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Year 5 Multiples Worksheets | KS2 Multiplication & Division | Primary Maths

Year 5 | Multiples Worksheets

In these Year 5 multiples worksheets, there are six various one-digit numbers shown. The task is for your class to write down five multiples for each of these numbers, making sure they don’t exceed 100. After that, pupils will need to identify a common multiple for two specified numbers, like 4 and 10. To conclude, the worksheet includes statements about multiples. Learners are required to read each statement and provide examples to explain whether the statement is correct or incorrect.

With the help of these Year 5 multiples worksheets, engaging with multiples improves children’s fluency in multiplication, helping them quickly recall and apply multiplication facts. Working with multiples helps children develop a strong understanding of the concept of multiples and how they relate to multiplication.

Our Year 5 multiples worksheets are aligned with KS2 multiplication and division on the primary national curriculum. All of our Year 5 multiplication worksheets can be combined with your ideas for primary maths activities, learning resources, teaching material, visual aids, games, differentiation, display boards, homework, and lesson plans.

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