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## Year 5 Maths Worksheets UK Hub Page

Welcome to our Year 5 Maths Worksheets area.

Here you will find a wide range of free printable Maths Worksheets for pupils in Year 5, and Math activities for your child to enjoy.

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## Year 5 Maths Learning

Here are some of the key learning objectives for the end of Year 5:

- know and use Place value up to 1 million
- Compare and order numbers up to 1 million
- Counting on and back in steps of powers of 10 from any number up to 1 million
- Round numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000, 10000 or 100000.
- Count forwards and backwards through zero with positive and negative numbers.
- Read Roman numerals to 1000
- add and subtract with more than 4 digits in columns
- add or subtract larger numbers mentally
- solve multi-step problems using addition and subtraction
- Multiply and divide whole numbers and decimals up to 2dp by 10, 100 or 1000
- identify multiples and factors including common factors
- multiply up to 4-digit numbers by a 1-digit number
- multiply up to 3-digits numbers by 2-digits
- divide numbers up to 4-digits by a 1-digit number
- recognise and use squared and cubed numbers
- solve problems using multiplication and division
- know what a prime number is and recall prime numbers up to 20
- compare and order fractions whose denominators are multiples of the same number
- identify, name and write equivalent fractions
- convert between mixed numbers and improper fractions
- add and subtract fractions with the same denominator or whose denominators are multiples of the same number
- multiply proper fractions and mixed numbers by whole numbers
- read and write decimal numbers as fractions.
- Multiply and divide whole numbers and decimals by 10, 100 or 1000
- read, write, order and compare numbers up to 2dp
- round decimals with up to 2dp to the nearest whole
- solve problems with numbers up to 2dp
- understand and use the percent symbol
- convert percentages to fractions with a denominator of 100
- know fraction-percentage equivalence for halves, quarters, fifths and tenths
- solve problems using simple percentages
- measure, compare and calculate using different measures
- find the area and perimeter of a range of rectilinear shapes
- convert between different units of time
- convert between different units of metric measure
- convert between simple imperial and metric units
- solve more complex money and measure problems
- draw and measure angles in degrees
- know the sum of angles at a point (360°rees;) and angles at a point along a line (180°rees;)
- identify 3D shapes from 2D representations
- Identify, describe and represent the position of a shape following a reflection or translation
- find the area and perimeter of composite rectilinear shapes
- know properties of regular and irregular shapes

Please note:

Our site is mainly based around the US Elementary school math standards.

Though the links on this page are all designed primarily for students in the US, but they are also at the correct level and standard for UK students.

The main issue is that some of the spelling is different and this site uses US spelling.

Year 5 is generally equivalent to 4th Grade in the US.

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## Place Value & Number Sense Zone

Year 5 place value worksheets.

Using these Year 5 maths worksheets will help your child to:

- Understand decimals;
- Use place value notation with tenths and hundredths;
- Know how to read and write numbers to 10 million;
- Understand place value to 10 million.
- Decimal Place Value Worksheets
- Year 5 Place Value up to 6 digits
- Comparing and Ordering Whole Numbers up to 6 Digits
- Ordering Decimals Worksheets
- Roman Numerals worksheets

## Year 5 Number Worksheets

Using these Year 5 Maths worksheets will help your child to:

- learn to estimate and approximate;
- order numbers, including negative numbers and decimals;
- learn how to place decimal numbers on a number line;
- understand and use multiples and factors, and know what a prime number is;
- complete the missing number to balance a math equation.
- Factors and Multiples Worksheet
- Rounding Decimals to the nearest whole
- Rounding to the nearest tenth
- Balancing Math Equations

## Year 5 Counting Worksheets

Using these sheets will support you child to:

- count on and back by multiples of 10;
- fill in the missing numbers in sequences;
- count on and back into negative numbers.
- Counting on and back by tens

## Year 5 Mental Maths Zone

Here you will find a range of printable Year 5 mental maths sheets for your child to enjoy.

Each quiz tests the children on a range of maths topics from number facts and mental arithmetic to geometry, fraction and measures questions.

A great way to revise topics, or use as a weekly math test or math quiz!

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## Year 5 Addition Worksheets

- add multiple numbers in columns up to 5 digits;
- add numbers in columns, including money amounts with up to two decimal places.
- Decimal Addition Worksheets (mental)
- Free Addition Worksheets (randomly generated)
- Addition Worksheets with Multi-Addends
- Money Addition Worksheets (£ )
- Money Worksheets (randomly generated)

## Year 5 Subtraction Worksheets

- learn to subtract numbers with up to 5 digits;
- learn to subtract numbers involving money with decimals with up to two decimal places.
- Free Subtraction Worksheets (randomly generated)
- 5 Digit Subtraction Worksheets
- Money Subtraction Worksheets UK (£ )
- Subtracting Decimals Worksheets (mental)

## Year 5 Multiplication Worksheets

Using these 4th grade math worksheets will help your child to:

- use their multiplication table knowledge to multiply by 10s and 100s mentally
- multiply any whole number by a single digit;
- multiply a two or three digit number by a two digit number.
- Times Table Worksheets Circles 1 to 12 tables
- Times Tables Worksheets (randomly generated)
- Multiplying Decimals by 10 and 100
- Multiply and Divide by 10 100 (decimals)
- Multiplying by Multiples of 10 and 100
- Single Digit Multiplication Graded Sheets
- Double Digit Multiplication Worksheets (Graded)
- Single Digit Multiplication Worksheets Generator
- Multi-Digit Multiplication Generator
- Multiplication Word Problems

## Year 5 Division Worksheets

Using these Year 5 maths worksheets will help your child learn to:

- apply their division facts up to 10x10 to answer related questions involving 10s and 100s.
- divide any whole number by a single digit.
- Divding by Multiples of 10 and 100 Worksheets
- Year 5 (4th Grade) Long Division Worksheets

These sheets involve solving a range of division problems.

- Division Worksheets (Grade 4) Word Problems
- Division Facts Worksheets (randomly generated)

## Year 5 Math Problems

- apply their addition, subtraction and problem solving skills;
- apply their knowledge of rounding and place value;
- solve a range of 'real life' problems;
- attempt more challenging longer problems.

Using the problems in this section will help your child develop their problem solving and reasoning skills.

These sheets involve solving one or two more challenging longer problems.

- 4th Grade Math Problems

These sheets involve solving many 'real-life' problems involving data.

- 4th Grade Math Word Problems

These sheets involve solving a range of multiplciation problems.

- Division Worksheets Grade 4 Word Problems

## Fractions & Percentage Zone

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- Year 5 Fractions Worksheets

## Year 5 Percentage Worksheets

Year 5 fraction worksheets.

- position different fractions on a number line;
- understand equivalent fractions;
- understand what a mixed number is;
- compare two or more fractions;
- begin to convert fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions.
- Equivalent Fractions Worksheets
- Comparing Fractions Worksheet page
- Improper Fraction Worksheets
- Fractions of Numbers
- Convert Fractions to Decimal Sheets
- Convert Decimal to Fraction Sheets
- Free Printable Fraction Riddles (harder)

Take a look at our percentage worksheets for finding the percentage of a number or money amount.

We have a range of percentage sheets from quite a basic level to much harder.

- Fractions Decimals Percents Worksheets
- Percentage Word Problems

## Year 5 Geometry Worksheets

Using these sheets will help you to:

- classify angles - acute, obtuse, right, reflex, straight;
- classify triangles - acute, obtuse, right;
- measure angles using a protractor;
- know that angles in a triangle add up to 180°
- know the properties of regular and irregular shapes
- plot and write coordinates in the first quadrant.
- 4th Grade Geometry Worksheets
- Symmetry Activities
- Coordinate Worksheets (1st Quadrant)

## Measurement Zone, including Time & Money

Year 5 measurement worksheets.

