Adding Decimals Using Blocks Worksheets
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Perfect your repertoire with the wealth of practice in our free worksheets on adding decimals using blocks. The visual tools help children get a vivid picture of decimal addition as well as enhance their skills at this. Each printable worksheet on decimal addition using base-ten blocks displays the places carried by the units, rods, flats, and cubes for the topic concerned. Students should pay attention to the values as they complete and write the decimal addition sentences, with and without regrouping. In case they wish to validate the answers or take a hint, use the included answer key.
These pdfs on decimal addition using base ten blocks work well for the grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6 students.
CCSS: 5.NBT, 6.NS
Completing Decimal Addition Sentences - Tenths | Without Regrouping
Allow children to enjoy the fine first taste of decimal addition by adding decimals with one decimal digit. Ask them to carefully count the base ten blocks, write down the values they carry, and determine the sum.
Writing Decimal Addition Sentences - Tenths | Without Regrouping
These pdf worksheets on decimal addition using base 10 blocks require children to mentally figure the decimal addends by studying the flats, rods, and units and writing down the sum of the decimals in tenths.
Completing Decimal Addition Sentences - Tenths | With Regrouping
Help the 4th grade and 5th grade students complete decimal addition sentences by regrouping. Let them write down the addends and the sum shown by the visual tools. Be alert while carrying over, as many a child is likely to err here.
Writing Decimal Addition Sentences - Tenths | With Regrouping
How confidently can students add 14.8 and 9.4? Our blocks are here to help figure it out! Since these exercises require regrouping, children should add the corresponding digits in each place and carry over to the next when required.
Completing Decimal Addition Sentences - Hundredths | Without Regrouping
Let 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade kids rethink their strategy of adding decimals with two decimal digits. These pdfs build decimal addition skills, as they master counting blocks and writing the addends and the sum.
Writing Decimal Addition Sentences - Hundredths | Without Regrouping
Grab this pdf resource, on adding decimals in hundredths without regrouping and test your decimal addition skills as you determine the decimal addends to find their sum with one decimal addition using base ten blocks.
Completing Decimal Addition Sentences - Hundredths | With Regrouping
These printable worksheets get the young learners excited about completing decimal addition sentences involving hundredths. As they relish every mouthful of the math fun here, let them solve and regroup as required.
Writing Decimal Addition Sentences - Hundredths | With Regrouping
While it's true it takes tons of practice to correctly add decimals like 15.86 and 6.79, these worksheets, coupled with a little motivation, would make it easy for kids to practice adding decimals in hundredths with regrouping.
Completing Decimal Addition Sentences - Thousandths | Without Regrouping
Remind young learners that the cubes show ones, flats show tenths, rods show hundredths, and units show thousandths. Adding decimals in thousandths accurately without regrouping will still require a keen attention to detail!
Writing Decimal Addition Sentences - Thousandths | Without Regrouping
Watch decimal addition skills continue to beckon with yet another set of pdf worksheets on adding decimals using blocks. This section requires students to write the addition equation involving decimals in thousandths.
Completing Decimal Addition Sentences - Thousandths | With Regrouping
Keep the momentum going with this engaging pdf tool. Learners will train themselves to add two decimals with three decimal digits by studying the base 10 blocks and completing the addition equations.
Writing Decimal Addition Sentences - Thousandths | With Regrouping
These printable worksheets on adding decimals using blocks will give the 5th grade and 6th grade students a strong finish. Teach them to form the decimal addition sentences by adding the digits one place at a time.