How To Do KS2 Maths SATs
Type Questions
(Paper B – Calculator Allowed)
Percentages 1: Shading In
A Percentage Of A Shape
F...
In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to shade in a
percentage of a shape:
For example shade in 20% of this grid:
For example shade in 20% of this grid:

First count the number of squares.
For example shade in 20% of this grid:

First count the number of squares. There are 30 in this example.
For example shade in 20% of this grid:

First count the number of squares. There are 30 in this example.
You therefore nee...
For example shade in 20% of this grid:

First count the number of squares. There are 30 in this example.
You therefore nee...
For example shade in 20% of this grid:

First count the number of squares. There are 30 in this example.
You therefore nee...
For example shade in 20% of this grid:

First count the number of squares. There are 30 in this example.
You therefore nee...
For example shade in 20% of this grid:

First count the number of squares. There are 30 in this example.
You therefore nee...
For example shade in 20% of this grid:

First count the number of squares. There are 30 in this example.
You therefore nee...
Another example would be, shade in 25% of this grid:
Another example would be, shade in 25% of this grid:

First count the number of squares.
Another example would be, shade in 25% of this grid:

First count the number of squares. There are 24 in this example.
Another example would be, shade in 25% of this grid:

First count the number of squares. There are 24 in this example.
You...
Another example would be, shade in 25% of this grid:

First count the number of squares. There are 24 in this example.
You...
Another example would be, shade in 25% of this grid:

First count the number of squares. There are 24 in this example.
You...
Another example would be, shade in 25% of this grid:

First count the number of squares. There are 24 in this example.
You...
Another example would be, shade in 25% of this grid:

First count the number of squares. There are 24 in this example.
You...
Another example would be, shade in 25% of this grid:

First count the number of squares. There are 24 in this example.
You...
Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to
reveal the answer:
1)

Shade in 10% of this grid:
Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to
reveal the answer:
1)

Shade in 10% of this grid:

10% o...
Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to
reveal the answer:
1)

Shade in 10% of this grid:

10% o...
Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to
reveal the answer:
2)

Shade in 50% of this grid:
Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to
reveal the answer:
2)

Shade in 50% of this grid:

50% o...
Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to
reveal the answer:
2)

Shade in 50% of this grid:

50% o...
Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to
reveal the answer:
3)

Shade in 30% of this grid:
Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to
reveal the answer:
3)

Shade in 30% of this grid:

30% o...
Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to
reveal the answer:
3)

Shade in 30% of this grid:

30% o...
Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to
reveal the answer:
4)

Shade in 75% of this grid:
Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to
reveal the answer:
4)

Shade in 75% of this grid:

75% o...
Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to
reveal the answer:
4)

Shade in 75% of this grid:

75% o...
Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to
reveal the answer:
5) Shade in 90% of this grid:
Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to
reveal the answer:
5) Shade in 90% of this grid:

90% of...
Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to
reveal the answer:
5) Shade in 90% of this grid:

90% of...
That’s it for now......
for more help with your maths,
try my book:
mastering multiplication tables
on amazon.com
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How To Do KS2 Maths SATs Paper B Percentage Questions (Part 1)