Using these sheets will help your child understand how to:

- read scales in both the standard and metric systems;
- read a scale going up in a range of fractions: halves, quarters and eighths;
- read a scale going up in tenths, fives, tens, fifties, and hundreds.
- 4th Grade Measurement Worksheets
- Converting Customary Units Worksheets
- Metric Conversion Worksheets

## Area and Perimeter Worksheets

- understand area and perimeter;
- learn how to find the area and perimeter of rectangles and rectilinear shapes.
- Area Worksheets
- Perimeter Worksheets

## Year 5 Time Worksheets (4th Grade)

Using the sheets in this section will help your child to:

- tell the time to the nearest minute;
- become familiar with both digital and analogue times;
- add and subtract time intervals.
- Telling Time Worksheets Grade 4 (1 minute intervals)
- 24 Hour Clock Conversion Worksheets

On this webpage there is a selection of printable 24 hour (military time) conversion worksheets which will help you learn to convert from 24 hour clock to standard 12 hour time, and from standard time to 24 hour time.

## Time Interval Worksheets

These sheets will help you learn to add and subtract hours and minutes from times as well as working out a range of time intervals.

- Add and Subtract Time Worksheets
- Elapsed Time Worksheets

## Time Puzzles - harder

Here you will find our selection of harder time puzzles.

- Time Word Problems Worksheets - Riddles (harder)

Using these 4th grade math worksheets will help you to:

- draw and read bar graphs with increasingly complex numbers;
- read, interpret and draw line graphs;
- Year 5 Bar Graph Worksheets (4th grade)
- Year 5 Line Graph Worksheets

## Fun Zone: Puzzles, Games and Riddles

Year 5 maths games.

- Year 5 Math Games (4th Grade)

## Year 5 Maths Puzzles

The puzzles will help your child practice and apply their addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts as well as developing their thinking and reasoning skills in a fun and engaging way.

- Year 5 Maths Puzzles (4th Grade)

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## Free Year 5 Maths Worksheets And Homework – Download, Print, Or View Online

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Here you’ll find all our Year 5 maths worksheets, and Year 5 maths tests that are suitable for use during classroom lessons and as homework.

- What to expect from our Year 5 Maths worksheets

These KS2 maths worksheets cover every part of the Year 5 primary maths curriculum, to help your children practise and gain confidence in their understanding ahead of Year 6 and the KS2 SATs . Their focus is on retrieval practice – going over topics that children should already have covered and helping them strengthen their knowledge and understanding.

Most of our worksheets come in pdf format, and all of them are printable. But if you’re running out of printer ink, they can be viewed online too.

Every Year 5 maths test or worksheet comes with its own answer sheet, and guidance from the National Curriculum is included wherever it might be needed (for example, if there might be more than one correct answer for a question). Some worksheets also include model answers to help children break down the best way to solve a problem.

Note: The National Curriculum does not specify any place value teaching for Year 5. However this is often a good time to begin revising the topic (among others) in preparation for the KS2 SATs. Have a look at these place value worksheets as part of your revision.

Similarly, addition and subtraction work is largely an extension of what was covered in previous years. Take a look at our collection of addition and subtraction worksheets for practice materials for these topics.

If you’re a parent looking for more advice, try our home learning hub full of home learning packs , tips and teaching ideas for Year 5 Maths at Home and maths homework .

If you’re a teacher or school leader who is interested in improving maths attainment in your school or classroom, then this whole website is for you. Third Space Learning is dedicated to improving outcomes in maths with our online tutoring programme of maths interventions , together with maths resources and CPD.

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## Year 5 Place Value Worksheets

Year 5 addition and subtraction worksheets, year 5 multiplication and division worksheets, year 5 fractions worksheets, year 5 decimals and percentages worksheets, year 5 statistics worksheets, year 5 measurement worksheets, year 5 maths tests, year 5 mental maths and arithmetic worksheets: fluent in five.

One of our most popular resources with parents and teachers and a great way to start or end the day, Fluent in Five worksheets include 5-10 minutes worth of quick arithmetic questions designed to help children become quicker at making mental or written calculations.

Children are given around 5 questions per maths worksheet – more than in previous years – to get them used to completing more questions in a short space of time ahead of Year 6 and the KS2 maths arithmetic paper.

Download the free Year 5 mental maths worksheets

## Year 5 Maths reasoning and problem solving worksheets: Rapid Reasoning

Reasoning is one of the key maths skills pupils are expected to show by the time they take the Key Stage 2 SATs, and our Rapid Reasoning worksheets give them plenty of extra practice! This pack comes with six weeks of questions, with around three to four word problems to solve per day.

Download the free Year 5 maths reasoning worksheets

## Year 5 Maths worksheets place value: Code Crackers

Place value is one of the most important topics in the mathematics curriculum. This fun worksheet covers key elements of the Year 5 place value curriculum including Roman numerals, negative numbers and rounding.

Use this free resource to recap Year 5 place value learning whilst finding the punchline to a pirate themed joke.

Download the Year 5 Code Crackers Place Value worksheets

## Year 5 Maths worksheets place value: All kind of word problems

Place value is the basis of all mathematical knowledge. This workbook encourages children to deepen their understanding of place value through a range of different problems. Children will focus on understanding and rounding decimal numbers in context (money) creating numbers with different values and understanding Roman numerals in context (years written in Roman numerals).

Download Year 5 place value worksheets: All kind of word problems

## Year 5 Maths worksheets place value: Worked Examples

As larger numbers are introduced, children can find the topic of place value more challenging. This worksheet focuses on common misconceptions and encouraging children to identify and explain errors, therefore developing their reasoning skills.

Download Year 5 place value worksheet: Worked Examples

## Year 5 Maths worksheets addition and subtraction: Let’s practise using the bar model

Year 5 children will not only need to know how to add and subtract numbers with more than 4-decimal places, they will also need to add and subtract decimal numbers. This worksheet focuses on solving worded problems that include these elements, while also introducing the very useful visual element of a bar model.

Download Year 5 addition and subtraction worksheets: Let’s practise using the bar model

## Year 5 Maths worksheets addition and subtraction: Worked Examples

Children can often make errors when using formal written methods of addition and subtraction, estimating or mental arithmetic methods. This worksheet encourages children to consider and discuss common errors that could be encountered.

Download Year 5 addition and subtraction worksheets: Worked Examples

## Year 5 Maths worksheets addition and subtraction: All kinds of word problems

This resource encourages children to think about maths in a more open ended way. In this workbook, children are presented with a range of problems to solve and not all of them will have one answer only. From checking the addition and subtraction answers to writing a range of ways to create a number, pupils will be challenged with this resource.

Download Year 5 addition and subtraction worksheets: All kinds of word problems

## Year 5 Maths worksheets addition and subtraction: Code Crackers

Sometimes, some simple retrieval questions to round up a topic is all that is needed. This resource focuses on adding and subtracting numbers with 4 or more digits to find the answer to a space themed joke.

Download Year 5 worksheets addition and subtraction: Code Crackers

## Year 5 Maths worksheets on Times Tables: Tarsia Puzzles

By the time children start in Year 5, they are expected to know all their times tables in any order and the related division facts. These worksheets are a fun way to practise times tables facts independently and develop mental arithmetic skills for any children who are less confident.

