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If you’re a teacher searching for a quick and easy way to compile question sets for your KS2 classroom, the LbQ generator is just the tool. And the best thing? It’s FREE and always will be.

In a few simple steps and in a matter of minutes, you can compile a question set on any one of dozens of maths and SPAG topics.

Just select how many questions you want and how many levels of difficulty, and then choose whether to customise the numeric values to make your questions easier or more difficult for students; in this way you can create millions of unique questions and combinations.

One click of a button later, you’ll have a Question Set ready to print off as a worksheet, or run on ActivExpression handsets via ActivInspire.

If you have any questions or would like us to get in touch with you, please send us your details.

Learning by Questions
Bowland House
Philips Road
Whitebirk Industrial Estate
Blackburn
BB1 5NA

Tel: +44 (0)1254 688060
Email: info@lbq.org

Learning by Questions improves education with a pedagogy based on timely feedback and intervention. Our Question Sets result in better learning when used in class for just ten minutes a day.

Students answer questions at their own pace. Wrong answers are always followed by instant feedback. This is constructive in nature and formulated to develop understanding and guide learning. When they answer correctly, students are moved to more challenging questions.

Teachers get immediate insight into where they need to intervene, and feedback and intervention happen in the moment when the impact on learning and progress is greatest.

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If you have any questions or would like us to get in touch with you, please send us your details.

Learning by Questions
Bowland House,
Phillips Road,
Blackburn,
BB1 5NA

Tel: +44 (0)1254 688060
Email: info@lbq.org

Contact us

Learning by Questions improves education with a pedagogy based on timely feedback and intervention. Our Question Sets result in better learning when used in class for just ten minutes a day.

Students answer questions at their own pace. Wrong answers are always followed by instant feedback. This is constructive in nature and formulated to develop understanding and guide learning. When they answer correctly, students are moved to more challenging questions.

Teachers get immediate insight into where they need to intervene, and feedback and intervention happen in the moment when the impact on learning and progress is greatest.

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