probability Chapter 23 Construction of Triangles - Your best learning resources are your blue class work book, your class text book and the MyMaths website. Do not rely solely on your text book as not all topics are covered.

4 Answer the following questions: 1) Draw in the lines of symmetry in the following shapes: a) c) e) b) d) f) 2) List the 1 st five prime numbers: List all the factors of 10: List the first five multiples of 5: 3) Fill in the table square x

5 Space Space Write in figures: 4) One hundred and sixty seven thousand, three hundred and one 5) Two million, twelve thousand and four Remember when writing numbers in figures: M Th Th Th H T U 6) ) ) ) ) ) x 9 12) x ) = 1716 i l 14) Answer the following: a) 58 x 10= b) 680 x 100= c) 42 x 2000= d) =

6 e) = f) = Find the area and perimeter of the following shapes: 15) 4m area = 6m = m 2 perimeter = m 16) 3cm area of shape A = cm 2 B = cm 2 5cm 3cm Total = cm 2 8cm perimeter = = cm 17) Simplify to the simplest form a) = b) = c) = d) = ) Write these times as 24 hour times a) 6:17pm = b) 4:26am 19) List the factors of 30 (8) 20) List the first 5 multiples of 12

7 21) Find the volume of a cube that has the sides of 3cm Volume = cm 3 22) Share 456 marbles evenly between 3 boys Each boy will get marbles. 23) Betty buys a coat for 97 and trainers for 58. How much does she spend altogether? 24) Our school raises 150 for six charities. Each charity gets of the amount raised. How much did each charity get? 25) For a school party Mrs Swain buys six boxes of 125 straws each. How many straws did she buy altogether? straws

8 26) Find: a) 50% of 82cm b) 10% of 30 = cm = c) 25% of 44cm d) 40% of 2 = cm = 27) Plot the following coordinates and join them up to make a picture: (5,9) (1,6) (2,6) (2,1) (4,1) (4,3) (6,3) (6,1) (8,1) (8,6) (9,6) (5,9)

9 28) Fill in the following table using the number machine: IN x OUT IN OUT ) Measure the following angles with a protractor. Answer Answer Find the area and perimeter of the following shapes: 30) 7cm area of shape A = cm 2 B = cm 2 9cm 4cm Total = cm 2 12cm perimeter = = cm

10 Space Space Write in figures: 31) Twenty two thousand, four hundred and seventy six. Remember when writing numbers in figures: M Th Th Th H T U 32) ) ) ) ) ) x 6 38) x ) = 1716 i l 40) Answer the following: a) 56 x 10= b) 720 x 100= c) 24 x 2000= d) = e) = f) =

11 41) Find the area and perimeter of the following shapes: 10cm 8cm area of shape A = cm 2 B = cm 2 4cm Total = cm 2 14cm perimeter = = cm 42) Simplify to the simplest form a) = b) = c) = d) = ) Write these times as 24 hour times a) 2:27 am = b) 2:27 pm 44) List the factors of 20 (6) 45) List the first 5 multiples of 6 46) Find the volume of a cube that has the sides of 2cm Volume = cm 3

12 47) Mrs Hotel buys 4 ice-creams costing 75p each and 3 cokes costing 1.50 each. Work out the total cost. 48) What is 10% of 80? 49) What is 20% of 80? 50) What is 30% of 80? 51) What is 25% of 80? 52) What is the mean of the following numbers? 4, 3, 6, 1, 8, 6, 2, 9, 6 53) What is 1 hr 20 mins before 6.20pm

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15 56) Write in figures: a) Seven million, two hundred and six thousand, four hundred and ninety six. b) Seven hundred thousand, two hundred and five. 57) X X X X X x 30 = 40 x 300 = 32 x 200 =

