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WORKSHEETS FOR
CLASSV MATHEMATICS
Prepared by: Mr. Anil Kumar Nayak (PRT)
Kendriya Vidyalaya, Lunglei
WORK SHEET1
Name of the Student:__________________________ Roll No.______
1.Fill in the blanks
1,73,000 = ________ thousand
_____ thousand = 1 lakh
______ lakhs = 1 crore,
2. Write in words
42,000  _______________________________________
75,22,692  __________________________________________________
21,95,000 ___________________________________________________
3. Use some shapes to draw 5 different animals
WORK SHEET2
1.Word Problems:a.Sushil wants to buy a house whose cost is Rs 1645000. He has Rs 745000.
How much money is he short of?
b.Ritik runs 5 km 400 m every day. How much does he run in a week?
c.If 12 birthday cakes weigh 14kg 700g, how much does one cake weigh?
d.The population of a city is 96, 85, 216. If 32, 09, 792 are women and
40,00,315 are men. Find the population of children?
e. Mr. Shah took a loan of Rs 84000 from a bank to buy a house. He paid an
amount of 7150/ every month for an year. How much money did he pay as
interest?
WORK SHEET3
1. See the table and answer the question that follow
Types of Boat
Catch of fish in 1 trip
Speed of the Boat
Log Boat
30 kg
4 Km/Hr
Long tail boat
500 kg
10 Km/Hr
Motor boat
750 kg
18 Km/Hr
Machine boat
5000 kg
24 Km/Hr
Answer these
a) How far will the long boat go in 2 ½ hrs?
b)
How long will it take the long tail boat to go 15 Km?
c)
What is the approximate catch of fish of motor boat in 2 trips?
d)
How far will the machine boat go in ½ hr?
e)
What is the total catch of fish all boats in a trip?
f)
Now write 3 questions of your own and answer them.
2.Find
a.
6 km 240 m
+
14 km 360 m = _________________________
b.
25 kg 350 g
+
8 kg 750 g = _________________________
c.
4 l 275 ml 
2 l 150 ml
d.
16 km 250 m

= _________________________
10 km 660 m= _________________________
WORK SHEET4
1.Convert the following
a.3 Kg into g  ____________________
b.12 l into ml  ____________________
c.9 km into m ____________________
8. Match the following correctly
Kilo
Hundredth
Hector
Thousand
times
Decca
Thousandth
Deci
Hundred times
Centi
Tenth
Milli
Ten times
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Lesson – 2
Shapes and Angles
WORK SHEET5
1.Fill in the blanks.
a.The common end point where two rays meets is called a _____________.
b.An angle whose measure is between 00 and 900 is called a ____________
angle.
c.An angle whose measure is ____________ is called a straight angle.
d.Angles can be measured using a _____________.
e.Angles are measured in ______________.
f.Each side of a protractor measures angles from ______________ to
____________.
g.Angles measuring less than _______________ degrees are called acute
angles.
h.A right angle measures ______________ degrees.
i.____________ angle measures more than 900.
j.Two line segments with common end points form an ____________.
WORK SHEET6
1. Identify the angle as right angle, acute angle, obtuse angle or straight angle.
a.400
___________________________________
b. 1100 ___________________________________
c.900
___________________________________
d. 1800 ___________________________________
e. 1590 ___________________________________
f. 120
___________________________________
2. Match them correctly
Obtuse angle
Right angle
Acute angle
WORK SHEET7
1.Study the figure and answer the following questions
M
P
L
O
a. Name the Vertex ____________
b.Name a right angle ___________
c.Name an acute angle ___________
d.Name an obtuse angle ___________
e.Name a straight angle ___________
f.Name the arms of ∟PLO ___________
g.If ∟PLO = 250 find OLN
___________
2.Make all the types of angles using math sticks.
N
WORK SHEET8
1.Draw anything of your choice around the angle shown. Also write the kind of
angle it is.
2.Draw angles whose measurements are given below.
b. 200
d. 700
c. 450
e. 1200
d.
