# Math Worksheets Full Year Bundle With Concepts Only | Paper | Grade 5

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Practice or assess Grade 5 math concepts with these math worksheets. Use them for practice, review, or assessment. They only take moments to prep and make differentiation easy peasy. None of these worksheets contain references to holidays or celebrations.

This easy-to-use resource includes:

• over 950+ different pages that practice basic math skills from Canadian Grade 5 curriculums.
• 15 pages in each set. Generally, these sets use numbers up to the ten millions place and thousandths place.
• no repeat questions for any of the sets (same style-different questions)
• word problems to reinforce concepts when possible.
• colouring activities to reinforce concepts when possible.
• math concept sets only.
• link to a blog post to show you different ways to use the worksheets.
• answer keys for all 15 pages.
• metric measurements.
• SI Notation, so numbers are written with spaces between place values instead of commas. (Example: 1 000 000 instead of 1,000,000).

Topics included are:

• NUMBER: numbers up from 100 000 to 10 000 000, representing and decomposing numbers using standard form, words, Place value charts, and expanded form, shorthand numbers 1.8 million, comparing numbers with <, >, = signs, ordering numbers using number sequences, number
lines and terms like greatest and least, rounding to specific place values or using front-end rounding
• OPERATIONS: estimation strategies for all operations, addition and subtraction from 100 000 to 1 000 000, finding multiples, multiplication of 2 or 3 digits by 2 digits, division of 2 or 3 digits by 1 digit with and without remainders. Remainders are expressed as whole numbers, fractions or decimals, order of operations using brackets (but not exponents)
• DECIMALS AND FRACTIONS: representing decimals to thousandths through place value charts, base 10, comparing decimals to thousandths, representing Canadian money to \$1000.00 using dollar \$, cent signs ¢ and decimals, English and French money notation, money computations, adding and subtraction of decimals to thousandths, relating decimals to fractions and fractions to decimals to thousandths, representing proper, improper and mixed fractions, equivalent fractions, simplifying fractions, adding and subtracting fractions, comparing and ordering fractions with uncommon denominators and decimals, ratios, percent, relating decimals, fractions, ratios and percent to each other
• PATTERNS AND ALGEBRA: finding patterns and using pattern rules in charts and tables, describing and extending patterns that involve numbers found in sequences, tables and charts, solving one-step equations with variables and all operations, using the order of operations with whole numbers and brackets
• STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY: reading and interpreting data on graphs, plotting data on graphs, many-to-one correspondence, range, mode, pictographs, bar graphs, double bar graphs, stem and leaf plots, describing probability outcomes using terms like possible, impossible, certain, more likely, less likely, or equally likely, predicting probability outcomes, representing probability outcomes as fractions
• TIME AND MEASUREMENT: elapsed time (students need to be able to read analog clocks), perimeter of rectangles, area of rectangles and irregular shapes, comparing area and perimeter, length (mm, cm, m), volume of rectangular prisms (mm3, cm3, m3), capacity mL, L, metric units, converting metric units
• GEOMETRY: types of lines (parallel, perpendicular, intersecting, diagonal, horizontal, vertical), reflection symmetry (line symmetry) in shapes, objects, and patterns, planes of symmetry in 3D objects, rotation symmetry in 2D Shapes and order of rotation, names of polygons (triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, octagons) and attributes including congruent sides, lines of symmetry, number of sides, vertices and types of lines (parallel sides, perpendicular sides), names and attributes of quadrilaterals (parallelograms, rectangles, squares, rhombuses, kites, trapezoids), names of prisms and pyramids, attributes of prisms and pyramids including faces, edges, vertices, planes of symmetry and types of lines, identifying transformations including translations (slides), rotations (turns) and reflections (flips), plotting and reading coordinates on the first quadrant of the cartesian plane; ordered pairs

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