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Home learning for Explorers Academy takes the form of a Home Learning Journey. Weekly (Nursery)  or fortnightly (Reception) journals are sent home with a task to share with the children. These tasks cover the different Areas of Learning within the EYFS curriculum and are best suited to each child’s needs.

For some tasks,  children are asked to complete a creative learning project linked to their topic.

In addition, children are given sounds, words and a reading book (according to their developmental readiness) to practice at home and a set of ‘spellings’ to practice their word building skills

Parents are also encouraged to contribute to their child’s Learning Journey through the 2Simple program and email system.

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Year 6 Home Learning

Welcome to the Year 6 home learning page. Each week, we will add a weekly overview document which will include links and resources for English, maths and spelling. We will also periodically share curriculum homework menus with ideas and links for learning opportunities for different subjects. In addition to this, the whole school resources page has a list of suggested websites and themed activity menus which are regularly uploaded to supplement the Year 6 home learning.

  

We would love to hear what children have been up to each week. You could send a short email explaining what the children have been learning, share pictures of their work or even include some videos. At the very least, please email every two weeks so that we know that you are safe and well. The email address is [email protected] .

Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions.

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English, Spelling and Maths Weekly Overviews

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Make Homework Meaningful & Manageable with Menus

Are you looking for a new homework management solution try homework menus to motivate your students and differentiate through choice read on for tips on using homework menus plus free printables for 2nd and 3rd grade to get you started..

Looking for a new homework management solution? Try homework menus! Tips on how to organize your homework practices using menus to motivate your kids and differentiate through choice. Click for details PLUS free printables to get you started.

Teacher Homework Confession/Spoiler Alert:

I’ve never been a fan of homework – not as a child and definitely not as a teacher

Homework has been my pet project for awhile, as it’s always driven me crazy that parents, districts, and most administrators required I create and assign something that any research I’ve encountered deemed at worst detrimental or at best only mildly useful. Since I’ve rarely taught in an environment where not giving homework was an option, I’ve attempted to finagle a way to make homework as meaningful as possible for ALL of my students. No easy task, especially when there are so many other things worthy of our time and attention (literacy, math, arts instruction anyone?!)

I’ve tried: *Daily homework – everyone does the same thing, bring it back the next morning *Weekly homework folders – students complete a set schedule of assignments per week (Monday – spelling, Tuesday – math, Wednesday – reading response, etc.) *Homework packets – go home Monday, students finish in whatever order they choose, bring back Friday *Homework point sheets – students earn a specified amount of points for each homework assignment and earn a set amount of points each week

I’ve had varying amounts of success with all of the above as well as a good amount of failure.

Looking for a new homework management solution? Try homework menus! Tips on how to organize your homework practices using menus to motivate your kids and differentiate through choice. Click for details PLUS free printables to get you started.

The Research on Homework

After reading a variety of research about homework at the elementary level, I strongly believe that the most important part of homework for kids K-5 is reading a just right book. After that, the rest is – just that – the rest.

These two articles are good starting points if you are interested in an overview of the research on homework practices.

Synthesis of Research on Homework The Case For and Against Homework

Here were my takeaways from the articles (from a grade 2-3 perspective)

Homework should:  •Give students a chance to review skills they are comfortable with and can practice independently •Give them an opportunity to do what they enjoy •Give students a chance to be successful at home with academics •Help children see connections between what they do in school and the real world

Homework should not: •Require parents to teach their child something new – let parents do the wrangling, not the teaching •Frustrate kids because of the difficulty of the assignment •Be one size fits all – we don’t teach this way, so why would we assign homework this way?

Homework Menus can be a Solution!

After 14 years of facing this homework conundrum I’ve found that homework menus are the easiest way to differentiate homework in a way that’s easy for teachers to assign and grade.

Plus they give you tons of flexibility so you can include exercise, listening to music, hanging out with family, practicing math facts or mindfulness as menu options.

You are still assigning homework, but getting to choose menu options that you know are really important for kids.

Looking for a new homework management solution? Try homework menus! Tips on how to organize your homework practices using menus to motivate your kids and differentiate through choice. Click for details PLUS free printables to get you started.

Homework menus give students choice within a structure and can be easily adapted to what you have already taught in class.

You only have to create one menu a month and collect homework assignments once per week (or even per month – although I wouldn’t recommend this – too much room for procrastination).

