# 5th Grade Math Worksheets

The secret to becoming a math nerd lies in the practice offered by our printable 5th grade math worksheets featuring exercises like using the order of operations involving parentheses, brackets, and braces to solve expressions, generate two-rule patterns, perform operations with multi-digit whole numbers, and with decimals to hundredths, and fractions. Convert between different-sized standard measurement units within a given measurement system, make a line plot to display a data set, measure volume by counting unit cubes, graph points on the coordinate plane and much more. Give our free math worksheets for grade 5 a try and kick-start your practice!

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Decimal Number Names: Thousandths

Write the decimal numbers with 3 digits after the decimal point in words, and translate the phrases to decimals as well.

Decimals in Expanded Form: Up to Thousandths' Place

Express the decimals as the sum of the place value of the digits; add up the place values to obtain the standard form too.

Underline the Digits: Up to Thousandths

Recall the place value of the digits of the decimals, and underline the digit in each option that lies in the indicated place.

Rounding Decimals: Specific Wholes

Arrange the digits in any order to form decimal numbers; list out all possible decimals that round to the indicated whole numbers.

Estimating the Sums and Differences | Nearest Whole

Round the digits in the tenths' and hundredths' place erasing the decimal point, and predict the sum or difference as directed.

Dividing Decimals by Powers of Ten | Patterns

Conceive of the pattern in which the decimal point moves when dividing decimals by 10, 100, and 1000 and solve the problems.

Writing the Addition Sentences | Hundredths

Observe the start point, intervals, number of hops, and the endpoint, and write the addition equation that describes the model.

Adding Decimals: Up to Hundredths

Add two decimal numbers with 1, 2, or 3 digits to the left of the decimal point and 1 or 2 digits to the right.

Subtracting Decimals: Up to Hundredths

Subtract the digits to the left and right of the decimal point according to their place values, and complete the equations.

Subtracting Decimals using Grids

Use the grids to show the borrowings done; subtract and write down the digits of the difference in the appropriate squares.

Multiplying Decimals (Hundredths) by Whole Numbers

Take one digit of the multiplier at a time, find its product with the decimal; repeat the steps for the next digit and add the products.

Writing Multiplication Sentences - Ruler Models

Study the markings on the ruler that stands in place of a number line, analyze the hops, and frame the multiplication equation.