When Christina Koch and Jessica Meir traveled to the International Space Station in October 2019, they went down in history as having completed the first all-female spacewalk. Children can learn about this momentous trip with the help of this worksheet.
Katherine Johnson was an African American physicist and mathematician who worked to create the first calculations to send humans into space. Learn more about this inspiring woman with this nonfiction reading comprehension worksheet.
With a challenging curriculum and increased workload, most fifth graders will encounter a few learning speed bumps on the road to middle school. The best way to navigate those speed bumps is to access our fifth grade worksheets, which provide learning support across a variety of subjects, from spelling and fractions to state capitals and the periodic table. Whether it’s extra practice or a refresher before a big exam, our fifth grade worksheets deliver.
Navigate Knowledge Road Blocks with Fifth Grade Worksheets
Let’s face it: The last thing any fifth grader wants is more homework. But because there are so many different components to fifth grade, many students inevitably hit a knowledge road block. And when that happens, the best way to get around it is with more practice.
Of course, that’s really not something fifth-graders want to hear. But once they check out our vast supply of fifth grade worksheets, they’ll quickly understand that “more practice” doesn’t always have to mean “more work.” As is the case with our grade-specific printables for younger kids, our fifth grade worksheets are designed to simultaneously teach, engage, and entertain. That means students will find compelling biographical texts about important historical figures, fun crossword puzzles to assist with fifth grade vocabulary, Sudoku-style puzzles to enhance math skills, zombie-related fill in the blank worksheets to improve grammar, and so much more.
The best part about our fifth grade worksheets? They cover the entire fifth grade curriculum, so if doesn’t matter if your student is struggling with math, reading, writing, science, or social studies, he’ll find worksheets that will help him overcome any and all challenges as he prepares to make the leap to middle school.