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This is a comprehensive collection of free printable math worksheets for grade 5, organized by topics such as addition, subtraction, algebraic thinking, place value, multiplication, division, prime factorization, decimals, fractions, measurement, coordinate grid, and geometry. They are randomly generated, printable from your browser, and include the answer key. The worksheets support any fifth grade math program, but go especially well with IXL’s 5th grade math curriculum, and their brand new lessons at the bottom of the page.

Algebra
Multiplication
Division
Factoring
Place value & rounding
Decimal subtraction
Decimal multiplication
Decimal division
Measuring units
Write fractions as mixed numbers or vice versa
Simplify & equivalent fractions
Fraction multiplication
Fraction division
Fractions to Decimals
Coordinate grid
Geometry

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#### Algebra

• Addition equations 2 — four numbers, up to 4 digits (missing addend)

• Subtraction equations — 2-digit numbers (missing minuend or subtrahend)

• Subtraction equations — 4-digit numbers (missing minuend or subtrahend)

• Addition and subtraction equations — using 2-digit numbers and variables

• Addition and subtraction equations  — using 3-digit numbers and variables

• Simple multiplication and division equations based on the multiplication tables (mental math)

• Multiplication and division equations
— using a two-digit divisor or two-digit factors (solve using long
multiplication or long division)

• Order of operations — 3 operations to do, no parentheses

• Order of operations — 3 operations to do, parentheses included

• Order of operations — 4 operations to do, parentheses included

Primary Grade Challenge Math by Edward Zaccaro

A good book on problem solving with very varied word problems and strategies on how to solve problems. Includes chapters on: Sequences, Problem-solving, Money, Percents, Algebraic Thinking, Negative Numbers, Logic, Ratios, Probability, Measurements, Fractions, Division. Each chapter’s questions are broken down into four levels: easy, somewhat challenging, challenging, and very challenging.

#### Addition and subtraction in columns (numbers under each other)

7 and 8-digit numbers, 4 addends

7 and 8-digit numbers, 6 addends

• Subtract 6-digit numbers in columns

• Subtract 7-digit numbers in columns

• Subtract 8-digit numbers in columns

#### Place Value and Rounding

• Find the missing part from a 5-digit number

• Find the missing part from a 6-digit number (print in landscape)

• Find the missing part, up to 8-digit numbers or hundred millions (print in landscape)

• Write up to a 7-digit number given in expanded form in a normal form
• Write
up to a 10-digit number given in expanded form in a normal form (print in landscape)

• Write
up to a 7-digit number given in expanded form in a normal form, parts are scrambled
• Write
up to a 10-digit number given in expanded form in a normal form, parts are scrambled (print in landscape)

• Write
up to a 5-digit number in expanded form
• Write
up to an 8-digit number in expanded form

• Write
up to a 10-digit number in expanded form

Skip-counting

• Skip-count by 20,000, starting at 550,000

• Skip-count by 50,000, starting at 120,000

• Skip-count by 100,000, starting at 1,350,000

• Skip-count by 100,000, starting at 628,000

• Skip-count by 300,000, starting at 4,250,000

• Skip-count by 500,000, starting at 750,000

Rounding

• Round to the nearest ten, within 0-10,000

• Round to the nearest hundred, within 0-1,000,000

• Round to the nearest thousand, within 0-1,000,000

• Mixed rounding problems 1 — round to the nearest ten, hundred, or thousand

• Mixed rounding problems 2 — round to the nearest ten, hundred, thousand, or ten thousand

• Mixed rounding problems 3 — as above but rounding to the underlined digit

• Mixed rounding problems 4 — round to the underlined digit, up to rounding to the nearest million

#### Multiplication

Mental Multiplication

• Multiply up to 3-digit numbers by 10, 100, or 1000

• Multiply up to 3-digit numbers by 10, 100, or 1000 — missing factor

• Multiply by whole tens, whole hundreds, and whole thousands (such as 20 × 3000)

• Multiply by whole tens, whole hundreds, and whole thousands — missing factor

• Multiply a 1-digit number by a 2-digit number (using partial products
mentally)

• Multiply mentally in parts (such as 3 × 97 or 4 × 208, using distributive property)

Long multiplication (in columns)

