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Mathematics test Ma KEY STAGE 1 LEVELS 2–3 2001 Teacher’s guidance on assistance for the written questions I These centre pages may be pulled out for manageable reference during the test. I Any person administering the test should have a copy of these pages available for reference during the test. I You must not read any numerals, symbols or abbreviations (eg ‘5 + 10 =’ or ‘£1.99’) unless otherwise stated. Key stage 1 2001 Mathematics booklet Name Score Level and grade @ ; @ @@ ; ;; @ ; @ ; @@@@ ;;;; @ ; @ ; Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk http://www.SATs-Papers.co.uk Some children made this graph. The colour we like best Practice question The children must work on their own from question 6 which is not part of the practice question. Look at the graph. Which colour do 5 children like best? You may read but do not rephrase. Look at the graph. 6 How many children like red best? children 7 You may read but do not rephrase. 7 How much money is in the money box? You may indicate the money box. p 8 2 Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk http://www.SATs-Papers.co.uk You may read and rephrase any of the words in this question. Look at these cards. You may remind the children to use only these numbers. 8 Use one card each time to make these correct. Do not help with the interpretation of the equations. You may read but do not rephrase. 9 Write the answers. 5 + 10 = 15 + 10 = 25 + 10 = 9 You may read but do not rephrase. 10 Tick (# ) the shape which has more than half blue. 10 Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk http://www.SATs-Papers.co.uk 3 You may read but do not rephrase. 11 However, you may explain ‘arrows’ by indicating the one on the diagram. Draw arrows to show which shapes belong in the set. has 5 corners 12 You may read but do not rephrase. Add more fives until the total is 25 5 + 5 For ‘25’, say ‘this number’. + 11 You may read and rephrase any of the words except ‘number’ which may be read but not rephrased. 13 Write the missing number in the box. { 10 = 50 You may read but rephrase only ‘shaded’, ‘continue’ and ‘shading’. The numbers in the shaded squares make a sequence. 14 Continue the sequence by shading more squares. 12 4 Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk http://www.SATs-Papers.co.uk You may read and rephrase any of the words in this question. There are 4 apples in each pack. You may also read the ‘4’ in ‘4 apples’ and ‘3’ in ‘3 packs’. You may indicate the pack of apples. Mrs Pullen buys 3 packs of apples. 15 How many apples does she buy? 16 Write the correct sign in each box. apples 58 26 = 43 17 = 26 33 33 = You may read but rephrase only ‘correct’ and ‘box’. 84 0 13 @ @@ ; ;; @ ; @@@@ ;;;; You may read any of the words on this page but rephrase only ‘Ann’, ‘dolls’ and ‘blocks’. Ann measured the height of these 2 dolls in blocks. 17 How many blocks taller is the large doll ? blocks You may read the ‘2’ in ‘2 dolls’. 14 Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk http://www.SATs-Papers.co.uk 5 You may read any of the words on this page but rephrase only ‘correct’ and ‘boxes’. Here is a sorting diagram. The number 34 has been sorted. For ‘The number 34’ say ‘This number’. You may indicate the sorting diagram but do not indicate the direction of the arrows or help with interpretation. For ‘the numbers 6 and 27’, say ‘these numbers’. 18 Sort the numbers 6 and 27 Write them in the correct boxes on the diagram. 15 You may read but rephrase only ‘bus’ and ‘zoo’. The bus left at 9 o‘clock to go to the zoo. You may also read the ‘9’ in ‘9 o’clock’. You may read the ‘1’ and ‘15’ in ‘1 hour and 15 minutes’. You may read but rephrase only ‘Draw a ring around’ and ‘zoo’. It arrived 1 hour and 15 minutes later. 19 Draw a ring around the time it got to the zoo. 9:15 Do not help with reading or interpreting the time. 1 1:15 10:45 9:30 10:15 16 6 Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk http://www.SATs-Papers.co.uk You may read but do not rephrase any of the words on this page. This table shows the ages of some children. You may read the ages as written including the numbers. 20 How many children are older than Harriet? 21 children Who is the youngest? 17 You may read but rephrase only ‘Join’. 22 Join two other numbers which total 100 For ‘100’, say ‘this number’. You may read but do not rephrase. 23 Write the total. 100 + 90 + 80 = 18 Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk http://www.SATs-Papers.co.uk 7 You may read any of the words on this page but rephrase only ‘shade’ and ‘correct’. 24 Shade the correct triangle in the last hexagon. 19 You may read but rephrase only ‘match’ and ‘box’. 25 Match each number in a box to the nearest 10 You may read but do not rephrase the words above the arrow. You may read the ‘10’. 140 130 180 160 150 120 20 8 Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk http://www.SATs-Papers.co.uk 26 Write the number which is half of 38 You may read but do not rephrase. For ‘38’, say ‘this number’. 27 Write 3 of these numbers in the empty boxes. You may read any of the words but rephrase only ‘empty’ and ‘boxes’. The numbers in the boxes must be in order. 309 410 You may read the ‘3’ in ‘3 of these numbers’. 908 701 1000 You may read ‘largest’ and ‘smallest’. 21 You may read but rephrase only ‘missing’ and ‘box’. 28 Write the missing number in the box. } 2 = 7 You may read but do not rephrase any of the words in this question. 29 Draw the 2 lines of symmetry on this shape. You may use a mirror. You may read the ‘2’ in ‘2 lines’. 22 Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk http://www.SATs-Papers.co.uk 9 You may read but do not rephrase any of the words on this page. 30 Add together 24, 67 and 45 For ‘24, 67 and 45’, say ‘these three numbers’. Show how you work it out in the box. You may indicate the box. Remind the children to show their method. They may gain one mark even if their answer is wrong. The total is 23 For ‘26’, say ‘this number of ’. You may read but do not rephrase any of the words except ‘Sadi’, ‘cartons’, ‘juice’, ‘party’ and ‘pack’. Sadi needs 26 cartons of juice for her party. There are four cartons in a pack. 31 How many packs does she need to buy? packs 24 10 Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk http://www.SATs-Papers.co.uk You may read but do not rephrase. 32 Write the answer. 51 – 27 = You may read but rephrase only ‘Ellen’. Ellen has a £5 note. She spends £1.99 For ‘£5’ and ‘£1.99’, say ‘this amount’. 33 Draw a ring around each coin she gets in her change. You may read but rephrase only ‘Draw a ring around’. 25 You may read but rephrase only ‘box’ and ‘correct’. 34 Write the number in the box to make this correct. 60 | 40 = 20 + You may read but do not rephrase any of the words except ‘jug’ and ‘Ravi’. This jug has water in it. For ‘150’, say ‘this number of ’. Ravi pours 150 millilitres of water out of this jug. 35 How much water will be left in the jug? millilitres 26 Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk http://www.SATs-Papers.co.uk 11 © Qualiﬁcations and Curriculum Authority 2001 Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk http://www.SATs-Papers.co.uk