There are a few different ways to handle turn in of assignments for students who can’t handle the Friday only turn in option.  I use homework bookmarks for 99% of  my kids and a daily homework tracker for the kiddos who need a bit more daily accountability.

Looking for a new homework management solution? Try homework menus! Tips on how to organize your homework practices using menus to motivate your kids and differentiate through choice. Click for details PLUS free printables to get you started.

Getting Homework Menus up and Running

Want to try out homework menus? Here are a few things to know about getting organized.

At the beginning of every month you will need a new homework menu. Your menu (if you choose to do a monthly one like me) should include around 25 choices. Then you just need the printables and you’re ready to go.  It’s work up front but it saves you time later.

To Do Monthly:

*Get copies of the homework menu ready for every student *Make 15-20 copies of the printable homework options you want to use *Make one set of answer keys for your homework grader (if you are lucky enough to have one) *Find a place to keep homework menu options (you can see some of mine in the pics) – I put them outside my room on plastic shelves so they’re easy to find before and after school

Looking for a new homework management solution? Try homework menus! Tips on how to organize your homework practices using menus to motivate your kids and differentiate through choice. Click for details PLUS free printables to get you started.

To Do Weekly:

*Make copies of homework bookmarks or trackers to send home *Enter homework in grade book and grade as you would like (If you don’t have a parent volunteer to help you, I say put a sticker on the homework bookmark and send that puppy home!)

Looking for a new homework management solution? Try homework menus! Tips on how to organize your homework practices using menus to motivate your kids and differentiate through choice. Click for details PLUS free printables to get you started.

To Do As Needed:

As you teach something in class, add it to your homework options folders, crate or shelves. If I have extra copies of a math or reading response assignment I always put them in the homework shelves for students to do as extra practice at home. These have been introduced to them in class and they should be able to complete them at home with minimal support. They can easily fit with the “Complete a math assignment you haven’t already done.” or “Complete a reading response/log” menu options. Even if I have something that doesn’t necessarily fit with a given option, I’ll let students know they can use it as a homework option (and let the parents know too) and write in the assignment they did instead of a number. Easy-peasy!

Looking for a new homework management solution? Try homework menus! Tips on how to organize your homework practices using menus to motivate your kids and differentiate through choice. Click for details PLUS free printables to get you started.

Homework Menus Frequently Asked Questions

Q: If homework doesn’t really matter anyway, then why even use a menu? Isn’t it just extra work that could be better spend elsewhere? A: I have always worked in schools where there was pressure either by the district, our school administration, or students’ parents to provide some sort of homework . (95% of the pressure came from parents in my experience.)  Providing homework menus with age-appropriate options is my attempt to work within these expectations, while differentiating for every student and honoring their time. This is why exercise, listening to music, practicing mindfulness, and spending time interacting with family members have always been mainstays on my homework menus.  I also like that the menu structure gives me opportunities to include math and reading review assignments that are beneficial for students, since they’re reviews of what we’ve already done in class.

Q: How do parents respond to this type of homework? A: Just like anything else you do in your classroom, some parents are 100% on board and think homework menus are the best thing ever, and others are not so easily persuaded. For the naysayers I use their questions as a jumping off point to explain what research says about homework in elementary grades and that truly my #1 concern is that their child is reading at home. For the most part parents have been very supportive of this type of homework and loved that it gave their child more freedom and less busy work. Kids are busy after school, and they loved that soccer practice and piano lessons (both great uses of after school time!) could be counted toward their weekly homework. Using menus also eliminates complaints from parents who constantly tell you their child isn’t being challenged by the work you’re sending home, since the kids are making the choices.

Q: Parents are concerned that their children aren’t old enough to make choices. What if they just want a homework packet? A: If parents want a packet, I nicely take them outside my classroom (where I keep copies of all the homework choices) with a stapler in hand, randomly take three or four assignments and staple them together. Voila! A homework packet! I don’t think this is the best way to assign homework as it takes responsibility away from the student, but I don’t believe homework is important enough to cause rifts between teachers and parents. I strongly, strongly, strongly (did I say strongly?) disagree that children aren’t able to make choices for themselves.

