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2D Shapes
3D Shapes
Counting Forwards and Backwards
Counting in Fives
Counting in Tens
Counting in Twos
Counting on from a Given Number
Days of the Week
Division and Sharing
Finding Halves
Finding Quarters
First, Second, Third - Ordinal Numbers
Heavy or Light? - Problems of Mass and Weight
How Much in Total?
Longer or Shorter? - Problems of Length and Height
Missing Numbers
Months of the Year
More Than, Less Than
Most, Fewest and Least
Multiplication Using Arrays
Number Bonds to 20
Number Lines
Number Patterns
Odd or Even
One More, One Less
Picture Problems
Shapes in Real Life
Subtraction
Telling the Time
The Value of Money
Time: Hours, Minutes or Seconds
Time: Quickly or Slowly? - Practical Problems of Time
Weighing and Measuring - Mass and Weight
What Number Next? - Recognising and Extending Number Patterns
Which Direction? - Position Direction and Motion
Which Symbol Should We Use? - Addition, Subtraction and Equals Signs
Working Out Capacity
Adding and Subtracting One-Digit Numbers from Two-Digit Numbers
Addition and Subtraction Facts to 100
Addition and Subtraction Facts to 20
Calculate the Total - Adding Numbers
Check Multiplication with Division - Using Division Facts
Checking Calculations with Inverse Operations
Choosing the Right Units of Measurement
Compare and Sort Everyday Shapes
Comparing Categorical Data
Count up in Fractions
Counting in Threes
Data Handling
Describe 2D Shapes
Describe 3D Shapes
Different Coins, Same Total
Equivalent Fractions
Estimating Measurements - Choosing Appropriate Units
Fractions of Length
Fractions of Numbers
Fractions of Shapes
Giving Change - Problems on Addition and Subtraction of Money
How Heavy is it? - Using Standard Units to Measure Mass
How Long is it? - Using Standard Units to Measure Length and Height
How Much Money? - Recognising Pounds and Pence
How Much will it Hold? - Using Standard Units to Measure Capacity
Mental Methods for Division
Mental Methods for Multiplication
Money Problems
Money Values
More Odd or Even
Moving and Turning
Multiplication and Division Problems
Multiply in Any Order
Multiplying and Dividing by 10
Multiplying and Dividing by 2
Multiplying and Dividing by 5
Numbers on a Number Line - Counting on from any Given Number
Ordering Numbers up to 100
Partitioning Numbers
Patterns and Sequences
Place Value - Comparing Numbers
Place Value Problem Solving
Subtraction Problems
Telling the Time to 5 Minutes
The Language of Shapes
The Language of Subtraction
Time Problems - Telling the Time and Understanding its Units
Units of Time - Comparing and Sequencing Intervals of Time
Use Addition to Check Subtraction - Counting on from any Given Number
Using Facts to Solve Missing Number Problems
Using Symmetry - Properties of 2D Shapes
What Time Is It? - Telling the Time to the Quarter Hour
What Time Will It Be? - Number of Minutes in an Hour
What's the Temperature?
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## Learning KS1 Maths: Numbers and Solutions

(Fun KS1 Maths revision quizzes to teach students in Year 1 and Year 2)

Don't worry, we know maths can be a bit of a sore spot for some students. Mathematics is just so different to everything else they learn at school. It's no wonder sometimes they need a little extra encouragement. Worry not. We're on hand with over 100 Maths quizzes for KS1 students to enjoy.

Whether it's number lines, odd and even numbers or simply counting correctly, students can learn lots about maths in an easy and enjoyable learning environment.

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