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Grade 5 Maths

Offline Educational Software For Grade 5 Maths

Help your child succeed on their Grade 5 maths journey with iRainbow’s user-friendly software

Ideally in tune with the South African curriculum and crafted for offline learning, our programme transforms maths into an engaging and enjoyable experience. Your child will tackle important topics like measurement, delve into the world of space and shapes, and get practical experience with data handling. They’ll also uncover the secrets of patterns, functions and algebra and dive into the interplay of numbers, operations and relationships. With iRainbow, maths becomes a fun-filled adventure, boosting your child’s confidence and readying them for more advanced maths concepts.

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What Parents Say

I’m really impressed with iRainbow! It’s so easy to use and my kids love it! They are getting better marks in maths as a result. The amount of exercises and assessments is huge, and the report system is excellent. Best of all, you don’t need an internet connection to use it. – which is great if you are traveling or don’t have a signal. The service is fantastic too! Really responsive and helpful. Overall, I cannot recommend iRainbow enough!
Metthew Msiza
A mother with her two children
As an Educator I’m really impressed with Rainbow! The product is amazing and the kids can spend hours on it without getting bored. The videos are top-notch and running buddies are so cure – they add a lot of fun to the experience. Overall I highly recommend it.
Dr. Tiffany Louw
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If your’re looking for an educational software tool that is great results. Rainbow is a great option. I love how simple it is to get started – your child can be up and running in minutes. And the amount of content and exercises available really helps improve their maths skills. I’ve seen a huge improvement in my kid’s maths marks since using Rainbow by 40%!
Kuvashnee Naidoo


Grade 5 Maths Curriculum

Basic Number Skills

  • Number values
  • Place value conversions
  • Number comparisons
  • Number names
  • Roman numbers
  • Odds and Evens

Add and Subtract

  • Basic Addition and subtraction
  • Solve the word problems
  • Complete the equations
  • Fill in missing information
  • Choose the right solutions
  • Learn more about addition
  • Inequalities
  • Estimations
  • Solve the problems with estimates

The Wonder of Multiplication

  • Basic multiplication
  • Solve the problems
  • Multiplication patterns
  • Working with zero
  • Numbers ending with zero
  • Combinations: Addition and multiplication
  • Know the Properties of multiplication
  • Numbers and products
  • Guess or estimate?
  • Guesswork to solve problems
  • Multiplication formats: (boxes)
  • Multiplication formats: lattice
  • Find the missing steps
  • Two digit multipliers
  • Larger numbers
  • Word problems to solve
  • Multiply combinations
  • Solve larger equations
  • Solve more word problems
  • ID the inequalities

The Magic of Division

  • The basic facts of division
  • The basics – word problems
  • Division with single numbers
  • Single number division word problems
  • Division: Remainders
  • Multiplication and division relationship
  • Division skills: Estimations
  • Estimations: Word problems
  • Division patterns
  • Division with number ending on zero
  • Word problems with numbers ending in zero
  • Choose the correct solution

Rules and Theories

  • Prime and Composite numbers
  • Factorise with Prime numbers
  • Rules of divisibility
  • Solve the Word riddles
  • Highest common Factor (HCF)
  • Lowest common multiple (LCM)

Understanding Decimals

  • What number is that?
  • About decimals and fractions
  • Word expressions
  • Decimal place values
  • Standard to decimal conversions
  • Equivalence
  • Rounding decimals
  • Number lines
  • Comparisons on number lines
  • Interesting comparisons
  • Arrange in correct order
  • Conversions: Fractions to decimals
  • Conversions: Decimals to fractions
  • Conversions: Standard to expanded
  • Compare on number lines
  • Decimals and fractions: Comparisons
  • Arrange in the right order

Decimals: Addition and Subtraction

  • Basic combinations
  • Decimal addition and subtraction: word problems
  • Find the correct solution
  • Complete the equation
  • Identify the inequalities
  • Estimations

The Small World: Fractions

  • About fractions
  • Solve word problems
  • Groups: Solve problems
  • Equivalence (similar)
  • Fractions in lowest terms
  • Conversions: Improper to mixed fractions
  • Position fractions on number lines
  • Compare mixed numbers and fractions
  • Arrange in the right order
  • Work with fractions
  • Geometric sequences
  • Rounding skills

Adding and Subtracting Fractions

  • Breaking things down
  • Number lines: Using the same denominator
  • Same denominators
  • Word problems: same denominators
  • Using mixed denominators
  • Word problems: Mixed denominators
  • Working with ten and hundred
  • Adding multiple fractions
  • Solve problems
  • Complete the sentence
  • Inequalities
  • Solve problems with estimation skills

Mixing It Up

  • Mixing it all
  • Solve the word problems
  • Number expressions

Detective work: Solving Problems

  • Solve the problems
  • Identify missing information
  • Guess and solve
  • The correct order of things
  • Venn diagrams
  • Price lists to solve problems

The Riddle of Ratio’s

  • What is the ratio?
  • Word problems with ratios
  • Equivalent or same value ratios
  • Write the ratio
  • Using tables
  • Unit rates as ratio’s
  • Drawings to solve ratio problems

Brainfood: Patterns and Sequences

  • The next shape
  • Complete the sequence
  • Make a pattern
  • The next row
  • Increasing numbers
  • Geometric sequences
  • Determine the rule!
  • Solve the word problem
  • Mixed sequences

Never get lost! Coordinates.

  • Finding things on a map
  • Positioning of things
  • The coordinate plane

Writing Equations and Expressions

  • Write an algebraic expression
  • Variable expressions as word problems
  • Consider these expressions
  • Write a word problem
  • Working with equations
  • Find the missing value
  • Using a table
  • Tables and graphs
  • Two variables
  • Write a two variable equation

Making Information Visible: Data and Graphs

  • Understand tables
  • Line graphs
  • Bar graphs
  • Pictographs
  • Histograms
  • Line plots
  • Frequency charts
  • Stem-and -leaf plots
  • Pie charts
  • Which graph to use

Statistics: Working with Data

  • Mean, median and mode
  • Find the missing word
  • Find mean, median or mode
  • About probability
  • Determine probability
  • Use data to predict
  • Work with data

Working with Money

  • Working with money
  • Scenarios to resolve

2D Shapes

  • Identify the polygon
  • How many sides?
  • Regular and irregular shapes
  • Parallel, perpendicular or intersecting?
  • Angles
  • Use a protractor
  • Types of triangles
  • ID the parallel sides
  • Parallelograms
  • Trapeziums
  • Rectangles
  • Rhombuses
  • Quadrilaterals

Geometric Symmetry, Congruence and Rotations

  • About symmetry
  • Rotations
  • Distinguish Reflection, rotation or symmetry
  • Congruence

3D Shapes

  • Three-dimensional figures
  • Vertices, edges and faces
  • Using nets
  • Differing perspectives

Measuring Shapes

  • Perimeter
  • Determine area
  • Squares and rectangles
  • Area and Perimeter
  • Volume

Time: How We Manage the World

  • Work with time
  • Use time units
  • Calculate elapsed time
  • Solve start and end time problems
  • 12 hour and 24 hour conversions
  • 12 Hour Time Zones
  • 24 Hour Time zones
  • Schedule in 12 hour ones
  • Schedule in 24 hour ones
  • Interesting aspects of time

How We Measure Things

  • Which metric?
  • Length
  • Mass
  • Volume
  • Temperatures
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Organised Stages of Learning

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Compatibility with Various Devices (Including Upcoming iOS Support)

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Self-Updating Online

When an internet connection is available, iRainbow updates itself automatically to provide users with the most recent features and curriculum improvements.

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