Download Year 5 Tarsia Puzzles Mixed Times Tables Pack

## Year 5 Maths Worksheets for long multiplication

By the end of Year 5, children are expected to be able to multipy up to 4-digit numbers by 1- and 2-digit numbers, and multiply decimal and whole numbers by multiples of 10 up to 1000, according to the National Curriculum.

These worksheets help pupils improve their skills with the former, with 45 questions ranging from multiplying 2-digit numbers by other 2-digit numbers all the way to multiplying 4-digit numbers. Each worksheet also comes with an answer scheme and modelled answers to show children how to correctly lay out their long multiplication calculations.

Download the free Year 5 Long Multiplication Worksheets

## Year 5 Maths worksheets multiplication: All kinds of word problems

This workbook focuses on a range of different multiplication problems that require multiple steps to find an answer. The questions include comparison statements, complete the multiplication grid and multiplication questions involving money.

Download Year 5 multiplication worksheets: All kinds of word problems

## Year 5 Maths worksheets multiplication: Let’s practise using the bar model

Children can find worded problems challenging to answer. This worksheet focuses on recapping multiplication facts up to 12 x 12 then progressing to up to 3-digit numbers multiplied by teen numbers. While this may seem challenging, the addition of the bar models helps pupils to visualise and answer the more complex problems.

Download Year 5 multiplication worksheets: Let’s practise using the bar model

## Year 5 Maths Worksheets for long division

Long division is one of the most difficult parts of the primary maths curriculum. This set of 3 worksheets helps children practice it in stages, including several short division questions to begin with to help them get warmed up before tackling the harder questions.

Download the free Year 5 Long Division Worksheets

## Year 5 Maths Worksheets for multiplication & division: Code Crackers

Our Code Crackers worksheets give children a fun way to revise their knowledge of a topic. Each Code Crackers worksheet includes a series of questions – in this case multiplication and division problems – based on what they have learned that year, and the answers can be put together to make the punchline of a joke!

In Year 5 children will mostly be practising long multiplication and division, but some short division/short multiplication questions are also included, to help them keep their knowledge of the basics sharp.

Download the free Year 5 Multiplication and Division Worksheets

## Year 5 Maths Worksheets for multiplication & division: Worked Examples

There is a lot of content to cover for multiplication and division in Year 5, which is why we made two different worked examples worksheets. The first worksheet covers common misconceptions found when learning about prime numbers, square numbers, multiplying or dividing by a power of ten and factors. The second worksheet covers multiply 4-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers (and two 2-digit numbers) and dividing a 4-digit number by a 1-digit number.

Download Year 5 multiplication & division worksheet 1: Worked Examples

Download Year 5 multiplication & division worksheet 2: Worked Examples

## Year 5 Maths Worksheets on fractions: Code Crackers

By Year 5, children have learned about both equivalent fractions and improper fractions, and even begun combining the two. Our Code Crackers fractions worksheet helps them get even more practice in solving these complicated questions.

Download the free Year 5 Fractions Worksheets

## Year 5 Maths Worksheets on fractions: Independent Recap

Our newest style of maths worksheets, independent recap sheets are meant to be completed by children with little extra support, making them perfect home learning or homework activities.

This Year 5 maths worksheet focuses on finding fractions of amounts, and includes an arithmetic warm up involving adding and subtracting fractions, before moving onto reasoning questions that test how well children have learned how to calculate fractions of amounts.

Download the free Year 5 Fractions of Amounts Worksheet

## Year 5 Maths worksheet on fractions: worked examples

There are certain aspects of fractions that will be familiar to Year 5 students but may still carry misconceptions. This worksheet focuses on showing these misconceptions to children to allow them to discuss them openly. While the worksheet covers some familiar aspects (adding and subtracting fractions, ordering fractions) a new element of different denominators has been introduced.

Download Year 5 fractions worked examples

## Year 5 Maths Worksheets on decimals and percentages: Code Crackers

A worksheet of problems covering percentages and numbers up to two decimal places, with the answers coming together to form the punchline to the joke given at the start – great for retrieval practice !

Download the free Year 5: Decimals and Percentages Worksheets

## Year 5 Maths Worksheets on decimals and percentages: Independent Recap

While decimals were introduced in Year 4, percentages are new for Year 5. These simple to follow worksheets introduce what percentages are before moving on to writing percentages as fractions and decimals.

Download Year 5 decimals and percentages worksheets: Independent Recap

## Year 5 Maths Worksheets on decimals and percentages: All kinds of word problems

This workbook has a range of activities to do with decimals and percentages including converting between the two and finding percentages of amounts.

Download Year 5 Worksheets on decimals and percentages: All kinds of word problems

## Year 5 Maths Worksheets on decimals and percentages: Let’s practise using the bar model

It is often important for children to understand when they will use the maths topics they are learning. This worksheet brings percentages and decimals into a real world context (shopping, for example) to help children to understand why, for example, knowing how to find a percentage of an amount is useful.

Download Year 5 decimals and percentages worksheets: Let’s practise using the bar model

## Year 5 Maths Worksheets on decimals and percentages: Worked Examples

This worksheet covers what percentage is, converting between decimals, percentages and fractions as well as understanding the value of decimals. There are a range of common errors that are made within this unit that have been addressed to encourage children to fully understand the topic.

Download Year 5 decimals and percentages worksheets: Worked Examples

## Year 5 Maths Worksheets for statistics: Code Crackers

In Year 5 statistics, the focus is on line graphs and more complex tables. This worksheet encourages children to read and interpret line graphs and tables in order to answer retrieval, comparison and sum calculations with the ultimate reward of finding the answer to a Halloween themed joke.

Download Year 5 Statistics Worksheets: Code Crackers

## Year 5 Maths Worksheets for statistics: Worked Examples

Although children will be familiar with line graphs and tables, they are still likely to make errors, especially when reading line graphs with more than one set of data. This worksheet addresses these common errors while allowing the children to ‘be the teacher’.

Download Year 5 Statistics Worksheets: Worked Examples

## Year 5 Maths Worksheets for converting units: Worked Examples

In previous years, children will have looked at converting units (for example centimetres to metres), however in Year 5, this is a unit of its own. This worked examples worksheet on converting units covers converting between metric units of measures, metric and imperial units of measures, converting between units of time and reading a timetable.

Download Year 5 Measurement Worksheets: Worked Examples

## Year 5 Maths Worksheets for converting units: Code Crackers

There are a lot of facts to remember when learning about converting units. This fun worksheet recaps the key facts of converting between metric units of measure (including converting between units of time).

Download Year 5 Measurement Worksheets: Code Crackers

## Year 5 Maths Worksheets for converting units: Independent Recap

These easy to follow independent recap worksheets cover a range of converting units content to help secure children’s understanding of the topic. The worksheets include converting between units of metric measures, converting between metric and imperial units, converting between units of time and reading timetables.

Download Year 5 Measurement Worksheets: Independent Recap

## Year 5 Maths Test: All topics

As a child gets closer to Year 6 and the Key Stage 2 SATs, it’s important they get used to the timings and styles of questions they might face. Our Year 5 maths tests includes two assessments – one arithmetic paper and one reasoning paper – with SATS style questions created by our curriculum experts, answers and a mark scheme with detailed explanations of how to solve each question.

Both papers should take about one hour to complete, and cover every part of the curriculum, from place value to geometry and 3d shapes. This makes them useful for checking children’s overall understanding of the maths they’ve learned in Year 5, as well as providing them with exam practice.

Download free Year 5 Maths Test

## Year 5 Maths Test: Times Tables

While Year 5 children are past the newly introduced multiplication tables check, knowing your times tables is a key part of many other maths topics they will learn. So it’s always worth keeping up with practice, and these quick worksheets help a child see exactly which ones they know by heart, and which they struggle with.

