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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.
Take a look at our decimal place value sheets, our mental math sheets, or maybe some of our equivalent fraction worksheets. Perhaps you would prefer our statistics worksheets, or how to measure angles?
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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
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Year 5 is generally equivalent to 4th Grade in the US.
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For those parents who have found themselves unexpectedly at home with the kids and need some emergency activities for them to do, we have started to develop some Maths Grab Packs for kids in the UK.
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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.
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- Year 5 Place Value up to 6 digits
- Comparing and Ordering Whole Numbers up to 6 Digits
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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
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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!
- Year 5 Mental Maths Worksheet
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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)
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- 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
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- 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.
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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
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- Convert Fractions to Decimal Sheets
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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.
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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.
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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
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Area and Perimeter Worksheets
- understand area and perimeter;
- learn how to find the area and perimeter of rectangles and rectilinear shapes.
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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.
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Here you will find our selection of harder time puzzles.
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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;
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Year 5 maths games.
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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.
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Math Salamanders Year 5 Maths Games Ebook
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Your child will also order fractions whose denominators are all multiples of the same number. For example:
Put the fractions , , , , and in order from least to greatest. , , , , .
Identify equivalent fractions
Use mixed numbers and improper fractions
Your child will recognise mixed numbers and improper fractions , and will be able to convert one to the other.
Add and subtract fractions with denominators that are multiples of the same number
Your child will use drawings, diagrams, and symbols to add and subtract fractions with the same denominator, and denominators that are multiples of the same number. For example:
+ = . + = = .
Multiply proper fractions and mixed numbers by whole numbers
Children will use objects and diagrams to:
Read and write decimal numbers as fractions
Your child will be able to understand the equivalence between decimals and fractions. For example:
Use tenths, hundredth, thousandths, and their decimal equivalents
They will be able to mentally add and subtract tenths, as well as mixed numbers that have one-digit whole numbers and tenths.
Round numbers to one decimal place
Your child will round numbers with two decimal places up or down to the nearest whole number. For example, 3.45 will round down to 3.
They will also round numbers with two decimal places up or down to one decimal place. For example, 2.67 will round up to 2.7.
Compare numbers with three decimal places
Your child will learn to read, write, order and compare decimal numbers with up to three decimal places.
For example, they will be able to:
- read and write numbers with three decimal places (for example, 1.454, 1.764, 1.654, 1.453)
- put them in order (for example, 1.453, 1.454, 1.654, 1.764)
- compare them (for example, 1.453 < 3.454).
Solve problems involving numbers with three decimal places
Understand and use percentages.
Your child will know that percentages, decimals, and fractions are different ways of expressing proportions.
They will make connections between percentages, fractions, and decimals. For example:
100% = 1 1% = = 0·01 50% = = 0·5 25% = = 0·25
Your child will also recognise the percent symbol (%) and understand that ‘percent’ means ‘number of parts per hundred’. They will be able to write percentages as a fraction with denominator 100, and as a decimal fraction.
Compare percentages to fractions and decimals
How to help at home
There are lots of ways you can help your child to understand fractions. Here are just a few ideas.
1. Explore mixed numbers and improper fractions
Mixed numbers and improper fractions can be difficult for your child to grasp at first.
It often helps children to learn about these types of fractions visually. Diagrams can help their understanding:
Fraction Calculations in School
Ask your child to gather a number of pizza slices to make an improper fraction. Can they use these slices to show a mixed fraction? Can your child write down a mathematical way to reach the same answer?
2. Add and subtract fractions
In Year 5, your child will continue to add and subtract fractions. They will now be expected to add and subtract fractions whose denominators are multiples of the same number. For example:
+ = ? First they will need to find the lowest common denominator (i.e. the smallest multiple of the two numbers). The lowest common denominator here is 8, because it is the smallest number both 4 and 8 will divide into equally. Your child will then have to multiply the numerator and the denominator by 2 to represent in eighths: Your child will now be able to add the fractions: + = – =
Your child will follow a similar process to subtract fractions like these. For example:
– = ? Your child will first need to find the lowest common denominator , which is 12. So, will become as the numerator and the denominator will each be multiplied by 4. The will become as the numerator and the denominator will each be multiplied by 3. Your child will then be able to subtract from to leave . – = – =
You could practise calculating with fractions using the pizza cutouts in the Fraction Calculations in School booklet.
