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Math Skill Checks | 3-5 Bundle

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This BUNDLED math resource includes printable and digital math worksheets that give your third, fourth and fifth graders practice with ALL intermediate math skills like addition and subtraction, multiplication, division, algebraic concepts, geometry, measurement and data and more. These Common Core aligned math quick checks are perfect for morning work, assessment, homework, review, fast-finisher activities, exit tickets, and math centers.

These math worksheets are provided in THREE formats to best fit your classroom needs – Print and Go, Google Slides, and JPEG.

Included in this BUNDLED resource:

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THIRD GRADE MATH SKILL CHECKS

3.G.1 – Shapes and Their Attributes

  • Identifying shapes and listing attributes (3 pages)
  • Identifying number of sides for different shapes (1 page)
  • Comparing and contrasting shapes (4 pages)
  • Drawing shapes when given attributes (1 page)
  • Identifying quadrilaterals (2 pages)

3.G.2 – Partitioning Shapes into Equal Parts

  • Equal parts and non-equal parts (2 pages)
  • Partition shapes and identify unit fraction (3 pages)
  • Unit fractions (2 pages)
  • Partitioning shapes (3 pages)

3.MD.1 – Time to the Nearest Minute; Elapsed Time

  • Write the time shown in the clock to the nearest 5 minutes (2 pages)
  • Write the time shown on the clock to the nearest minute (6 pages)
  • Write the time given on a clock (6 pages)
  • Elapsed time word problems (3 pages)
  • Find the elapsed time when given start and end time (3 pages)

3.MD.2 – Measuring and Estimating Liquid Volumes and Masses

  • Metric capacity (3 pages)
  • American capacity (3 pages)
  • Metric weight (3 pages)
  • American weight (3 pages)

3.MD.3 – Picture Graphs and Bar Graphs

  • Create a picture graph when given data (2 pages)
  • Interpret information from a picture graph (2 pages)
  • Make a bar graph when given picture graph (2 pages)
  • Interpret information from a bar graph (4 pages)

3.MD.4 – Measuring to the Quarter Inch; Line Plots

  • Measure line segments to the nearest 1/4 inch – ruler provided on page (5 pages)
  • Measure line segments and make line plot of data – ruler not provided (3 pages)
  • Create line plot from data (2 pages)

3.MD.5/6 – Concepts and Measurements of Area

  • Determine area from a grid (5 pages)
  • Shade in area on a grid (5 pages)
  • Determine area of rectangles (3 pages)
  • Determine area of squares (2 pages)
  • Determine area of rectangles and squares with L & W given (5 pages)

3.MD.7 – Area by Tiling; Area of Odd Shapes

  • Show multiplication and addition model for tiled area (5 pages)
  • Distributive property and area (3 pages)
  • Area of irregular figures (5 pages)

3.MD.8 – Perimeter

  • Perimeter of squares (2 pages)
  • Perimeter of rectangles (1 page)
  • Perimeter of other shapes (4 pages)
  • Perimeter word problems (2 pages)
  • Draw perimeter when given data (1 page)

3.NBT.1 – Rounding to the Nearest 10 and 100

  • Rounding to the nearest 10 with a number line (6 pages)
  • Rounding to then nearest 100 with a number line (6 pages)
  • Rounding to the nearest 10 and 100 – mixed (3 pages)

3.NBT.2 – Addition and Subtraction Within 1000

  • Adding (10 pages)
  • Subtracting within 1000- No borrowing (5 pages)
  • Subtracting within 1000 – Borrowing (5 pages)
  • Subtracting within 1000 – Across Zeros (5 pages)

3.NBT.3 – Multiplying Multiples of 10

  • Multiplying using base 10 blocks (5 pages)
  • Multiplying multiples of 10 and underline basic facts (5 pages)

3.NF.1 – Identifying Fractions

  • Identify the fraction when given a picture (6 pages)
  • Shade a picture of the numerical fraction given (5 pages)

3.NF.2 – Fractions on a Number Line

  • Identify the fraction when given a point (5 pages)
  • Draw the point on number line when given the fraction (5 pages)

3.NF.3 – Comparing Fractions; Equivalent Fractions; Whole Numbers

  • Determine equivalent fractions on a number line (4 pages)
  • Name equivalent fractions based on pictures; shade another equivalent fraction (6 pages)
  • Shade in and name equivalent fractions on fraction strips (4 pages)
  • Fractions as whole numbers (4 pages)
  • Comparing fractions (8 pages)

3.OA.1 – Multiplication Strategies

  • Solve multiplication equations using an array or groups (6 pages)
  • Solve multiplication equations using repeated addition (3 pages)
  • Write a multiplication fact represented by a model (3 pages)
  • Solve multiplication equations using a number line (3 pages)

3.OA.2 – Division Strategies

  • Solve division equations using an array or groups (6 pages)
  • Solve division equations using repeated subtraction (3 pages)
  • Write a division fact represented by a model (3 pages)
  • Solve division equations using a number line (3 pages)

