## 5th Grade Math Word Problems

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## Math Problems for Grade 5

During the summer holidays, Ginny earns extra money mowing lawns. He mows 8 lawns an hour and has 32 lawns to mow. How long will it take him?

Mom bought her daughter Molly 4 gifts of \$24 each and Sun Max 6 gifts of \$18 each. How much money did she spend in total?

4*24+6*18=204.

5th grade students going on an excursion. This means that 125 students must board the buses, and each bus can accommodate 48 students. How many buses will the school need?

Your mom bought you a one-year tennis pass for \$300. She’s making 12 payments of how much money to pay for the pass?

The mean average of the following 5 math marks will become Sandra’s report card mark: 96, 69, 83, 73 and 85. What will her report card mark be?

In July Potter earns extra money mowing lawns. He mows 8 lawns an hour and has 28 lawns to mow. How long will it take him?

Maggie wants to ride the Ferris wheel, the roller coaster, and the log ride. The Ferris wheel costs 6 tickets, the roller coaster costs 5 tickets and the log ride costs 8 tickets. Maggie has 13 tickets. How many more tickets should Maggie buy?

Mount Kilimanjaro is 19,340 feet high. Mount Everest is 29, 028 feet high. How much smaller is Mount Kilimanjaro?

Betty had 29 dolls. Then she bought 23 dolls from the toy store and got 25 dolls for her birthday. Betty gave 12 of the dolls to her sister and 17 to her friend Lily. How many dolls does Betty have left?

solve 10-20 problems and riddles a day. Can you do more?

## Understand fractions as division

* Write the answer as a proper fraction or a mixed number.

Mr. Green ordered a giant sausage for the party. It was 6 feet long! When the sausage arrived, it was cut into 16 equal pieces. How long is each piece?

Mrs. Brown decided to make a healthy snack for the 20 students in his class. She gave each student a dish of yogurt, and divided 6 cups of berries equally among the dishes. How many cups of berries did each student get in their yogurt?

5th-grade students take an excursion to the Nature Museum. They will be in the museum for 3 hours and they want to spread their time evenly among the 10 exhibits. How much time should they spend at each exhibition?

On the birthday, Luca wants to bring in homemade breakfast biscuits for his classmates. He makes a batch of 25 biscuits using 8 cups of flour. How much flour is in each biscuit?

## Variable equations

Michelle had a list of 28 books she wanted to read. Then she read 4 and crossed them off the list. The letter X stands for the number of books Michelle has left on her list. Which equation can you use to find X?

28+4=X or 28-4=X.

At Henry's birthday party, the kids get into 2 groups for a treasure hunt. Each group has 6 kids. The letter Y stands for the total number of kids. Which equation can you use to find Y?

## Add 3 or more fractions

Granny made a fruit salad with 2/3 of a pound of melon, 2/3 of a pound of bananas, and 2/3 of a pound of pineapple. How many pounds of fruit did Granny use in total?

A waitress put leftover tarts into the fridge on Thursday night. She noticed that the restaurant had 2/3 of a tart filled with cherries, 1/3 of a tart filled with blueberries, and 2/3 of a tart filled with peaches. How many leftover tarts did the restaurant have in all?

During his visit to the garden, Arnold collected 4/7 a bag of apples, 2/7 a bag of peas and 1/7 a bag of plums. How many bags of fruit Arnold collected?

## Fractions of a Number

Of the 10 cups on the shelf, one-fifth are white. How many white cups are on the shelf?

Four-fifths of the 20 bowls in the cupboard are yellow. How many yellow bowls are in the cupboard?

16 yellow bowls.

There are 10 people waiting for the train. Two-fifths of them have an umbrella. How many people waiting for the train have an umbrella?

Of the 20 people in line for ice cream, seven-tenths want vanilla. How many people want vanilla ice cream?

Pour 2 2/4 cups of walnuts and 3 3/8 cups of pecans into the squirrel feeder. How many glasses of nuts did the squirrel fill?

When painting my kitchen, I used 3 1/2 liters of wight paint and 2 1/4 liters of green paint. How much paint did I use in all?

