5th Grade Math Worksheets

5th Grade Math Worksheets

Is your fifth grader having trouble with understanding fractions? How about ordered pairs or calculating the area and perimeter?

Below you’ll find hundreds of printable fifth-grade math worksheets that cover all the basic concepts your student will need to learn. We cover area and perimeter, fractions, percentages, and more.

You’ll find worksheets for ordered pairs, as well as adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions. We even have fraction strips that can be printed and placed in a folder or displayed on a wall!

Working through our worksheets will give your fifth grader a firm math foundation as they move forward in their learning. Be sure to check out our Place Value Charts too!

NOTE: We are in the process of adding more 5th Grade Math focused worksheets below. Please check back for more! For now, below you’ll find linked worksheets that can align with a 5th grade curriculum.

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5th Grade Math Worksheets by Topic

This link will take you to our worksheets made for 5th grade geometry: identify and classify triangles and quadrilaterals, find the area, perimeter and volume, and practice plotting ordered pairs.

This link takes you to our 6 printable fraction strips. These strips visually represent fractions, making it easier for kids to grasp the concept.

Here you'll find a handful of worksheets where your student will need to plot and identify the ordered pairs on a coordinate grid.

Here you'll find a variety of worksheets for your student to practice multiplying with decimals.

Once your student is familiar with adding fractions with common denominators and simplifying fractions, this worksheet page will be a great next step. Here they will practice adding fractions with unlike denominators.

This link will take you to our adding and subtracting fractions worksheets. Begin learning by adding and subtracting fractions with common denominators and then move on to problems with unlike denominators.

Once your student knows how to multiply fractions, they can move onto dividing fractions. They need to know how to multiply because the process for dividing fractions includes multiplication. Click on this link to learn more and for a variety of worksheets including dividing common denominators and unlike denominators.

Think link will take you to worksheets that will help your student understand what percentages are and how to find the percent of a number, convert percentages and solve word problems with percents.