3.OA.3 – Multiplication and Division Word Problems

  • Four word problems per page (10 pages)
  • Make your own word problem when given an equation (2 pages)

3.OA.4 – Solving for Unknown Numbers

  • Find the missing number in the fact triangle (5 pages)
  • Fill in the missing number in the equation (5 pages)

3.OA.5 – Properties of Multiplication

  • Commutative property (2 pages)
  • Associative property (2 pages)
  • Distributive property (6 pages with increasing difficulty)

3.OA.6 – Division Related to Multiplication

  • Fill in the missing number from equation (5 pages)
  • Fill in the missing numbers from the table (2 pages)
  • Complete the fact family equations (3 pages)

3.OA.7 – Multiplication Fact Fluency

  • Zeros-Ones (1 page)
  • Ones-Twelves (1 page for each, 12 pages total)
  • Mixed Facts (2 pages)

3.OA.8 – Multi-Step Word Problems

  • Four word problems per page (10 pages)

3.OA.9 – Arithmetic Patterns

  • Describing patterns in the multiplication table (5 pages)
  • Input/Output tables (4 pages)
  • Fill in the missing numbers on multiplication table (1 page)

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FOURTH GRADE MATH SKILL CHECKS

4.NBT.1 – Place Value

  • Fill in the blank to show value of underlined digit (2 pages)
  • Fill in the blank to show place value of underlined digit (2 pages)
  • Compare value based on place (2 pages)
  • Write number when given rule (2 pages)
  • Fill in the blanks to make number sentences true (2 pages)

4.NBT.2 – Number Form and Comparing Numbers

  • Answer questions about a given number (2 pages)
  • Identify numbers in a set with largest or smallest value (2 pages)
  • Make the greatest and smallest numbers possible when given a set of digits (2 pages)
  • Answer true or false to a number comparison and explain thinking (1 page)
  • Write > < or = to make a given statement true (1 page)
  • Write a number that fits the description (1 page)
  • Write numbers in expanded form (1 page)

4.NBT.3 – Rounding

  • Complete number lines and round to given place value (2 pages)
  • Round numbers to a given place value (2 pages)
  • Round a number to nearest 10 and 100 (2 pages)
  • Use open number lines to round to nearest 100 (1 page)
  • Use open number lines to round to nearest 1000 (1 page)
  • Name numbers that fit a description and explain thinking (2 pages)

4.NBT.4 – Add and Subtract

  • Subtract with no borrowing (3 pages)
  • Subtract with borrowing (5 pages)
  • Subtract across zeroes (2 pages)
  • Add with no carrying (2)
  • Add (8 pages)
  • Find the missing addend (4 pages)

4.NBT.5 – Multiplication

  • Multiply 2- 3- or 4-digit numbers by 1 digit numbers (5 pages)
  • Multiply 2-digit by 2-digit numbers (5 pages)
  • Multiplication word problems (5 pages)

4.NBT.6 – Division

  • Divide 2- 3- or 4- digits by 1-digit no remainders (2 pages)
  • Divide 2- 3- or 4- digits by 1-digit remainders (2 pages)
  • Divide 2- 3- or 4- digits by 1-digit mixed (6 pages)
  • Division word problems (5 pages)

4.OA.1 – Interpreting Multiplication Equations

  • Write a multiplication equation when given a comparison statement (3 pages)
  • Write a comparison statement when given a multiplication equation (3 pages)
  • Solve multiplicative comparison word problems (4 pages)

4.OA.2 – Multiplicative Comparison Word Problems

  • Solve multiplicative comparison word problems (8 pages)
  • Write a multiplicative comparison word problem when given an equation (2 pages)

4.OA.3 – Multi-Step Word Problems

  • Solve multi-step word problems (10 pages)

4.OA.4 – Factors/Prime & Composite Numbers

  • Find factors for given numbers (2 pages)
  • Answer YES/NO questions about factors; explain reasoning (1 page)
  • Use arrays to prove/disprove a statement about factor pairs (1 page)
  • List multiples of given numbers (2 pages)
  • Color prime numbers and explain what a prime number is (1 page)
  • Color composite numbers and explain what a composite number is (1 page)
  • Circle prime or composite numbers in a given set of numbers (2 pages)

4.OA.5 – Rules and Patterns

  • Use tables to solve word problems (1 page)
  • Use given rule to continue the pattern (2 pages)
  • Observe the pattern to identify the rule (1 page)
  • Identify the rule, then complete the pattern (1 page)
  • Match a given pattern to its rule (2 pages)
  • Extend a repeating visual pattern (1 page)
  • Predict what a future visual pattern will look like (2 pages)

4.NF.1 – Equivalent Fractions

  • Decompose shapes to create equivalent fractions (2 pages)
  • Circle equivalent fraction from a set (1 page)
  • Shade in and name equivalent fractions using fraction bars (2 pages)
  • True/False (2 pages)
  • Generate equivalent fractions (2 pages)
  • Circle equivalent fractions from a set (1 page)

