Useful Mathematics websites for Year 5
A range of time limited games to sharpen mental maths skills.
Games to develop knowledge of place value or hundreds, tens and units.
Addition and subtraction
These addition and subtraction games make practising sums fun and enjoyable. They can help you to get quicker at working out answers mentally. As the sums change each time you play the games you will be able to keep practising to improve your addition and subtraction skills.
Games to help children to reason mathematically, a vital skill if they are to learn to solve problems.
Data handling maths games aimed at Key Stage 2 children including activities such as carroll diagrams, block graphs, mode, median, mean and range, probability and frequency diagrams with tallying.
This collection is based on measuring activities such as clock games, measuring capacity and lengths. The time games are progressive in difficulty.
Shape, position and movement
These fun maths games can help children recognise 2d and 3d shapes and understand the properties of shapes. There are maths games where children can practise finding lines of symmetry and recognise symmetrical shapes. Also included are coordinates games which give children hands on practise at identifying locations on grids, angles games and activities on areas and perimeters.
Fractions and decimals
They cover a range of skills from identifying basic fractions of shapes and numbers of objects to ordering fractions and converting fractions to decimals or percentages. There are also games involving finding equivalences and cancelling down.
These fun money games for kids can help children to understand the value of UK coins, how to count money and work out change. They also include problem solving money activities.