Q: What if students can’t handle turning in homework only once a week? A: Weekly turn in typically works for 99% of students. For the other 1% I use a Daily Homework Tracker or Bookmark. Students who use these do the same assignments, but turn in a bookmark/tracker each morning with the minutes they read the night before and the menu option they completed (or are working on) so they don’t get behind.

Q: How do you keep track of homework that has been turned in? Do students ever repeat the same assignment? A: I keep track of homework in an Excel document where I record the total minutes of reading and the numbers from the homework menu that students complete each week. At a glance I can make sure students are completing different assignments throughout the month

Q: How do you grade homework? How much time does this take when students are completing different assignments? A: Grading and entering homework into the Excel document is one of the parent volunteer jobs in my classroom. I feel my grading time is much better spent working on reader’s response notebooks or giving students comments on their writer’s workshop pieces rather than grading and entering homework assignments. I have a pack of answer keys that I include in my parent volunteer section of the room for all the monthly assignments, so a willing parent volunteer can do the grading for you. If parent volunteers are scarce, I would grade for completion only. Check! Sticker! Done!

Q: What do you do if students choose only the easiest assignments? A: Parents are usually much more concerned about this than I. Homework is something students should be able to complete independently so technically they should choose assignments that are easy (on an independent level) for them. I talk with my students throughout the year about choosing just right homework assignments and train the parents to do the same. If you can finish it in two minutes it’s too easy. If it makes you want to cry it’s too hard. Since I can’t necessarily control which assignments students pick as this is HOMEwork, I choose my battles. I would rather battle about reading just right books in the classroom than choosing just right homework assignments.

Q: Parents are telling me they have to teach their child how to do the assignment(s). What should I do? A: Remind the parent that there are a number of options for homework. Their job is to provide a calm place, time and structure for their child to work and then congratulate them when their child does their best. Train parents the same way you do students about choosing just right homework assignments (finish in 2 minutes vs. make you want to cry) and make some assignments available online if possible so parents can see what options are available.

Want to try out homework menus? 

Click HERE to download this FREE editable homework menu , homework bookmark , and 4 printables that correspond to the menu and see what you think.  I’d love to hear from you in the comments!

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Need more homework menus and printables?

If you are ready to get started with homework menus for the year, homework menus with corresponding printables are ready to go for every month of the school year at the Super Teacher stores. If you’re just getting started for the year, you can check out the August Homework pack HERE and the September Homework Menu pack HERE .

You can buy them one month at a time or take the leap and get the entire year bundle which includes EVERY homework pack + extra presents for Super Pack buyers only!

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Do you plan on making different grade levels? I would like to purchase a second grade one!

Thanks so much for your question! For 2nd grade, I recommend using menus as in-class activities rather than homework because all of the choices are a bit too overwhelming for 2nd graders. When I taught 2nd grade we used a more simple homework and it worked well, especially at the beginning of the year. However, I did still have students use menus, but as enrichment or fast finishers.

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Homework Menus

Each term, each of our teaching teams send home a homework menu. Each team asks their children to do a number of the tasks, depending on their age. Each child has a homework book for work to be written in, or placed in. Work can also be uploaded onto Class Dojo. Some tasks are more practical and may need adult support.

Our Foundation Stage staff send home a weekly letter, which includes homework.

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Home learning for year 6 – English  is designed to ensure you have all your home learning activities for year 6 English in one place. Including differentiated tasks for reading, writing composition and GPS, there’s a task for every week of the school year. Whether you use it as a workbook or dip in and out, it's perfect for teachers and home tutors of children in year 6.

What's included?

  • 39 photocopiable tasks, differentiated where appropriate
  • mapped to the NC objectives for year 5/6
  • answers where relevant
  • teacher’s tick list to keep track of work set.

What's inside?

Section 1 – pupil’s section.

