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!
Practice calculating the area of triangles with this worksheet. Your child will use basic multiplication and division skills to find the area of each triangle.
What do reading and math have in common? It takes geometry to find the area of the surface of a book, magazine or notebook!
Introduce your child to algebra with this 5th grade worksheet in which your child will use algebraic equations to find the missing length of each rectangle.
Robotics requires math. All these robots need is for you to calculate the area of their square bodies.
There's more to cars than driving! Practice calculating the area of a trapezoid using these colorful cars as a guide.
This mysterious math sheet is full of fun for your geometry student! He'll plot these points on a coordinate grid to reveal a picture.
Does your child need a little more practice finding the area of a triangle? This worksheet will give her all the practice she needs!
Have a little fun with graphing practice in the big city! Math students will love plotting points on this coordinate grid as they see a mystery picture emerge.
Your child will determine the winner of each boxing match by figuring out which box has the most surface area.
This fun geometry worksheet provides essential practice in finding the area of a triangle.
Make surface area fun with this "boxing" match worksheet. Each box has a different surface area, and the biggest box is the winner!