Fifth Grade Resources

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Which Fabrics Shrink the Most in the Wash? Does Washing or Drying Cause This?
Which Fabrics Shrink the Most in the Wash? Does Washing or Drying Cause This?
Science Project
Which Fabrics Shrink the Most in the Wash? Does Washing or Drying Cause This?
Discover which fabrics shrink the most in the wash and why.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
Which Type of Sponge Holds the Most Water?
Which Type of Sponge Holds the Most Water?
Science Project
Which Type of Sponge Holds the Most Water?
Find out which type of sponge holds the most water.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
Popular Mnemonics: How Can You Easily Remember Things?
Popular Mnemonics: How Can You Easily Remember Things?
Science Project
Popular Mnemonics: How Can You Easily Remember Things?
Teach kids about a fun way they can remember this more efficiently- the power of mnemonics. Kids will be amazed.
5th grade
Social studies
Science Project
Mylar vs. Latex Balloons
Mylar vs. Latex Balloons
Science Project
Mylar vs. Latex Balloons
Learn whether Mylar Balloons last longer than Latex Balloons or vice versa.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
Does A Longer Paper Airplane Fly Farther than a Wide One?
Does A Longer Paper Airplane Fly Farther than a Wide One?
Science Project
Does A Longer Paper Airplane Fly Farther than a Wide One?
Find out whether a longer airplane will fly farther or a wider paper airplane.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
Saturday Mystery: Choosing Adjectives and Adverbs
Saturday Mystery: Choosing Adjectives and Adverbs
Story
Saturday Mystery: Choosing Adjectives and Adverbs
Kids fill in the blanks with corresponding adverbs and adjectives in this fun detective story.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
Story
Does Water Temperature Cause Metal to Expand and Contract?
Does Water Temperature Cause Metal to Expand and Contract?
Science Project
Does Water Temperature Cause Metal to Expand and Contract?
Discover whether a metal will expand under hot water.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
What Type of Magnet is the Strongest?
What Type of Magnet is the Strongest?
Science Project
What Type of Magnet is the Strongest?
Magnets vary in strength. Have your young scientist figure out which kind of magnet is the strongest when you have him conduct this attractive experiment.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
Bubble Wrap Test: What Kind Provides the Most Protection?
Bubble Wrap Test: What Kind Provides the Most Protection?
Science Project
Bubble Wrap Test: What Kind Provides the Most Protection?
Find out which kind of bubble wrap fares best when put in impact.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
Color And Temperature
Color And Temperature
Science Project
Color And Temperature
This science fair project idea investigates how color affects temperature.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
Let The Sun Shine In!
Let The Sun Shine In!
Science Project
Let The Sun Shine In!
This science fair project idea investigates if heat from direct sunlight is hotter than heat from reflected sunlight.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
Smile!
Smile!
Science Project
Smile!
This science fair project idea investigates the ability of different whitening toothpastes to whiten teeth.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
Salt Melting Ice
Salt Melting Ice
Science Project
Salt Melting Ice
Discover how and which salt melts ice the quickest.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
What Kinds of Water Yield Fastest Plant Growth?
What Kinds of Water Yield Fastest Plant Growth?
Science Project
What Kinds of Water Yield Fastest Plant Growth?
Examine whether distilled water, spring water, or regular tap water yield faster plant growth.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
Which Fabrics are Most Absorbent?
Which Fabrics are Most Absorbent?
Science Project
Which Fabrics are Most Absorbent?
Discover that the absorbency of fabrics depend largely on the shape and structure of the individual fibers that make up the fabric.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
A Glass Symphony
A Glass Symphony
Science Project
A Glass Symphony
Discover whether different amounts of water added into a wine glass will produce a different pitch when their fingers are rubbed along the rim.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
Which Fruit Molds the Fastest?
Which Fruit Molds the Fastest?
Science Project
Which Fruit Molds the Fastest?
This science fair project idea explores which fruit molds the fastest.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
How Accurate is Using a Sundial Compared to an Atomic Clock?
How Accurate is Using a Sundial Compared to an Atomic Clock?
Science Project
How Accurate is Using a Sundial Compared to an Atomic Clock?
This science fair project idea explores whether a sundial is as accurate as an atomic clock when telling time.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
Seedy Situation
Seedy Situation
Science Project
Seedy Situation
Science fair project that determines whether tapping a pomegranate with a spoon helps it release its seeds.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
Get Cracking
Get Cracking
Science Project
Get Cracking
Science fair project that determines whether cooling eggs helps them be peeled more easily. Compare the time it took to peel each egg.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
Thirsty Plants
Science Project
Thirsty Plants
Science fair project that determines whether landscaping fabric impacts the ability of plants to receive water.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
A Massive Or Weighty Problem
A Massive Or Weighty Problem
Science Project
A Massive Or Weighty Problem
Science fair project that determines whether mass and weight are the same or different.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
Which Wintergreen Candy Sparks the Brightest in the Dark?
Which Wintergreen Candy Sparks the Brightest in the Dark?
Science Project
Which Wintergreen Candy Sparks the Brightest in the Dark?
This science fair project idea studies which brand of wintergreen candy produces the most sparks in the dark.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
Which Type Of Rocks Are Most Damaged By Freezing?
Which Type Of Rocks Are Most Damaged By Freezing?
Science Project
Which Type Of Rocks Are Most Damaged By Freezing?
This science fair project idea studies which kind of rock (sedimentary, igneous, or metamorphic) is most damaged by frozen water.
5th grade
Science
Science Project
Does Mint Actually Cool Things Down?
Does Mint Actually Cool Things Down?
Science Project
Does Mint Actually Cool Things Down?
This science fair project idea explores whether mint, known for its âcooling sensationâ really does lower temperatures.
5th grade
Science
Science Project

Fifth Grade Resources

Fifth grade is often the last year of elementary school and is an important milestone in a child’s life. The educational materials provided in the Learning Library are there to prepare kids for the transition to middle school. There are thousands of clear-cut worksheets, straightforward lesson plans and self-guided games created by expert teachers for educators to shepherd students into a more independent and advanced level of learning.

Resources to Take Fifth Graders to the Next Level

Fifth Graders are more responsible, opinionated and start to discover their own interests, which makes teaching fifth-graders a challenge and a joy. With the resources provided in the Learning Library, teachers, tutors and parents have the proper materials to meet their student's educational achievement.

Writing prompts such as the What’s Behind the Door? worksheet inspires imagination as students create their own narrative based on a classic scary movie scene. Advanced vocabulary worksheets will transform kids into articulate speakers and writers while Periodic Table challenges spur interest in the unseen micro world of molecules and chemistry.

Tricky, irregularly-spelled words are no match for advanced-aged students with online worksheets. Other online lessons include parentheses problem assignments to teach kids algebra basics.

There are hundreds of creative science projects to engage fifth-graders in an experimental, hands-on way. Popular activities include The Effect of Color on Emotion, a phycological look at calming blues and energetic reds and how they affect the mind. The crowd-pleasing, homemade lava lamp project teaches kids about the reaction between oil and water—it’s informationally far out.

There are many other resources—inviting games, effective workbooks and helpful guided lessons—in the Learning Library to help kids evolve into the mature students they are soon to be.