Grade 3, Grade 4, and Grade 5 Math Worksheets

On this page you will find: a complete list of all of our math worksheets, lessons, math homework, and quizzes. All for Grade 3, Grade 4, and Grade 5. These worksheets are geared for students between the ages of eight and eleven. You will find over 1,300 Grade 3 - Grade 5 printable math worksheets.

Algebra Worksheets

  1. Basic Algebra
  2. Function Tables
  3. Function Tables With Missing Parts
  4. Integer Word Problems
  5. Writing Two Step Equations
  6. See ALL Algebra Worksheets Listed By Skill Development Order

Basic Operations Worksheets

  1. Commutative, Associative, and Distributive Properties
  2. Even or Odd Numbers
  3. Number Line

Comparison Worksheets

  1. Compare and order numbers 0.0001 to 10
  2. Compare and order numbers 1 to 1000
  3. Order Decimals and Fractions

Coordinate Graphing Worksheets

  1. Drawing Ordered Pairs
  2. Finding Ordered Pairs
  3. Graphing Coordinates
  4. Naming Quadrants
  5. Plotting Points
  6. Writing Coordinates

Counting, Integers Worksheets

  1. Even or Odd Numbers
  2. Numbers to Words
  3. Ordinal Numbers
  4. Writing Numbers As Words

Decimal Worksheets

  1. Convert Decimals to Fractions and Percentages
  2. Convert Fractions to Percentages and Decimals
  3. Convert Percentages to Fractions and Decimals
  4. Decimal Addition (up to thousandths 0.001)
  5. Decimal Division ( up to hundredths 0.01)
  6. Decimal Multiplication (up to hundredths 0.01)
  7. Decimal Subtraction (up to thousandths 0.001)
  8. Visualizing Decimals

Division Worksheets

  1. Divisibility Tables
  2. Division Math Puzzles
  3. Division Determine If Remainders Exist
  4. Division Sharing with Visuals
  5. Division Word Problems
  6. Division Word Problems Easier
  7. Double Digit Long Division
  8. Double Division With and Without Remainders
  9. Long Division Review
  10. Missing Digit Division Short
  11. Missing Digit Division
  12. Mixed Division Review
  13. Picture Division
  14. Simple Picture Division
  15. Single Digit Division, No Remainders
  16. Single Digit Long Division with Remainders
  17. Single into Double Digit Division, No Remainders
  18. Single into Double Digit Division With Remainders
  19. Triple From Triple Digit Division, No Remainders

Factoring / Multiples Worksheets

  1. Factors of Numbers
  2. Finding Common Factors
  3. Identifying Multiples
  4. Prime Factors

Fractions Worksheets

  1. Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers
  2. Adding Mixed Numbers
  3. Comparing Fractions
  4. Convert Decimals to Fractions and Percentages
  5. Convert Fractions to Percentages and Decimals
  6. Convert Percentages to Fractions and Decimals
  7. Dividing Mixed Numbers
  8. Fraction Addition and Equivalents
  9. Fraction Division
  10. Fraction Multiplication
  11. Fraction Review
  12. Fraction Subtraction
  13. Fraction Word Problems
  14. Fraction Word Problems w/ Mixed Numbers
  15. Fractions As Number Word Problems
  16. Fractions of Numbers
  17. Fractions of Large Numbers
  18. Mixed Numbers To Fractions
  19. Multiplying Mixed Numbers
  20. Rewriting Fractions
  21. Subtracting Mixed Numbers
  22. Visual Fractions

Geometry Worksheets

  1. Classifying and Measuring Angles
  2. Find The Area and Perimeter of Triangles, Parallelogram, Trapezoids
  3. Find The Area, Perimeter, and Volume of Rectangles
  4. Find the Surface Area and Volume of Rectangular Solids
  5. Finding the Surface Area and Volume of Cubes
  6. Recognizing Lines of Symmetry
  7. Recognizing Similar and Congruent Figures
  8. Translations, Reflections, Rotations: Transformations
  9. Triangles

