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Why recreate the wheel when it’s done for you already? This bundled resource includes over 397 pages of printable AND digital fifth grade math worksheets perfect for math homework, math centers, morning work, math test prep and math review!

## Description

Why recreate the wheel when it’s done for you already? This bundled resource includes over 397 pages of printable AND digital fifth grade math worksheets perfect for math homework, math centers, morning work, math test prep and math review!

Each 5th grade math skill/standard has over ten pages of practice in three different formats: Print & Go, Google Slides, and JPEG Image Files.

This resource will help you ALL YEAR LONG to review, check for understanding, or reteach addition and subtraction, multiplication, division, decimals, word problems, geometry, fractions, measurement, data, graphing & more.

What you’re getting:

• Use a coordinate plane to answer questions (2 pages)
• Plot coordinates on a coordinate plane (2 pages)
• Use a coordinate plane to plot a point, then connect points (2 pages)
• Plot points on a coordinate plane, connect the points and name the shape (2 pages)
• Use the y and x axis to explain how coordinates work (2 pages)

5.G.2 – Solve Problems with a Coordinate Grid

• Use coordinate grid to solve problems (4 pages)
• Create a coordinate graph to represent given data (4 pages)
• Plot points of rectangles, connect and label. Calculate perimeter and area of each rectangle (2 pages)
• Answer questions based on a coordinate map (2 pages)
• Plot points on a grid using clues (2 pages)

5.G.3 – Polygons and Shapes

• Name and describe shapes (2 pages)
• Identify if statements about shapes are true or false (2 pages)
• Classify triangles into correct categories (2 pages)
• Create quadrilaterals on geoboards and explain their attributes (2 pages)
• Match shapes to their descriptions (2 pages)
• Name shapes and compare them (4 pages)
• Sort shapes into a Carroll diagram (2 pages)
• Sort shapes into Venn diagrams (2 pages)

5.G.4 – Polygons and their Attributes

• Complete the flow chart about shapes (2 pages)
• Determine if statements are always true, sometimes true, or never true (2 pages)
• Complete tables to explain quadrilaterals (5 pages)
• Answer questions and create diagrams to explain reasoning (2 pages)
• Tick boxes to show which attributes match a given shape (4 pages)

5.OA.1 – Evaluate Expressions

• Evaluate the expressions and show your work (2 pages)
• Evaluate equations by using a given variable (2 pages)
• Explain the order of operations and show how to solve an expression (2 pages)
• Check to see if an expression has been solved correctly. Explain mistakes found (2 pages)
• Place parentheses or brackets to make equations true (2 pages)

5.OA.2 – Write and Interpret Expressions

• Write an expression to match the words (2 pages)
• Write words to match the expressions (2 pages)
• Draw a line to match the expression to the words (2 pages)
• Write expressions that go with given word problems and solve (2 pages)
• Draw pictures to represent equations and compare (2 pages)
• Interpret and compare equations without evaluating them (2 pages)
• Circle true statements about given equations (2 pages)
• Compare expressions using <, > or = (2 pages)

5.OA.3 – Numerical Patterns

• Complete tables by following given rules (2 pages)
• Complete the tables by representing relationship between x and y (2 pages)
• Complete patterns by following given rules; compare the patterns (2 pages)
• Fill in the table and determine the rule (2 pages)
• Use rules to complete tables; graph ordered pairs on the coordinate plane and identify the relationship (4 pages)

5.NBT.1 – Place Value

• Write the expanded form and then compare the underlined digits (2 pages)
• Answer the place value questions and show reasoning (2 pages)
• Fill in blanks to make place value statements correct (2 pages)
• Use a place value chart to answer questions (2 pages)
• Determine if each place value statement is true or false and show reasoning (2 pages)
• Answer questions based on knowledge of place value (2 pages)
• Create numbers based on descriptions (2 pages)

