K5 Learning Blog

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

Reading help

When making inferences and drawing conclusions in reading, students get to the meaning of texts: what is important, why it is important and how one event leads to another.

Math help

We have added 40 new math worksheets for grade 3 students to practice data and graphing.

Math help

Sometimes you just want someone to explain how to solve a math problem in 60 seconds or less. We have created videos that do just that.

Science help

Try this fun activity with items you have at home. Making a homemade compass is surprisingly easy.

Science help

Magnetism is one of nature’s fundamental forces, yet scientists don’t fully understand why it occurs in the first place. Let’s explore how magnets work.

Reading help

When writing stories, there are eight essential elements to keep them running smoothly and allow the action to develop in a logical manner for the reader to follow. We take you through the first three elements: characters, setting and plot.

Math help

Skip counting is one of the building blocks in math that, once mastered, will make higher level math easier to learn.

Grammar help

Is it e.g. or i.e.? Let’s get to the bottom of these abbreviations.

Science help

Weather is what is happening in the atmosphere around us at any time. In kindergarten, students start to learn about the weather. We have some worksheets for that.

Reading help

An author’s purpose is that writer’s reason for, or intent in, writing a particular text. Working out what that purpose is can be tricky.