### Grade 5 Arithmetic Worksheets

Fifth Grade continues to challenge your children with multiplication and division problems. In addition, worksheets for fractions, decimals, ratios and percentages are provided in this level.

Related pages in this subject:

General | Kindergarten | Grade 1 | Grade 2 | Grade 3 | Grade 4

Related pages in this year group:

Fourth Grade Money | Fifth Grade Time | Fifth Grade Measurement

## Multiplication Grid | |

Have your children complete the grid by multiplying the numbers together. You can choose whether you want to create a worksheet with a 10x10 grid or a 12x12 grid. |

## Division Problems | |

This worksheet generates six random questions about division. Two examples are: A shoe shop has 50 shoes in the window. How many pairs is that? The local supermarket sells small cartons of fruit juice in packs of 7. There are 84 cartons on the shelf. How many packs is that? |

## Improper Fractions | |

This worksheet is split into two parts. The first half has nine improper fractions, e.g. 9/6, 5/3, etc. and your students need to write them as whole numbers and proper fractions. The second part of the worksheet is the reverse. Your students need to change the whole numbers and fractions to improper ones. |

## Finding Percentages | |

There are 10 percentage problems on this worksheet. Your children need to find the percentages and write down their answers showing their working out. For example: 25% of 48 = 1/4 of 48 = 48 / 4 = 12 |

## Multiplication | |

This is a simple worksheet with eight multiplication problems on it. A 3-digit number needs to be multiplied by a single digit number. Your children are encouraged to check their answers with an inverse calculation, e.g. Check 120 x 4 = 480 with 480 / 4 = 120. |

## Rounding Decimals | |

In the first section of this worksheet, your children are asked to round numbers with one decimal place up or down to the nearest integer. In the second part of the worksheet, they need to complete an addition problem by adding a decimal number to a decimal number to make the next whole number. |

## Addition and Subtraction Methods | |

This wizard makes addition or subtraction worksheets with the problems presented in three different styles: 1) horizontally, 2) using columns for hundreds, tens and units, and 3) story problems describing real-life situations. |

## Division Problems 2 | |

The division word problems on this worksheet require your children to use fractions and round up or down as appropriate. Two examples are: I use 1065g of flour to make 6 cakes. How much flour is used in each cake? 333 apples are gathered in an orchard by 10 children. On average, how many apples did each child find? |

## Ratios | |

This worksheet generates survey results about various likes, dislikes and other topics. Your children need to work out the ratios in each case. Here are two examples: 12/32 children love mathematics. What is the ratio of children who love math to those who don't? 25 out of 40 boys like basketball. What is the ratio of boys who like basketball to those who don't? |