• Multiply a 4-digit number by a 1-digit number

• Multiply a 3-digit number by a 2-digit number

• Multiply a 4-digit number by a 2-digit number

• Multiply a 5-digit number by a 2-digit number

• Multiply a 3-digit number by a 3-digit number

• Multiply a 4-digit number by a 3-digit number

• Solve multiplication equations — using long division, 1 or 2-digit divisor

• Solve division equations — use either long division or multiplication

#### Division

Mental division

• Divide 3- and 4-digit numbers by 1-digit number mentally

• Division with remainder within 1-100

• Division with remainder, divisor a whole ten

• Division with remainder, divisor a whole hundred

Long division

• 1-digit divisor, 4-digit dividend, no remainder

• 1-digit divisor, 4-digit dividend, remainder

• 2-digit divisor, 4-digit dividend, divisor between 11 and 35

• 2-digit divisor, 4-digit dividend, no remainder — (the divisor is any two-digit number)

• 2-digit divisor, 4-digit dividend, with remainder — (the divisor is any two-digit number)

• Multiplication
equations (missing factor; solve by long division)

• Division equations (missing dividend or divisor; solve by long multiplication or long division)

The following four worksheet types are beyond the
Common Core standards for fifth grade. • 1-digit divisor, 5-digit dividend, no remainder

• 1-digit divisor, 5-digit dividend, with remainder

• 2-digit divisor, 5-digit dividend, no remainder

• 2-digit divisor, 5-digit dividend, with remainder

#### Factoring

• Factoring numbers within 4-100 to prime factors

• Challenging factoring: factor numbers within 4-500 to prime factors

• List all the factors of the given number

Like fractions/fractional parts

• Add or subtract 2 like fractions — denominators from 2-25

• Add or subtract 3 like fractions — denominators from 2-25

• Add or subtract 2 like fractions — denominators from 2-99

• Add or subtract 2 mixed numbers (like denominators)

• Add or subtract 3 mixed numbers (like denominators)

• Add or subtract a mixed number/fraction/whole number (like denominators)

• Add or subtract a mixed number/fraction/whole number (like denominators) — missing addend

Unlike fractions/fractional parts

• Add or subtract unlike fractions — denominators 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10

• Add or subtract unlike fractions — denominators 2-12

• Challenge: add or subtract unlike fractions — denominators 2-25

• Challenge: add or subtract 3 unlike fractions — denominators 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10

• Add or subtract mixed numbers — denominators 2-12
• Add or subtract mixed numbers — denominators 2-25

• Add or subtract a mixed number and a fraction or a whole number — denominators 2-12

• Add or subtract a mixed number and a fraction or a whole number — denominators 2-25

#### Fraction multiplication

• Fraction times a whole number — easy

• Fraction times a whole number — medium

• Fraction multiplication 1 — special easy denominators

• Fraction multiplication 2 — denominators 2-12

• Fraction multiplication 3 — three fractions, denominators 2-12

• Fraction multiplication 4 — challenge; denominators 2-25

• Multiply a mixed number by a fraction

• Multiply mixed numbers 1 — easy

• Multiply mixed numbers 2 — denominators 2-12

• Mixed multiplication practice (by fractions, mixed numbers, or whole numbers)

• Challenge: a whole number times a fraction — missing factor

• Challenge: a fraction times a fraction — missing factor

#### Fraction division

• Divide a whole number by a unit fraction (mental math)

• Divide a unit fraction by a whole number (mental math)

The following worksheet types are beyond the Common Core standards. • Divide a whole number by a fraction — easy (mental math), answers are whole
numbers

• Divide a mixed number by a fraction — easy (mental math), answers are whole
numbers

#### Convert fractions to mixed numbers and vice versa

• Mixed numbers to fractions — easy (the answers are NOT simplified; 12 problems per page)

• Mixed numbers to fractions — easy (the answers are NOT simplified; 18 problems per page)

• Mixed numbers to fractions — easy (the answers are simplified)

• Mixed numbers to fractions — medium (the answers are simplified; 12 problems per page)

• Mixed numbers to fractions — medium (the answers are simplified; 18 problems per page)

• Mixed numbers to fractions — challenge (the answers are simplified)

• Fractions to mixed numbers — easy (the answers are NOT simplified; 12 problems per page)

• Fractions to mixed numbers — easy (the answers are simplified; 12 problems per page)

• Fractions to mixed numbers — easy (the answers are simplified; 18 problems per page)

• Fractions to mixed numbers — medium (the answers are simplified)

#### Equivalent Fractions and Simplify Fractions

• Simplify fractions — easy

• Simplify fractions — harder

• Equivalent fractions — easy

• Equivalent fractions — harder

• Equivalent fractions — hardest

#### Write Fractions as Decimals and Vice Versa

In the worksheets below, the answer key does not give the fractions in simplified form. For example, 0.24 is given as 24/100, not as 6/25. If you prefer, you may ask
the student to simplify.

