There’s no better way to practice math than by solving some math problems! Help fifth graders improve their math grades with our fun, printable 5th grade math problems.

### Dodecahedron Decimals

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

### Angles of Polygons

"Angles of Polygons” is a simple yet comprehensive worksheet that familiarizes sixth graders with the formula used to determine the sum of the angles of a polygon. See more

### Area of Parallelograms

Do your students find geometry formulae difficult to remember? Well that’s sure to change with this geometry worksheet, “Area of Parallelograms”. See more

### Area of Trapezoids

This simple geometry worksheet will help your students understand how the formula for the area of a trapezoid is derived.See more

### Area of Triangles

One of the earliest geometry formulae learnt is that for the area of a triangle. Help your young learner arrive at the formula herself with this simple geometry worksheet for kids. See more

### Area of Circles

“Area of Circles” is an incredibly simple geometry worksheet that will have your budding mathematician deriving geometry formulae in no time!See more

There’s no better way to practice math than by solving some math problems! Help fifth graders improve their math grades with our fun, printable 5th grade math problems.

## Math Problems for Fifth Graders

The math curriculum for fifth graders is quite vast, and some kids might find it difficult to grasp all the concepts well. Solving different kinds of math problems will give them the opportunity to practice and improve their math grades.

5th grade math problems cover a wide array of topics including types of triangles, quadrilaterals; area and perimeter; symmetry; decimal to fraction conversions; adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing decimals and fractions; calculating greatest common factor and least common multiple; evaluating variable expressions; interpreting graphs; ratio, proportion, and percent; and probability!

Teachers as well as homeschooling parents can find many kinds of 5th grade math word problems online. Print these out and hand them over to the kids for practice. Monitor them closely to get an idea of what concepts they find difficult to grasp. Get started immediately and watch as the little ones sharpen their math skills and get better at the subject in no time!