# Key Stage 2(KS2) Maths-Yr 5/6

Category: Maths

Ages: 7-11
Price: - Paid

Key Stage 2 (KS2) Maths Years 5/6 is structured like a workbook and provides children with lots of opportunities to practise key maths skills. This app covers lots of mathematics topics, including practice with the 4 number operations, decimals, fractions and algebra.

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KS2 (Key Stage 2) Maths presents maths exercises for kids aged 10-11 years. Thousands of maths exercise are available to practice which kids will like and will enjoys learning. There are various of maths exercises to develop various mathematical skills required at this age. There are different sets of exercises for primary school Year 5 and Year 6. All the topics and questions have been prepared according to UK upper Key Stage 2 curriculum.

Year Maths Topics:

Place value (up to 1 million)
Count in steps of powers of 10
Negative Numbers
Round to the nearest 10, 100, 1000, 10000, 100000
Number in words (up to 1 million)
Roman numerals up to 1000 (M)
Decimal Number Sequence
Additions - up to 5-digit numbers
Subtractions - up to 5-digit numbers
Subtractions - Word Problems
Subtractions - Estimate differences
Multiples and Factors
Common Factors
Prime Numbers
Multiplication - 4-digit x 1-digit
Multiplication by 10,100,1000(including decimal nu...
Square and Cube of numbers
Multiplication - word problems
Division - 4-digit / 1-digit
Division by 10,100,1000 (including decimal numbers...
Division - word problems
Mix Operations
Fractions - compare and order fractions
Fractions - Improper factions
Fractions - Mixed numbers and Improper Fractions
Fractions - Multiply fractions by whole number
Fractions - As Percentage (%)
Decimals - Convert fractions to decimal numbers
Decimals - 10ths, 100ths and 1000ths of a number
Decimals - Compare decimals
Decimals - Number Sequence
Decimals - Addition of decimal numbers
Decimals - Subtraction of decimals numbers
Measurement - Metric Unit Conversion
Measurement - imperial Unit Conversion
Measurement - Conversion b/w Metric and Imperial
Geometry - Identify 2D and 3D shapes
And Many Key Stage(KS2) Maths Topics ***

Year 6 Maths Topic:
Place value (up to 10 million)
Negative Numbers
Round to numbers to any accuracy
Number in words(up to 10 million)
Multiplication - 4-digit x 2-digit
Common Multiples
Division - 4-digit / 2-digit
Division - Remainder as whole number/fraction
Common Factors
Prime Numbers
Mix Operations
Fractions - simplyfy fractions
Fractions - make common denominator
Fractions - compare and order fractions
Fractions - Multiply proper fractions
Fractions - Divide proper factions by whole number...
Decimals - Convert fractions to decimal numbers
Decimals - 10ths, 100ths and 1000ths of a number
Decimals - Multiply decimal numbers by whole numbe...
Ratio and Proportion - with the shapes
Ratio and Proportion - Simple ratios
Algebra - simple formulae
Algebra - Linear number sequences
Algebra - express missing number
Algebra - write equations
Algebra - solve equations
Measurement - Metric Unit Conversion
Measurement - imperial Unit Conversion
Measurement - Conversion b/w Metric and Imperial
And Many Key Stage(KS2) Maths Topics ***

The principal focus of mathematics teaching in upper key stage 2 is to ensure that pupils extend their understanding of the number system and place value to include larger integers. This should develop the connections that pupils make between multiplication and division with fractions, decimals, percentages and ratio. At this stage, pupils should develop their ability to solve a wider range of problems, including increasingly complex properties of numbers and arithmetic, and problems demanding efficient written and mental methods of calculation. With this foundation in arithmetic, pupils are introduced to the language of algebra as a means for solving a variety of problems. Teaching in geometry and measures should consolidate and extend knowledge developed in number.

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