# Ordering Decimal Numbers Worksheets

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Boast the brightness and smarts to order decimals with our free, printable ordering decimals worksheets! Encompassing models, separate exercises in arranging decimals in the increasing and decreasing order, and a combined review on ordering decimals with up to 4 decimal places, this compilation provides a soup-to-nut practice on the topic. The child will be a shoo-in to win this sequencing competition as they accomplish the ordering decimal tasks rapidly and gracefully!

The pdf worksheets on ascending and descending order of decimals are ideal for grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6.

CCSS: 4.NF, 5.NBT

Ordering Decimals Using Number Lines

Are there any tools that help identify which decimal is bigger or smaller? Yes. Number line models lend your practice a welcome weight! Pore over the position of decimals on the number lines and spruce them up in the increasing and decreasing order.

Arranging Decimals in Ascending Order

While this section of our free ordering decimals worksheets provides a focused review of sorting decimals from least to greatest, there are no models given to help construe the size of decimals. Forewarned is forearmed!

Arranging Decimals in Descending Order

Another segment with decimal numbers for the 4th grade and 5th grade children to prep up! Compare the digits from left to right, the whole number part first and the tenths and hundredths next, and put these decimals in order from greatest to least.

Ordering Decimals up to Hundredths - Worksheet #1

Who says ordering decimals can’t be fun? Sean, Bianca, Hannah, and Trevor solved the Rubik’s cube in 10.21 s, 10.11 s, 12.32 s, 11.5 s, and 11.22 s respectively. Who solved the puzzle first? Sean is the winner. Order similar decimal sets here!

Ordering Decimals up to Hundredths - Worksheet #2

Chock-a-block with sets of decimals with 1 and 2 decimal digits in numbers, this pdf is a must-have for 5th grade and 6th grade students. They need to put the decimals in the ascending as well as descending order. Practice is growing merrier!

Ordering Decimals up to Thousandths

How confident are you at ordering five numbers up to three decimal places? By ordering each set of decimal in this free, printable worksheet as directed, not only do you secure and express confidence, you inspire it in spades.

Ordering Decimals up to Ten Thousandths

Prepping at its easiest and speediest, this pdf exercise offers multi-digit decimals - numbers with up to 4 decimal places. Once your child achieves this task, know that they are ready to ace their exams without any further prepping!

Ram home the fact that there's no ordering without comparing! Explore this bunch of printable exercises, a fundamental practice where the beginners compare two decimals using the <, >, and = signs and come out all smiles.