3. Multiply fractions by whole numbers
Your child will learn to multiply proper fractions and mixed numbers by whole numbers.
4. Investigate decimals
Show your child a number with 3 decimal places and ask them to tell you how many tenths, hundredths, or thousandths it has. For example, the number 4·203 has two tenths, zero hundredths, and three thousandths.
Place value charts can help your child to better understand decimal numbers:
Look for examples of these numbers in the real world and point them out to your child.
For example, when filling the car with petrol, ask your child to tell you what the number is by explaining how many tenths, hundredths, or thousandths it has. You could also ask them to round the total price or the total amount of petrol up or down to the nearest whole number, tenth, or hundredth. For instance, if you used 56.784 litres of petrol, you could ask your child to round this to the nearest litre (57L), tenth (56.8L), or hundredth (56.78L).
5. Investigate percentages
In Year 5, your child will be introduced to percentages. Talk about how ‘percent’ means ‘number of parts per hundred’.
Sales at the shops can provide great real-life opportunities to work with percentages. For example, you could ask your child to help you work out the sale price of an item. If there is 30% off a T-shirt and the full price is £9.99, what is 30% of the full price and what is the sale price?
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Differentiated resources for Spring Block 2 (Fractions) in small steps for KS2 children in Year 5. Each small step contains a pack of resources which include a teaching PowerPoint, a varied fluency worksheet pack (in three differentiated levels) and a reasoning and problem solving worksheet pack (in 3 differentiated levels). Coverage of the Spring Block 2 (Fractions) small steps include equivalent fractions, improper fractions to mixed numbers, mixed numbers to improper fractions, number sequences, compare and order less than 1, compare and order more than 1, add and subtract fractions, add fractions within 1, add 3 or more fractions, add fractions, add mixed numbers, subtract fractions, subtract mixed numbers, subtract 2 mixed numbers, multiply by an integer, fraction of an amount, and fractions as operators. These Spring Block 2 (Fractions) resources have been designed with the relevant Year 5 curriculum objectives in mind.
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Improper fractions to mixed numbers, mixed numbers to improper fractions, number sequences, compare and order fractions less than 1, compare and order fractions greater than 1, add and subtract fractions, add fractions within 1, add 3 or more fractions, add fractions, add mixed numbers, subtract fractions, subtract mixed numbers, subtract mixed numbers 2, subtract 2 mixed numbers, multiply unit fractions by an integer, multiply non-unit fractions by an integer, multiply mixed numbers by integers, calculate a fraction of a quantity, fraction of an amount, find the whole, using fractions as operators, 5 spring block 2 consolidation pack.
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Calculate a Fraction of a Quantity – Reasoning and Problem Solving
This worksheet includes a range of reasoning and problem solving questions for pupils to practise the main skill of calculating a fraction of a quantity.
Calculate a Fraction of a Quantity – Discussion Problems
This worksheet includes a discussion problem that can be used in pairs or in small groups to enable pupils to further their understanding of the concepts linked to calculating a fraction of a quantity.
Calculate a Fraction of a Quantity – Extension
This worksheet includes a range of varied fluency and reasoning and problem solving questions for pupils to further extend and practise the main skill of calculating a fraction of a quantity.
Calculate a Fraction of a Quantity – Varied Fluency
This worksheet includes a range of Varied Fluency questions for pupils to practise the main skill of calculating the fraction of a quantity.
Find the Whole – Discussion Problems
This worksheet includes a discussion problem that can be used in pairs or in small groups to enable pupils to further their understanding of the concepts linked to finding the whole with fractions.