850
Lesson3
How Many Squares?
WORK SHEET9
1. Find the area in sq cm.
C
B
A
D
A_________________
B_________________
C________________
D________________
3.
Complete the shapes so that the area is 6 sq cm.
WORK SHEET10
1.
Paste 3 stamps on a graph paper. Find the area of each by counting squares.
2. Make 3 tile patterns of your own.
a.
b.
c.
Lesson 4
Parts & Wholes
WORK SHEET11
1.
Fill in the blanks.
a. 1/3 of 15 = _________
b.2/5 of 100 = __________
c.1/3 of 9 = _________.
d.3/5 of 15 = _________
e.1/10 of 100= __________
f.2/3 of 18= _________
2. Determine
a) 2/7 of 210 g =___________
b) 3/9 of 450 ml =___________
c) 4/15 of Rs150 =___________
d) 20 seconds of a minute =___________
e) 4 hours of a day
3.
=___________
Draw grids of 16 squares and make patterns with 3/8 blue, ¼ green, 2/8 red.
WORK SHEET12
1. Make your own time table for a day. Use different colours to show what part
of the day is used for studies, for sleep, for playing, for other activities etc.
2.
Write the fraction of the following
= 
= 
= 
= 
WORK SHEET13
1.
Look at the price list and answer the given questions.
Item
Price in Rs
(per Kg)
a.
How much does 4 kg potato cost?
Tomato
24
b.
____________________________
What is price of 1 ½ Kg tomato?
Potato
16
c.
____________________________
How much does ¾ Kg gouard cost?
Onion
20
d.
____________________________
What is the price of 2 ¼ Kg carrot?
Carrot
18
e.
____________________________
How much onion can be bought for Rs 30?
Gouard
8
f.
Make a bill of your own vegetables you want to buy. Find the total
money you will have to pay?
____________________________
WORK SHEET14
1.
a.
Word problems Arun and Ali took 39 minutes to reach school. If they walked for 1/3 of the
time and then went by bus, how many minutes did they spend in bus?
b. Sujatha’s birthday cake was cut into 16 equal pieces. After the party, ¼ of the
cake was left. How many slices were left?
c.How many match boxes costing Rs ½ can be bought for Rs 10?
d. Rahul studied science for 1/3 hour and English for ½ hour. How long did he
study?
e. Rohit left his home at 6.40 a.m. and reached school at 7.20 a.m. How long did
he take to reach school?
Lesson – 5
Does it look the same?
WORK SHEET15
1.
How many lines of symmetry can you draw through these figures?
2.
Write the letters of English alphabet which look the same after ½ turn.
3.
Write the same two digit & three digit numbers which look the same after ½
turn?
4.
Draw two shapes of your own which look the same after a halfturn.
WORK SHEET16
1.
Draw the shapes
Shape
2.
On ¼ turn
On ½ turn
Draw the shapes
Shape
On 1/3 turn
On 1/6 turn
WORK SHEET17
1. Draw grids of 36 squares and make patterns with ¼ red, ½ blue and 1/9 green,
remains part fill with black colour.
Count how many squares are filled with red, blue, green, and black separately.
7. Divide the white area in the given square into six equal parts.
WORK SHEET18
8. Answer the following.
i.What part of a day is 8 hours?
______________________________.
ii. How many 1/8 will make1/2?_____________________________ __.
iii. What part of a day is six hours ?
_______________________.
iv. ½ = /8 = /4
v. 25 paisa is _______ part of one rupee.
9.Draw two shapes of your own which look the same after a 1/6 turn.
10. Draw two shapes of your own which look the same after a 1/3 turn.
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Lesson – 6
Be My Multiple, I’ll be your factor
WORK SHEET19
1.