Graphing and Charting Data Worksheets

  1. Graphing Lines By Two Points
  2. Pictographs
  3. Plotting Points
  4. Reading and Making Bar Graphs
  5. Reading and Making Line Graphs
  6. Reading Circle Graphs

Measurement Worksheets

  1. Converting Units of Capacity
  2. Converting Units of Length
  3. Reading Rulers (Inches)
  4. Reading A Ruler (Metric)
  5. Unit Conversion- Kilo-, Milli-, Centi-
  6. Using Time Conversion Charts

Money Math Worksheets

  1. Counting U.S. Money
  2. Using Money Conversion Charts

Multiplication Worksheets

  1. Double Digit Only Multiplication
  2. Missing Digit Multiplication Easy
  3. Missing Digit Multiplication
  4. Mixed Digit Multiplication Easy
  5. Mixed Digit Multiplication
  6. Multiplication as Repeated Addition
  7. Multiplication Math Puzzles
  8. Multiplication Times Tables
  9. Multiplication Word Problems
  10. Picture Multiplication
  11. Quick Multiplication
  12. Reverse Multiplication Tables
  13. Single Digit Multiplication
  14. Single Digit Multiplication Tables
  15. Single-Double Digit Multiplication
  16. Three Digit with Single, Double, And Triple Digit Multiplication
  17. Triple Times Double Digit Multiplication
  18. Triple Times Triple Digit Multiplication
  19. Two Digit with Single and Two Digit Multiplication
  20. Visual Multiplication

Patterns Worksheets

  1. Ordering Numbers
  2. Patterns Within Data Sets
  3. Patterns Within Shapes and Pictures

Percentage Worksheets

  1. Convert Decimals to Fractions and Percentages
  2. Convert Fractions to Percentages and Decimals
  3. Convert Percentages to Fractions and Decimals
  4. Finding Percentages

Place Values Worksheets

  1. Place Value 0.0001s to 1s
  2. Place Value 1s to 10,000s place
  3. Place Value 1 to 100,000 writing in standard form

Probability & Statistics Worksheets

  1. Data Sets: Mean, Median, Mode
  2. Elementary Probability
  3. Probability

Rounding / Estimation Worksheets

  1. Estimate Length and Weight (Metric)
  2. Estimating Quotients
  3. Estimating Sums and Differences
  4. Estimating Sums and Differences with Decimals
  5. Estimating Sums and Differences with Fractions
  6. Rounding to Tens, Hundreds, Thousands
  7. Rounding to Thousandths

Time Worksheets

  1. Telling Time
  2. Time Word Problems
  3. Using Time Conversion Charts

Word Problems Worksheets

  1. Basic Word Problems
  2. Consecutive Integers Word Problems
  3. Division Word Problems
  4. Fraction Word Problems
  5. Fraction Word Problems w/ Mixed Numbers
  6. Fractions As Number Word Problems
  7. Integer Word Problems
  8. Intermediate Word Problems
  9. Introductory Word Problems
  10. Mixed Word Problems
  11. Multiplication Word Problems
  12. Time Word Problems

Math Tips For Grade 3, Grade 4, & Grade 5:

  1. Top 10 Grade 3, Grade 4, and Grade 5 Math Skills
  2. 5 Fun Math Games that you can play at home with children
  3. 5 Fun Ways to Teach Division: Making it Real
  4. 10 Common Mistakes When Preparing For A Math Test
  5. 10 Practical Tips for Motivating Kids to Improve Their Math Skills
  6. 10 Reasons why it is important to understand Mathematical Patterns?
  7. 10 Study Tips for Math Class
  8. 10 Ways to Motivate Elementary Students to Value Math
  9. 10 Ways We Use Math Everyday
  10. Bar Graphs, Pie Charts, and Line Graphs: How are they similar and how are they different?
  11. Fractions, Decimals, and Percents: How do they relate and how do they differ?
  12. How we use decimals everyday and don't even realize it.
  13. How we use fractions everyday and don't even realize it.
  14. Two Dimensions versus Three Dimensions: What's the big deal?
  15. What are similarities and differences between fractions and ratios?
  16. What Do You Learn About Math in Grades 3 through 5?
  17. What Math Concepts Are Taught in Third Grade?
  18. What Math Concepts Are Taught in Fourth Grade?
  19. What Math Concepts Are Taught in Fifth Grade?
  20. When Do You Use: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents?
  21. Why are Fractions So Important in your life anyway?