Download the free Year 3 Times Tables Tests

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## Problem Solving and the New Curriculum Age 5 to 11

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## Activity: Addition and subtraction

## 2. Try the rounding challenge

Rounding is an important skill your child will be expected to use to estimate and to check answers to calculations.

You could help your child to practise rounding with the calculations below. For each sum, you and your child could round the numbers to the nearest 10, 100, or 1000 in order to estimate the answer. Which one of you can get the estimate fastest? Then ask your child to work out the correct answer. Whose estimate was closest to the real answer? You can add an extra element of challenge by using a stopwatch or timer!

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WEEK 01 ADDING USING FORMAL COLUMN WRITTEN METHOD addition sum total column | WEEK 01 | ADDING USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS | ||||||

WEEK 01 ADDING USING FORMAL COLUMN WRITTEN METHOD addition sum total column | ||||||||

WEEK 01 ADDING USING FORMAL COLUMN WRITTEN METHOD addition sum total column | ||||||||

WEEK 01 ADDING USING FORMAL COLUMN WRITTEN METHOD addition sum total column | ||||||||

WEEK 01 ADDING USING FORMAL COLUMN WRITTEN METHOD addition sum total column | ||||||||

WEEK 02 SUBTRACTION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS take away subtracting column | WEEK 02 | SUBTRACTION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS | ||||||

WEEK 02 SUBTRACTION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS take away subtracting column | ||||||||

WEEK 02 SUBTRACTION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS take away subtracting column | ||||||||

WEEK 02 SUBTRACTION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS take away subtracting column | ||||||||

WEEK 02 SUBTRACTION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS take away subtracting column | ||||||||

WEEK 03 MULTIPLICATION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS column times table multiply | WEEK 03 | MULTIPLICATION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS | ||||||

WEEK 03 MULTIPLICATION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS column times table multiply | ||||||||

WEEK 03 MULTIPLICATION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS column times table multiply | ||||||||

WEEK 03 MULTIPLICATION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS column times table multiply | ||||||||

WEEK 03 MULTIPLICATION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS column times table multiply | ||||||||

WEEK 04 LONG DIVISION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS share divide chunk | WEEK 04 | LONG DIVISION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS | ||||||

WEEK 04 LONG DIVISION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS share divide chunk | ||||||||

WEEK 04 LONG DIVISION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS share divide chunk | ||||||||

WEEK 04 LONG DIVISION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS share divide chunk | ||||||||

WEEK 05 IDENTIFYING THE PLACE VALUE OF DIGITS IN NUMBERS UP TO 1000000 place | WEEK 05 | IDENTIFYING THE VALUE OF DIGITS IN NUMBERS UP TO 1,000,000 | ||||||

WEEK 05 IDENTIFYING THE PLACE VALUE OF DIGITS IN NUMBERS UP TO 1000000 place | ||||||||

WEEK 05 IDENTIFYING THE PLACE VALUE OF DIGITS IN NUMBERS UP TO 1000000 place | ||||||||

WEEK 05 IDENTIFYING THE PLACE VALUE OF DIGITS IN NUMBERS UP TO 1000000 place | ||||||||

WEEK 05 IDENTIFYING THE PLACE VALUE OF DIGITS IN NUMBERS UP TO 1000000 place | ||||||||

WEEK 06 ESTIMATE THE VOLUME & CAPACITY OF EVERYDAY OBJECTS real life guess | WEEK 06 | ESTIMATE THE VOLUME AND CAPACITY OF EVERYDAY OBJECTS | ||||||

WEEK 06 ESTIMATE THE VOLUME & CAPACITY OF EVERYDAY OBJECTS real life guess | ||||||||

WEEK 06 ESTIMATE THE VOLUME & CAPACITY OF EVERYDAY OBJECTS real life guess | ||||||||

WEEK 07 ROUND NUMBERS TO THE NEAREST 10 100 1000 10000 & 100000 | WEEK 07 | ROUND NUMBERS TO THE NEAREST 10, 100, 1000, 10000 & 100000 | ||||||

WEEK 07 ROUND NUMBERS TO THE NEAREST 10 100 1000 10000 & 100000 | ||||||||

WEEK 07 ROUND NUMBERS TO THE NEAREST 10 100 1000 10000 & 100000 | ||||||||

WEEK 07 ROUND NUMBERS TO THE NEAREST 10 100 1000 10000 & 100000 | ||||||||

WEEK 07 ROUND NUMBERS TO THE NEAREST 10 100 1000 10000 & 100000 | ||||||||

WEEK 08 SOLVING PROBLEMS WITH SCALING solve ratio scale comparing compare | WEEK 08 | SOLVING PROBLEMS WITH SCALING | ||||||

WEEK 08 SOLVING PROBLEMS WITH SCALING solve ratio scale comparing compare | ||||||||

WEEK 08 SOLVING PROBLEMS WITH SCALING solve ratio scale comparing compare | ||||||||

WEEK 08 SOLVING PROBLEMS WITH SCALING solve ratio scale comparing compare | ||||||||

WEEK 09 EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS DECIMALS & PERCENTAGES % same equal money | WEEK 09 | EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS, DECIMALS AND PERCENTAGES | ||||||

WEEK 09 EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS DECIMALS & PERCENTAGES % same equal money | ||||||||

WEEK 09 EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS DECIMALS & PERCENTAGES % same equal money | ||||||||

WEEK 09 EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS DECIMALS & PERCENTAGES % same equal money | ||||||||

WEEK 10 ADDING & SUBTRACTING MENTALLY addition subtraction take away | WEEK 10 | ADDING AND SUBTRACTING MENTALLY | ||||||

WEEK 10 ADDING & SUBTRACTING MENTALLY addition subtraction take away | ||||||||

WEEK 10 ADDING & SUBTRACTING MENTALLY addition subtraction take away | ||||||||

WEEK 10 ADDING & SUBTRACTING MENTALLY addition subtraction take away | ||||||||

WEEK 11 IDENTIFYING REGULAR AND IRREGULAR 2D SHAPES side angle | WEEK 11 | IDENTIFYING REGULAR AND IRREGULAR 2D SHAPES | ||||||

WEEK 11 IDENTIFYING REGULAR AND IRREGULAR 2D SHAPES side angle | ||||||||

WEEK 11 IDENTIFYING REGULAR AND IRREGULAR 2D SHAPES side angle | ||||||||

WEEK 11 IDENTIFYING REGULAR AND IRREGULAR 2D SHAPES side angle | ||||||||

WEEK 12 ADDING & SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS take away subtraction addition | WEEK 12 | ADDING AND SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS | ||||||

WEEK 12 ADDING & SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS take away subtraction addition | ||||||||

WEEK 12 ADDING & SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS take away subtraction addition | ||||||||

WEEK 03 MULTIPLICATION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS column times table multiply | ||||||||

WEEK 12 ADDING & SUBTRACTING FRACTIONS take away subtraction addition | ||||||||

WEEK 13 READ & WRITE NUMBERS UP TO 1000000 place value | WEEK 13 | READ AND WRITE NUMBERS UP TO 1,000,000 | ||||||

WEEK 13 READ & WRITE NUMBERS UP TO 1000000 place value | ||||||||

WEEK 13 READ & WRITE NUMBERS UP TO 1000000 place value | ||||||||

WEEK 13 READ & WRITE NUMBERS UP TO 1000000 place value | ||||||||

WEEK 14 ESTIMATE & MEASURE ANGLES acute obtuse right reflex degree guess | WEEK 14 | ESTIMATE AND MEASURE ANGLES | ||||||

