Decimals can be confusing for kids, but a little practice is all they need to understand this important fourth grade concept. Order soup cans from big to small.
Is your fourth grader struggling to wrap her head around decimals? Don't despair: offer her a little practice, and she'll have this concept down in no time.
Help your fourth grader get a leg up on decimals with this colorful math worksheet. She'll practice putting decimal numbers in order from largest to smallest.
Decimals can be tricky, but don't let your fourth grader bolt: encourage him to learn about the not-quite-whole numbers, and he'll be decimal savvy in no time.
Get in some extra math practice with a decimal worksheet! Your student will have to compare each pair of decimals: is it greater than, less than or equal?
Is your fourth grader confused about decimals? Give his decimal understanding a boost with this fun worksheet that asks him to put decimal numbers in order.
Your child will order decimals by putting paw prints in order from big to small. He'll rank numbers and gain an understanding of this fourth grade concept.
Encourage her to get to know these special numbers better with some practice. This acorn-filled worksheet gets her putting decimals in order from big to small.
Practice is one of the keys to mastering concepts, and this third grade math worksheet offers great practice with equivalent fractions and decimals.
On this third grade math worksheet, kids solve decimal subtraction problems as they calculate change on a trip to the gift shop.