• Write decimals as fractions (1-2 decimal digits) (the numbers are less than 1)

• Write decimals as mixed numbers (1-2 decimal digits)

• Write decimals as fractions (1-3 decimal digits)

• Write decimals as mixed numbers (1-3 decimal digits)

• Write fractions as decimals (tenths and hundredths) (the numbers are less than
1)

• Write fractions as decimals (till thousandths) (the numbers are less than 1)

• Write mixed numbers and fractions as decimals (till thousandths)

• Write improper fractions as decimals (till hundredths)

• Write improper fractions as decimals (till thousandths)

Mental math

0 to 1 decimal digits

• Two addends, 0-1 decimal digits

• Three addends, 0-1 decimal digits

• Four addends, 0-1 decimal digits

0 to 2 decimal digits

• Two addends, 0-2 decimal digits

• Three addends, 0-2 decimal digits (challenge)

• Two addends, up to 3 decimal digits

• Write the decimals under each other to add in columns (0-2 decimal digits; 2 addends)

• Write the decimals under each other to add in columns

• Write the decimals under each other to add in columns

• Write the decimals under each other to add in columns (0-3 decimal digits; 2 addends)

• Write the decimals under each other to add in columns (0-3 decimal digits; 4 addends)

#### Decimal Subtraction

Mental math

0 to 1 decimal digits

• Subtract a decimal from a whole number

• Subtract two decimal numbers

• Missing minuend/subtrahend

• Subtract decimals — two subtrahends (such as 4. 5 − 0.3 − 0.9)

• Missing minuend/subtrahend — two subtrahends (such as 4.5 − ___ − 0.9 = 2.1)

• Addition and subtraction problems with 3 numbers

0 to 2 decimal digits

• Subtract a decimal from a whole number

• Subtract two decimal numbers

• Missing minuend/subtrahend

Challenges: mental math

• Subtract from a whole number — two subtrahends

• Subtract a decimal from a whole number, with up to 3 decimal digits

• Subtract two decimal numbers

• Subtract decimals — two subtrahends

Column-subtraction

• Subtract in columns (0-2 decimal digits)

• Write the decimals under each other to
subtract in columns (0-2 decimal digits)

• Write the decimals under each other to subtract in columns (0-3 decimal digits)

• Write the numbers under each other and subtract — two subtrahends
• Addition and subtraction problems with 3 numbers

Challenges: algebraic thinking

• Addition and subtraction equations — easy (0-1 decimal digits)

• Addition and subtraction equations — easy (0-2 decimal digits

• Addition and subtraction equations — harder (0-1 decimal digits)

• Addition and subtraction equations — harder (0-2 decimal digits)

#### Decimal Multiplication

Mental math

• Multiply a whole number and a decimal — easy (one decimal digit)

• Multiply a whole number and a decimal — harder (one decimal digit)

• Multiply a whole number and a decimal — missing factor (one decimal digit)

• Multiply
a whole number and a decimal (1-2 decimal digits)

• Multiply
a whole number and a decimal — missing factor (1-2 decimal digits)

• Multiply a whole number and a decimal (1-3 decimal digits)

• Multiply a whole number and a decimal — missing factor (1-3 decimal digits)

• Multiply decimals by decimals

• Multiply decimals by decimals — missing factor

• Multiply decimals by decimals or whole numbers (mixed practice)

• Multiply decimals by decimals or whole numbers — missing factor (mixed practice)

• Multiply
by 10 or 100 (1-2 decimal digits)

• Multiply
by 10, 100, or 1000 (1-2 decimal digits)

• Multiply by 10, 100, or 1000 — missing factor (1-2 decimal digits)

• Multiply
by 10 or 100 (1-3 decimal digits)

• Multiply
by 10, 100, or 1000 (1-3 decimal digits)

• Multiply
by 10, 100, 1000, 10000, or 100000 (1-3 decimal digits)

• Multiply decimals by 10, 100, or 1000 — missing factor (1-3 decimal digits)

Multiply in columns

• Multiply
a decimal by a whole number (0-2 decimal digits)

• Multiply
a decimal by a whole number (0-3 decimal digits)

• Multiply decimals by decimals (1-2 decimal digits)

• Multiply decimals, writing the numbers under each other (0-2 decimal digits)
• Multiply decimals, writing the numbers under each other (challenge; 0-3 decimal digits)

#### Decimal Division

Mental math

• Divide a decimal by a whole number (1 decimal digit)

• As above — missing dividend or divisor

• Divide a decimal by a whole number  (1-2 decimal digits)

• As above — missing dividend or divisor

• Divide decimals by decimals (Think of how many times the divisor fits into the quotient. )

• Mixed multiplication and division problems 1 (1 decimal digit)