Find the Whole – Extension
This worksheet includes a range of varied fluency and reasoning and problem solving questions for pupils to further extend and practise the main skill of finding the whole with fractions.
Find the Whole – Reasoning and Problem Solving
This worksheet includes a range of reasoning and problem solving questions for pupils to practise the main skill of finding the whole with fractions.
Find the Whole – Varied Fluency
This worksheet includes a range of varied fluency questions for pupils to practise the main skill of finding the whole with fractions.
Find Fractions Equivalent to a Non-Unit Fraction – Reasoning and Problem Solving
This worksheet includes a range of reasoning and problem solving questions for pupils to practise the main skill of finding fractions equivalent to a non-unit fraction.
Find Fractions Equivalent to a Non-Unit Fraction – Extension
This worksheet includes a range of varied fluency and reasoning and problem solving questions for pupils to further extend and practise the main skill of Find Fractions Equivalent to a Non-Unit Fraction.
Find Fractions Equivalent to a Non-Unit Fraction – Discussion Problems
This worksheet includes a discussion problem that can be used in pairs or in small groups to enable pupils to further their understanding of the concepts linked to Find Fractions Equivalent to a Non-Unit Fraction.
Find Fractions Equivalent to a Unit Fraction – Reasoning and Problem Solving
This worksheet includes a range of reasoning and problem solving questions for pupils to practise the main skill of finding fractions equivalent to a unit fraction.
Find Fractions Equivalent to a Non-Unit Fraction – Varied Fluency
This worksheet includes a range of varied fluency questions for pupils to practise the main skill of finding fractions equivalent to a non-unit fraction.
Find Fractions Equivalent to a Unit Fraction – Extension
This worksheet includes a range of varied fluency and reasoning and problem solving questions for pupils to further extend and practise the main skill of Find Fractions Equivalent to a Unit Fraction.
Find Fractions Equivalent to a Unit Fraction – Discussion Problems
This worksheet includes a discussion problem that can be used in pairs or in small groups to enable pupils to further their understanding of the concepts linked to Find Fractions Equivalent to a Unit Fraction.
Find Fractions Equivalent to a Unit Fraction – Varied Fluency
This worksheet includes a range of varied fluency questions for pupils to practise the main skill of finding fractions equivalent to a unit fraction.
Fractions Consolidation Year 5 Spring Block 2 Reasoning and Problem Solving
These Fractions worksheets are fantastic at helping your pupils practice their reasoning and problem solving skills. This pack contains two different question types for Year 5 Spring Block 2.
Free Year 5 Equivalent Fractions Lesson Slides
These interactive Year 5 Equivalent Fractions Lesson Slides are designed to support your teaching of this objective.
Free Year 5 Equivalent Fractions Lesson
This Free Year 5 Equivalent Fractions lesson includes teaching slides, prior learning, worksheets, interactive activities and extensions.
Equivalent Fractions Year 5 Fractions Free Resource Pack
Step 1: Equivalent Fractions Year 5 Resource Pack includes a teaching PowerPoint and differentiated varied fluency and reasoning and problem solving resources for Spring Block 2.
Free Year 5 Fractions Consolidation Steps 1, 2 and 3
Step 1, 2 and 3: Giuseppe is a pizza chef selling his pizzas at a local food market. He receives an order that requires the knowledge of equivalent fractions to calculate how many slices of his pizza should have olives on. The next day he tries to sell a new creation of pizza. He needs help to work out the fraction of pizza he has to sell as an improper fraction, so that he knows how many slices he has. At the end of the day, he needs to calculate how much pizza he has left as a mixed number.
Free Year 5 Equivalent Fractions IWB Fractions Activity
Step 1: This Year 5 Equivalent Fractions IWB Activity includes three questions designed to consolidate pupils' understanding of finding equivalent fractions.
Year 5 Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers Lesson Slides
These interactive Year 5 Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers Lesson Slides are designed to support your teaching of this objective.
Year 5 Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers Lesson
This Year 5 Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers lesson includes teaching slides, prior learning, worksheets, interactive activities and extensions.
