Year 5 Maths worksheets
These money amounts are written in pounds. Can you rewrite them as pence?
Help your child understand decimal placement by rewriting these pence amounts as pounds.
Have your child rewrite these amounts from pence to pounds.
Feeling confident about all aspects of money is a fundamental life skill, and it’s all about applying mathematical knowledge to pounds and pence. From simple addition and subtraction to division, multiplication and decimal calculations, help your child practise their money maths with games, activities and worksheets, as well as teachers’ tips to support financial learning at home. But beware – you might have play shops (a lot!), as well as rewarding calculator challenges with pocket money bonuses!
In this worksheet, your child can decide which operations they'll need to solve these money word problems.
Have your child add up different items they need for a party from the price list on this worksheet.
It's your birthday! You want to have a party, but how much will it all cost? Work out the sums from the price list on the worksheet.
Have your child work out how much individual items cost from the bulk rate given on the worksheet.
Help your child improve their division skills by solving the money word problems on this worksheet. Can they come up with two more of their own?
Are 4/5 and 8/10 equivalent? How about 1/3 and 2/4? Revise the method used to find out and practise calculations with this equivalent fractions worksheet.
This activity encourages your child to measure your kitchen at home and then calculate its perimeter and area.
Encourage your child to revise their knowledge of the chunking method by designing a poster to explain it. Can they think of some examples to illustrate this technique?
This worksheet gives children an opportunity to practise multiplying various numbers (including decimals) by 100.
This worksheet sets out the relationship between multiplication and division.
This worksheet clearly sets out the grid method, which is a simple way to multiply a two-digit number by another two-digit number.
This worksheet gives your child lots of examples of numbers to multiply by 10, including decimals.
This worksheet encourages children to think about how many 10p coins and 1p coins make up the given amounts.
On this sheet, children can cut out sweets labelled with negative and positive numbers and then put them in order. There is also a blank template for them to make their own activity.
Use this worksheet to help your child practise positive and negative numbers on a horizontal and vertical number line.