Year 5 Maths worksheets by School Year
To round a number to the nearest whole number, look at the number after the decimal point. If it is less than 5, you round down. If it is more than 5, you round up. No matter how many numbers are after the decimal point, to round to the nearest whole number you need look only at the first digit after the decimal point. Now see if you can round each of these numbers to the nearest whole number.
Read these word problems and see if you can answer them – you'll need to use your fractions skills.
See if you can find the parallel and perpendicular lines and right angles in this bird’s eye view of a football pitch.
Can you multiply and divide these numbers? Get ready, set...
By the time they enter Y5 children should be very confident in all times tables. They should also know their division facts for each times table (if 6 x 3 = 18 then 18 ÷ 6 = 3). Use these mental maths questions to test your child.
Written by a primary-school teacher to mirror the optional SATs papers used in schools prior to 2015 to assess pupils' progress at the end of the school year, this is a Year 5 maths mock optional SATs paper. TheSchoolRun optional SATs practice papers are exclusively available to subscribers.
A Year 5 maths 'mock' optional SATs paper, written by a primary-school teacher to mirror the old optional SATs papers used in schools prior to 2016 to assess pupils' progress at the end of the school year. TheSchoolRun optional SATs practice papers are exclusively available to subscribers.
Help your child visualise which fractions are equivalent to 1, and how fractions are related to each other with an equivalency wall, free to download.
Can you match up all the equivalent fractions? You’ll need to reduce them to their simplest form.
Can you find the common factors shared by these pairs of numbers?
Can you identify the common factors for these pairs of numbers?
Can you find the lowest common factor (other than 1) shared by these pairs of numbers?
Can you find the highest common factor shared by these pairs of numbers?
What common factors do these sets of numbers have and how fast can you identify them all? On your marks, get set...
Use a blank hundred square to explain decimals to KS2 children, as well as showing the equivalence between fractions, decimals and percentages.
The words in this puzzle all correspond to a number. Take the letters in the grid and do the maths to decipher the new word. The two words will be synonyms (they have the same meaning). If the letter in the new word is the same as the letter in the first word, there will be no maths to do.
Can you solve the times tables trail? Starting with the bottom numbers, draw lines to the multiples of that number to reach the gifts.
Can you draw the next shape in each sequence?
Pinky the alien will only tell the time when all the numbers are prime numbers. Can you work out what time he will wait for before he tells the following times?