Multi-Digit Multiplication and the Standard Algorithm 2
Fifth graders are ready to learn how to multiply multi-digit numbers once they've mastered simpler problems and are looking for a challenge. Give students the practice they need to succeed with these exercises.
Replacing possessive nouns with possessive pronouns helps your students' writing sound more natural and makes for an effortless read. Give your fifth graders the practice they need with these exercises created specifically for their age group.
Fifth grade is the last grade of elementary school, and the last stop for elementary learning! Help your child go out with a bang with our 5th grade exercises, great for perfecting those last few topics that might trip your student up. Covering reading, writing, and math, we have all the most common fifth grade topics covered, written by educators to ensure learning success.
Fifth grade is when it's time to show off everything you've learned throughout grade school. Adding fractions? No problem! Parts of speech? Piece of cake! But if your student needs to review some concepts, or needs a little catch-up, here are some fifth grade exercises that cover all the bases that come up in this grade. Mixed numbers and complete sentences, dividends and metaphors -- it's all here in our online exercise collection. Choose the correct adverb, calculate volume, multiply decimals all the way to the hundredths place, and so many other topics that come up in fifth grade learning. And when we say it comes up in fifth grade learning, we mean it -- our exercises are based on national curriculum, so they're in use in most classrooms. If these fifth grade exercises are coming too fast for your kid, fear not: we also have fourth grade right here for some quick review.