WEEK 14 ESTIMATE & MEASURE ANGLES acute obtuse right reflex degree guess | ||||||||

WEEK 14 ESTIMATE & MEASURE ANGLES acute obtuse right reflex degree guess | ||||||||

WEEK 15 THE INVERSE OPERATION opposite add subtract multiply divide | WEEK 15 | THE INVERSE OPERATION | ||||||

WEEK 15 THE INVERSE OPERATION opposite add subtract multiply divide | ||||||||

WEEK 15 THE INVERSE OPERATION opposite add subtract multiply divide | ||||||||

WEEK 15 THE INVERSE OPERATION opposite add subtract multiply divide | ||||||||

WEEK 16 MULTIPLY AND DIVIDE BY 10, 100 & 1000 place value share division multiplication | WEEK 16 | MULTIPLY AND DIVIDE BY 10, 100 AND 1000 | ||||||

WEEK 16 MULTIPLY AND DIVIDE BY 10, 100 & 1000 place value share division multiplication | ||||||||

WEEK 16 MULTIPLY AND DIVIDE BY 10, 100 & 1000 place value share division multiplication | ||||||||

WEEK 16 MULTIPLY AND DIVIDE BY 10, 100 & 1000 place value share division multiplication | ||||||||

WEEK 17 PERIMETER OF COMPOUND SHAPES 2d | WEEK 17 | PERIMETER OF COMPOUND SHAPES | ||||||

WEEK 17 PERIMETER OF COMPOUND SHAPES 2d | ||||||||

WEEK 17 PERIMETER OF COMPOUND SHAPES 2d | ||||||||

WEEK 18 CALCULATING THE AREA & PERIMETER OF RECTANGLES & SQUARES 2d oblong | WEEK 18 | CALCULATING THE AREA AND PERIMETER OF RECTANGLES AND SQUARES | ||||||

WEEK 18 CALCULATING THE AREA & PERIMETER OF RECTANGLES & SQUARES 2d oblong | ||||||||

WEEK 18 CALCULATING THE AREA & PERIMETER OF RECTANGLES & SQUARES 2d oblong | ||||||||

WEEK 18 CALCULATING THE AREA & PERIMETER OF RECTANGLES & SQUARES 2d oblong | ||||||||

WEEK 19 RECOGNISE & USE SQUARE & CUBE NUMBERS table | WEEK 19 | RECOGNISE AND USE SQUARE AND CUBE NUMBERS | ||||||

WEEK 19 RECOGNISE & USE SQUARE & CUBE NUMBERS table | ||||||||

WEEK 03 MULTIPLICATION USING FORMAL WRITTEN METHODS column times table multiply | ||||||||

WEEK 19 RECOGNISE & USE SQUARE & CUBE NUMBERS table | ||||||||

WEEK 20 RECOGNISE A PERCENTAGE AS PARTS OF 100 % per cent | WEEK 20 | RECOGNISE A PERCENTAGE AS PARTS OF 100 | ||||||

WEEK 20 RECOGNISE A PERCENTAGE AS PARTS OF 100 % per cent | ||||||||

WEEK 20 RECOGNISE A PERCENTAGE AS PARTS OF 100 % per cent | ||||||||

WEEK 21 ADDING & SUBTRACTING UNITS OF MEASUREMENT addition subtraction mass capacity volume length | WEEK 21 | ADDING AND SUBTRACTING UNITS OF MEASUREMENT | ||||||

WEEK 21 ADDING & SUBTRACTING UNITS OF MEASUREMENT addition subtraction mass capacity volume length | ||||||||

WEEK 21 ADDING & SUBTRACTING UNITS OF MEASUREMENT addition subtraction mass capacity volume length | ||||||||

WEEK 22 IDENTIFYING APPROPRIATE OPERATIONS IN MUTLI-STEP PROBLEMS add subtract multiply divide division word | WEEK 22 | IDENTIFYING APPROPRIATE OPERATIONS IN MUTLI-STEP PROBLEMS | ||||||

WEEK 22 IDENTIFYING APPROPRIATE OPERATIONS IN MUTLI-STEP PROBLEMS add subtract multiply divide division word | ||||||||

WEEK 22 IDENTIFYING APPROPRIATE OPERATIONS IN MUTLI-STEP PROBLEMS add subtract multiply divide division word | ||||||||

WEEK 23 DRAWING 2D SHAPES square rectangle triangle parallelogram rhombus trapezium | WEEK 23 | DRAWING 2D SHAPES | ||||||

WEEK 23 DRAWING 2D SHAPES square rectangle triangle parallelogram rhombus trapezium | ||||||||

WEEK 23 DRAWING 2D SHAPES square rectangle triangle parallelogram rhombus trapezium | ||||||||

WEEK 24 MULTIPLY MIXED NUMBERS AND PROPER FRACTIONS BY A WHOLE NUMBER multiplication | WEEK 24 | MULTIPLY MIXED NUMBERS AND PROPER FRACTIONS BY A WHOLE NUMBER | ||||||

WEEK 24 MULTIPLY MIXED NUMBERS AND PROPER FRACTIONS BY A WHOLE NUMBER multiplication | ||||||||

WEEK 24 MULTIPLY MIXED NUMBERS AND PROPER FRACTIONS BY A WHOLE NUMBER multiplication | ||||||||

WEEK 25 CAN CALCULATE FACTORS & MULTIPLES OF VALUES number table | WEEK 25 | CAN CALCULATE FACTORS AND MULTIPLES OF VALUES | ||||||

WEEK 25 CAN CALCULATE FACTORS & MULTIPLES OF VALUES number table | ||||||||

WEEK 25 CAN CALCULATE FACTORS & MULTIPLES OF VALUES number table | ||||||||

WEEK 26 READ INTERPRET & COMPLETE TIMETABLES bus train | WEEK 26 | READ, INTERPRET AND COMPLETE TIMETABLES | ||||||

WEEK 26 READ INTERPRET & COMPLETE TIMETABLES bus train | ||||||||

WEEK 26 READ INTERPRET & COMPLETE TIMETABLES bus train | ||||||||

WEEK 27 ALL 4 OPERATIONS WRITTEN METHODS add subtract multiply divide division column | WEEK 27 | ALL 4 OPERATIONS WRITTEN METHODS | ||||||

WEEK 27 ALL 4 OPERATIONS WRITTEN METHODS add subtract multiply divide division column | ||||||||

WEEK 27 ALL 4 OPERATIONS WRITTEN METHODS add subtract multiply divide division column | ||||||||

WEEK 28 ORDER AND COMPARE NUMBERS UP TO 1000000 values place value | WEEK 28 | ORDER AND COMPARE NUMBERS UP TO 1,000,000 | ||||||

WEEK 28 ORDER AND COMPARE NUMBERS UP TO 1000000 values place value | ||||||||

WEEK 28 ORDER AND COMPARE NUMBERS UP TO 1000000 values place value | ||||||||

WEEK 29 CONVERT BETWEEN METRIC UNITS OF MEASUREMENT equivalent cm m mm kg ml litre grams km | WEEK 29 | CONVERT BETWEEN METRIC UNITS OF MEASUREMENT | ||||||

WEEK 29 CONVERT BETWEEN METRIC UNITS OF MEASUREMENT equivalent cm m mm kg ml litre grams km | ||||||||

WEEK 29 CONVERT BETWEEN METRIC UNITS OF MEASUREMENT equivalent cm m mm kg ml litre grams km | ||||||||