Fill in the blanks.
a) When two or more numbers are multiplied, then each number is a
____________ of the product and the product is the ____________ of the
numbers.
b) ____________ is a factor of every number.
c) Every non – zero number is a factor of ___________
d) A number having only two factors is called a ________________ number.
e) A number having more than two factors is called a _____________
number.
f)The next four multiple of 3 are ________________.
g) The multiples of 15 lying between 50 and 100 are called ________,
________, ______
h) _________ is the only even prime number
i) The first common multiple of 4 and 8 is _________
j) The factors of 12 are 1, 2, ____, _____, ______, and ______
k) The highest common factor of 12 and 18 is __________
WORK SHEET20
1. Write all the prime numbers less than 50.
2.Write all factors of
a.
5 =_______________
b.
9 = ________________
c.
10 = ________________
d.
21 = ________________
e.
24 = ________________
f.
32 = ________________
3.
Write first multiples of
a.
3 = ________________
b.
5 = ________________
c.
7 = ________________
d.
11= ________________
e.
16= _______________
f.
20= ________________
WORK SHEET21
1.Find the HCF (Highest Common Factor) of
a. 15, 20
b. 16, 17
c. 14, 7 and 28
2. Find the L.C.M (Lowest Common Multiple) of
a) 10 and 15
b) 2, 3 and 5
c) 12 and 20
WORK SHEET22
1.Fill in the circle.
Factors of 12
Factors of 30
Common factorsof 12 and 30
WORK SHEET23
1. Make factor trees of the following numbers.
a.30
c.50
b.24
d.72
WORK SHEET24
1. Word Problems
a) Two ropes 12m and 16m long are to be cut into small pieces of equal length.
What will be the maximum length of each piece?
b) Three bells at intervals of 15, 20 and 30 minutes. If they ring together at 11a.m,
at what time will they next ring together?
c) Find the greatest number that can exactly divide 15, 25 and 35.
d) What is the least number of Apples a teacher should have so that when they are
distributed among 10, 15 or 25 students, no apple is left?
Lesson – 7
Can you see the pattern
WORK SHEET25
1. Complete seeing the pattern
a)
___________, _____________, ___________________
b)
___________, _____________, ___________________
c)
___________, _____________, ___________________
d)
___________, _____________, _________________
2. Complete the magic square
Rule: Use numbers 26 to 34
Total of each line = 90
WORK SHEET26
1. Complete the hexagon.
Use numbers 1 to 12 in circles so that 4 numbers in each row is 26.
2.
3
16
8
16
4
100
25
Use numbers so that number in sum of rectangle is the product of nos. each
side
WORK SHEET27
1. See the pattern and write 3 more such relations
a)
1X1=1
2X2=4=1+3
3X3=9=1+3+5

b)
1X1=1
2X2=1+2+1
3X3=1+2+3+2+1
4 X 4 = 
c)
1X8+1=9
12 X 8 + 2 = 98
123 X 8 + 3 = 987
1234 X 8 + 4 = 
WORK SHEET28
1. See the pattern and write 3 more such relations
1 X 9 – 1 = 08
21 X 9 – 1 = 188
321 X 9 – 1 = 2888
4321 X 9 – 1 = 54321 X 9 – 1 = 
2. Fill in the blanks
a) 1, 2, 4, 7,
_________, ___________, __________
b) 8, 11, 14, 17 , _________, ___________, _________
c) 1, 4, 9, 16,
_________, ___________, __________
d) 1600, 800, 400,
_________, ___________, __________
WORK SHEET29
1. Change the following numbers into special numbers.
a.48
b. 273.
c.368
Lesson – 8
Mapping Your Way
WORK SHEET30
WORK SHEET31
1. Draw map of your town and also mention a scale of that map.
Lesson – 9
Boxes and Sketches
WORK SHEET32
1.Draw two floor maps of your own.
2. Make the windows and door in the deep diagram seeing the floor map.
Lesson – 10
Tenths and Hundredths
WORK SHEET33
1) Write as a decimal
a. 3 m 45 cm =  m
b. 7 m 30 cm =  m
c. 99 cm
=  m
d. 5 Rs 80 Ps =  Rs.
e. 55km 565 m. =km
2)Find the place value of the underlined digits.