Reading resources (pages 4-35)

  • Comprehension resources
  • Book review resources
  • Poetry performance resources
  • Different genres resources
  • Figurative language resources
  • Predictions resources

Unit 2 – Writing composition resources (pages 36-66)

  • Proofreading resources
  • Assessing a piece of writing resources
  • Describing characters resources
  • Describing settings resources
  • The plot resources
  • The big write resources
  • A newspaper report resources
  • Persuasive writing resources
  • Formal or informal resources
  • A précis resources
  • Advice for year 5
  • Your school report resources

Unit 3 – GPS resources (pages 67-100)

  • Prefixes and suffixes resources
  • Homophones resources
  • Using a dictionary and thesaurus resources
  • A conversation resources
  • Parenthesis resources
  • Spelling resources
  • Passive verbs resources
  • Relative clauses resources
  • Lists resources
  • Modal verbs resources
  • Avoiding ambiguity resources
  • The perfect tense resources
  • Expanded noun phrases & independent clauses resources

Section 2 – teacher’s section

Teaching notes and curriculum mapping (page 101)

Teacher’s tick list (page 102)

Reading (pages 104-110)

Writing composition (pages 111-112)

GPS (pages 113-129)

  • Homophones resources
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  • Parenthesis resources
  • Spelling resources
  • Passive verbs resources
  • Relative clauses resources
  • Lists resources
  • Modal verbs resources
  • Avoiding ambiguity resources
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Jodi, I use something like this weekly for my spelling homework. I like the variety of options it offers and I find that most families do, too. It's interesting that a few choose the do your own thing option of writing words 4 times daily and skip the fun and silly ways to practice. I think making it due once a week is huge for today's busy families. Nice job!

This looks absolutely amazing!! I love the option of a menu since so many families are busy! Thank you so much!!

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I have used these this year and have had great feedback from the parents about this! And the kids love it too!

I really love this in place of the worksheets we have been doing forever. The fact that it is editable makes it valuable for us and our curriculum. We want to provide activities of application across the subject areas. That being said, it would be easier for my team (who takes turns with tasks such as homework, newsletters, etc.) if each month/week was in a separate folder instead of a long scrolling document. Does that make sense? That way, we can edit August and save only August in its own folder for next year easy access. I also wish there was a way to convert pdf to google docs in drive. I tried to take the pdf and open in google docs, but it doesn't transfer. Does anyone out there have a trick to doing this? That would be the best way for collaboration. Thanks again for your hard work. Consider separating each page 🙂

Hi Jodi! I recently purchased these menus and I, too, am excited to try a new approach to homework this year! I need your help—do you have a parent letter that introduces and explains this process of completing homework? I have been trying to compose a letter, but would love some help! Thank you so much! Kris

This is such a clever idea for homework and it’s differentiated without the extra work of having to make a million copies! I am starting to use it this week and I am so excited!!

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Year 6 Maths Learning

Here are some of the key learning objectives for the end of Year 6:

  • know and use Place value up to 10 million
  • Counting on and back in steps of powers of 10 from any number up to 10 million
  • Round numbers to any given degree of accuracy.
  • Count forwards and backwards through zero with positive and negative numbers.
  • Read Roman numerals to 1000 and recognise years written in Roman numerals
  • solve multi-step problems using addition and subtraction in a range of contexts
  • identify multiples and factors including common factors
  • multiply and divide up to 4-digit numbers by up to 2 digits
  • Use their knowledge of the order of operations to carry out calculations involving the four operations.
  • Identify common factors, common multiples and prime numbers.
  • solve problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
  • simplify fractions
  • compare and order fractions including mixed numbers
  • add and subtract fractions with different denominators including mixed numbers
  • multiply simple fractions together and simplify the answer
  • divide proper fractions by whole numbers
  • recall and use equivalence between simple fractions, decimals and percentages.
  • Multiply and divide whole numbers and decimals up to 3dp by 10, 100 or 1000
  • read, write, order and compare numbers up to 3dp
  • round decimals with up to 3dp to the nearest whole
  • solve problems with numbers up to 3dp
  • work out percentages of different amounts
  • solve problems using percentages
  • use simple formulae
  • express missing number problems using algebra
  • find pairs of numbers that satisfy equations with two variables
  • solve problems involving simple ratios
  • solve problems involving similar shapes where the scale factor is known
  • use, read, write and convert between standard units of measure
  • measure, compare and calculate using different measures
  • know that shapes with the same area can have different perimeters
  • find the area of parallelograms and right triangles
  • find the volume of cubes and cuboids
  • convert between miles and km
  • name and understand the parts of circles - radius, diameter and circumference
  • draw 2D shapes accurately using dimensions and angles
  • compate and classify 2D shapes by a range of properties
  • find missing angles in triangles, quadrilaterals and regular shapes
  • use coordinates in all 4 quadrants
  • draw and translate simple shapes in all 4 quadrants
  • interpret and construct pie charts and line graphs
  • calculate the mean as an average

Please note:

Our site is mainly based around the US Elementary school math standards.