WEEK 30 IDENTIFYING PRIME NUMBERS & PRIME FACTORS table | WEEK 30 | IDENTIFYING PRIME NUMBERS AND PRIME FACTORS | ||||||

WEEK 30 IDENTIFYING PRIME NUMBERS & PRIME FACTORS table | ||||||||

WEEK 30 IDENTIFYING PRIME NUMBERS & PRIME FACTORS table | ||||||||

WEEK 31 FIND MISSING FACTS ABOUT RECTANGLES oblong 2D shape | WEEK 31 | FIND MISSING FACTS ABOUT RECTANGLES | ||||||

WEEK 31 FIND MISSING FACTS ABOUT RECTANGLES oblong 2D shape | ||||||||

WEEK 31 FIND MISSING FACTS ABOUT RECTANGLES oblong 2D shape | ||||||||

WEEK 32 ROUNDING DECIMALS tenths hundredths place value | WEEK 32 | ROUNDING DECIMALS | ||||||

WEEK 32 ROUNDING DECIMALS tenths hundredths place value | ||||||||

WEEK 32 ROUNDING DECIMALS tenths hundredths place value | ||||||||

WEEK 32 ROUNDING DECIMALS tenths hundredths place value | ||||||||

WEEK 33 CONVERTING SECONDS, MINUTES & HOURS time secs mins hrs | WEEK 33 | CONVERTING SECONDS, MINUTES AND HOURS | ||||||

WEEK 33 CONVERTING SECONDS, MINUTES & HOURS time secs mins hrs | ||||||||

WEEK 33 CONVERTING SECONDS, MINUTES & HOURS time secs mins hrs | ||||||||

WEEK 34 CONVERTING MIXED NUMBERS & IMPROPER FRACTIONS top heavy | WEEK 34 | CONVERTING MIXED NUMBERS AND IMPROPER FRACTIONS | ||||||

WEEK 34 CONVERTING MIXED NUMBERS & IMPROPER FRACTIONS top heavy | ||||||||

WEEK 34 CONVERTING MIXED NUMBERS & IMPROPER FRACTIONS top heavy | ||||||||

WEEK 35 DRAW DIFFERENT TYPES OF GRAPHS pie bar line chart table pictogram | WEEK 35 | DRAW DIFFERENT TYPES OF GRAPHS | ||||||

WEEK 35 DRAW DIFFERENT TYPES OF GRAPHS pie bar line chart table pictogram | ||||||||

WEEK 35 DRAW DIFFERENT TYPES OF GRAPHS pie bar line chart table pictogram | ||||||||

WEEK 36 SOLVING REAL-LIFE PROBLEMS everyday solve | WEEK 36 | SOLVING REAL-LIFE PROBLEMS | ||||||

WEEK 36 SOLVING REAL-LIFE PROBLEMS everyday solve | ||||||||

WEEK 36 SOLVING REAL-LIFE PROBLEMS everyday solve | ||||||||

WEEK 37 COUNTING FORWARDS AND BACKWARDS THROUGH ZERO positive negative directed | WEEK 37 | COUNTING FORWARDS AND BACKWARDS THROUGH ZERO | ||||||

WEEK 37 COUNTING FORWARDS AND BACKWARDS THROUGH ZERO positive negative directed | ||||||||

WEEK 37 COUNTING FORWARDS AND BACKWARDS THROUGH ZERO positive negative directed | ||||||||

WEEK 37 COUNTING FORWARDS AND BACKWARDS THROUGH ZERO positive negative directed | ||||||||

WEEK 38 MULTIPLYING & DIVIDING BY 10 100 1000 times place value share multiplication division | WEEK 38 | MULTIPLYING AND DIVIDING BY 10, 100 AND 1000 | ||||||

WEEK 38 MULTIPLYING & DIVIDING BY 10 100 1000 times place value share multiplication division | ||||||||

WEEK 38 MULTIPLYING & DIVIDING BY 10 100 1000 times place value share multiplication division | ||||||||

WEEK 39 ESTIMATE THE AREA OF IRREGULAR SHAPES guess | WEEK 39 | ESTIMATE THE AREA OF IRREGULAR SHAPES | ||||||

WEEK 39 ESTIMATE THE AREA OF IRREGULAR SHAPES guess | ||||||||

WEEK 39 ESTIMATE THE AREA OF IRREGULAR SHAPES guess | ||||||||

WEEK 39 ESTIMATE THE AREA OF IRREGULAR SHAPES guess | ||||||||

WEEK 40 USING THE INVERSE OPERATION TO CHECK ANSWERS opposite | WEEK 40 | USING THE INVERSE OPERATION TO CHECK ANSWERS | ||||||

WEEK 40 USING THE INVERSE OPERATION TO CHECK ANSWERS opposite | ||||||||

WEEK 40 USING THE INVERSE OPERATION TO CHECK ANSWERS opposite | ||||||||

WEEK 41 COMPARE TYPES OF ANGLES acute obtuse reflex right | WEEK 41 | COMPARE TYPES OF ANGLES | ||||||

WEEK 41 COMPARE TYPES OF ANGLES acute obtuse reflex right | ||||||||

WEEK 41 COMPARE TYPES OF ANGLES acute obtuse reflex right | ||||||||

WEEK 42 REAL LIFE ROUNDING place value everyday | WEEK 42 | REAL-LIFE ROUNDING | ||||||

WEEK 42 REAL LIFE ROUNDING place value everyday | ||||||||

WEEK 42 REAL LIFE ROUNDING place value everyday | ||||||||

WEEK 43 IDENTIFY THE NETS OF CUBES & CUBOIDS 3d shape | WEEK 43 | IDENTIFY THE NETS OF CUBES AND CUBOIDS | ||||||

WEEK 43 IDENTIFY THE NETS OF CUBES & CUBOIDS 3d shape | ||||||||

WEEK 43 IDENTIFY THE NETS OF CUBES & CUBOIDS 3d shape | ||||||||

WEEK 43 IDENTIFY THE NETS OF CUBES & CUBOIDS 3d shape | ||||||||

WEEK 44 COMPARE & ORDER DECIMALS place value greater less | WEEK 44 | COMPARE AND ORDER DECIMALS | ||||||

WEEK 44 COMPARE & ORDER DECIMALS place value greater less | ||||||||

WEEK 44 COMPARE & ORDER DECIMALS place value greater less | ||||||||

WEEK 45 COMPOSITE NUMBERS & PRIME FACTORS decomposition product | WEEK 45 | COMPOSITE NUMBERS AND PRIME FACTORS | ||||||

WEEK 45 COMPOSITE NUMBERS & PRIME FACTORS decomposition product | ||||||||

WEEK 45 COMPOSITE NUMBERS & PRIME FACTORS decomposition product | ||||||||

WEEK 46 COMPARING & ORDERING SIMPLE FRACTIONS denominator numerator greater less | WEEK 46 | COMPARING AND ORDERING SIMPLE FRACTIONS | ||||||

WEEK 46 COMPARING & ORDERING SIMPLE FRACTIONS denominator numerator greater less | ||||||||

WEEK 46 COMPARING & ORDERING SIMPLE FRACTIONS denominator numerator greater less | ||||||||

WEEK 46 COMPARING & ORDERING SIMPLE FRACTIONS denominator numerator greater less | ||||||||

WEEK 47 CALCULATING MISSING ANGLES 2d shape vertex vertices degree | WEEK 47 | CALCULATING MISSING ANGLES | ||||||