4.NF.2 – Comparing Fractions

  • Write <, >, or = when given 2 fractions with uncommon denominators (2 pages)
  • Order a set of fractions with uncommon denominators from greatest to least (1 page)
  • Order a set of fractions with uncommon denominators from least to greatest (1 page)
  • Name fractions and then compare using <, >, or = (2 pages)
  • Determine true and false inequalities (2 pages)
  • Name a fraction in between 2 given fractions (2 pages)

4.NF.4 – Multiplying Fractions

  • Decompose fractions to make multiplication expressions (2 pages)
  • Use a number line to solve a whole number multiplied by a unit fraction (2 pages)
  • Multiply the fractions using a model (2 pages)
  • Multiply the fractions using a number line (2 pages)
  • Word problems (2 pages)

4.NF.5 – Equivalent Fractions | Tenths and Hundredths

  • Write an equivalent fraction when given a fraction with 10 or 100 in the denominator (2 pages)
  • Name a fraction based on a model, then name the equivalent fraction (1 page)
  • Add fractions with 10 and 100 in the denominator (3 pages; varying difficulty)
  • Shade in a model to make an equivalent fraction, then name the fractions (2 pages)
  • Name fractions, then add when given a model (2 pages)

4.NF.6 – Fractions as Decimals

  • Convert fractions to decimals (4 pages)
  • Convert decimals to fractions (2 pages)
  • Fill in fraction, word form, or decimal form (2 pages)
  • Write fraction and decimal based on model (2 pages)
  • Write a decimal and place on number line when given fraction (2 pages)

4.NF.7 – Comparing Decimals

  • Compare decimals using >, <, or = (2 pages)
  • Place decimals on number line, then compare (2 pages)
  • Draw decimals on model, then compare (2 pages)
  • Circle which the decimal is closest to: 0, 1/2, or 1 (2 pages)
  • Order 3 decimals from least to greatest (1 page)
  • Order 3 decimals from greatest to least (1 page)

4.G.1 – Angles and Lines

  • Label angles as right, obtuse, or acute (2 pages)
  • Label lines as perpendicular, parallel, or intersecting (1 page)
  • Label lines and angles using word bank (1 page)
  • Answer questions about angles in shapes (1 page)
  • Indicate whether a shape has perpendicular lines, parallel lines, both or neither (1 page)
  • Draw shapes, lines, or angles with given properties (2 pages)
  • Answer questions about lines and angles based on a map (2 pages)

4.G.2 – Classify Shapes

  • Label triangles as right, acute or obtuse (1 page)
  • Use a set of polygons to answer questions (2 pages)
  • Draw shapes with given properties (1 page)
  • Indicate angles, sides, and more by completing a table (3 pages)
  • Match the shape to its description (1 page)
  • List 3 properties of a given shape (1 page)
  • Cut and paste quadrilaterals into the correct category. (1 page)

4.G.3 – Lines of Symmetry

  • Recognize and label lines of symmetry in the alphabet (2 pages)
  • Recognize lines of symmetry as vertical, horizontal, or diagonal (1 page)
  • Pick shape that isn’t symmetrical out of a set; draw lines of symmetry on other shapes in set (1 page)
  • Pick objects that shows correct drawing of lines of symmetry in a set (2 pages)
  • Draw lines of symmetry in objects (2 pages)
  • Complete the drawing (2 pages)

4.MD.1 – Measurement (Metric and Customary)

  • Convert customary measurements (4 pages)
  • Convert metric measurements (2 pages)
  • Convert measurements from a table (8 pages)
  • 2 conversion charts included (1 metric, 1 customary)

4.MD.2 – Measurement Word Problems/Story Problems

  • Solve word problems involving units of measurement (10 pages)

4.MD.3 – Area and Perimeter

  • Find the area and perimeter of quadrilaterals (4 pages)
  • Find the value of one side and the perimeter when given the area of a shape (4 pages)
  • Area and perimeter word problems (2 pages)

4.MD.4 – Line Plot/Fraction Addition and Subtraction

  • Plot given data on a line plot and solve addition and subtraction equations based on the data (10 pages)

4.MD.5 – Angles and Fractional Parts of Circles

  • Determine if an angle is right, obtuse or acute when given a measurement (3 pages)
  • Calculate the angle measurement of an angle in a circle when given the fractional part (3 pages)
  • Choose the most logical measurement when given a picture of an angle (4 pages)

4.MD.6 – Measure and Draw Angles

  • Use a protractor to measure the angles (6 pages)
  • Label a measurement as acute, obtuse, or right and draw a sketch of the angle (4 pages)

4.MD.7 – Additive Angles

  • Find the missing angle measurement when given a line/one angle (3 pages)
  • Find the missing angle measurement in a triangle (2 pages)
  • Find the measurement of a missing angle, then draw an angle given a description (5 pages)

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FIFTH GRADE MATH SKILL CHECKS

5.G.1 – Reading Coordinates

  • 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)
  • Find correct answers and explain incorrect answers (2 pages)
  • Answer questions about patterns in powers of ten (4 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)
  • Answer questions about rounding that may have multiple correct answers (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 pr