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5th Grade Fractions Worksheets
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Differentiated Equivalent Fractions Homework
Age range: 7-11
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Differentiated Equivalent Fractions Homework activity - aimed and used with a mixed ability year 5 class.
The sheet covers; writing equivalent fractions using a diagram, identifying the odd one out, filling in the missing numbers,and solving worded problems. It moves through fluency, reasoning and problem solving questions. I designed this for use with one of my Year 5 classes, but could also be used in Year 6.
This activity could also be used as part of a lesson.
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These are a collection of my Fractions resources. I have used all of these resources with a Year 5 class. The resources could also be used in KS2 as revision activities, for example in Y6. They follow the mastery approach and follow fluency, reasoning and problem solving. Resources cover: * Adding & Subtracting * Comparing Fractions * Equivalent Fractions * Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers * Homework sheets * Multiplying fractions by a whole number Some of the sheets include answers and differentiation for HA, MA and LA pupils. This bundle is a great bargain over purchasing the resources individually.
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Math worksheets: Finding equivalent fractions
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Free Year 5 Maths Worksheets And Homework – Download, Print, Or View Online
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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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).
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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!
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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’.
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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.
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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).
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Welcome to the fractions worksheets page at Math-Drills.com where the cup is half full! This is one of our more popular pages most likely because learning fractions is incredibly important in a person's life and it is a math topic that many approach with trepidation due to its bad rap over the years. Fractions really aren't that difficult to master especially with the support of our wide selection of worksheets.
This page includes Fractions worksheets for understanding fractions including modeling, comparing, ordering, simplifying and converting fractions and operations with fractions. We start you off with the obvious: modeling fractions. It is a great idea if students can actually understand what a fraction is, so please do spend some time with the modeling aspect. Relating modeling to real life helps a great deal too as it is much easier to relate to half a cookie than to half a square. Ask most students what you get if you add half a cookie and another half a cookie, and they'll probably let you know that it makes one delicious snack.
The other fractions worksheets on this page are devoted to helping students understand the concept of fractions. From comparing and ordering to simplifying and converting... by the time students master the material on this page, operations of fractions will be a walk in the park.
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General Use Fractions Printables
Fraction circle manipulatives are mainly used for comparing fractions, but they can be used for a variety of other purposes such as representing and identifying fractions, adding and subtracting fractions, and as probability spinners. There are a variety of options depending on your purpose. Fraction circles come in small and large versions, labeled and unlabeled versions and in three different color schemes: black and white, color, and light gray. The color scheme matches the fraction strips and use colors that are meant to show good contrast among themselves. Do note that there is a significant prevalence of color-blindness in the population, so don't rely on all students being able to differentiate the colors.
Suggested activity for comparing fractions: Photocopy the black and white version onto an overhead projection slide and another copy onto a piece of paper. Alternatively, you can use two pieces of paper and hold them up to the light for this activity. Use a pencil to represent the first fraction on the paper copy. Use a non-permanent overhead pen to represent the second fraction. Lay the slide over the paper and compare the two circles. You should easily be able to tell which is greater or lesser or if the two fractions are equal. Re-use both sheets by erasing the pencil and washing off the marker.
Adding fractions with fraction circles will involve two copies on paper. Cut out the fraction circles and segments of one copy and leave the other copy intact. To add 1/3 + 1/2, for example, place a 1/3 segment and a 1/2 segment into a circle and hold it over various fractions on the intact copy to see what 1/2 + 1/3 is equivalent to. 5/6 or 10/12 should work.
Fractions strips are often used for comparing fractions. Students are able to see quite easily the relationships and equivalence between fractions with different denominators. It can be quite useful for students to have two copies: one copy cut into strips and the other copy kept intact. They can then use the cut-out strips on the intact page to individually compare fractions. For example, they can use the halves strip to see what other fractions are equivalent to one-half. This can also be accomplished with a straight edge such as a ruler without cutting out any strips. Pairs or groups of strips can also be compared side-by-side if they are cut out. Addition and subtraction (etc.) are also possibilities; for example, adding a one-quarter and one-third can be accomplished by shifting the thirds strip so that it starts at the end of one-quarter then finding a strip that matches the end of the one-third mark (7/12 should do it).