• Divide whole numbers by 10, 100, or 1000

• As above — missing dividend or divisor

• Divide decimals or whole numbers by 10 or 100

• As above — missing dividend or divisor

• Multiply or divide decimals & whole numbers by 10, 100, and 1000

Long division

• Divide decimals by whole numbers (1-3 decimal digits; single-digit divisor)

• Divide decimals by whole numbers (1-3 decimal digits; two-digit divisor)

• Divide a decimal by a whole number, round the answers to three decimals

(need to add zeros to the dividend)

• Divide a whole number or a decimal by a whole number, round the answers to three decimals

(need to add zeros to the dividend)

• Convert a fraction to a decimal using long division, rounding the answers to three decimals

• Divide
a whole number or a decimal by a decimal using long division

#### Measuring units

Customary system

• Convert between
inches & feet — easier

• Convert between inches & feet — harder

• Convert between
inches, feet, and yards — easier

• Convert between inches, feet, and yards — harder

• Convert between inches, feet, and yards with decimals — use a calculator

• Convert between miles, yards, and feet 1 — use a calculator

• Convert between miles, yards, and feet 2 — use a calculator

• Convert between ounces & pounds — easier

• Convert between ounces & pounds — harder

• Convert between tons & pounds — easier

• Convert between tons & pounds — harder

• Convert between tons, pounds, and ounces with decimals — use a calculator

• Convert between cups, pints, and quarts

• Convert between cups, pints, quarts, and gallons

• Convert between ounces, cups, and quarts

• All customary units except miles — mixed practice

• All customary units except miles — mixed practice — a challenge

• Convert between various customary units with decimals — use a calculator

Metric system

• Convert between mm, cm and m — using decimals

• Convert between mm, cm, m, and km — using decimals

• Convert between ml & l and g & kg — using decimals

• All metric units mentioned above — mixed practice — using decimals

• Metric system: convert between the units of length (mm, cm, dm, m, dam, hm, km)

• Metric system: convert between the units of weight (mg, cg, dg, g, dag, hg, kg)

• Metric system: convert between the units of volume (ml, cl, dl, L, dal, hl, kl)

• Metric system: convert between the units of length, weight, and volume

#### Coordinate grid

• Plot points & shapes or tell coordinates of points (grid is scaled from 0 to 10)

• Plot points & shapes or tell coordinates of points (grid is scaled from 0 to 20)

• Move a shape in coordinate grid in one direction (grid is scaled from 0 to 10)

• Move a shape in coordinate grid in two directions (grid is scaled from 0 to 10)

• Move a shape in two directions (grid is scaled from 0 to 20)

#### Geometry

• Classify triangles by their sides

• Classify triangles by their angles

• Classify triangles by their sides and angles

• Classify quadrilaterals — square, rectangle, rhombus, parallelogram, and trapezoid

(kite and scalene quadrilateral are excluded)

• Classify quadrilaterals — all seven types

• Find the volume of a prism or edge length of a cube (when its volume is given) (easy)

• Find the volume of a prism or edge length of a cube (when its volume is given) (more challenging)

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Question #
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How to find a fraction of a number?

To find a fraction of a number, you need to divide the given number by the denominator of the fraction and multiply the result by its numerator
To find a fraction of a number, you need to divide the given number by the numerator of the fraction and multiply the result by its denominator

Question #
2

How to find the whole number by the value of its fraction (part)?

To find the whole number, knowing the value of its fraction (part), you need to divide the value of this part by the denominator of the fraction and multiply the result by the numerator
To find the whole number, knowing the value of its fraction (part), you need to divide the value of this part by the numerator fractions and the result is multiplied by the denominator

Question #
3

The mass of the cake is 4800 g. Misha got 3/16 of the cake. How many grams of cake did Misha get?

900 g
25600 g
100 g
300 g

Question #
4

Tourists walked 12 kilometers, which is 2/3 of the entire route. What is the whole path?

8 km
72 km
18 km
4 km

Question #
5

20 is 2/5 of the total. Find the whole number.

50
8
2
20

Question #
6

What is 2/5 of 40 equal to?

100
8
16
4

Question #
7

The numerator of the fraction is … (choose several answers so that the definition of the concept is complete)

the number that is written above the fractional bar
the number that shows how many equal parts the integer was divided into
the number that shows how many equal parts they took
the number that is written below the fractional bar
the fractional bar

Question #
8

Is it true that the denominator of a fraction is the number that is written under the fractional line and indicates how many equal parts the whole is divided into?

No
Yes

Question #
9

What is 3/4 of an hour?

15 minutes
80 minutes
20 minutes
45 minutes

Question #
10

Which is greater 1/5 km or 150 m?

1/5 km
they are equal to
150 m
impossible to set

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