Though the links on this page are all designed primarily for students in the US, but they are also at the correct level and standard for UK students.

The main issue is that some of the spelling is different and this site uses US spelling.

Year 6 is generally equivalent to 5th Grade in the US.

On this page you will find link to our range of math worksheets for Year 6.

Quicklinks to Year 6 ...

  • Place Value Zone
  • Mental Math Zone

Word Problems Zone

Fractions percents ratio zone.

  • Percentages Zone
  • Measurement Zone

Geometry Zone

Data analysis zone.

  • Fun Zone: games and puzzles

Coronavirus Stay At Home Support

For those parents who have found themselves unexpectedly at home with the kids and need some emergency activities for them to do, we have started to develop some Maths Grab Packs for kids in the UK.

Each pack consists of at least 10 mixed math worksheets on a variety of topics to help you keep you child occupied and learning.

The idea behind them is that they can be used out-of-the-box for some quick maths activities for your child.

They are completely FREE - take a look!

  • Free Maths Grabs Packs

Place Value & Number Sense Zone

Year 6 number worksheets.

Here you will find a range of Free Printable Year 6 Number Worksheets.

Using these Year 6 maths worksheets will help your child to:

  • use place value with numbers up to 10 million;
  • use place value with up to 3 decimal places;
  • understand how to use exponents (powers) of a number;
  • understand and use parentheses (brackets);
  • understand and use multiples and factors;
  • extend their knowledge of prime and composite (non-prime) numbers up to 100;
  • know and be able to use the PEMDAS (or PEDMAS) rule.
  • Place Value Worksheets to 10 million
  • Place Value to 3dp
  • Ordering Decimals Worksheets
  • PEMDAS Rule Support Page
  • PEMDAS Problems Worksheets
  • Balancing Math Equations
  • Roman Numerals worksheets

Ordering Large Numbers and Decimals to 3dp

The sheets in this section involve ordering lists of decimals to 3 decimal places and also large numbers up to 100 million.

There are sheets with decimals up to 10, and also sheets with numbers from -10 to 10.

  • Ordering Large Numbers up to 100 million
  • Ordering Decimals to 3dp

Rounding Decimals

  • Rounding to the nearest tenth
  • Rounding Decimal Places Sheets to 2dp
  • Rounding Decimals Worksheet Challenges

Year 6 Decimal Counting Worksheets

Using these sheets will support you child to:

  • count on and back by multiples of 0.1;
  • fill in the missing numbers in sequences;
  • count on and back into negative numbers.
  • Counting By Decimals

Year 6 Mental Maths Zone

Each worksheet tests the children on a range of math topics from number facts and mental arithmetic to geometry, fraction and measures questions.

A great way to revise topics, or use as a weekly math quiz!

  • Year 6 Mental Maths Tests

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Year 6 Addition Worksheets

  • add decimals including tenths and hundredths mentally;
  • add a columns of multi-digit numbers, including decimals.
  • Decimal Addition Fact Worksheets
  • 5th Grade Addition Worksheets BIG Numbers
  • Decimal Column Addition Worksheets
  • Money Worksheets (randomly generated)

Year 6 Subtraction Worksheets

Using these sheets will help your child to:

  • subtract decimals including tenths and hundredths mentally;
  • subtract multi-digit numbers, including decimals using column subtraction.
  • Subtracting Decimals Worksheets (mental)
  • Subtraction Worksheets up to Billions (columns)
  • Column Subtraction with Decimals

Year 6 Multiplication Worksheets

  • extend their knowlege of multiplication to decimals;
  • use their multiplication tables to answer related facts, including decimals;
  • multiply a range of decimals with up to 2 decimal places (2dp) by a whole number;
  • multiply different money amounts by a whole number.
  • Multiplying Decimals by 10 and 100
  • Multiplication Fact Sheet Decimals
  • Decimal Multiplication Worksheets to 1dp
  • Decimal Multiplication Worksheets to 2dp
  • Free Multiplication Worksheets (randomly generated)
  • Multiply and Divide by 10 100 (decimals)
  • Multiplication & Division Worksheets (randomly generated)
  • Multiplication Word Problems

Division Worksheets 5th Grade

Using these Year 6 maths worksheets will help your child learn to:

  • divide any whole number up to 10000 by a two digit number;
  • express any division with a remainder in the form of a mixed number (a number with a fraction part).
  • Long Division Worksheets (whole numbers)
  • Long Division of Decimal Numbers
  • Decimal Division Facts
  • Division Facts Worksheets (randomly generated)

Year 6 Maths Problems

  • apply their addition, subtraction, multiplication and division skills;
  • apply their knowledge of rounding and place value;
  • solve a range of problems including "real life" problems and ratio problems.

