Year 5 Maths: Number and Place Value-Online Study, Practice and Assessment

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:

  1. Number and Place Value:
  2. Addition and Subtraction:
    • 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.
  3. Multiplication and Division:
    • 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.
  4. Fractions:
    • 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.
  5. 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.
  6. Measurement:
    • 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.
  7. Geometry:
    • 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.
  8. Statistics and Data Handling:
    • 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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