Year 5 Science Workbooks
In Year 5 children continue to develop their calculation skills with larger numbers and analyse longer and more complicated reading texts.At the end of Year 5, children will normally have structured 'SATs like' tests in their maths, reading comprehension and spelling, punctuation and grammar.
“Where do babies come from?” and “Why are the windows a...
“Where do babies come from?” and “Why are the windows all frosty?” are common questions in a Year..
This friendly, colourful book covers all the topics in ...
This friendly, colourful book covers all the topics in the National Curriculum for 7-11 year olds..
A new title in the hugely successful Clever Kids series, t...
A new title in the hugely successful Clever Kids series, this book is brimming with games to test ch..
This book contains a variety of question types covering...
This book contains a variety of question types covering all the topics in the National Curriculum..
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Year 5 is the third year of Key Stage 2 and children's knowledge will build on what was learned in previous years.
In Maths children will be expected to be confident with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. They will need to demonstrate using all four operations with larger numbers (three digits and then four digits). They should also be able to see how maths fits into everyday life, and other areas of study.
Children will continue to learn about fractions, decimals and percentages. They will need to calculate the area and perimeter of different shapes and need to solve measurement problems that involve converting between units of measurement. They will learn to draw and measure angles and also calculate the size of missing angles.
In English, children will continue to broaden their range of reading genres, use their skills of inference of characters' motives and feelings and begin understanding figurative language. They will also learn to spell a variety of more sophisticated words with different prefixes and suffixes.
When writing, children will need to select words carefully in order to demonstrate their full vocabulary. They will be expected to use brackets, dashes and commas correctly.