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P7 English Revision

Group 1

Visit the website below to answer the questions for Exercise 1.1, 2.1, 3.1, 4.1 and 5.1. Use the answer sheet to record your answers.


Group 2

Visit https://www.spellingcity.com/MissMcDowall/ to practise the 50 words using the online games. Choose the P7 Spelling Test words, then play any free game.

Group 3

Complete the cloze procedure about The Picts. Use your knowledge about language to select an appropriate word. Once you have completed the text, check and check your answers! If you 100% sure you have the best possible answers, you may play the Spelling Snakes and Ladders game with a partner.



P7 Maths Homework – Revision 3

Please complete the following questions in your Maths Homework jotter for Monday 22nd May. Remember to write the date, title and show all of your working and write a sentence to show your final answer, where appropriate.

Please answer the questions below in your Maths Homework jotter. Remember to write the date, a title and show all of your working.

  1. Write in figures six thousand two hundred and four.
  2. Multiply seven by four.
  3. What is half of eight thousand five hundred?
  4. Subtract two point five from ten.
  5. How many millimetres are there in six and a half centimetres?
  6. What is four pounds sixty-four rounded to the nearest pound?
  7. Add together eighty-five and ninety-five.
  8. How many minutes are there in one and a quarter hours?
  9. What is the remainder when you divide forty-eight by five?
  10. What is double zero point six five?
  11. What is fifty-two multiplied by eight?
  12. Which number is a factor of both sixty and ninety: 15, 20, 25, 40, 45
  13. What is the difference between eight hundred and one hundred and seventy-nine?
  14. What is twenty percent of one thousand?
  15. How many vertices does a pentagonal-based pyramid have?
  16. Two cereal bars cost fifty-five pence altogether. How much will it cost to buy four cereal bars?
  17. Each side of a square is four and a half centimetres long. What is the perimeter of the square?
  18. Write the number between one hundred and ten and one hundred and twenty whose digits add up to six.
  19. What is three-eighths of fifty-six?
  20. What is one minus zero point zero zero one?

P7 Maths Homework – Revision 2

Please complete the following questions in your Maths Homework jotter for Friday 12th May. Remember to write the date, title and show all of your working and write a sentence to show your final answer, where appropriate.
1. Copy and complete the following calculations by using a + or a – 

2. Megan has 7 coins that make one pound. The coins are of only two different kinds. What are the coins? 

3. The numbers in this sequence increase by 10 each time. 3, 13, 23… The sequence continues in the same way. 

a) Write two numbers from the sequence that add to make a total of 96.

b) Explain why it is not possible to find three numbers from the sequence that add to make a total of 96.

4. Match each fraction to the correct decimal number. The first one has been done for you.

5. Here are four shapes on a square grid. Write the letters of all the shapes that have exactly two sides which are equal in length.

6. Calculate 332.18 minus 7.062

7. Copy and complete the following sentences by choosing one of the options:

a) The length of a banana is about… 2cm, 20cm, 2mm, 2m, 20m.

b) The mass of an apple is about… 2g, 20kg, 200kg, 200g, 2kg.

c) A glass of fruit juice is about… 2ml, 2l, 20ml, 200ml, 20l.

8. a) The number in A is twice the number in D.

The number is B is 5 less than the number in C.

The number in D is 10 more than the number in B.

b) Now use the same rule for this diagram.

9.  200 children went on holiday. 10% of the children went to Wales. 25% of the children went to Scotland. How many more children went to Scotland than went to Wales?

10. Amy did a survey of what time people get up on a Sunday morning. This table shows her results for 150 people.

a) How many people get up at 8am or later?

b) Amy says, “Two-thirds of the 150 people in the survey get up before 9am.” Is Amy correct? SHow your working to explain your answer.

11. Copy and complete the calculation to make it correct.

12. This graph shows how the temperature changed in Liam’s room one afternoon.

a) Estimate the temperature at 3.15pm.

b) Estimate the time when the temperature was highest.

c) How much did the temperature change from 2pm to 2.30pm? Give your answer to the nearest degree.

13. Alfie has two sticks. He puts them end to end.

Not actual size.

