# 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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Classifying Triangles based on Sides | No Measures

Observe the sides of each triangle and state whether the triangle is an equilateral, isosceles, or scalene.

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.

Regular and Irregular Polygons

A mix of polygons is illustrated here. Name the polygon with equal sides as regular and the one that doesn't have equal sides as irregular.

Perimeter of a Square | Fractions

Equip your learners with the skills required to solve these problems using the formula P = 4a, where 'a' represents the side of the square.

Finding Area of Rectangles with Fractional Side Lengths

Calculate the area of each rectangle by multiplying the length with the width provided in fractions.

Classifying Triangles based on Angles | No Measures

Extend your child's understanding of triangles by identifying them based on the angles as acute, obtuse or right.

Perimeter of a Triangle | Fractions

Substitute the fractional values in the formula P = a + b + c, where a, b, and c are the three sides of the triangle and compute the perimeter of the triangle.

Introduce area of triangles to learners and instruct them to use the formula A = 1/2 * base * height to work out the area.

Circle | Finding Radius and Diameter

Become adept at finding the radius and diameter of a circle with the help of this compilation.

Find the Perimeter of Quadrilaterals | Unit Conversion

The first step is to convert the units of the dimensions to the one specified in the answer. The next step is to add the side lengths to find the perimeter.

Perimeter of Polygons | Decimals

Count the number of sides of the polygon. Multiply the number of sides with the side length measure given in decimals to obtain the perimeter.

Area of Compound Shapes | Adding Regions

Decompose the compound shape into known shapes, figure out the area of each shape and sum up the areas to find the total area.

Area of Compound Shapes | Subtracting Regions

Practice calculating the area of the shaded portion by subtracting the area of the unshaded region from the total area of decomposed shapes.

Area of Mixed Shapes | Whole Numbers

Presenting an assortment of geometric shapes, this combined review can be used to recapitulate the concept of area.

Area of Rectangles Word Problems

Read the word problem carefully, make the units uniform by conversion and figure out the area of the rectangle.