Dizzy Over Decimals!

Decimals can be a drag when you're just starting out with them. Introduce your 4th grader to these decimal worksheets, and pretty soon she'll have no trouble at all dividing and conquering decimals.

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Decimal Dash: Practice Ordering Decimals #3

Encourage your fourth grader to dive into decimals with this bookish math worksheet. In this worksheet he'll order decimals from greatest to least.
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Decimal Addition

Let's get to the point: the decimal point, that is! In this worksheet, children practice adding decimals.
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Decimal Subtraction

Let's get to the point: the decimal point, that is! On this third grade math worksheet, kids learn how to subtract decimals.
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Decimals: Tenths Place

This third grade math worksheet helps kids understand tenths and that fractions and decimals are two different ways to show the same concept.
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Decimals: Hundredths Place

This third grade math worksheet helps kids understand hundredths and that fractions and decimals are two different ways to show the same concept.
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Fractions & Decimals: Lock & Key

Practice is one of the keys to mastering concepts, and this third grade math worksheet offers great practice with equivalent fractions and decimals.
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Decimal Dash: Practice Ordering Decimals #1

Does your fourth grader need help with ordering decimals? Bolster his decimal understanding with this beaker-booked worksheet.
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Decimal Dash: Practice Ordering Decimals #2

Give your fourth grader's math skills a hand with our decimal worksheet. Snowmen keep him company as he practices ordering decimal numbers from big to small.
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Dizzy Over Decimals: Addition #1

Adding up decimals is as simple as 1, 2, 3. Your kid will get comfortable adding up decimals in no time!
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Dizzy Over Decimals: Addition #2

Once your kid has gotten comfortable adding up multi-digit numbers, it's time to dive into decimals!
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Dizzy Over Decimals: Addition #3

If adding up decimals is getting your child down, then we've got the worksheet for her!
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Dizzy Over Decimals: Subtraction #1

This math practice sheet gives your kid the help he needs to be cool, calm, and collected when it comes to subtracting decimals.
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Dizzy Over Decimals: Subtraction #2

Teach your child how to subtract decimals; it's easy easy as 1, 2, 3!
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Dizzy Over Decimals: Subtraction #3

Here's an easy way to ease your kid's concerns about subtracting decimals: practice, practice, and more practice!
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Dizzy Over Decimals: Rounding #1

Does your child need a little extra practice with decimal place values? This worksheet is the way to go.
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Dizzy Over Decimals: Rounding #2

Is your child getting dizzy over decimals? This worksheet is sure to give her all the practice she needs to get comfortable with decimal place values.
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Dizzy Over Decimals: Rounding #3

This worksheet is a great way to ensure your child understands decimal place value before introducing him to more complicated problems.
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