These sheets involve solving one or two more challenging longer problems.

  • Year 6 Math Problems (5th Grade)

These sheets involve solving many 'real-life' problems involving data.

  • Year 6 Math Word Problems (5th Grade)

These sheets involve solving a range of ratio problems.

Year 6 Fraction Worksheets

Year 6 percentage worksheets, year 6 ratio worksheets.

  • compare and order fractions;
  • add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers;
  • understand how to multiply fractions by a whole number;
  • understand how to multiply two fractions together, including mixed fractions;
  • understand the relationship between fractions and division;
  • know how to divide fractions and mixed fractions;
  • convert decimals to fractions.
  • Comparing Fractions Worksheet page
  • Adding Fractions Worksheets
  • Adding Improper Fractions
  • Subtracting Fractions Worksheets
  • Adding Subtracting Fractions Worksheets
  • Improper Fraction Worksheets
  • Converting Decimals to Fractions Worksheets
  • Fractions Decimals Percents Worksheets
  • Multiplying Fractions Worksheets
  • Dividing Fractions by Whole numbers
  • Divide Whole numbers by Fractions
  • Simplifying Fractions Worksheets
  • Free Printable Fraction Riddles (harder)

Take a look at our percentage worksheets for finding the percentage of a number or money amount.

We have a range of percentage sheets from quite a basic level to much harder.

  • Percentage of Numbers Worksheets
  • Money Percentage Worksheets
  • Percentage Word Problems

These Year 6 Ratio worksheets are a great way to introduce this concept.

We have a range of part to part ratio worksheets and slightly harder problem solving worksheets.

  • Ratio Part to Part Worksheets
  • Ratio and Proportion Worksheets

Year 6 Geometry Worksheets

  • know how to find missing angles in a range of situations;
  • learn the number of degrees in a right angle, straight line, around a point and in a triangle;
  • know how to calculate the area of a triangle;
  • know how to calculate the area of a range of quadrilaterals.
  • learn the formulas to calculate the area of triangles and some quadrilaterals;
  • write and plot coordinates in all 4 quadrants.
  • (5th Grade) Geometry - Angles
  • Area of Quadrilaterals
  • 5th Grade Volume Worksheets
  • Coordinate Worksheets (1st Quadrant)
  • Coordinate Plane Worksheets (All 4 Quadrants)
  • Parts of a Circle Worksheets

Measurement Zone, including Time & Money

Year 6 measurement worksheets.

Using these sheets will help your child understand how to:

  • learn how to read a standard scale going up in different fractions: halves, quarters, eighths and sixteenths;
  • learn how to read a metric scale going up in 0.1s, 5s, 10s, 25s, 50s & 100s;
  • learn how to estimate a measurement of length, weight or liquid;
  • convert temperatures in Celsius and Fahrenheit.
  • (5th Grade) Measurement Worksheets

Time Puzzles - harder

Here you will find our selection of harder time puzzles.

  • Time Word Problems Worksheets - Riddles (harder)

Using these sheets will help you to:

  • find the mean of up to 5 numbers;
  • find a missing data point when the mean is given.
  • Mean Worksheets

Fun Zone: Puzzles, Games and Riddles

Year 6 maths games.

  • Year 6 Math Games (5th Grade)

Year 6 Maths Puzzles

The puzzles will help your child practice and apply their addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts as well as developing their thinking and reasoning skills in a fun and engaging way.

  • Printable Math Puzzles

Math Salamanders Year 6 Maths Games Ebook

Our Year 6 Maths Games Ebook contains all of our fun maths games, complete with instructions and resources.

This ebooklet is available in our store - use the link below to find out more!

  • Year 6 Maths Games Ebook

Other UK Maths Worksheet pages

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