Grade 5 – A handy set of grade appropriate worksheets for substitute teachers to use.

The following worksheets can be left for a substitute teacher if you have to be out of the classroom for a day or more. Each sheet has an activity that fits within the Fifth Grade curriculum, including subjects such as math, language skills, writing practice, calculating perimeters, reading comprehension, and more. These worksheets can also be used as part of a standard lesson plan, extra credit work, quiet time activities, and more.

Please note that in some cases, answer keys have been provided. These must be printed separately, as they are not included with the main page.

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You've Got Me Puzzled! Directions

Find the words on the next page in this puzzle and then read the secret message with the letters that are left-over!

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You've Got Me Puzzled!

Page 2 of 2. Students will fill in the puzzle to make the vertical and horizontal equations correct. Use with "You've Got Me Puzzled! Directions" page above.

I'm in A Lot of Maize

Students will traverse from one side to the other in this tricky maze.

Math Quest

Students will use multiplication, division, equality symbols, and graphs to answer the questions.

Grammar is Not Your Relative

Students will practice various grammar operations such as identifying parts of speech and unscrambling sentences.

Don't 'Dis' the Puzzle

Students will unscramble words beginning with "Dis" and use the coded letters to reveal a message.

Inventions

Students will identify the contributions made by famous inventors in this multiple choice worksheet.

Sudoku Saturday

Using the numbers 1-9 you must insert the numbers only once in each horizontal line, vertical line and in each 3X3 grid. Use a pencil to figure out the answers.

Math Score Card Review

Students will identify relative value, complete patterns, and fill out a division grid.

Body Parts and Objects

Page 1 of 2. Students will read short essays and answer questions based on their reading comprehension.

Shape Making

Page 2 of 2. Students will read short essays and answer questions based on their reading comprehension.

Let's Take This Out of Context!

Students will identify the meanings of underlined words by using context clues within the sentences.

Analogies

Students will choose the best analogy from the word bank based on preceding comparisons.

The Area and Perimeter of a Shape

Students will calculate the area and perimeter of various shapes using the information provided.

The Cs Maze

Students will find and circle words beginning with the letter C.

The Tallest Person In The World

Students will read a short passage in order to answer the questions on the "Tall Questions" page below.

Tall Questions

Students will answer questions based on the information presented in the "The Tallest Person In The World" page above.

Pumpkin Dot to Dot

Students will solve a connect the dots puzzle to reveal a spooky image.

Math- Integers are Fun

Students will complete and use number lines to answer questions about integers.

Pre-Algebra

Students will fill in the charts according to the operational instructions.

Rounding Numbers

Students will round each number to the nearest hundred.

Adjectives- Very Descriptive Words

Students will use the diagram provided to create a list of adjectives about the given subject.

American Eagle, Black Bear and the Humans

In the Triple Venn Diagram Below, find the similarities and differences between the American Eagle, Black Bear and the Human.

Wolf Acrostic Poetry

Students will choose an animal name and write a poem using the letters of that animal.

Spelling Lesson

Students will sort words from a word bank by number of syllables, and match words to their definitions.

More Spelling

Students will use the words from a word bank, and a dictionary, to answer the questions.

Math Review

Students will solve different mathematical equations involving place value, fractions, and geometry.

Crying Cryptogram

Students will unscramble the words-all of which end in "ous" and use the coded letters to reveal a secret message.

Puzzled Math

Students will fill in the grid with numbers in order to make the vertical and horizontal equations correct.

The Strongest Person in the World Reading Passage

Page 1 of 2. Students will read a short passage in order to answer the questions on the "The Strongest Person in the World Questions" sheet below.

The Strongest Person in the World Questions

Page 2 of 2. Students will answer the questions based on the reading material presented in the "The Strongest Person in the World Reading Passage" sheet above.