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# Order of Operations KS2 Arithmetic Test Practice

National Curriculum Objectives
Mathematics Year 6: (6C9) Use their knowledge of the order of operations to carry out calculations involving the four operations

Differentiation:

Beginner Calculations involve two operations. All answers are positive integers. Aimed at Year 6 Emerging.

Easy Calculations involve two or three operations. Answers can be positive or negative integers. Aimed at Year 6 Developing.

Tricky Calculations involve three or four operations, including more than 1 operation within a set of brackets. Some use of indices. Answers can be positive or negative integers. Aimed at Year 6 Secure.

Expert Any amount of operations, including regular use of brackets and indices. Some calculations involve decimals. Answers can be positive or negative integers and decimals. Aimed at Year 6 Mastery.

Order of Operations - Beginner (Worksheet) Order of Operations - Easy (Worksheet) Order of Operations - Tricky (Worksheet)  