Worksheet 1: Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Solve the following word problems: a) John has 15 marbles. He gives away 7 marbles to his friend. How many marbles does John have now? b) Sarah has 24 stickers. She buys 10 more stickers from the store. How many stickers does Sarah have in total? c) There are 35 students in a class. If 12 students are absent, how many students are present?

Complete the number patterns: a) 5, 10, 15, __, __, __, __ b) 20, 18, 16, __, __, __, __ c) 3, 6, 9, __, __, __, __

Evaluate the expressions: a) 8 + 5  3 b) 4 Ã— 6 Ã· 2 c) 12  (4 + 3)
Worksheet 2: Numbers and Operations in Base Ten

Write the expanded form of the following numbers: a) 4,567 b) 2,345 c) 9,876

Compare the following numbers using the appropriate symbol (<, >, or =): a) 3,456 __ 3,465 b) 5,678 __ 5,678 c) 9,999 __ 10,000

Round the following numbers to the nearest hundred: a) 3,456 b) 5,678 c) 9,999
Worksheet 3: Geometry and Measurement

Calculate the perimeter of the following shapes: a) A rectangle with length 8 cm and width 5 cm. b) A square with side length 6 cm. c) A triangle with side lengths 4 cm, 5 cm, and 6 cm.

Convert the following measurements: a) 2 feet = __ inches b) 3 yards = __ feet c) 5 miles = __ feet

Identify the type of angle in each figure: a) Right angle b) Obtuse angle c) Acute angle
These worksheets cover various 4th grade math CCSS standards and should keep 5th grade students engaged for 30 minutes to an hour.