WEEK 47 CALCULATING MISSING ANGLES 2d shape vertex vertices degree | ||||||||

WEEK 47 CALCULATING MISSING ANGLES 2d shape vertex vertices degree | ||||||||

WEEK 48 READ & WRITE ROMAN NUMERALS UP TO 1000 | WEEK 48 | READ AND WRITE ROMAN NUMERALS UP TO 1,000 | ||||||

WEEK 48 READ & WRITE ROMAN NUMERALS UP TO 1000 | ||||||||

WEEK 48 READ & WRITE ROMAN NUMERALS UP TO 1000 | ||||||||

WEEK 48 READ & WRITE ROMAN NUMERALS UP TO 1000 | ||||||||

WEEK 49 READ & INTERPRET LINE GRAPHS time chart data | WEEK 49 | READ AND INTERPRET LINE GRAPHS | ||||||

WEEK 49 READ & INTERPRET LINE GRAPHS time chart data | ||||||||

WEEK 49 READ & INTERPRET LINE GRAPHS time chart data | ||||||||

WEEK 50 COUNT FORWARDS & BACKWARDS IN POWERS OF 10 100 1000 square cube | WEEK 50 | COUNT FORWARDS AND BACKWARDS IN POWERS OF 10 | ||||||

WEEK 50 COUNT FORWARDS & BACKWARDS IN POWERS OF 10 100 1000 square cube | ||||||||

WEEK 50 COUNT FORWARDS & BACKWARDS IN POWERS OF 10 100 1000 square cube | ||||||||

WEEK 51 CONVERTING METRIC & IMPERIAL UNITS OF MEASUREMENT miles inch yard feet ft foot ounce lb pound stone mm cm metre km kg gram kilo litre ml cl | WEEK 51 | CONVERTING METRIC AND IMPERIAL UNITS OF MEASUREMENT | ||||||

WEEK 51 CONVERTING METRIC & IMPERIAL UNITS OF MEASUREMENT miles inch yard feet ft foot ounce lb pound stone mm cm metre km kg gram kilo litre ml cl | ||||||||

WEEK 51 CONVERTING METRIC & IMPERIAL UNITS OF MEASUREMENT miles inch yard feet ft foot ounce lb pound stone mm cm metre km kg gram kilo litre ml cl | ||||||||

WEEK 52 SOLVE PROBLEMS WITH DECIMALS UP TO 3 DECIMAL PLACES dp solving place value tenths hundredths thousandths 10th 100th 1000th | WEEK 52 | SOLVE PROBLEMS WITH DECIMALS UP TO 3 DECIMAL PLACES | ||||||

WEEK 52 SOLVE PROBLEMS WITH DECIMALS UP TO 3 DECIMAL PLACES dp solving place value tenths hundredths thousandths 10th 100th 1000th | ||||||||

WEEK 52 SOLVE PROBLEMS WITH DECIMALS UP TO 3 DECIMAL PLACES dp solving place value tenths hundredths thousandths 10th 100th 1000th |

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## More about Year 5 Maths Questions …

The Year 5 maths curriculum covers a wide range of skills in: number, shape and data. All skills and understanding progresses on from the Year 4 maths learning objectives introducing new learning for the learners to develop.

## Year 5 NUMBER …

The four operations – addition, subtraction, multiplication and division take small steps towards Year 6 maths such as introducing long multiplication with a 2-digit number. Place value is extended to larger values too, supporting other areas of the maths curriculum such as read and write numbers up to one million .

## Year 5 SHAPE …

Learners knowledge of shape builds on Year 4 maths including a more detailed understanding of angles , 2D shapes and 3D shapes . These skills can be used together in support of a more varied application across multiple learning objectives. These connections and relationships with one another are identified allowing for greater coverage of the full curriculum.

## Year 5 DATA …

Year 5 offers a more detailed coverage of representing data in tables, charts and graphs, where learners are expected to both read and interpret information in all types of graphs and charts .

All learning objectives are supported by a Home Learning pack and iQ mastery questions challenge learners’ understanding, application and confidence. The Home Learning packs provide first class opportunities for effective intervention and an ever growing library of help videos for Year 5 maths is available on the MyMiniMaths YouTube channel in support of quality learning.

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The Year 5 math curriculum is designed to build upon the mathematical knowledge and skills developed in previous years. It covers a wide range of topics and concepts, including number sense, arithmetic operations, geometry, measurement, and data handling. Here’s a detailed overview of the Year 5 math national curriculum:

- Read, write, order, and compare numbers up to 1,000,000.
- Recognize the value of each digit in a six-digit number.
- Round any number to the nearest 10, 100, 1,000, 10,000, or 100,000.
- Solve number and place value problems.
- Add and subtract whole numbers with up to 6 digits using efficient methods.
- Use estimation and inverse operations to check answers.
- Solve addition and subtraction problems, including missing number problems.
- Multiply and divide numbers mentally, including decimals and large numbers.
- Use efficient written methods for multiplication and division.
- Solve multiplication and division problems, including scaling problems and finding factors and multiples.
- Recognize and name fractions and mixed numbers.
- Compare and order fractions with different denominators.
- Add and subtract fractions with the same denominator.
- Multiply proper fractions and mixed numbers by whole numbers.
- Solve fraction problems, including finding fractions of amounts and solving problems involving fractions, decimals, and percentages.
- Recognize and understand the relationship between decimals and fractions.
- Convert between decimals and percentages.
- Add, subtract, and compare decimals up to three decimal places.
- Solve decimal and percentage problems, including finding percentages of amounts and solving problems involving discounts and interest.
- Convert between different units of measurement (e.g., kilometers to meters, liters to milliliters).
- Solve problems involving perimeter, area, and volume.
- Estimate and measure angles using a protractor.
- Tell and write the time using the 12-hour and 24-hour clock.
- Solve time problems, including timetables and solving problems involving duration.
- Identify, describe, and classify shapes, including quadrilaterals, pentagons, and hexagons.
- Identify lines of symmetry in 2D shapes.
- Recognize and describe the properties of 3D shapes.
- Identify and describe angles, including right angles, acute angles, and obtuse angles.
- Interpret and present data using bar charts, pictograms, and tables.
- Solve problems involving line graphs and interpret timetables.
- Calculate and interpret the mean as an average.
- Solve statistical and data handling problems, including finding the mode and range.

In addition to these topics, the Year 5 math curriculum also emphasizes problem-solving skills, mathematical reasoning, and the ability to apply mathematical knowledge to real-life situations. It encourages students to develop fluency, accuracy, and efficiency in their mathematical calculations and to use mathematical language and notation correctly.

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## Advance Your Students’ Problem-Solving Skills

This set of problem-solving questions has been designed to support teachers when teaching students about problem-solving in mathematics. It provides students with the opportunity to work through 20 maths word problems, identifying the important information and how they can work it out using a variety of methods.

An answer sheet has been included. Use this resource in conjunction with the Daily Maths Problems PowerPoint.

## NAPLAN Year 5 Maths Preparation

These simple problem-solving questions are also a great way to help students understand some of the word problems they may encounter when sitting NAPLAN. It’s important to give your students strategies that they can draw on when presented with a word problem in maths. Using these problem-solving questions here are some suggested strategies you can empower your students with:

- Daily practice. After spending time explicitly explaining how to work through a word problem – use the word problems from these worksheets as daily problem-solving practice.
- Teach them the strategies. There are many ways students can solve maths word problems such as; breaking the word problem into smaller parts and drawing a picture to visualise what the problem is asking.
- Underline. Teach your students to underline the important parts of a maths word problem – remind them that there is often trick information in word problems that they don’t need to solve the problem.

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- Print and create booklets for your students to use.
- Cut and laminate each word problem and have students use mini whiteboard markers to solve one problem a day.

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A collection of problem solving activities based on real life situations.

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Solve multi-step problems and check by carrying out inverse operations.

Find the largest and smallest numbers and the difference between them.

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Find half way between two decimals.

Word problems with decimals.

Ordering fractions.

