## Year 5 Multiplication Worksheets

Year 5 multiplication worksheets for children who are age 9 - 10. These multiplication worksheets are differentiated and colourful. Pupils in year 5 are expected to multiply by 1-12 and use this knowledge to multiply by 25 and 50. Year 5 pupils are expected to multiply by 10 and 100, and use this knowledge to multiply by multiples of 10 and 100. For example 30 x 14. Most pupils in year 5 will be able to multiply 2-digits by 2-digits and 3-digits by 1-digit, and 4-digits by 1 digit. From basic multiplication facts to more complex problems, these worksheets cover a wide range of topics to ensure students have a solid understanding of multiplication concepts. Whether it's practicing times tables or solving word problems, these worksheets offer a valuable resource for teachers and parents to support children's mathematical development.## Multiplying by X

Multiplication by 9 20 and 25 (Medium)

Mental Multiplication (Medium)

Matching Multiplication (Hard)

## Multiplying by 10 and 100

Multiplying 10 (A) (Easy)

Multiplying 10 (B) (Easy)

Multiplying 100 (A) (Easy)

Multiplying 100 (B) (Easy)

Multiplication by 10 (D) (Hard)

Multiplication by 100 (B) (Hard)

## Multiplying by 2-Digits

Multiplying 2-Digit Numbers (C) (Medium)

Total Miles (Medium)

## Multiplying by 3-Digits

Multiplying 3-Digits by 1-Digit (Medium)

## Multiplying by 4-Digits

Multiplying 4-Digits by 1-Digit (Hard)

## Multiples and Factors

Using Factors to Multiply (Medium)

Multiples and Factors (A) (Medium)

Multiples and Factors (B) (Medium)

## Column Multiplication

Column Multiplication (F) (Medium)

Column Multiplication (G) (Hard)

Column Multiplication (H) (Medium)

Column Multiplication (I) (Hard)

## Multiplication Word Problems

Multiplication Word Problems (Medium)