Year 5 Maths worksheets
Free worksheets: Weights and measurements, KS2, Y5
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To find the perimeter of a shape you must add up the lengths of each of the sides. Can your child calculate the perimeters of these common shapes?
Volume is the amount of 3D space that an object occupies. Volume can be measured in cubes. Calculate the number of cubes in each shape to work out the volume.
The goal behind this classic strategic game is to try and sink your opponent’s battleships. Each player tries to hide their ships on the grid and avoid being ‘hit’ by the other player’s ‘shots’. A player is given two grids, one to put their own ships on and one to mark their guesses and whether or not their shots succeeded.
A multiplication number square will help your child spot number patterns and begin to learn their multiplication tables and square numbers. Download TheSchoolRun's free, colour-coded multiplication tables to help them practise their multiplication facts and times tables at home.
Find out what your child will learn in Year 5 English, maths and science, try out a few learning activities and read our top tips about how to support their learning and development in our free, downloadable Year 5 Taster Pack.
Boost your child's confidence with maths and help them build on their knowledge with TheSchoolRun's Year 5 Maths Mastery Workbook. Practice activities will help them consolidate their skills using the concrete-pictorial-abstract approach to numeracy used in maths mastery lessons.
Remember, when rounding numbers you need to look at the column of the number you are rounding to, to see if the digit is 5, smaller than 5 or larger than 5. Can you round these numbers to the nearest 100,000?
In Year 5 maths you will be working with very large numbers. This activity asks you to round numbers up to 1 million (1,000,000). You are rounding to the nearest 10,000.
What’s so confusing about adding negative numbers? The fact that it doesn’t follow the rules of adding positive numbers! When you add negative numbers you are actually subtracting them. Here are some tips to help you understand and visualise this. Can you answer these sums now?
Get your child's maths brain fired up with puzzles, challenges and activities for Year 5 mathematicians.
Get ready for some egg-y, chocolate-y, Easter-y fun! The KS2 Easter activities pack has plenty of themed maths, English and science learning opportunities to keep kids busy and learning over the spring break.
Use these free Roman numerals dice (six-sided and ten-sided) to help your child learn to recognise Roman numerals and practise using them in games.
With Christmas lists to write, present-delivery schedules to work out, Grotto problems to solve and light and dark experiments to try this bumper pack of festive learning activities will keep your child engaged over the Christmas break.
Use your knowledge of time to solve these word problems. For an extra challenge, work against the clock and aim to finish as quickly as possible!
Can you place these decimals in the correct place on the number line?
Once you can find 5%, 10%, 50% and 75% of a quantity you can move on to finding the value of harder percentages! Use this method to work out the answers to these tricky percentage questions.
Can you draw a shape that has four sides and two parallel lines? What about a pentagon? What about a shape with two or more right angles?
Look at this bar chart, which shows the number of portions of fruit and vegetables eaten by children in Year 5 in one day, and see if you can answer the questions below.
Are you ready to unleash your maths superpowers? Our number tricks will help you develop X-Ray vision, read minds, memorise hundreds of numbers and more. Add, subtract, multiply, divide and... abracadabra!
Cut out the following numbers and put them face up on a table. Now ask an adult to read out the questions below. Every time you think you’ve found the correct number, turn it over so it is face down.
Read each of these numbers, then write the number in digits in the place value grid. Don’t forget to include a comma in the correct place!
The blue cards show numbers written in digits; the orange cards show the same numbers in words. Can you match them up?