Our dd will be sitting the exam in 2015 too. I will diy her as I did ds, dd is more keen than ds ever was as she sees all the oppotunities that he has in doing so many different things.
At the moment we are just making sure all her basic maths knowledge is upto scratch, I get her to do crosswords, it helps with her thinking for the not so obvious words. She also likes playing sudoku which I've read on here somewhere that it helps with logical thinking. I think after the summer break we will start calling it 11+ prep for now it's just who can finish puzzles quicker dd or DH/ds (ds is in yr 7, he knows to let her win occasionally as to not know her confidence completely
We have also bought the 10 minute tests in maths 9-10, which she does when she wants. Lots of visits to the library. Dd has a book she reads at bedtime and 1 we read together and we discuss and analyse as we read.
So far fairly easy, just waiting for when the head banging and tantrums kick in