# K5 Learning Blog

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

An incomplete comparison is a misleading argument that is often used in advertising. This soda has 50 percent less sugar, this dishwashing liquid has 30 percent more cleaning power. What’s so wrong with these statements?

We’ve added a new math workbook to our bookstore that covers topics related to factoring and prime numbers.

You may be familiar with the fable, The Lion and The Mouse, where the lion is caught in the ropes of a hunter’s trap and the mouse gnaws through the ropes to free him. This story is an allegory with a message: “the weakest can help the strongest”.

Algebra is the part of math in which letters and symbols are used to represent numbers and quantities in equations. We’ve created an entirely new section of free worksheets for students to practice early algebra.

We use modifiers every day when we speak and write without realizing it. So, what are modifiers?

Students who need to practice their basic subtraction facts may want to try these subtraction math drill worksheets.

We can rearrange the letters in the word cat to make the word act. The same goes for baker and break. We often use anagrams in word games, but they can also be useful in helping kids learn spelling patterns.

For students who need to work on adding two-digit numbers to large numbers, we have a dedicated section of math drill worksheets.

We use “there is” and “there are” to say that something exists. Whether to use “there is” or “there are” in a sentence depends on the noun that follows it.

We have created lots of new worksheets for our grade 4 measurement section to help students work on converting between different units of the same system.