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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Ancient Egypt Map Ancient Egypt Map Get all the dirt (or should we say sand?) on one of the most famous ancient cultures in this trivia worksheet.
Geologic Time Periods Geologic Time Periods Get to know your Jurassic from your Cretaceous in this handy geologic time periods chart.
Fill in the blanks to create your own anatomy study guides.
Squid, Snails and More! Small Animal Anatomy Fill in the blanks to create your own anatomy study guides.
If your 5th grader doesn't need to know his algebra and geometry yet, it's coming soon. Help him get ahead of the game with these worksheets. While many students are intimidated by these subjects, others find them an exciting new way to use math.
Algebra and Geometry Challenges for 5th Grade If your 5th grader doesn't need to know his algebra and geometry yet, it's coming soon.
Looking for a fun way to teach your 5th grader about decimals? Make him the scorekeeper for these decimal dart games for great practice on adding up decimals.
Darting Decimals Looking for a fun way to teach your 5th grader about decimals?
Blood Blood Dive deep into your body's circulatory system with this worksheet on blood and what it's made of.
Correcting Run-On Sentences Correcting Run-On Sentences Take a crack at correcting run-on sentences (all based on classic Shakespeare quotes) in this page from one of our upcoming workbooks.
How to Write Titles How to Write Titles Learn how to write titles with this page from our new punctuation workbook.
Direct Address Direct Address Practice writing and saying direct address questions with this page from our upcoming punctuation workbook.
Tag Questions Tag Questions Learn how to properly write and say tag questions, a special kind of question that has a short "tag" word or phrase at the end, with this fun excerpt from our upcoming punctuation workbook.
Yes or No Answers Yes or No Answers Aye, matey...this worksheet about how to properly write yes or no answers is a swashbuckling good time!
Introductory Elements Introductory Elements No, introductory elements aren't hellos and how-do-you-dos--they're a little piece of a sentence that gets things started.
Commas in a List Commas in a List In this page from our punctuation workbook, students can learn how to properly use commas in a list.
Calculating Volume Calculating Volume his worksheet gives kids practice in calculating volume, a basic skill for geometry and upper-level math.
The Other Side of the Story The Other Side of the Story This Thanksgiving, think about the other side of the story: the one that the Native people of Massachusetts might tell.
Mutliplying Multi-Digit Numbers Mutliplying Multi-Digit Numbers Practice multiplying multi-digit numbers in this multiplication worksheet that's filled with equations, from easy to challenging.
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.