Teachers might consider copying the fraction strips onto overhead projection acetates for whole class or group activities. Acetate versions are also useful as a hands-on manipulative for students in conjunction with an uncut page.
The "Smart" Fraction Strips include strips in a more useful order, eliminate the 7ths and 11ths strips as they don't have any equivalents and include 15ths and 16ths. The colors are consistent with the classic versions, so the two sets can be combined.
Modeling Fractions Worksheets
Besides using the worksheets below, you can also try some more interesting ways of modeling fractions. Healthy snacks can make great models for fractions. Can you cut a cucumber into thirds? A tomato into quarters? Can you make two-thirds of the grapes red and one-third green?
Modeling fractions with groups of shapes
Fractions can represent parts of a group or parts of a whole. In these worksheets, fractions are modeled as parts of a group.
Modeling fractions with rectangles
Modeling fractions with circles
Ratio and Proportion Worksheets
More picture ratios can be found on holiday and seasonal pages. Try searching for picture ratios to find more.
The equivalent fractions models worksheets include only the "baking fractions" in the A versions. To see more difficult and varied fractions, please choose the B to J versions after loading the A version.
Comparing & Ordering Fractions Worksheets
Comparing proper fractions.
Comparing fractions involves deciding which of two fractions is greater in value or if the two fractions are equal in value. There are generally four methods that can be used for comparing fractions. First is to use common denominators . If both fractions have the same denominator, comparing the fractions simply involves comparing the numerators. Equivalent fractions can be used to convert one or both fractions, so they have common denominators. A second method is to convert both fractions to a decimal and compare the decimal numbers. Visualization is the third method. Using something like fraction strips , two fractions can be compared with a visual tool. The fourth method is to use a cross-multiplication strategy where the numerator of the first fraction is multiplied by the denominator of the second fraction; then the numerator of the second fraction is multiplied by the denominator of the first fraction. The resulting products can be compared to decide which fraction is greater (or if they are equal).
Comparing Proper and Improper Fractions
The worksheets in this section also include improper fractions. This might make the task of comparing even easier for some questions that involve both a proper and an improper fraction. If students recognize one fraction is greater than one and the other fraction is less than one, the greater fraction will be obvious.
Comparing Proper, Improper and Mixed Fractions
This section additionally includes mixed fractions. When comparing mixed and improper fractions, it is useful to convert one of the fractions to the other's form either in writing or mentally. Converting to a mixed fraction is probably the better route since the first step is to compare the whole number portions, and if one is greater than the other, the proper fraction portion can be ignored. If the whole number portions are equal, the proper fractions must be compared to see which number is greater.
Ordering fractions on a Number Line
Many of the same strategies that work for comparing fractions also work for ordering fractions. Using manipulatives such as fraction strips, using number lines, or finding decimal equivalents will all have your student(s) putting fractions in the correct order in no time. We've probably said this before, but make sure that you emphasize that when comparing or ordering fractions, students understand that the whole needs to be the same. Comparing half the population of Canada with a third of the population of the United States won't cut it. Try using some visuals to reinforce this important concept. Even though we've included number lines below, feel free to use your own strategies.
The ordering fractions worksheets in this section do not include a number line, to allow for students to use various sorting strategies.
Simplifying & Converting Fractions Worksheets
Rounding fractions helps students to understand fractions a little better and can be applied to estimating answers to fractions questions. For example, if one had to estimate 1 4/7 × 6, they could probably say the answer was about 9 since 1 4/7 is about 1 1/2 and 1 1/2 × 6 is 9.
