Year 5 Number – number and place value includes;
Reading, writing, comparing, and ordering numbers up to at least one million (1,000,000) – and to determine the value of each digit in large numbers. For example, what value is the “2” in the number 11,320,345?
Counting backwards and forwards in steps and powers of ten (e.g., 10, 100, and 1000) – up to 1,000,000.
Counting backwards and forwards with positive and negative numbers, including through zero. For example, working with number sequences such as -100, -50, 0, 50, 100, etc.
Rounding numbers up to 1,000,000 to the nearest 10, 100, 1000, etc.
Solving maths problems (in numbers and words) that involve all of the above.
Roman numerals up to 1000. This includes being able to recognise years written as Roman numerals. For example, 2023 = MMXXIII.
Buy the Year 5 Number and place value pack
The pack is 15 pages of Year 5 number and place value questions, including all of the above mentioned items, along with an answer sheet and certificate of completion page. All for an amazing price of only £1.95!
After purchase you can immediately download and print the pack
Sample Pages from the Y5 Number and place value pack
Free Year 5 Number place and value Worksheet
Click here to download a two page free worksheet – one page of questions and one of answers.
These pages use different numbers from the pack you can buy.
Buy the Year 5 Bundle
Buying all nine Year 5 packs is a great way to save.
Instead of £17.55 it’s only £12.95 for all nine Year 5 packs (that’s 26% off!).
You can download and print the packs immediately after purchase.
What happens if the pack is updated in the future?
If we update a pack you’ve bought, for any reason, you’ll automatically receive an email with a link to the new version of the pack.
The Key Aims of Year 5 Key Stage Maths
During Year 5 Key Stage Maths, pupils should extend their understanding of numbers, understanding the linkage between multiplication and division with fractions, decimals, percentages and ratio.
Pupils are expected to learn more complex properties of numbers, and to be able to apply their knowledge to problems requiring mental methods of calculation.
Pupils are introduced to algebra as a way of solving a variety of problems.
The use of geometry is also used throughout Year 5 to help consolidate a pupils understanding of numbers and their relation to angles, shapes, and transformations.