Decimals Worksheets PDF math sheets
Math worksheets on decimals for children from 3rd to 7th grades. Print and practice the following: understanding decimals, decimals represented by pictures, addition, subtraction and division of decimals, converting decimals to fractions and more. This page provides all worksheets according to grade and will be useful for parents and teachers of primary school teachers who need extra practice with decimals or who need a printable tests on algebra. Worksheets have an answer key attached and will hence facilitate checking homework.
You can browse our growing collection of decimals worksheets on this page. These worksheets are aimed towards students from Grades 3 to 7, and can be used for quizzes, group activities, exams, homework, or teaching demonstrations.
Lessons about decimals will be present throughout elementary and secondary school. It is commonly introduced after children gain a solid grasp of fractions and the concept of numbers representing the parts of a whole. Decimals can be dissected into two components – its whole number part, and the fractional concept. For many kids, the appearance of a decimal number can seem odd at first, but they can quickly learn to use decimals with a solid study habit.
We maintain a classic and uncluttered design for all of our decimals worksheets. Each sheet features large and easy to read text, numbers and figures. In addition, our illustrations are well-detailed and clear. We aim to use each element of our worksheets to help produce a comfortable and hassle-free study session for your learners.
Decimals carry a lot of utility outside of a child’s math subject. It can also be encountered in science-related classes; lessons at the laboratory, for example, can task children to work with decimals to measure amounts and calculate values.
Some hiccups while studying decimals are to be expected. One common snag that kids might hit is evaluating the value of a decimal with several place values after the period. Children should learn that the left-most digit after the period carries the highest value. Another tricky aspect is multiplying decimals and where to place the period in the product. These snags can be frustrating for your learners, but diligent study can help to iron them out over time.
Younger students can practice with our sheets on decimal sentences, converting between fractions and decimals, and identifying decimal values from illustrations. They can also hone their skills in rounding off numbers into integers or simpler decimals.
A large variety of exercises are available for practice. Children may solve our set of arithmetic worksheets on adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing with decimals. These operations are tweaked a little bit when decimals are involved; for instance, addition and subtraction aligns numbers to their decimal points.
Your learners can also try and compare decimals up to their thousandths.
As decimals are intrinsically tied to fractions and percentages, we have worksheets to challenge learners to convert numbers from one of these forms to another.
More advanced learners can test their mettle against our worksheet on algebraic expressions using decimals as numerical coefficients.
Kids who want to do good in secondary school can choose from several variants of our pre-algebra decimal problem worksheets to work with.
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