KS3 Maths is Easy Foundation Tier Practice PapersAn in-depth revision guide for the new KS3 Maths curriculum. Learn how to pass your Maths exams with confidence and ease! Dive straight into revision with the help of our revision practice papers. The only way a child can be fully prepared for their Maths exam, or any exam for that matter, is through practising! That is why, here at How2Become, we have created a replica of exam papers, to aid your child’s learning and make the most out of their revision!
KEY STAGE 3: Maths Is Easy – Practice Papers (Foundation)Making Education Fun Every child embarks on a journey of learning. How much a child wants to learn is ultimately down to them, but as a parent, it is your job to instil the importance of education. Not all education is boring. In fact, if the materials and learning resources are created with children in mind, it can be fun and intriguing. How2Become create revision guides with the hope to make learning more enjoyable. The fact that these books will often be used outside of the classroom, means that we must find a way to make children want to learn even when they are not at school. KS3 Practice Papers Within this guide, we have created two sets of practice papers. Each set consists of the following:
- 1 x Arithmetic paper;
- 1 x Non-Calculator paper;
- 1 x Calculator paper.
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Key Stage 3 Maths Is Easy – Practice Papers is a new revision tool for the current national curriculum.
With this guide comes great preparation for children aged 11-14. Packed full of practice questions, this guide will no doubt improve your child’s learning and ultimately increase their classroom learning.
This guide is packed full of detailed information, ample sample questions and top tips and advice regarding the Maths KS3 curriculum.
SAMPLE MATHS QUESTIONS
- Which two numbers have a difference of 66?
- Which three numbers can be added together to equal 90?
ANSWER TO QUESTION 2573
- If you rounded 573 to the nearest 10, you would get 570.
- All the other numbers rounded to the nearest 10 would be 580.
ANSWER TO QUESTION 3
c) TrueANSWER TO QUESTION 4 x = 5 and y = 1
- Eliminate y = 10x = 50
- x = 5
- (4 x 5) + 2y = 22
- 22 ) + (2 x 1) = 22
All it takes is a little bit of time and practice!
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