Maths Homework For 5 Year Olds

Maths For Kids

(Mathematics for children aged 6 to 11, year 2 to year 6, grade 1 to grade 5)

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Primary school children can choose between ten levels and various kinds of mathematics exercises :
4 operations (additions, subtractions, multiplications, divisions), problem solving, measuring and metric system exercises, number guessing, ordering numbers, geometry, maths games for kids... And best of all for your child - they are free!

Children are educated through a serie of educational stages. They vary around the world, some countries describe the different stages in years, whereas other countries use a system of grades.

Primary education around the world


(Primary school)
Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5

(Primary education)
Grade 1Grade 2Grade 3Grade 4Grade 5
(Primary school)

Key Stage 1
Year 2

Key Stage 2
Year 3
Key Stage 2
Year 4
Key Stage 2
Year 5
Key Stage 2
Year 6

(Primary school)
1st class2nd class3rd class4th class5th class
Northern Ireland
(Primary school)

Key stage 1
Primary 3

Key Stage 1
Primary 4
Key Stage 2
Primary 5
Key Stage 2
Primary 6
Key Stage 2
Primary 7
Primary 3

Primary 4Primary 5Primary 6Primary 7

United States
(Elementary school)
1st Grade2nd Grade3rd Grade4th Grade5th Grade

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