5th grade geometry
Help "Bucks" Baxter estimate how much money he has by rounding everything to the nearest thousand.
Get your fifth grader involved in some geometry detective work! With a little practice, it's easy to find the missing base in a series of triangles.
Fifth graders review types of angles, triangles, and polygons in this handy geometry review.
Get your fifth grader involved in some geometry detective work!This fun practice worksheet will teach him how to find the base of a group of triangles.
Is your fifth grader ready to dig a little deeper into geometry? This exercise shows her how to find the surface area of a rectangular prism.
Once your fifth grader has mastered the basics, it's time to start finding the surface areas of 3-D shapes--like cubes.
Yeehaw! Take a trip to the wild west with some covered wagons. Find the area of these wagon wheels as the tumbleweeds go rolling by.
Practice makes perfect! Engage your fifth grader in some geometry vocabulary practice that will ask her to name the parts of a circle.
To complete this worksheet, your child will use basic algebraic equations to find the missing width measurement of each rectangle.
Don't spin out your wheels doing math. Find the area of the tires on the bicycles, and remember that the radius of a circle is one half of the diameter!