Learning how to simplify fractions makes a student's life much easier later on when learning operations with fractions. It also helps them to learn that different-looking fractions can be equivalent. One way of demonstrating this is to divide out two equivalent fractions. For example 3/2 and 6/4 both result in a quotient of 1.5 when divided. By practicing simplifying fractions, students will hopefully recognize unsimplified fractions when they start adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing with fractions.
Converting between improper and mixed fractions
Converting between fractions, decimals, percents, and ratios
Operations with Fractions Worksheets
Multiplying fractions is usually less confusing operationally than any other operation and can be less confusing conceptually if approached in the right way. The algorithm for multiplying is simply multiply the numerators then multiply the denominators. The magic word in understanding the multiplication of fractions is, "of." For example what is two-thirds OF six? What is a third OF a half? When you use the word, "of," it gets much easier to visualize fractions multiplication. Example: cut a loaf of bread in half, then cut the half into thirds. One third OF a half loaf of bread is the same as 1/3 x 1/2 and tastes delicious with butter.
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Traditional, dividing fractions.
Conceptually, dividing fractions is probably the most difficult of all the operations, but we're going to help you out. The algorithm for dividing fractions is just like multiplying fractions, but you find the inverse of the second fraction or you cross-multiply. This gets you the right answer which is extremely important especially if you're building a bridge. We told you how to conceptualize fraction multiplication, but how does it work with division? Easy! You just need to learn the magic phrase: "How many ____'s are there in ______? For example, in the question 6 ÷ 1/2, you would ask, "How many halves are there in 6?" It becomes a little more difficult when both numbers are fractions, but it isn't a giant leap to figure it out. 1/2 ÷ 1/4 is a fairly easy example, especially if you think in terms of U.S. or Canadian coins. How many quarters are there in a half dollar?
Adding fractions requires the annoying common denominator. Make it easy on your students by first teaching the concepts of equivalent fractions and least common multiples. Once students are familiar with those two concepts, the idea of finding fractions with common denominators for adding becomes that much easier. Spending time on modeling fractions will also help students to understand fractions addition. Relating fractions to familiar examples will certainly help. For example, if you add a 1/2 banana and a 1/2 banana, you get a whole banana. What happens if you add a 1/2 banana and 3/4 of another banana?
Adding Mixed Fractions Worksheets
A common strategy to use when adding mixed fractions is to convert the mixed fractions to improper fractions, complete the addition, then switch back. Another strategy which requires a little less brainpower is to look at the whole numbers and fractions separately. Add the whole numbers first. Add the fractions second. If the resulting fraction is improper, then it needs to be converted to a mixed number. The whole number portion can be added to the original whole number portion.
There isn't a lot of difference between adding and subtracting fractions. Both require a common denominator which requires some prerequisite knowledge. The only difference is the second and subsequent numerators are subtracted from the first one. There is a danger that you might end up with a negative number when subtracting fractions, so students might need to learn what it means in that case. When it comes to any concept in fractions, it is always a good idea to relate it to a familiar or easy-to-understand situation. For example, 7/8 - 3/4 = 1/8 could be given meaning in the context of a race. The first runner was 7/8 around the track when the second runner was 3/4 around the track. How far ahead was the first runner? (1/8 of the track).
Subtracting Mixed Fractions Worksheets
Various Operations Fractions Worksheets
Mixing up the signs on operations with fractions worksheets makes students pay more attention to what they are doing and allows for a good test of their skills in more than one operation.
Adding and subtracting fractions
Multiplying and dividing fractions
Mixed operations with fractions
Operations with Negative fractions
Although some of these worksheets are single operations, it should be helpful to have all of these in the same location. There are some special considerations when completing operations with negative fractions. It is usually very helpful to change any mixed numbers to an improper fraction before proceeding. It is important to pay attention to the signs and know the rules for multiplying positives and negatives (++ = +, +- = -, -+ = - and -- = +).
Order of Operations with Fractions Worksheets
Order of operations with fractions.
The order of operations worksheets in this section actually reside on the Order of Operations page, but they are included here for your convenience..
Order of operations with decimals & fractions mixed
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