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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Lattice Multiplication: 3-Digit and 2-Digit Numbers

Write the 3 digits on top and 2 digits to the right; multiply them and fill the lattice cells; add up diagonally to obtain the product.

Number Line Subtraction

Read the number line models, relate the number of hops to the decimal subtrahend, and write the endpoint as your answer.

Subtracting Proper Fractions

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

Conversion between Gram and Kilogram

Become well versed in converting between kilograms and grams by using the simple formula; 1000 grams = 1 kilogram.

Elapsed Time - Analog Clocks

Read the analog clocks and obtain the start and end times; subtract the start time from the end time to figure out the elapsed time.

Adding Money | Make a Receipt

Facilitate better understanding of adding money by recording the items and the price of each in the receipt and adding up the values to calculate the total.

Facilitate better understanding of pictographs by reading the pictographs depicting 3-digit numbers and answering the questions.

Plotting Points and Drawing Shapes

This 2-part resource directs children to plot the given points on the graph and draw the common shapes using the ordered pairs.

Quadrilaterals | Riddles | Who am I?

Put on your thinking cap on and solve these "Who am I?" riddles by identifying the different types of quadrilaterals with the clues.

Surface Area by Counting Squares | Isometric Dot Paper

Find the surface area of the rectangular prisms depicted on a dotted grid by counting the unit squares in each face and adding them.

Nested Parentheses | Moderate

Prepare the learners for algebra by practicing with this resource, which has expressions with 4 or 5 operators in nested parentheses.