Past SATs papers are ideal to help children prepare for their SATs tests. Why? Because it's important to be familiar with SATs questions before facing a real SATs paper.
Here you will find all SATs past papers for free SATs practice. We have organised every SATs paper to make it easier for you to find the past SATs papers you want. Every file is carefully named so you can quickly download plenty of SATs past papers.
At timestables.co.uk you can easily practise all of your tables. The arithmetic problems are clear and simple so you can immediately get started on practicing your tables. Select one of the times tables you wish to practise from the list below and show what you can do on the speed test or print out great worksheets.
Literacy Boot Camp is a series of activities to aid year 6 SATs. It can be carried out in class with your teacher, or on your own at home.
SPaG Wiz Sheets is a revision tool that creates "Wiz Sheets" to help children prepare for their Year 6 SATs test. It's the biggest online resource for the Year 6 SPaG short answer question paper, containing over 1,000 questions covering levels 3-5 and 6, and is perfect for year 6 teachers and parents of year 6 children.
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Year 6 SATs
SPaG Boot Camp consists of 25 days of Spelling tests and 5 Punctuation & Grammar Practice papers, in line with the new format of the year 6 SATs SPaG test. Boot Camp can be carried out in class with your teacher, or on your own at home.
 
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Maths Boot Camp is a series of activities to aid year 6 SATs - by the end of Boot Camp, all past Maths SATs papers will have been completed. It can be carried out in class with your teacher, or on your own at home
Conker KIRFs - KIRFs (Key Instant Recall Facts) are designed to support the development of the mental skills that underpin much of the maths work in schools. They are particularly useful when calculating, be it adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing.
 
Scratch can be downloaded FREE from http://scratch.mit.edu/

How to make a game called 'Crustacean Storm'

Espresso is crammed full of information, videos, children's newspaper articles, book reviews etc. Espresso is updated weekly and also has interactive parts e.g. children can submit their own book reviews and will receive certificates if they are successful.
Free educational kids computer games and activities for elementary students to learn on the web. All children's educational computer activities were created or approved by certified school teachers. All educational games are free and are modelled from primary grade lessons and enhanced to provide an interactive way for children to learn.
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Sumdog

Games that make learning fun.

Lexia Reading Core 5

 

 

Fast Typer 2

Improve your typing skills, type as many words as you can
before the time runs out!


Type Fast

A set of 3 games, which can help you to train fast typing.


Dragon Dash

Design your own custom dragon, then use programming
to guide it through fun puzzles on its quest for treasure and coins!
You'll have to navigate through complex castles, find power-ups,
and conquer knights to get all the treasure.


Lost in Space


Puppy Adventure

Pixel the puppy is lost! Use code to help Pixel get home
by following the path and avoiding obstacles
.


"Scratch" Cards

Interactive Whirl Follow the Mouse
 

Blockly Games


Code Monkey

A fun coding game that your child may enjoy is 'Code Monkey'.
It takes them through some simple programming steps
and the first 30 levels are free.
You and/or your child should have a go, it is very rewarding
when you complete a challenge


Design an Interactive Christmas Card


Pivot Animator

Create your own animations.


Scratch Starter Projects

Try out these starter projects from the Scratch Team.
Look inside to make changes and add your ideas.


Free "Scratch" Download

Available from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Unit the Robot

Control Unit the Robot.


Code Studio
Continuing our series on 'Learning to Code' the
coding course suggested for this month is 'Play Lab'.
It is a 10 step course to use coding to create
a story or a game .


Code Studio
 The coding course is Disney Infinity Play Lab.
It is a 10 step course to use coding to create a story
or a game starring Disney Infinity characters.


Code Studio
Creating artwork/drawing.


Code Studio


Code Studio
Frozen Puzzle


Code Studio
Make your own Flappy Bird game.


Code.org
Enables children to program BB-8 from the new Star Wars film.


Please ignore the "loading"' message and
click on 'play' to access Lightbot.



 

 

Keyboard - Practise Typing Skills

A fun way to familiarise yourself with the keyboard!.


Candy Quest

Design your own candy troll character and go on a multi-level
quest for candy to eventually help your character find its way home.
You'll solve coding puzzles to navigate your character through the human
world, while avoiding obstacles and collecting gumdrops and mints.


Monster High

This allows you to use code for either a scavenger hunt
 or a dance party at Monster High School!


Puppy Adventure

Pixel the puppy is lost! Use code to help Pixel get home
 by following the path and avoiding obstacles.


Kodable


Create your own animations.


Help with "dragging and dropping"


Beginning to code where a simple program
 is made to move an angry bird


A series of challenges to 'de-bug' programs.