  1. 1. How To Do KS2 Maths SATs Type Questions (Paper B – Calculator Allowed) Percentages 1: Shading In A Percentage Of A Shape For more maths help & free games related to this, visit: www.makemymathsbetter.com
  2. 2. In a SATs Paper B you might be asked to shade in a percentage of a shape:
  3. 3. For example shade in 20% of this grid:
  4. 4. For example shade in 20% of this grid: First count the number of squares.
  5. 5. For example shade in 20% of this grid: First count the number of squares. There are 30 in this example.
  6. 6. For example shade in 20% of this grid: First count the number of squares. There are 30 in this example. You therefore need to find 20% of 30
  7. 7. For example shade in 20% of this grid: First count the number of squares. There are 30 in this example. You therefore need to find 20% of 30 To find 20% of 30, you need to remember that 20% is equivalent to 1/5
  8. 8. For example shade in 20% of this grid: First count the number of squares. There are 30 in this example. You therefore need to find 20% of 30 To find 20% of 30, you need to remember that 20% is equivalent to 1/5 So 20% of 30 = 1/5 of 30
  9. 9. For example shade in 20% of this grid: First count the number of squares. There are 30 in this example. You therefore need to find 20% of 30 To find 20% of 30, you need to remember that 20% is equivalent to 1/5 So 20% of 30 = 1/5 of 30 = 6
  10. 10. For example shade in 20% of this grid: First count the number of squares. There are 30 in this example. You therefore need to find 20% of 30 To find 20% of 30, you need to remember that 20% is equivalent to 1/5 So 20% of 30 = 1/5 of 30 = 6 Therefore you need to shade in 6 of the squares.
  11. 11. For example shade in 20% of this grid: First count the number of squares. There are 30 in this example. You therefore need to find 20% of 30 To find 20% of 30, you need to remember that 20% is equivalent to 1/5 So 20% of 30 = 1/5 of 30 = 6 Therefore you need to shade in 6 of the squares.
  12. 12. Another example would be, shade in 25% of this grid:
  13. 13. Another example would be, shade in 25% of this grid: First count the number of squares.
  14. 14. Another example would be, shade in 25% of this grid: First count the number of squares. There are 24 in this example.
  15. 15. Another example would be, shade in 25% of this grid: First count the number of squares. There are 24 in this example. You therefore need to find 25% of 24
  16. 16. Another example would be, shade in 25% of this grid: First count the number of squares. There are 24 in this example. You therefore need to find 25% of 24 To find 25% of 24, you need to remember that 25% is equivalent to 1/4
  17. 17. Another example would be, shade in 25% of this grid: First count the number of squares. There are 24 in this example. You therefore need to find 25% of 24 To find 25% of 24, you need to remember that 25% is equivalent to 1/4 So 25% of 24 = 1/4 of 24
  18. 18. Another example would be, shade in 25% of this grid: First count the number of squares. There are 24 in this example. You therefore need to find 25% of 24 To find 25% of 24, you need to remember that 25% is equivalent to 1/4 So 25% of 24 = 1/4 of 24 = 6
  19. 19. Another example would be, shade in 25% of this grid: First count the number of squares. There are 24 in this example. You therefore need to find 25% of 24 To find 25% of 24, you need to remember that 25% is equivalent to 1/4 So 25% of 24 = 1/4 of 24 = 6 Therefore you need to shade in 6 of the squares.
  20. 20. Another example would be, shade in 25% of this grid: First count the number of squares. There are 24 in this example. You therefore need to find 25% of 24 To find 25% of 24, you need to remember that 25% is equivalent to 1/4 So 25% of 24 = 1/4 of 24 = 6 Therefore you need to shade in 6 of the squares.
  21. 21. Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to reveal the answer: 1) Shade in 10% of this grid:
  22. 22. Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to reveal the answer: 1) Shade in 10% of this grid: 10% of 30 = 3
  23. 23. Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to reveal the answer: 1) Shade in 10% of this grid: 10% of 30 = 3
  24. 24. Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to reveal the answer: 2) Shade in 50% of this grid:
  25. 25. Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to reveal the answer: 2) Shade in 50% of this grid: 50% of 36 = 18
  26. 26. Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to reveal the answer: 2) Shade in 50% of this grid: 50% of 36 = 18
  27. 27. Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to reveal the answer: 3) Shade in 30% of this grid:
  28. 28. Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to reveal the answer: 3) Shade in 30% of this grid: 30% of 30 = 9
  29. 29. Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to reveal the answer: 3) Shade in 30% of this grid: 30% of 30 = 9
  30. 30. Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to reveal the answer: 4) Shade in 75% of this grid:
  31. 31. Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to reveal the answer: 4) Shade in 75% of this grid: 75% of 20 = 15
  32. 32. Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to reveal the answer: 4) Shade in 75% of this grid: 75% of 20 = 15
  33. 33. Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to reveal the answer: 5) Shade in 90% of this grid:
  34. 34. Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to reveal the answer: 5) Shade in 90% of this grid: 90% of 40 = 36
  35. 35. Now, try some by yourself to see if you have understood. Click to reveal the answer: 5) Shade in 90% of this grid: 90% of 40 = 36
  36. 36. That’s it for now...... for more help with your maths, try my book: mastering multiplication tables on amazon.com

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