What do you learn about math Grades 3 through 5?

In grades 3 through 5, math concepts have a very broad range of mathematics topics. However, these are the math concepts that students should understand by the end of the fifth grade based on the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics standards.

When it comes to Numbers and Operations concepts these are the concepts that students study. They learn place values using the base ten system as represented in whole numbers and decimals. Students recognize parts of fractions as units of whole numbers, along with finding locations on number lines. They use common fractions, decimals and percents in models and other forms in whole numbers.

Students learn to locate and plot numbers less than 0 on a number line using negative whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and percents. They use addition and multiplication in problem solving situations that involve reciprocal functions in subtraction and division. Other mathematical operations include the distributive laws in multiplication and addition. They be able to mentally compute multiplication and division problems, such as 20 x 40. Students develop fluency in arithmetic computations in whole numbers and fractions. They learn to estimate using mental computations, along with using calculators and pencil/paper.

In the area of Geometry concepts they learn to classify and develop an understanding of two and three dimensional objects, such as: squares, rectangles, cones, spheres, cylinders, etc. They also study the polygons as they relate to lines that are parallel and perpendicular. Additional areas of geometry and shapes will be the focus on transformations and symmetry of shapes as they are flipped, rotated, and turned. Further explorations are in the development tessellations, congruence, and similarities of geometric shapes. They learn to make connections of geometric shapes

Third through fifth grade students also learn how to construct geometric shapes to find the area and volume of objects, using mathematical formulas. These include squares, prisms, rectangles, cones, circles, spheres, cylinders, etc. They also spend time learning how to apply geometric shapes to real world applications, along with connections to of content subject areas. Additional concepts in this area that students will explore are the distance between given points on a straight line, along with points on horizontal and vertical lines.

In the mathematical concept area of Algebra students develop representations of patterns and functions using words, tables, graphs, and models. They explore and computer whole numbers using the commutative, associative, and distributive properties. In addition, they learn to apply variables to mathematical problems to the second variable level. They begin to develop an understanding of expressions and equations.

The concept area of Measurement is focused on the using standard and non-standard units of measurement to determine the relationships between different objects. This also be connected with geometry as they learn how to measure the area, volume, and mass of different geometric shapes. They learn how to measure all aspects of circles, prisms, and pyramids.

Students apply measurement applications to length, mass, volume, size, and angles of different objects to using formal and informal units of measure. Students explore the concepts of the metric system as they learn to convert U.S. customary units of measurement into the metric system. They learn to apply estimation skills for determining the shape, volume, area, and mass of different objects.

In the concept area of Data Analysis and Probability, students use appropriate language to explain their findings in experiments and simulations. They learn how to develop questions that will help them find the differences between tow samples in a population.

Students use data on tables to plot the data on line plots, bar graphs, and line graphs. This will then be used to draw conclusions and predictions from data that was collected in observations, experiments, and surveys. They develop mathematical theories for explaining events that will result in a likely or unlikely outcome. They interpret data that is represented on graphical plots to make predictions of likely outcomes.

When it comes to Problem Solving, students develop problem solving strategies to help them develop a fundamental understanding of mathematics. Students use word problems and other real world simulations in problems solving situations.

In the concept are of Representation, students will learn to collect and organize data. Then use the data to solve problems. Answers are presented as models that are physical and social. They are able to draw graphs, charts, tables, and other forms to explain how they solved a problem.

For Connection concepts students learn to make connections to real world applications and other subject content areas. This includes making connections with other concepts in mathematics.

Students learn to Communicate their mathematics ideas in the form of sentences, drawings, posters, and multimedia applications. This be used to ascertain their level of understanding as they explain mathematical concepts to other students and teachers.

Students use logical Reasoning and Proof to explain their mathematical findings and problem solving techniques.

All of these mathematical concepts are used to develop a well rounded base knowledge of mathematical ideas and language as students' progress to higher levels of mathematics.