5.NBT.2 – Multiply and Divide Powers of 10; Exponents

• Use a place value chart to multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 1000 (2 pages)
• Write numbers in expanded form using exponents; explain (2 pages)
• Write the standard form of numbers with exponents (2 pages)
• Fill n a table to show understanding of decimal placement (2 pages)
• Fill in the blank to show understanding of exponents (2 pages)

5.NBT.3 – Read and Write Decimals

• Write decimals in number form when given word form (2 pages)
• Write decimals in word form when given number form (2 pages)
• Write decimals in expanded form (2 pages)
• Write numbers in expanded form as decimals (2 pages)
• Match decimal number to words and expanded form (2 pages)
• Read clues to make numbers in decimal form (2 pages)

5.NBT.3 – Compare Decimals

• Use >, < or = to compare decimals (4 pages)
• Write a decimal to make each comparison statement true (2 pages)
• Fill in a digit to make comparison statements correct (2 pages)
• Use >, < and = to compare a set of 3 decimals (2 pages)

5.NBT.4 – Round Decimals

• Round decimals to a given place value (2 pages)
• Fill in a table by rounding decimals (2 pages)
• Match the decimal to its rounded form (2 pages)
• Solve word problems that involve rounding (2 pages)

5.NBT.5 – Multiply Whole Numbers

• Multiply 2/3/4 digits by 1 digit (4 pages)
• Multiply 2/3/4 digits by 2 digits (4 pages)
• Answer questions that ask to find the product of 2 numbers (2 pages)
• Solve word problems that involve multi-digit multiplication (2 pages)

5.NBT.6 – Divide Using Partial Quotients

• Divide using partial quotients (4 pages)
• Divide with remainders (2 pages)
• Solve partitive division word problems (2 pages)
• Solve quotative division word problems (2 pages)
• Solve division problems using 2 different methods and explain (4 pages)

5.NBT.7 – Solving Equations With Decimals

• Add decimals using base ten (2 pages)
• Add decimals using number lines (2 pages)
• Add decimals using a standard algorithm (2 pages)
• Estimate sums and solve (2 pages)
• Subtract decimals using base ten (2 pages)
• Subtract decimals using number line (2 pages)
• Subtract decimals using standard algorithm (2 pages)
• Estimate differences and solve (2 pages)
• Find the sum 2 different ways and compare/contrast method (2 pages)
• Find the difference 2 different ways and compare/contrast method (2 pages)
• Multiply decimals using base ten (2 pages)
• Multiply decimals using partial products (2 pages)
• Multiply decimals using standard algorithm (2 pages)
• Find the product 2 different ways and compare/contrast method (2 pages)
• Estimate products and solve (2 pages)
• Divide decimals using number lines (2 pages)
• Divide decimals using standard algorithm (2 pages)
• Estimate quotients and solve (2 pages)

5.NF.1 – Add and Subtract Fractions

• Find a common denominator, then add (2 pages)
• Find a common denominator, then subtract (2 pages)
• Add mixed number fractions (2 pages)
• Subtract mixed number fractions (2 pages)
• Subtract fractions from whole numbers (2 pages)

5.NF.2 – Fraction Word Problems

• Solve addition and subtraction fraction word problems (2 pages)
• Solve multi-step addition and subtraction fraction word problems (2 pages)
• Create a model that proves or disproves expressions with fractions (2 pages)
• Estimate equations and then solve (2 pages)
• Explain reasoning when solving a fraction word problem (2 pages)

5.NF.3 – Represent Division as a Fraction

• Write a division equation as a fraction and show on a number line (2 pages)
• Determine which 2 whole numbers the fraction is between (2 pages)
• Solve each fraction as if it were a division problem (2 pages)
• Solve word problems (4 pages)

5.NF.4 – Multiply a Whole Number by a Fraction

• Draw a visual representation and solve (2 pages)
• Solve equations and show work (2 pages)
• Draw a visual representation of multiplying a fraction by a fraction and solve (2 pages)
• Solve fraction x fraction multiplication problems and show work (2 pages)
• Solve word problems (2 pages)
• Create a story problem to go with each equation and solve (2 pages)
• Find area of rectangles by multiplying fractions (4 pages)
• Find the area of rectangles using unit squares and explain (2 pages)

