Fifth Grade Worksheets and Printables

Whether you're preparing your fifth grader for their next school lesson or want them to brush up on their critical thinking skills, there's a worksheet here for you! From reading comprehension to math to social studies, these worksheets offer teacher approved lessons for you to use at home or to supplement your lessons in the classroom. Help your student get ahead with our middle school worksheets.
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Snowflake Sudoku - Challenging Snowflake Sudoku - Challenging Don't let your mind go numb this winter break!
Algebraic Expressions Algebraic Expressions Give your child a jump start on some essential algebra skills!
Creative Writing: Snow Storm Creative Writing: Snow Storm Snow can be beautiful or scary! Your little author can decide what he'll do on his day off in the midst of a snow storm with this writing prompt.
Plate Tectonics Plate Tectonics Discover the science behind earthquakes and volcanoes with this worksheet on plate tectonics.
Have your 5th grader warm up with these fun baseball-themed puzzles, and soon he'll be hitting pre-algebra out of the park!
Pre-Algebra Puzzles Have your 5th grader warm up with these fun baseball-themed puzzles, and soon he'll be hitting pre-algebra out of the park!
Fifth grade geography can be tough, but you can also make it fun with these cool U.S. state puzzles.
U.S. State Puzzles Fifth grade geography can be tough, but you can also make it fun with these cool U.S.
Expanded Form Expanded Form Learn to write numbers in expanded form! This worksheet focuses on decimals and how to write them in expanded form using fractions.
Human Anatomy: Ear, Nose, Throat Human Anatomy: Ear, Nose, Throat See just how connected the ears, nose and throat are!
Peter Pan Analysis 1 Peter Pan Analysis 1 "We can fly! We can fly" Your child may never fly, but she'll have a soaring good time with this Peter Pan story and worksheet.
What is a Nebula? What is a Nebula? Did you know there are clouds in space? They are very different than the ones on Earth!
Egyptian God Anubis Egyptian God Anubis Get acquainted with a famous Egyptian god, Anubis, the god of mummification!
The Big Bang The Big Bang How was our solar system created? Read a bit about one of the most well-known theories in this worksheet about the Big Bang.
How Do Moons Form? How Do Moons Form? Our solar system has hundreds of moons! Read a bit about how a moon is formed with this lunar lesson.
Egyptian God Khnum Egyptian God Khnum Did you know that the gods of ancient Egypt were worshiped over 3,000 years ago?
Decimals in Expanded Form Decimals in Expanded Form Got a math whiz on your hands? Give him some supplemental work practicing writing decimal numbers in expanded form.
Egyptian Goddess Isis Egyptian Goddess Isis Learn about an important part of cultural history: the gods and goddess of ancient Egypt!
Whether you're preparing your fifth grader for their next school lesson or want them to brush up on their critical thinking skills, there's a worksheet here for you! From reading comprehension to math to social studies, these worksheets offer teacher approved lessons for you to use at home or to supplement your lessons in the classroom. Help your student get ahead with our middle school worksheets.

Fifth Grade Math and Reading Practice

Fifth grade is a crucial time for students! As they transition to middle school or junior high, having a firm grasp on fundamental skills will help them succeed. Use our printable resources to provide targeted practice in key areas, such as these fifth grade reading comprehension worksheets. Here is a general snapshot of the key skills your fifth grader will learn this year:

  • Language Arts: Fifth graders are learning to analyze key aspects of literature, such as plot, setting, and characters. The focus of fifth grade writing is on editing their own work.
  • Math: Fifth graders will learn to apply the skills they are learning, such as fractions, decimals, and percents, to solve for real-world problems.
  • Science: In science, fifth graders learn about the Earth's atmosphere and the solar system, as well as exploring chemical reactions.
  • Social Studies: This year, kids will delve into American history and be more accountable for important dates and historical figures.