By the end of Year 5 children will be using efficient written methods for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Learning these efficient, or standard, methods of calculating should only take place when children can add or subtract 2-digit numbers in their heads and have a sound knowledge of times tables.

Children should be able to read and plot co-ordinates and draw shapes accurately using a set square. Measuring and drawing angles is also introduced.We have arranged all our Year 5 Maths Worksheets (age 9-10) into the following categories. Each has many resources within so why not jump in and explore the site?

- Number and Place Value
- Addition
- Subtraction
- Multiplication
- Fractions and Decimals
- Division
- Geometry
- Measuring
- Handling Data
- Challenges and Investigations
- Year 5 Mental Arithmetic

Our most popular Year 5 Maths Worksheets (age 9-10). Each of these resources has been selected due to the number of times they have been viewed by our members.

The easiest way to read large numbers is to think of them as blocks of three, starting with hundreds, tens and units.

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6 pages

Understanding place value is crucial to being able to read large numbers.

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4 pages

Even adults can have problems reading numbers in the millions!

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7 pages

What numbers do digits represent? It all depends on their place.

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4 pages

A quick look back including multiplying and dividing by 10 and 100, ‘in your head’.

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6 pages

Here we have some word problems which can all be solved by multiplying or dividing by 10 or 100.

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5 pages

Comparing numbers, lengths and amounts and finding the number half way between two others.

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8 pages

Number lines with numbers only at each end make it tricky to say where the arrows are placed. Some degree of error has to expected with this task!

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5 pages