KEY STAGE 2: Maths Is Easy – Fractions, Decimals And Percentages
A unique revision guide to aid any child between the ages of 7 and 11 with their SATS Maths exams. Packed full of advice, question breakdowns, and sample practice questions, this fun and easy guide allows your child to build their knowledge and understanding regarding any mathematical question in relation to fractions, decimals and percentages. Written in conjunction with math teachers, this is the ultimate KS2 revision resource.
Key Stage 2: Maths Is Easy – Fractions, Decimals And Percentages
Aged between 7 and 11, your child will undergo numerous SATS exams throughout each school year. It is important that your child is equipped with the right tools and practice to help them prepare for their exams to the best of their ability. Here at How2become, we have done our utmost to ensure your child with a guide packed full of sample questions, detailed explanations and lots of sample questions to better prepare for their Maths SATS exams.
This Key Stage 2 guide focuses specifically on your child's ability to understand questions in relation to fractions, decimals and percentages. The questions in this revision guide have been carefully created with the sole intention of providing similar questions to that of the real test. Whilst we cannot provide the EXACT questions, the questions contained within this guide WILL guarantee to improve your child's level of intelligence by allowing them to practice the SAME set of skills and knowledge required for the actual assessment.
This revision guide has been carefully formatted in order to make it easy to follow, and give your child the best possible chance of scoring highly on their SATS exam.
Maths With A Twist
Not only does this guide provide lots of sample questions for your child to work through, but we have made sure that we created a guide that is compelling to children.
Within this guide, your child will find fun loving superhero characters to help them with their learning.
Preston will FLY in when he feels that your child should really be paying attention. Preston provides some GREAT advice and examples that will help your child understand the types of questions they will have to answer.
Preston has split the guide into short chapters, each focusing on a different element. Here is how the guide will be laid out:
|Understanding Fractions||Fractions of Shapes||Simplifying and Equivalent Fractions|
|Adding and Subtracting Fractions||Multiplying and Dividing Fractions||Understanding Decimals|
|Adding and Subtracting Decimals||Multiplying and Dividing Decimals||Understanding Percentages|
|Fractions into Decimals into Percentages||Mock Test|
Example Questions And Answers
What fraction of the shape is shaded?
Shade in 1⁄3 of the shape.
Question 1 = 7⁄13
Question 2 =
Equivalent = 'the same as'.
So, equivalent fractions look different, but are actually representing the same thing.
As in the previous examples of simplifying, you are looking for a new way to write a fraction in order to make it easier to understand.
As you can see, the below fraction bars demonstrate the same amount being shaded in, but they are just written in a different way. Obviously 1⁄2 is easier to understand than 5⁄10, but they do mean the same!
Below there are 10 cards. Each card has a fraction on it. Match the boxes from the top row to the bottom row that have the same value. The first one has been done for you.
Question 1 =
Like fractions, decimals are another way of writing a number that is not whole. A decimal is in fact 'in-between numbers'.
USING PLACE VALUES
In order to work out what the decimal is representing, you should use place values. These include: units, tenths, hundredths and thousandths.
• Using the above example of 6.48, let's place these under the subheadings.
Below is a number line. Write the missing numbers in the boxes provided.
Put these decimals in order from smallest to biggest.
Question 1 = 27.2, 28.3, 28.9
EXPLANATION = the lines in between each whole number represents point 1.
Question 2= 0.02, 0.05, 0.2, 0.215
EXPLANATION = from smallest to biggest, you need to pay attention to the units, tenths, hundredths and thousandths.
Emma earns £300 in two weeks. She spends 30% of her earnings on clothes for her upcoming holiday. How much did Emma spend?
Shade in 20% of this shape.
Question 1 = £90
EXPLANATION = £300 ÷ 100 x 30 = £90
The Guide For KIDS!
Key Stage 2 Maths Is Easy – Fractions, Decimals and Percentages is the IDEAL guide for any child who wishes to improve their knowledge for their Maths SATS exams.
The vast array of questions in this guide will guarantee your child to feel more confident when it comes to fraction, decimal and percentage questions, and no doubt will improve their scores by practising with our ULTIMATE REVISION GUIDE!
No maths question is too difficult; all it takes is a little bit of time and practice! Achieve 100%!
Key Stage 2 Fractions, Decimals And Percentages – Guide Contents
Written and created by the UK's leading recruitment experts; this comprehensive revision guide includes:
- A breakdown of Maths – this revision book focuses specifically on any question relating to fractions, decimals or percentages.
- Detailed example questions – this guide contains detailed example questions which show you the different types of questions you can expect, a step-by-step account on how to answer them, the easiest ways to answer them, and top tips to consider when faced with these types of questions.
- Fun loving characters – our Key Stage 2 guides introduce our superhero characters which are used to make maths more interactive and demonstrate when important tips are being given.
- Detailed answers and explanations – not only do we provide lots of sample questions, but we also provide detailed answers and explanations to ensure you know how to reach the correct answers.
- Interaction – this revision guide continuously gets your child's mind working in different ways to understand the basics of any fraction, decimal or percentage question. There is lots of space for children to write their answers and fill in their booklet!
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