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Australian Curriculum Mathematics V9 : AC9M5N06, AC9M5N07

Numeracy Progression : Interpreting fractions: P8, Multiplicative strategies: P7

At this level, students learn efficient ways to multiply and divide numbers using increasingly sophisticated strategies. They develop flexible strategies to solve multiplication facts and related division facts and consolidate automatic recall. They identify and describe factors and multiples of whole numbers and use them to solve problems.

Use classroom talks to help students work collaboratively to build their strategies to solve multiplication problems.

- Show how a doubling strategy can simplify a multiplication problem.
- Model place value partitioning strategies to multiply larger numbers by one-digit and two-digit numbers. For example, to multiply 24 x 12, first multiply 10 x 24 and then multiply 2 x 24 and add the two products together. Use area models and arrays to show partitioning.
- Make explicit how factors can be used to simplify calculations. For example, 15 x 16 can be simplified into 5 x 3 x 4 x 4 and rearranged to 5 x 4 x 3 x 4 = 240 to make the calculation easier. The rearranging of these numbers contextualises the commutative and distributive properties of multiplication.

Provide opportunities to solve division problems presented as number stories in familiar contexts. Where there is a remainder, have students interpret the meaning and represent the problem. Discuss the situations where a remainder needs to be rounded, for example, when dealing with passenger numbers on a train.

Encourage students to solve simple division problems mentally drawing on the known multiplication facts. For example, when given the problem of sharing 36 stickers between 9 people, students see the problem as 36 divided by 9 and use their times table facts of 9 x 4 = 36 to work out how many 9s make 36.

Teaching and learning summary:

- Develop efficient strategies for multiplying and dividing numbers.
- Connect concrete, visual and abstract representations of multiplicative situations using familiar contexts.
- Interpret and represent the remainder in division calculations.

- solve problems involving multiplication of large numbers by one-digit or two-digit numbers using efficient mental strategies, written strategies and appropriate digital technologies
- solve problems involving division by a one-digit number, including those that result in a remainder
- identify and describe factors and multiples of whole numbers and use them to solve problems.

Some students may:

- say ‘3 into 15’ to solve the division problem, which may indicate they have limited understanding of the meaning of division
- have little understanding of what the remainder represents
- have difficulty matching materials and representations to number problems
- get confused when a division answer includes a zero, for example, when dividing 6,540 by 5, they don’t record 0 as it means nothing so write the answer as 138 instead of 1,308.

To address these problems, use classroom talks to show different representations of division, using correct terminology when discussing division problems, and using efficient strategies to solve the problems. Discuss problems with and without remainders and use examples to show what the remainder means.

The Learning from home activities are designed to be used flexibly by teachers, parents and carers, as well as the students themselves. They can be used in a number of ways including to consolidate and extend learning done at school or for home schooling.

## Learning intention

- We are learning that division is the ‘sharing’ of items, and that sometimes division can result in remainders if the items can’t be evenly shared.

## Why are we learning about this?

- Being able to fluently divide numbers and explain my thinking builds number sense and is helpful when solving more complex problems.
- Open the link to the Remainders game.
- Watch the video to learn how to play the game.
- Collect the resources listed below the video. Note: if you don’t have counters, find 24 objects that are the same items, for example, paperclips or pasta shells.
- Play the game with a friend or family member.

## Success criteria

- solve problems involving division and explain my thinking.

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## Concrete, Representational, Abstract (CRA model)

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## Explicit teaching

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## Collaborative learning

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## Year 5 mixed operation word problems

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Friday’s ruling will give cities more latitude in enforcing no-camping ordinances..

(Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) A "No Camping" sign at Taufer Park in Salt Lake City on Thursday, Nov. 9, 2023.

Salt Lake City could get tougher on its enforcement of homeless camps following a new U.S. Supreme Court ruling.

Friday’s 6-3 court decision along ideological lines found that enforcing no-camping laws on public property does not constitute “cruel and unusual punishment,” giving cities the option to enforce camping bans regardless of shelter availability.

“Homelessness is complex. Its causes are many,” Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote in the court’s majority opinion. “So may be the public policy responses required to address it … A handful of federal judges cannot begin to ‘match’ the collective wisdom the American people possess in deciding ‘how best to handle’ a pressing social question like homelessness.”

The decision is a break from a previous ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in another case. In that instance, the appellate court ruled that governments may not enforce camping bans if no shelter options are available. Salt Lake City, while not in the 9th Circuit, has relied on this ruling to justify its approach to camping enforcement.

Authorities in Utah’s capital sharpened their focus late last year in cracking down on homeless camps . Under the Salt Lake City Police Department’s enforcement initiative , officers focus on moving people out of public places and into shelter when it is available. Enforcement relaxes when shelters are full.

## Could more crackdowns be coming?

Now, under the high court’s ruling, the legal justification Salt Lake City used for its enforcement approach has vanished, and homeless camps may be broken up regardless of whether shelter options exist.

It isn’t yet clear whether that will happen.

The city attorney’s office is still reviewing the court’s decision and how it will impact camping ordinances, Andrew Wittenberg, a spokesperson for Mayor Erin Mendenhall, said in a statement.

“Salt Lake City has and will continue to enforce local ordinances to keep public spaces open, clean and safe for everyone to enjoy,” Wittenberg said. “We continue to be committed to working with our county and state partners to address homelessness most directly through evidenced-based interventions including housing, emergency shelter and coordinated services that are in too short supply.”

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) A homeless camp is pictured next to the Jordan River across from Cottonwood Park in Salt Lake City on Monday, April 29, 2024.

The city could face pressure from the state to take a more hardline approach. This year, legislators allowed the state board of homeless services to divert funding from cities that host shelters if local authorities don’t enforce camping bans.

Salt Lake City is eligible to receive nearly $3 million annually for hosting homeless shelters, and it could get more cash for hosting winter overflow shelter space.

It’s also unclear whether state officials intend to require cities to enforce camping bans even when no shelter is available. A spokesperson for Gov. Spencer Cox’s office did not respond to a request for comment.

State homelessness coordinator Wayne Niederhauser said in a statement that his office is still working to determine how Friday’s decision will affect local governments.

“The Utah Office of Homeless Services prioritizes the need for shelter and housing for those experiencing homelessness,” Niederhauser said. “They are our family, friends and neighbors and deserving of human dignity. No one should have to live in a place not meant for human habitation, and it is essential to enforce local laws for the safety of all in our communities.”

## Advocacy groups split on court ruling

(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) As authorities gather near a homeless camp off Victory Road in Salt Lake City, people drag their belongings away from the site, Thursday, Dec. 14, 2023.

Solutions Utah, a group focused on homelessness policy in the Beehive State, lauded the court’s ruling and called on cities to take a tougher approach to enforcement.

“With this enforceable authority, cities can keep their parks, streets, sidewalks and other public places open, safe, clean and accessible for their intended uses,” the organization said in a statement. “Now the state of Utah, with its communities, cities, and counties, has the legal responsibility to enforce anti-camping and related laws, and we encourage all to do so.”

Bill Tibbitts, deputy executive director of the nonprofit Crossroads Urban Center , said the court’s ruling could lead to cities criminalizing homelessness, which “never works.” Unless there’s a bigger jail, he added, authorities will never be able to arrest everyone who needs to sleep outside.

If those who need tents in the frigid winter months aren’t able to use them, they could die, he said. Stricter enforcement, he contended, would result in unsheltered people hiding in public areas so they are able to sleep.

“You may not like seeing a tent,” he said, “but you’re probably going to be less happy if people are pushed out of the parks and you find them hiding in the bushes in your front yard.”

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