Knock your decimal addition skills into shape with our free decimal addition worksheets! The vast collection of exercises on addition of decimals using blocks, number lines, and grids, adding decimal involving multiple digits, finding the missing addends, and word problems means our printable resources qualify as a soup-to-nuts practice guide easily and well-deservedly. Say hello to a prepping whose diversity and prolificity you've never experienced before!

CCSS: 5.NBT, 6.NS

What better tools than base ten blocks to teach adding decimals? Plug into this set of printable worksheets on decimal addition using blocks and understand the operation relating blocks with place values.

Call it a super-effective model that thoroughly explains decimal addition, the number line diagram is a force to reckon with! Get ready to spot number line models for every problem on adding decimals, and await the fruits of your hard work!

Perform error-free decimal addition by practicing this set of pdf worksheets. With grids in place, adding respective place values of the decimals and regrouping as required no longer pose the challenge they otherwise do!

With the digits aligned according to places, several pairs of decimals are put forth in columns. Sum up the two decimals as well as find missing digits in addends. You'll surpass your teachers' expectations this time!

What is 4.1 + 5.9? Good going, it's 10.0 or just 10. Solve similar problems with one decimal digit in this segment of free, printable adding decimals worksheets. Prep up by summing the addends arranged horizontally and vertically!

How about adding decimals with 2 decimal places? As you complete the decimal addition equations and solve problems with decimals arranged in columns by performing the operation as usual, you'll see the process is pretty much the same.

Calculate the sum of 23.457 and 45.789 with swagger as you complete this set of pdf worksheets! Well, the sum here is 69.246. Recall the steps, proceed in the right-left manner, and figure out the sums within a set time.

Adding Decimals with up to 2 Decimal Digits

A perfect blend of decimal addends involving tenths and hundredths, this free, pdf resource is a fertile fodder for children of 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade to carefully but rapidly review and assess their skills and progress.

Adding Decimals with up to 3 Decimal Digits

Bolster your prowess by understanding addition of decimals with up to 3 decimal places. Add decimals involving tenths to hundredths, hundredths to thousandths, thousandths to tenths, and so on. Be light years ahead of your peers!

How would you figure out a missing addend when adding two numbers? You're right! You'll subtract the known addend from the sum to obtain the unknown addend. If you stay calm and do the same thing with decimals as well, you'll do well.