This worksheet includes 20 illustrations of decimal numbers represented by partially shaded circles (each divided into 10 sectors). Learners need to write the decimal number that each illustration represents.
This worksheet represents decimal numbers using partially shaded squares (each divided into 10 strips). The task is to write down the decimal number represented by each of the illustrations.
Decimals are shown here using 6 number lines. Each number line is marked with 7 points labelled A-G. The task is to write the decimal numbers shown at each of these points.
Team Game: A whole class/ small group activity may be based on this worksheet especially as the answers relate to times tables facts (If learners know that 7 × 3 = 21, they can use this fact to help them work out that 7 × 0.3 = 2.1).
e.g. A player thinks up a question such as 6 × 0.8.
A player giving the answer must also find it on one of the number lines on the worksheet and answer using its reference, in this case, 4E.
This worksheet also has 6 number lines, but the task this time is to label the lines using the decimal numbers specified.
This worksheet provides practice in horizontal addition of simple decimal numbers (to one decimal place). The worksheet also includes a ‘fill in the gaps’ section.
There are 24 questions here allowing learners to practice vertical addition of decimal numbers (to one decimal place). As an extension, learners can round their answers to the nearest whole number.
This worksheet provides practice in horizontal subtraction of simple decimal numbers (to one decimal place). The worksheet also includes a ‘fill in the gaps’ section.
Here are 25 questions, allowing learners to practice vertical subtraction of decimal numbers (to one decimal place). As an extension activity, learners can round their answers to the nearest whole number.
These questions provide learners with practice in vertical multiplication of decimal numbers (to one / two decimal places). As an extension, learners can round their answers to the nearest whole number.
If required, this may be cut into 2 separate worksheets / tests.
25 division questions where 2-digit decimal numbers (to one decimal place) need to be divided by a single digit whole number.
N.B. learners may benefit from considering how these questions relate to times tables facts.
20 questions allow learners to practice short division with decimal numbers (to one decimal place and two decimal places).
The task on this worksheet is to interpret dials measuring volume or weight. Answers need to be given in both litres and millilitres (for the volume section), or both kilograms and grams (for the weight section).
This worksheet allows learners to demonstrate their understanding of both decimals and place value by converting units (i.e. between millimetres & centimetres / centimetres & metres / grams & kilograms / millilitres & litres). This worksheet may be useful for assessing learners’ ability to multiply and divide numbers by 10, 100 or 1,000.