Year 5 Maths worksheets
The same mathematical quantities can be represented as fractions or decimals. Can you match these decimal cards with their equivalent fractions?
Look at the measurements in the left-hand column. Can you convert them into the units of measurement given in the right-hand column?
Do you know how to do short division? Here's a quick method to try...
You’ll be working on mathematics questions that use letters in place of numbers in this worksheet. Complete these sum below and give your answers as a number or letter.
Are you ready to practise all your times tables? Ask someone to time you with a stopwatch and try to finish in 4 minutes or less!
Can you fill in the coordinates of space objects on the grid?
No protractor or ruler in the house? Don't panic about completing the homework, just download our printable protractor and rulers.
Can you solve these timetable word problems?
Use these Year 5 maths optional SATs papers from 2006, free to download, to help your child revise their numerical knowledge at the end of Y5 and identify areas they need extra support with.
Cut out these events and stick them where you think they should go on the probability scale. Remember, the probability scale starts at 0 and ends at 1, so you’ll need to be good with your decimals!
You are going to go piranha fishing in The Amazon using piranha cages! But there is a likelihood of river rapids, so you'll have to decide whether to put your piranha cages shallow or deep...
When you flip a coin, there is an even chance that you will get either a head or a tail. This means that the chance of getting either is equally likely. Does the starting position of the coin affect the probability? Let’s find out!
Pirate Pete needs your help (and maths skills!) get get his ship back! Are you ready to hunt for treasure? Designed to help children practise common KS2 data handling skills, our statistics learning pack is bursting with Venn diagrams, pie charts, pictograms and line graphs to interpret and construct. All aboard the pirate ship!
This line graph shows how much baby Jack weighed throughout his first year. Can you answer the following questions?
You'll need to convert between seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks and years to answer these tricky questions!
Can you round up these numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000, 10,000, 100,000 or 1,000,000?
For each of the following shapes, say whether they are regular or irregular and name the shape. The first one has been done for you. You may want to use a ruler and protractor to check the sides and angles
When multiplying fractions with a whole number, you multiply the numerator by the whole number while the denominator stays the same. See if you can work out these sums using this method.
How good are you at addition, subtraction, division and multiplication? Let's find out...
Can you work out the following in your head?