# 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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Explore 740+ Fifth Grade Fractions Worksheets

Add the fractions with like denominators and complete the addition equations.

Find the LCM of the denominators, convert from unlike to like fractions, and subtract the numerators.

Sum up the improper fractions put forth vertically, and simplify the sum, expressing it in the standard form.

Subtracting Improper Fractions

Multiply the numerator and denominator by the LCM of denominators; subtract the numerators; simplify.

Subtracting Proper Fractions from Whole Numbers

Take away the fraction from a whole number, and rewrite an improper difference as a mixed number.

Adding with Whole Numbers | Mixed Review

Convert mixed numbers to fractions, add all types of fractions with whole numbers, and write the sum in the standard form.

Factor the denominators, determine the LCM, change the unlike unit fractions to like ones, and figure out the difference.

Comparing Proper Unlike Fractions

Compare each pair of proper fractions with different denominators using appropriate comparison symbols.

Comparing Improper Unlike Fractions

Using suitable comparison symbols, assess each pair of improper fractions with distinct denominators.

Multiplying Fractions using Arrays

Count the objects distributed equally in the rows and columns of an array and find the product of a fraction and a whole number.

Multiplying Two Fractions with Cross-Cancelling

Cross-cancel the factors common to both the fractions, and multiply the numerators and denominators left uncancelled.

Proper Fractions on Number Line

Represent the indicated proper fractions on the number line, and round it to 0 if it lies in the first half and to 1, otherwise.

Estimating Sums and Differences

Analyze the fractional part and round the mixed numbers to the nearest whole numbers; predict their sum or difference.

Dividing Whole Numbers by Fractions

Convert the whole number into a fraction, invert the fraction to get its reciprocal, multiply the fractions, and simplify.

Missing Fractions - Different Denominators

Subtract the given improper fraction from the sum to figure out the unknown fractional addend.