Practise year 6 division

With Practise Maths, you get to practise Year 6 division at your own pace. The maths exercises come in sets of 15 questions. Now, if you manage to crack 13 out of those 15 questions, guess what? Your time gets displayed too. It's like a race against the clock to see how quick and clever you are with your sums! And here's the kicker: if you redo the exercise and beat your previous time, a green bar pops up, showing you've improved! That's how you boost your math fluency and become a speedy maths whiz. And don't sweat it if you're not thrilled with your score – you can always restart the exercise and aim for the stars!

Division tables 1 to 12

Now, let's talk Division Tables from 1 to 12. With Practise Maths, you can tackle all the division tables from 1 to 12. You can even mix things up! Fancy practicing all the odd tables like 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11? You got it!

But wait, there's more fun to be had! Alongside the maths exercises, you can dive into some maths games too. Blast UFOs out of the sky while practising your tables or bounce your way to the top in the game Bounce. After each game, you'll see your high score, ready to compare with your pals. And if you're not satisfied with your score, hey, no worries – give it another shot and aim for greatness!

How does Practise Maths work?

Now, how does this all work? Practise Maths was crafted based on the practises of Dutch primary school education with one goal in mind: to make maths exercises not just accessible but also enjoyable for students like you. On Practise Maths, you can practise at your own pace, focusing on improving your math fluency. The best part? It's all completely free! So you can sharpen your math skills whenever suits you best.

Long division year 6

Now, let's talk Long Division Year 6. At Practise Maths, you'll master those tricky long division questions. With the help of fun games, you'll tackle these challenges and become a long division champ!

Curriculum

In Year 6, you're expected to tackle larger numbers using written methods, including long division. This means:

  • Dividing numbers with four digits by numbers with two digits using long division
  • Multi-step problems using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, picking the methods that work best for you.

By practising Year 6 division on Practise Maths, you'll be well-prepped for the Year 6 SATs. With exercises and fun maths games, you'll sharpen your skills and conquer those division challenges!