56.932  ___________
2.5698  ___________
253.6432  ___________
965.9898  ___________
25.21216  ___________
WORK SHEET34
1) Compare the decimal numbers.
a. 5.263 _____ 2.99
b.45.269 ______50.21
c.562.968 ____ 96.564
d.78.65 ______ 58.365
2. Add the following.
a. 42.569 + 2.368
b.45.36 + 58.269
c.57.264 + 59.361
3.Subtract the following.
a.56.214  12.135
b.49.365  5.25
c.586.547  36.159
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Lesson – 11
Area and its Boundary
WORK SHEET35
1.Fill in the blank.
a. Area of a square = _______
b. Area of a rectangle = _______
2.Find the perimeter of the following figures.
(the squares are 1 cm square)
3.Find the area and perimeter of the following squares, whose sides are given
a. 15 m.
AREA ______
PERIMETER________
b. 50 m.
AREA ______
PERIMETER________
WORK SHEET36
1.Find the area of a wall to be whitewashed, if its length is 15m and breadth is 5
m.
2.If artea of a square is 49 sq. m, then find sides of that square.
3. Find the area and perimeter of the following rectangles, whose lengths and
breadths are given
a. length 15 m. and breadth 8 m
AREA ______
PERIMETER________
b. length 60 m. and breadth 20 m AREA ______
PERIMETER________
c. length 25m. and breadth 15m
AREA ______
PERIMETER________
Lesson – 12
Smart Chart
WORK SHEET37
1.
Tally marks
Numbers
Cycle
Car
Auto
rickshaw
Truck
.
a) Write the number of vehicles of each type, by counting tally marks.
b) How many vehicles in all were seen ?
c) Number of auto rickshaws are four times that of trucks. True / False.
d)Make tally marks for 7 buses in the table.
WORK SHEET38
1.The temperatures of some cities on a particular day is given in the table.
CITY
TEMPERATURE
Guwahathi
12.8
Jaipur
10.2
Kolkata
13.1
Mumbai
19.0
Srinagar
1.3
Trivandrum
21.6
(a) What is the temperature of Kolkata?______________________
(b) Which city has the lowest temperature?_________________
(c) Which city has the highest temperature?___________________
(d) What is the difference of temperatures between Guwahati and
Jaipur?__________________________
(e) How many degrees will the temperature need to rise for it to reach 40 C in
Trivandrum?______________________
WORK SHEET39
Lesson – 13
Ways to multiply and divide
WORK SHEET40
1.Fill in the blanks.
a.9 x 10 = ____
b.14 x ___ = 98
c. 50 x 100 = ____
d. 456 x _____ = 4560000
e. 178 x 200 = ____
2.Find the product.
a. 1563 x 24
b. 569 x 235
c. 560 x 650
d. 562 x 893
WORK SHEET41
1. Divide and find the quotient and remainder.
a. 4596 by 21
b. 6531 by 100
c. 9642 by 42
WORK SHEET42
2. 5 litres of petrol cost is Rs.260. How much will 12 litres of petrol cost?
3. A factory produces 4520 bolts in a day. How many bolts will it produce in 54
days?
4.The cost of 5 kg of apple is Rs.450. Saroj bought 3 kg.How much did he pay?
Lesson – 14
How Big? How Heavy?
WORK SHEET43
2.A brick is 20 cm long, 11 cm wide and 5.5 cm high. Find the space occupied by
500 such bricks.
3.How many boxes, each of size 10 cm x 8 cm x 5 cm can be packed in a cartoon
of size 100 cm x 72 cm x 50 cm?
WORK SHEET44
1. Find the volume of the given cuboid whose
i) Length – 45 cm , breadth – 30 cm , height 24 cm
ii) Length – 60 m , breadth – 40cm , height 20 cm
2.Find the volume of the given cube whose sides are given below.
i)
30 cm
ii)
55 m
iii)
20 m.