5.NF.5 – Compare Products of Fractions

• Decide which number is greater (2 pages)
• Compare the products of fractions and explain thinking (2 pages)
• Order from least to greatest (2 pages)
• Answer each question with ‘more’ or ‘less’ (2 pages)
• Explain product size by answering questions and explaining thinking (2 pages)
• Estimate the product and then circle the correct answer (2 pages)
• Explain product size by writing expressions that align with descriptions (2 pages)

5.NF.6 – Multiplying Fractions

• Solve real world problems by multiplying fractions (8 pages)
• Write a word problem to go with each equation and solve (2 pages)
• Solve a word problem using 3 different methods (4 pages)

5.NF.7 – Divide Unit Fractions by Whole Numbers

• Create visual models to solve (4 pages)
• Create a number line to solve (4 pages)
• Divide unit fractions by whole numbers (4 pages)
• Divide unit fractions by whole numbers in word problems (2 pages)
• Create word problems to match equations and solve (2 pages)
• Divide unit fractions by whole numbers and explain reasoning (2 pages)

5.MD.1 – Converting Measurements

• Write the correct symbol to show how to convert common measurements (2 pages)
• Convert metric length measurements (2 pages)
• Convert customary length measurements (2 pages)
• Convert customary capacity measurements (2 pages)
• Convert metric capacity measurements (2 pages)
• Convert metric mass/weight measurements 2 pages)
• Convert time measurements (2 pages)
• Convert mixed measurements (2 pages)
• Convert measurements by filling in tables (2 pages)
• Compare measurements (2 pages)
• Solve word problems (2 pages)

5.MD.2 – Creating Line Plots

• Use provided data to create a line plot (2 pages)
• Measure lines and record lengths; make line plot of data (2 pages)
• Use line plots to answer questions (4 pages)
• Record data onto the line plot and answer questions (2 pages)

5.MD.3 – Volume Using Unit Cubes

• Figure out how many unit cubes each shape consists of (2 pages)
• Determine volume using unit cubes (4 pages)
• Create expression to determine volume of each box (2 pages)
• Determine volume using unit cubes when each cube is worth more than 1 (2 pages)

5.MD.4 – Volume

• Find length, width, height and volume of each figure (2 pages)
• Find volume of odd solid shapes (2 pages)
• Find volume and explain reasoning (2 pages)
• Answer questions based on each shape (2 pages)
• Estimate volume and solve; explain (2 pages)
• Calculate volume based on descriptions (2 pages)

5.MD.5 – Calculating Volume

• Calculate volume using l x w x h (4 pages)
• Calculate volume of irregular shapes (2 pages)
• Fill in the blanks for the volume formula based on each figure (2 pages)
• Calculate volume in word problems (4 pages)
• Calculate volume, then provide new dimensions for a shape with the same volume (2 pages)
• Use what you know about volume to solve problems (2 pages)
• Calculate volume and explain reasoning (2 pages)
• Use 3 methods to calculate volume and explain reasoning (2 pages)

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You will be amazed at how easy these worksheets make it for you to collect data on what your students know and what they still need practice with!

Use individual pages as math homework, a quick exit ticket or quiz, or even create your own review packet before your math test!

What makes these math worksheets better?

• Check for student understanding of a single skill in multiple ways
• Student-centered design with easy-to-read fonts and minimal clipart
• Aligned with Common Core, but skill-based to give you the ability to apply to any set of standards
• Print and digital formats to seamlessly adapt to your current learning environment

All of these 5th grade math practice pages are included in three formats:

• Print and go: Printable pages for your students. Answer key included.
• Google Slides: Link to Google Slides presentation. All text boxes have been added for you, and some directions have been modified to fit the digital formatting. Students will need to be familiar with text, line, and scribble tools to complete this format.
• JPEG: individual JPEG files of each worksheet. This format is ideal for digital learning platforms like Seesaw where students can “draw” on top of a file using their finger or a stylus pen.

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