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# Winter Olympic Math - 5th Grade

Make sure the athletes aren't the only ones working hard. Put your 5th grader's math skills to the test with these Winter Olympic math worksheets.

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### Winter Sports: Practice Reading a Bar Graph

Celebrate the winter Olympics with this 2nd grade math worksheet in which children practice reading, analyzing, and computing data in a bar graph.

### Olympic Arithmetic: Ice Hockey Word Problems

Help your fourth grader celebrate the Winter Olympics season by incorporating snow sports into math practice: geometry word problems focused on ice hockey.

### Olympic Arithmetic: Speed Skating Word Problems

Speed skating is an intensely competitive and mathematical Olympic sport! Invite your child to work through these Olympics-themed math challenges.

### Ski Race Math Facts #1

Your child will use his addition and subtraction skills to help the skiers down the slopes. He'll need to solve these mental math problems to see who wins.

### Ski Race Math Facts #2

Your little Olympian can join two downhill skiers in this combination math and color-by-number worksheet. Your kid will solve addition and subtraction problems.

### Ski Race Math Facts #3

This addition and subtraction math facts worksheets offers a winter sports theme.

### Ski Race Math Facts #4

It's a math facts ski race! Kids will color math-filled flags to determine which skier made it down the hill first.

### Ski Race Math Facts #5

Find out which skier will win the race in this high-flying math worksheet. Kids will solve problems to show which skier rounded the most flags.

### Ski Race Math Facts #6

It's the Winter Olympics, and two skiers are racing down the mountain. Get your kid to find out who wins with our combination math and color-by-number activity.

### Ski Race Math Facts #7

With this math facts practice sheet, your little skier will join these contenders to race to the finish.

### Ski Race Math Facts #8

If your kid loves to ski, here's a math sheet of Olympic proportions! He'll need to solve a few math facts to help these skiers get down the slopes.

### Ski Race Math Facts #9

These skiers are flying down the slopes! Who will win? Your first grader will join the high-flying fun while practicing addition and subtraction facts.

### Ski Race Math Facts #10

And they're off! Your mathematician will join the high-flying fun of this ski race while practicing addition and subtraction facts.

### Olympic Arithmetic: Ski Trail Tracker #1

This colorful worksheet makes your fifth grader's division and geometry practice more engaging with a winter sports theme.

### Olympic Arithmetic: Ski Trail Tracker #2

This ski-themed worksheet challenges your fifth grader to use his geometry and division skills to find the total length of the ski trail diagram.

### Olympic Arithmetic: Ski Trail Tracker #3

This colorful worksheet challenges your fifth grader to find the total length of a ski trail using her division skills and geometry knowledge.

### Olympic Arithmetic: Ski Trail Tracker #4

Boost your fifth grader's practice with division and geometry by challenging her to complete this winter sports math worksheet.

### Olympic Arithmetic: Ski Trail Tracker #5

Challenge your fifth grader to find the total length of this long, angled ski trail by adding up the lengths of each individual segment.

### Olympic Arithmetic: Ski Trail Tracker #6

This worksheet challenges your child to find the total length of the ski trail diagram by finding the lengths of each individual segment.

### Olympic Arithmetic: Ski Trail Tracker #7

Improve your fifth grader's division and geometry skills with this fun ski-themed printable!

### Olympic Arithmetic: Ski Trail Tracker #8

Show your fifth grader how to practice geometry and division sporty style with this fun math worksheet!

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