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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Road Trip Trivia Road Trip Trivia This U.S. geography worksheet's a winner for backseat entertainment, geography practice, or just because!
A Stately Crossword A Stately Crossword Looking for a fun way to help your fifth grader memorize the state capitals?
Division Game: Western USA Division Game: Western USA Detective Zoey Chase needs your child's help.
Where is the Liver? Where is the Liver? Where is your liver located in your body? Using the diagram as a reference, kids cut out the different parts of the liver from this worksheet and piece them together to see how all of the organ's different components function as a whole!
Suffrage Suffrage Learn more about suffrage and the struggle for women's voting rights in this in-depth social studies worksheet about women's suffrage in the United States.
The Tain The Tain The Tain, formally known as Tain Bo Cuailnge, is an epic from early Irish literature.
Make Your Own Superhero Comic Make Your Own Superhero Comic If your child doesn't much care for writing, but loves comic books, graphic novels, and superhero movies, this worksheet just might convince him to pick up his pen.
Plot Diagram Plot Diagram Is your student a budding fiction writer? Start her career off on the right foot with this plot diagram worksheet.
Regions of the Brain Regions of the Brain What are the functions of the different regions of the brain?
Everyday Zombie Everyday Zombie Zombies always have such a bad rep. Imagine a day in the life from the point of view of a zombie kid!
Number Patterns: Treasure Hunt Number Patterns: Treasure Hunt Math is all about finding patterns, but this worksheet has a secret message encoded in the patterns!
Probability Darts 2 Probability Darts 2 Build on fraction math skills and strengthen probability understanding with this series of worksheets.
Money Writing Prompt Money Writing Prompt What if you had $1,000, but you couldn't spend it on yourself?
Musher Math Word Problems Musher Math Word Problems This worksheet offers fifth graders a chance to learn about a fascinating true story, and also provides some great related word problems practice.
Shrink Ray Contractions #1 Shrink Ray Contractions #1 The shrink ray targets word pairs and shrinks them into contractions.
Build Vocabulary 1 Build Vocabulary 1 What's another word for enigmatic? What's an exodus?
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.