Year 5 Maths worksheets by School Year
Can you solve these weight problems? To help you, you might need to change kg into g.
You can use a calculator for these two-step problems. What calculations will you need to do? Think hard about what numbers you need to key in and what you will need to write down as you go along.
Cut out these fraction cards. Can you work out where they should go on the number line below?
To help you with these length calculations, change metres into centimetres and trying drawing the answers.
What numbers need to go in these stars so that the number sentences are correct? Think of any number to put in the gap. For example, if you put 3 in the first number sentence, you then need to multiply 3 by 10 and then multiply 3 by 8. You need to add these two numbers together. If this does not make the total given, you need to adjust the number up or down until you get that answer.
Can you answer these capacity problem challenges? There are four for you to tackle. You can change the amounts to ml. and draw pictures where it helps.
Do you know your hexagons from your heptagons, your pentagonal pyramids from your octagonal prisms? From 2D shapes to angles and symmetry our seventy-page Primary Geometry: shape and space learning pack covers all aspects of the national curriculum (Shape and Space) and will ensure your child can use a protractor, translate a shape and look for a mirror line. Challenge them to a game of 3D shape dominoes, make a right-angle measurer and get started!
Can you work out these weight word problems? Remember that there are 1000 grams in a kilogram...
This Venn diagram has been filled in but there are no rules at the top. What do you think the rules could be?
Can you read measurements in grams and kilograms? Let's find out.
Use this metre ruler to measure in centimetres and metres.
Do you know your litres from your millilitres? Test yourself with these questions.
Can you work out these word problems? Remember that there are 100 centimetres in one metre. There are 1000 metres in one kilometre.
Here are some tricky problems that involve capacity. You can fill a measuring jug with water to help you work them out.
Make times tables revision easy by downloading our 90-page practice book. It covers all the tables from 2 to 12 and offers quizzes, speed challenges and more to help your child master this vital area of primary maths. Practice makes perfect!
Do you dread decimals? Don't! Our Decimals made simple learning pack aims to take you through every aspect of primary-school decimal learning, from using decimal notation in money and measurements to converting fractions to decimals and rounding decimals to the nearest whole number. As well as a year-by-year guide to what your child learns you'll be able to complete 35 worksheets with your child to help them put their decimals knowledge into practice. And why not end a study session with a quick decimal game? Use the number spinner provided to try your hand at making the biggest (or smallest) decimal number, or speed-racing some decimal multiplication or division.
Practice makes perfect! The timed questions in this mental maths test will help your child improve their ability to make quick and accurate calculations - an ideal way to prepare for SATs.
For primary school students, mental maths is more than being able to work out sums in their head without writing anything down. It's an important skill that incorporates all of the maths concepts they learn, and that they'll be tested on throughout the primary-school years. Help your child gain confidence and accuracy in mental maths with tests targeted at their year group, plus a comprehensive guide for parents on what mental maths is all about.
Need some fun strategies to help your child's times tables stick? Our Times Tables Funpack offers puzzles and games galore. There are fairground ducks to hook, safe codes to decipher, dominoes to play with and more. Your child will be so busy puzzle-solving, they won't even realise they're putting their tables into practice.