Kathleen used 6 1/3 liters to water her orchids and 2 6/9 liters to water her potted cacti. How many liters of water did Kathleen use for the flowers?

Molly is making strawberry milkshake. She added a 1/4 cup of strawberry syrup to 2/3 cup of milk. How much strawberry milkshake did Molly make?

A jug of water is ½ full. If 3 children equally share the water, what fraction of the full jug does each child get?

Each child would get 1/6 of the 1/2 left of water.

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## Check Out These 50 Fifth Grade Math Word Problems of the Day

Three trains pulled into the station at 3 p.m.

Opening your daily math lesson with a Fifth Grade Math Word Problem of the Day is an excellent way to set the stage for learning! Incorporate them at the start of your math block to build confidence, critical thinking skills, and a learning community. Students will get used to reading for meaning while also identifying key information. Encourage students to write out equations and draw pictures to explain their thinking, since this helps them see the light when they are stuck!

Topics in these fifth grade math word problems cover patterns and place value, addition and subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, measurement, and comparisons.

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## 50 Fifth Grade Math Word Problems

1. three trains pulled into the station at 3 p.m. the menton train had 2,589 passengers. the reston train had 671 passengers. the pearson city train had 1,024 passengers. how many passengers were there all together.

## 17. Mr. Sketch had 180 colored pencils in his classroom art bin. He bought new boxes of colored pencils that had 10 in a box. Now he has 400 colored pencils. How many new boxes did he buy?

18. 4,500 people arrived at the stadium for the rock concert on buses. another 4,500 came by train. the rest came in cars. each bus could hold 225 people and every bus was filled. how many buses were there.

## 27. Rick has 4/5 of a Choco-bar. Sid has 6/7 of a Choco-bar. Nick has 6/8 of a Choco-bar. Who has the biggest piece of a Choco-bar?

28. ginny has 6/4 of some watermelons. william has 3/9 of another watermelon. steve has ½ of a different watermelon. who has the smallest amount of watermelon.

## 39. Tristan only has 1/8 of his deck left to paint. The whole deck has a total area of 100 square feet. He figured he could get ½ of what’s left done on Friday and the rest on Saturday. What fraction of the total deck does he plan to paint on Saturday?

40. three friends were keeping track of their running. these are the results from their runs on saturday. paige ran 0.75 miles. tanner ran 0.09 miles. liza ran 0.706 miles. who ran the farthest.

## 43. Heather has 4 bank accounts. The first has \$25.09 in it. The second has \$106.75 in it and the third and fourth each have \$108.08 in them. What is the total amount of money Heather has in these accounts?

44. each member of kirk’s family got a payment of \$1,070.09 from their family business. there are 12 people in kirk’s family, including him. they range in age from 12 to 99. how much did the family get paid in total.

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## 69 Challenging Word Problems for 5th Graders

October 17, 2023 //  by  Seda Unlucay

We know how hard it can be to come up with thought provoking word problems in the middle of a math lesson, so we’ve taken the pressure off by creating a grandiose list that’s perfect for your 5th graders. These multi-step word problems incorporate addition , subtraction , multiplication , and division as well as; time , money, place value , and fractions . Since they involve more than one step, your students should be encouraged to express their thinking with pictures and words to help solve and check each problem. Reference this helpful list of word problems when planning your next math lesson!

## Grade 5 Word Problem Worksheets

Free printable fifth grade math worksheets to help your students improve their ability to solve word problems! Applying mathematical concepts to solve word problems can be challenging. These free worksheets are great repetition for your students! Scroll down to access all of the free grade 5 word problem worksheets. For more word problem resources, click on the image to the right to check out the word problem task cards. They cover a range of different math concepts for students in grades 4 & 5.

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## Grade 5 mixed word problems

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## It’s one thing to solve a math equation when all of the numbers are given to you but with word problems, when you start adding reading to the mix, that’s when it gets especially tricky.

The simple addition of those words ramps up the difficulty (and sometimes the math anxiety) by about 100!