One stick is 10cm longer than the other stick. How long are the two sticks?

14. Megan and Chen are washing cars. Megan earns £39 and Chen gets £55. They share what they get equally between them. How much does each of them get?

15. Four children are in a race. Chen is two metres ahead of Alfie. Nina is 5 metres behind Megan. Alfie is three metres behind Megan. Write the names of the runners in order, starting with the child who is furthest ahead.

P7 Maths Homework – Revision 1

Please complete the following questions in your Maths Homework jotter for Friday 5th May. Remember to write the date, title and show all of your working and write a sentence to show your final answer, where appropriate.

  1. Add together six and sixty-six.
  2. What is half of seven pounds?
  3. Multiply ninety-one by two.
  4. Subtract nought point one from two.
  5. What is one-fifth of one thousand?
  6. Multiply eight by four, then add fifty.
  7. What is the next odd number after nine hundred and ninety-nine?
  8. Take away ninety-five from one hundred and ten.
  9. How many twos are there in four hundred and forty?
  10. The perimeter of a square is one metre. How many centimetres long is each side?
  11. Which percentage is equal to three-fifths.   20%   30%   40 %   50%    60%
  12. Imagine a square-based pyramid. How many vertices does it have?
  13. Two metres of wire cost ninety pence. How much will three and quarter metres of wire cost?
  14. How many grams are there in two point seven kilograms?
  15. Complete the following sum using the BIDMAS rules.  21 – 32 x (8 – 6)
  16. Add together nine, nineteen and twenty-nine.
  17. Oranges cost fifteen pence each. I buy four oranges. How much change do I get from a two pound coin?
  18. What is the product of six and nine?
  19. When a number is divided by seven, the answer is three remainder four. What is the number?
  20. Write the multiple of eight that is between one hundred and one hundred and ten.

P7 Literacy and Numeracy Revision

As we have discussed, you will be completing an online Literacy test and a Numeracy test in Term 4. It is completely up to you whether you revise for these tests. If you wish to, please use the links of the Blog to access websites to practise the topics and concepts you have been taught.

Mental Maths and Problem Solving

Numeracy Revision

Here is a list of the maths and numeracy topics you have learnt since Primary 5.

  1. Mental maths
  2. Rounding
  3. Square numbers – square numbers, square roots and triangular numbers
  4. Multiples, factors and primes
  5. Number patterns & sequences
  6. Place value – writing large numbers
  7. Fractions  – equivalent, ordering, fraction of a number
  8. Decimals – addition, subtraction, multiplication, division
  9. Percentages – out of 100 (%), equivalent fraction and decimal
  10. Negative numbers
  11. Money – pence, pound, four operations, word problems, credit and debit, currency
  12. Problem solving strategies
  13. The four operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division
  14. Algebra – 4x + 5, using letters to represent a value
  15. BIDMAS
  16. Measure: length, weight, area, volume
  17. Time – timetables, 12 and 24 hr clock, journeys
  18. Angles – acute (0-89°), right (90°), obtuse (91-179°), straight line (180°), reflex (181-359°), full turn/circle (360°), triangles (180°),
  19. Symmetry – lines of symmetry
  20. 2D shape – names, properties, edges, vertices,  internal angles
  21. 3D shape – names, properties, edges, vertices, faces,  nets
  22. Handling data – questionnaires, bar graphs, line graphs, pie charts, range, median, mode, mean, tally charts, surveys
  23. Probability – impossible 0%, unlikely 25%, even chance 50%, likely 75%, certain 100%.

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Maths Dictionary

Word Problems
Word Problems – Year 5 & 6 


3D Shape

Square Numbers and Square Roots

Literacy Revision

Here is a list of possible literacy concepts you might be asked about and websites you could use to practise these:

Types of Sentences

A simple sentence consists of one clause that has a subject and a verb. A simple sentence puts across one idea. The owl hooted.

Compound sentences contain two or more pieces of information and the pieces are linked by a connectives. The owl hooted then flew away.

A complex sentence puts across more detailed ideas. It contains one main clause that can make sense on its own and one or more minor clauses that are linked to it. The hungry owl hooted loudly then flew away as it spotted its next meal.