K5 Learning Blog

K5 Learning provides free worksheets and other materials for kids in kindergarten to grade 5.

Math help

Adding numbers that need to be regrouped can be tough. We take you through a step-by-step example of three-digit addition with regrouping.

Grammar help

One of the most common conjunctions is “and”. You can use “and” to join two whole sentences together.

Reading help

As your kids learn to read, there are several reading strategies you can use to help them improve. We’ll take you through these strategies.

Science help

Grade 2 students practice weather words as part of their science curriculum. This list of weather words may come in handy.

Math help

In kindergarten, measurement practice starts with size comparisons: bigger/smaller, taller/shorter, and same/different.

Reading help

In creative writing, we give objects human traits to craft an image of that object in the reader’s mind. We call this personification.

Grammar help

Many students get confused when using an apostrophe and s at the end of a word. When do you add an apostrophe to words that end in s?

K5 update

Check out the new workbook we’ve added to our bookstore: tracing for preschool and kindergarten students.

Science help

Grade 1 students spend a large part of their science curriculum on animals. We’ve created a variety of worksheets for students to practice the needs of, classifications and habitats of animals.

Math help

The line of symmetry of a shape is a line that cuts that shape exactly in half and both halves match exactly. Grade 4 students work on lines of symmetry, and we have worksheets for them to practice identifying and drawing lines of symmetry.