How can you help your students become confident word problem solvers? By teaching your students to solve word problems in a step by step, organized way, you will give them the tools they need to solve word problems in a much more effective way.

## Here are the seven strategies I use to help students solve word problems.

1. read the entire word problem.

Before students look for keywords and try to figure out what to do, they need to slow down a bit and read the whole word problem once (and even better, twice). This helps kids get the bigger picture to be able to understand it a little better too.

## 2. Think About the Word Problem

Students need to ask themselves three questions every time they are faced with a word problem. These questions will help them to set up a plan for solving the problem.

## Here are the questions:

A. what exactly is the question.

What is the problem asking? Often times, curriculum writers include extra information in the problem for seemingly no good reason, except maybe to train kids to ignore that extraneous information (grrrr!). Students need to be able to stay focused, ignore those extra details, and find out what the real question is in a particular problem.

## B. What do I need in order to find the answer?

Students need to narrow it down, even more, to figure out what is needed to solve the problem, whether it’s adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, or some combination of those. They’ll need a general idea of which information will be used (or not used) and what they’ll be doing.

This is where key words become very helpful. When students learn to recognize that certain words mean to add (like in all, altogether, combined ), while others mean to subtract, multiply, or to divide, it helps them decide how to proceed a little better

Here’s a Key Words Chart I like to use for teaching word problems. The handout could be copied at a smaller size and glued into interactive math notebooks. It could be placed in math folders or in binders under the math section if your students use binders.

One year I made huge math signs (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and divide symbols) and wrote the keywords around the symbols. These served as a permanent reminder of keywords for word problems in the classroom.

## C. What information do I already have?

This is where students will focus in on the numbers which will be used to solve the problem.

## 3. Write on the Word Problem

This step reinforces the thinking which took place in step number two. Students use a pencil or colored pencils to notate information on worksheets (not books of course, unless they’re consumable). There are lots of ways to do this, but here’s what I like to do:

• Circle any numbers you’ll use.
• Lightly cross out any information you don’t need.
• Underline the phrase or sentence which tells exactly what you’ll need to find.

## 4. Draw a Simple Picture and Label It

Drawing pictures using simple shapes like squares, circles, and rectangles help students visualize problems. Adding numbers or names as labels help too.

For example, if the word problem says that there were five boxes and each box had 4 apples in it, kids can draw five squares with the number four in each square. Instantly, kids can see the answer so much more easily!

## 5. Estimate the Answer Before Solving

Having a general idea of a ballpark answer for the problem lets students know if their actual answer is reasonable or not. This quick, rough estimate is a good math habit to get into. It helps students really think about their answer’s accuracy when the problem is finally solved.

## 6. Check Your Work When Done

This strategy goes along with the fifth strategy. One of the phrases I constantly use during math time is, Is your answer reasonable ? I want students to do more than to be number crunchers but to really think about what those numbers mean.

Also, when students get into the habit of checking work, they are more apt to catch careless mistakes, which are often the root of incorrect answers.

## 7. Practice Word Problems Often

Just like it takes practice to learn to play the clarinet, to dribble a ball in soccer, and to draw realistically, it takes practice to become a master word problem solver.

When students practice word problems, often several things happen. Word problems become less scary (no, really).

They start to notice similarities in types of problems and are able to more quickly understand how to solve them. They will gain confidence even when dealing with new types of word problems, knowing that they have successfully solved many word problems in the past.

## If you’re looking for some word problem task cards, I have quite a few of them for 3rd – 5th graders.

This 3rd grade math task cards bundle has word problems in almost every one of its 30 task card sets..

There are also specific sets that are dedicated to word problems and two-step word problems too. I love these because there’s a task card set for every standard.

This 4th Grade Math Task Cards Bundle also has lots of word problems in almost every single of its 30 task card sets. These cards are perfect for centers, whole class, and for one on one.

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## CHALLENGE ZONE 5th Grade Math Problems

Welcome to our 5th Grade Math Problems. Here you will find our range of challenging math problem worksheets which are designed to give children the opportunity to apply their skills and knowledge to solve a range of longer problems.

