K5 Learning Blog

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

Science help

In grade 3 students peel back the layers of the Earth, learn about volcanoes and cover the Earth, moon and sun.

Grammar help

There are some pairs of verbs that can easily be confused. Common verb pairs like “lie” and “lay”, and “will” and “would” can be troublesome for students as they confuse their meaning. In their verb forms these verbs get even more confusing.

Reading help

Reading with our kids for 30 minutes every day sets them up for reading success. We give you some tips on how to make the most of your reading time.

Math help

2 to the power of 3 does not mean 2 x 3 = 6. It means 2 x 2 x 2 = 8. Let’s practice reading and writing exponents with these worksheets.

Learning resources

Descriptive adjectives are used to clarify or add detail to a sentence. These words include feelings, colors, sizes, shapes, etc. We’ve created a list of 50 adjectives and related descriptive adjectives to expand your kids’ vocabulary.

Science help

In grade 2 science, students work on how plants survive, pollinate and disperse seeds. Our worksheets help students practice plants.

Grammar help

“I” and “me” are not the same, and they cannot be used interchangeably. We’ll take you through subject and object pronouns.

K5 update

We’ve added 133 new cursive alphabet worksheets to our popular cursive writing section.

Learning resources

We have made a couple of templates to help your children practice for their weekly spelling tests.

Math help

Learning place value is important as it helps students understand the magnitude of numbers. You could say place value teaches the "why" behind the basics of math, beyond memorization and repetition.