Fifth Grade Math Worksheets and Printables

Whether your fifth grader needs some extra practice or could benefit from a fun math challenge, we have fifth grade math worksheets to fit the bill. With topics ranging from long division to algebraic expressions, these fifth grade math worksheets take a comprehensive approach to fifth grade math curriculum. If you are ready to move on from fifth grade math worksheets, try browsing our fifth grade worksheets in all subjects.
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Treehouse Triangles #1 Treehouse Triangles #1 These "Treehouse Triangle" worksheets break down geometric rules into easy, solvable steps.
Multiplying Numbers with Decimals Multiplying Numbers with Decimals If your child needs a little help multiplying numbers with decimals, here's the worksheet for her.
Math Olympics: Figure Skating Average Scores Math Olympics: Figure Skating Average Scores If your child enjoys watching figure skating during the Olympics, this is the perfect worksheet for her!
Mystery Picture Graph #2 Mystery Picture Graph #2 This mysterious math sheet is full of fun for your geometry student!
Angle Practice Angle Practice This fun puzzle provides lots of angle practice for your child.
Division Duplication: 5th Grade Division Duplication: 5th Grade Long division may be tough to master, and practicing this important math skill is necessary for every fifth grade student!
Baseball KenKenĀ® Puzzle Baseball KenKen® Puzzle Put away the flash cards and play this KenKenĀ® puzzle!
Rounding Decimal Places Rounding Decimal Places Rounding decimal places is just like giving them a little trim.
Division: Extra Practice #3 Division: Extra Practice #3 The only way to get the concept of division down is to practice, practice, practice!
Adding Mixed Fractions Adding Mixed Fractions This bright worksheet will jog your child's math memory through the steps to complete some fraction addition.
Triangle Area Puzzle Triangle Area Puzzle Does your child need some help finding the area of a triangle?
Ballet KenKen Puzzle Ballet KenKen Puzzle It's KenKen time! This fun puzzle will get your fifth grader using logic as she adds, subtracts, multiplies, and divides her way towards the answer.
Simple Fractions with Scooter Simple Fractions with Scooter Fraction work can be fun especially with Scooter keeping the worksheet colorful.
Long Division Long Division Does your fifth grader need some extra assistance with long division?
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.
Recipes with fractions are great for kids learning this important math skill. Cooking helps teach kids practical applications for math, and will help them attain fluency with fractions. Not only that, but cooking is fun! You and your child can mix things up in the kitchen with this fun fraction series. Practice pairing down recipes, using real recipes from our Activities section of the site.
Recipes with Fractions Recipes with fractions are great for kids learning this important math skill.
Whether your fifth grader needs some extra practice or could benefit from a fun math challenge, we have fifth grade math worksheets to fit the bill. With topics ranging from long division to algebraic expressions, these fifth grade math worksheets take a comprehensive approach to fifth grade math curriculum. If you are ready to move on from fifth grade math worksheets, try browsing our fifth grade worksheets in all subjects.

Tips for Tutoring 5th Grade Math

Fifth grade math worksheets are great for kids who are studying geometry, division, decimals, and more! You can even hone in on 5th grade word problems worksheets. If your child needs a little extra help with the concepts in these math worksheets for 5th grade students, try these helpful tips:

  • Identify which areas of the fifth grade math curriculum are most challenging for your child, then download and print the worksheets that focus in on those areas. Do the first few problems of each page with your child, then have him attempt the other problems on the page on his own.
  • For concepts such as fractions, decimals and percents, open up a bag of M&M's (or similar multi-colored candy or food) and determine what fraction of the batch is colored red, green, etc. Convert that to decimal form. Then discuss percentages.
  • Work with your child to find the area and perimeter of her bedroom. If she wanted to design an addition to her room, how many square feet would she add?
  • Frequent 5th grade math practice will help your child understand math concepts more easily. Do regular math exercises several times a week to reinforce key skills.