These problems are also a great way of developing perseverance and getting children to try different approaches in their math.

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Here you will find a range of problem solving worksheets.

The 5th grade math problems on the sheets are longer math problems designed to encourage children to use a range of math skills to solve them.

The skills the problems will help to develop include:

• systematic working
• logical thinking
• number fact knowledge
• fraction problems
• trial and improvement strategies
• working backwards
• working systematically
• searching for all possible answers.

At fifth grade, the problems are more advanced with children needing to become more systematic in their approach and experimenting using trial and improvement strategies.

Many of the problems have addition 'What if ...' questions with them to extend learning and get children looking for alternative solutions.

These sheets are great for extending learning for more able mathematicians, or using in a whole class problem solving lesson.

• 5th Grade Math Word Problems
• Bertie's Big Win

Bertie's Big Win is a problem involving both money and fractions which can be worked backwards. The aim of the problem is to work out how much money Bertie started with from the clue that are given.

• Fox vs Rabbit #2

Fox vs Rabbit is an activity involving mathematical modelling of a fox chasing a rabbit. The rabbit has a head-start, but the fox is faster. The aim is to find out when the fox will catch the rabbit, and whether or not the rabbit has time to reach his burrow.

• 1..2..3..4.. Challenge

The 1..2..3..4.. Challengs is a number problem involving using the numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4 along with arithmetic operators to make the numbers from 1 to 20. It is great for practicing PEMDAS and getting children to persevere and develop their mental arithmetic skills.

There are 2 versions of the problem sheet, one with a pre-prepared template for filling in, and a second blank version for children to show their own recording system.

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• Frazer's Wall #2

Frazer's Wall #2 is a fraction problem solving activity which involves trying to work out the number of bricks that were laid in each day to find out how long it would take to make a wall. This problem is best solved by using a table or working it out one day at a time.

• Millenary Math

Millenary Math is a time problem involving what the time will be in a thousand years/weeks/hours/minutes, etc. It is a good activity for converting units of time and knowing facts like how many days are in each month. There is no answer sheet, as the activity involves using the current time.

• Sally's Fruit Punch #3

Sally's Fruit Punch is a money and scaling activity. The aim is to use the information to work out how much ingredients are needed. The ingredients then need to be priced to work out a total cost.

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• Share the Treasure #5

Share the Treasure is a fraction sharing activity where the aim is to work backwards to find out how many bars of treasure the pirates had before they shared them all out. It is a good activity for developing fraction problem solving and working backwards.

• Something Fishy #2

Something Fishy is a money problem which involves working out exactly how many of each fish were bought in order to have spent a fixed amount of money on the fish. It is a good activity for using lists and tables to find all possibilities. It is also great for perseverance!

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• The Five Primes

The Five Primes is a number activity involving finding five primes with different totals. It is a good activity for learning prime numbers up to 30, and also for working systematically.

• The Rock Race #3

The Rock Race is a 5th grade math problem which needs some perseverance to complete. The aim of the activity is to try different routes around the 6 rocks to determine which route is the shortest.

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Who Chose Which is a logical number activity where you need to use the clues to work out which numbers each of the salamanders chose.

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Number Totals Investigation is a PEMDAS number task which involves using 3 digits and operations to make the largest or smallest possible total.

## Looking for some easier math problems?

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Here you will find our selection of free 5th grade math word problems.

Each sheet is availabel in both standard and metric units (where applicable).

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All the problems are based around 'real life' such as the planets, heights of mountains, or length of rivers.

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All the worksheets help to support Elementary math benchmarks.

Here you will find a range of printable 5th grade math puzzles for your child to enjoy.

The puzzles will help your child practice and apply their addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts as well as developing their thinking and reasoning skills in a fun and engaging way.

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Free 5th Grade Math Word Problems Worksheets (PDF) for topics including estimating, rounding, fractions, and decimals. For all Grade 5 math

10. Grade 5 Mixed Word Problems Worksheets

Mixed word problem worksheets for grade 5. Includes the basic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division), fractions, decimals

11. Strategies for Solving Word Problems