If you are looking for fun math activities for fifth graders, you’ve come to the right place! Math Blaster has a wide collection of free math activities, worksheets and problems for kids. Check them out now!

Your fifth grader should be comfortable with multiplication by now, but there’s no harm in teaching him to multiply numbers in his head. Try this fun group game! See more

Fifth grade geometry learners can sometimes be confused by the strange new vocabulary and definitions. Give your child a helping hand with this fun lesson on angles. See more

Use the educational value of cards, dice and calculators to give fifth graders a chance to practice their math skills. See more

Give your fifth grader a chance to practice his estimation skills when the family gathers for Christmas or Thanksgiving. See more

How about using card games to help your child understand exponents? This fun kids’ game-cum-exponents lesson shows you how. See more

Introducing your child to card games is a great way to hone his math skills. Here’s a fun card game that doubles up as a lesson in probability and statistics.See more

Equivalent fractions can be a pain if you haven’t understood the concept properly. Here’s fun activity to help your child understand what common and equivalent fractions are all about. See more

If your child finds it difficult to wrap his brains around the concept of fractions, a game of 'Common Denominator Race' might be just what he needs! See more

'Coupon Math' is a simple and fun game you can use to teach some basic math skills to your fifth grader. See more

'Hunting for Prime Numbers' is a fun math activity to help him understand prime and composite numbers. See more

Your fifth grader gets to develop a solid understanding of basic equivalents with this fun version of the classic card game. See more

In ‘Factors with Friends’, kids work in pairs to find the factors of two numbers individually, and then compare the answers to find the GCF. See more

Kids race each other to sort factor flowers into the correct flowerpots in this free math activity.See more

Use this free math activity to help your kids understand how a Venn diagram works, and then to teach them how to find the GCF and LCM of two numbers with a Venn diagram.See more

GCF Bingo is a simple variation of the game ‘Bingo’ that allows a large group of kids to practice finding the GCF of two numbers.See more

Move your math lesson into the outdoors with this fun math activity. ‘Ring the GCF’ is a simple game that is perfect for making GCF practice exciting.See more

Turn your lesson on proportions into a fun and exciting art class with this printable proportions activity, ‘Giant Candy’. See more

‘How Many Sugar Packets’ is an interesting proportions activity that investigates how much sugar is present in common junk food items. See more

‘If I Owned a Bullet Train’ is a fun proportions activity that explores what it would be like to get around the city on a bullet train. See more

This free math activity demonstrates the importance of using proportions to determine the actual price of objects, instead of just looking at the total price of the pack. See more

Find out what your dolls would look like if they were to become as tall as you are with this fun proportions activity, ‘Life-Sized Dolls’. See more

Introducing algebra as a language and showing your students how to understand and use it is a great way to increase their regard and fondness for the subject. See more

Help your sixth graders remember the rules for adding and multiplying positive and negative numbers with this printable algebra activity.See more

‘It’s War’ is a Battleship-style paper and pencil game with a fun algebraic twist. See more

‘Rapid Fire Equations’ is a free algebra activity that gives sixth graders plenty of practice doing basic mathematical operations on integers.See more

Show your students how the Pythagorean theorem can be used to calculate the approximate square roots of various numbers.See more

“TV Time Algebra” is a fun and free algebra activity that encourages students in 5th grade to explore and learn more about algebra and algebraic equations. See more

“Traveling Math Buff” is a fun and free math activity for 5th grade. Make this a part of your travels to teach your kids to be quick at distance, speed, and time calculations. See more

“No Fear of Fraction” is a free and printable 5th grade fractions activity that introduces fifth graders to this important math concept while engaging them with a fun game! See more

“Grow Your Graph” is a free and printable 5th grade activity on graphs. This fun activity teaches 5th graders all about drawing and plotting on graphs! See more

“Eating Decimals” is a fun decimals activity for 5th graders. Get this free and printable activity to help your kids learn about decimals while having fun! See more

“Characteristics of Solids” is a great worksheet that lets students explore and manipulate the basic solid shapes in their three dimensional forms before discussing their characteristics. See more

‘Cat and Rat’ is a cool geometry worksheet that shows kids how to design a maze of their own using only a grid and some tracing paper! See more

Teach kids place values with our fun place value game ‘Dodecahedron Decimals’! This match activity is a great way to engage kids and make them experts on this topic. See more

‘Terrific Tangrams’ is a simple math activity with shapes that is sure to challenge the little ones! See more

“Around the World” is a fun math worksheet that will have students traveling around the world and back in a fraction of the time it took Phileas Fogg. See more

Ducks in a Row is a fun game played like Bingo. Students must solve decimal multiplication problems and cover the products on their boards with duck markers. See more

Top Spinner is a multiplication game that can be adapted to match the skill level of different students. Younger students can play the easy version, and older or more skilled students can play the difficult version. See more

5th grade math includes a wide array of topics such as determining greatest common factor or least common multiple of numbers; adding, subtracting and multiplying decimals and fractions; calculating area and perimeter; measuring angles; and more!

While some of these topics may be relatively easy to grasp, others might prove to be more challenging. To encourage kids to enjoy learning the subject and practice math , it is a good idea to engage them with fun math activities. Such activities promote hands-on learning and teach kids the practical uses of various concepts.

Our collection of fifth grade math activities is a valuable resource for homeschooling parents as well as teachers. Check them out and get the kids started on them immediately!

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