Practise division for year 5

What does Practise Maths have to offer?

Practise division for year 5 with Practice Maths! But what does Practise maths have to offer? At Practise Maths, you practice division at your own level. The difficulty of the division sums is adjustable by yourself. Each division table exercise consists of 15 questions. After these 15 questions, your score is displayed. If you get more than 13 correct, your time score is also shown. If you get all 15 correct and beat your previous time, the boxes turn green. This means you're doing well! This way, you practice your math fluency and become faster at division while having fun.

Division Tables (1 to 12)

With Practise Maths, you practice division tables from 1 to 12. You can practice all tables at once or, for example, only the 6 division table. You can also choose to practice specific tables, for example, all odd tables.

In addition to practising division sums for Year 5 You can also play maths games to practice your mathematical fluency. For example, check out the interactive maths game Space Sniper. Here too, you can set which tables you want to practice. At the end of the maths game, you get a high score that you can compare with others. Of course, you can play again to reach the top spot!

How does it work?

Practise Maths was built with the goal of making maths practice accessible, but above all, fun for students. Because you have control over what you want to practice, you can practice according to your own needs and level. Practise Maths is particularly focused on math fluency. This means you become faster at solving problems you already master while playing fun maths games!

The division games and division exercises on Practise Maths are free. So, you don't need a premium subscription to practice division for year 5. If you want, you can play maths games and practice division tables all day long. In addition, Practise Maths.co.uk is constantly updated and filled with new content.

Curriculum

In Year 5, you can already do a lot when it comes to division tables. The following is expected of you:

  • dividing 4 digits by single number digits and interpreting and understanding what is remaining.
  • understanding the following terms: multiples, factors, common factors, prime numbers, square and cube numbers.

By practising your math fluency with Practise Maths, you become better and faster at solving division problems.maths games and maths exercises make this a fun way to prepare for the SAT in Year 6.