These problems will pose a challenge for anyone--all the way through high school. The purpose is to promote number sense and to help instill the feeling that math puzzles can be enjoyable.
That said, only your most ambitious students will be able to tackle most of these.
Covering 2 domains, these problems are quite varied. They are in domain-cluster-standard-skill order where "skill" is a subset of a standard. Within a skill, they are in difficulty order.
The reason for the 4 sets of problems is that everyone has different needs and different time allotments. So, the shorter worksheets work for some and the longer ones for others.
[The problems in All WORKSHEETS and PREVIEWS are printed in difficulty (1 [easy], 2 [not so easy], 3 [proficiency] up to 4 [mastery]) order within a skill. The actual difficulty level appears slightly to the left of the DK box of each problem in a very small font. Also, instructional references appear on worksheets but are optional on quizzes.]
You might also want to check out Grade 5 Summary
, GIFTED/CHALLENGING problems
, CONSTRUCTION problems
, MENTAL MATH problems
, WORD problems
, Level 4 (most CHALLENGING) problems
, STEM problems
or, finally, the REVIEW of 4th grade concepts
for the 5th grade.