16 58) Write the following numbers in words: a) 354 b) c) ) What is the value of each of the following underlined digits in words: a) 364 b) c) ) Complete the number sequence below: a) 23, 37,, 65, 93 b) -2, -4, -6,, -10,, c) 6, 3,, -3,,, ) Complete the table below so that the fractions, decimals and percentages are equivalent. Fractions Decimals Percentages %

17 62) Write down any three factors of 24,, 63) Write down any three multiples of 8,, 64) Circle the number which is not a multiple of 6: ) Complete the table below 53 + = = 22 + = = 67 + = = 66) Solve the following problems. You may use the middle box for workings and write you answer in the answer box. Problem Workings Answer

18 67) Circle the 2 numbers below which added together make ) Solve the following multiplication and division problems a) 34 x 10 = b) 45.6 x 10 = c) = d) = e) = f) x 10 = g) = h) x 10 = i) x 1000 = j) = 69) Solve the following problems by showing all your workings: a) b) c) d)

19 70) Colour all the 2d shape names in blue coloured pencil and the 3d shape names in red coloured pencil. cone heptagon hexagon tetrahedron circle cube decagon nonagon pentagon square sphere cylinder cuboid hemisphere dodecahedron rectangle square based pyramid triangle triangular based prism pentagonal pyramid 71) Choose the correct word that fit in the following sentences: equilateral triangle right angled triangle isosceles triangle scalene triangle a) A has one angle that is exactly 90 degrees. b) has no equal sides or angles. c) An has 3 equal sides and 3 equal angles. d) A has 2 equal sides and 2 equal angles. 72) Read the following carefully e) Colour in the right triangle: f) Colour in the scalene triangle:

20 g) Colour in the equilateral triangle: h) Colour in the isosceles triangle: i) Draw a circle around the following quadrilaterals: Rhombus Trapezium Rectangle Parallelogram Square

21 73) Match up the following shapes: Pentagon Hexagon Heptagon Octagon Nonagon Decagon 74) Label the 3D shapes

22 75) Name the 3D shapes

23 76) Answer the following averages questions using these numbers a) What is the range b) Find the median Answer: c) What is the mode Answer: d) Find the mean Answer: Answer: 77) Draw in lines of symmetry in the word below:

24 78) Add these numbers ) Simplify to the simplest form a) = b) = c) = d) = e) = f) = g) = h) = i) = j) = k) = l) = m) = n) = o) = p) = q) = r) = s) = t) = u) = v) = w) = x) = ) List all the factors of 20: List the first five multiples of 4:

25 80) Write these times as 24 hour times a) 10:22pm = b) 6:45am 81) Find: a) 50% of 74cm b) 75% of 30 = cm = c) 25% of 204cm d) 10% of 5 = cm = 82) Fill in the following table using the number machine: IN + 2 x 3 OUT IN OUT ) What is 1 hr 40 mins before 8.15pm

26 84) What is 10% of 60? 85) What is 60% of 60? 86) What is 40% of 60? 87) What is the mean of the following numbers? ) Measure the following angles with a protractor. Answer Answer 89) Complete the number sequence below: a) 14, 17,, 23, 29 b) -3, -6, -9,, -15,, c) 21, 19,, 15,,, 9

27 90) What does BIDMAS stand for? B I D M A S For the following, ensure you show your step by step workings! 91) 4 x ( x 2 ) 92) 7 + (3 x 2) (8 2) 93) (5 4) 2 + (7 x 2) 94) (4 x 2) (6 3) + (3 x 2) 95) (6 x 8) 18 ( ) 96) 5 + ( 2 x 10 5 ) 6

28 97) ( ) x ( 8 3 ) 98) x 3 99) 16 x ( ) 100) ³ ) Construct a triangle with sides 11cm, 3cm and 9cm 102) Construct a triangle with side AB 8cm, angle ABC 34 and angle BAC ) Construct a triangle with side 9cm, angle 100 and side 10cm. 104) Construct a triangle with sides 3cm, 6cm and 7cm. Draw the following triangles accurately, some are only sketches! Remember to work out what information you already have: (over page)

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