# Decimal Subtraction Worksheets

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Scrounge around our free, printable subtracting decimals worksheets for myriad practice exercises and exciting tasks on decimal subtraction. Whether you're scouting for visual models that explain how subtraction of decimals works; grids and columns that work hard to make regrouping error-free; individual and combined reviews that band together around subtracting decimals involving tenths, hundredths, and thousandths; or treasure chests of word problems, you'll find that our pdf decimal subtraction worksheets are a bountiful compilation.

Our decimal subtraction pdf worksheets are perfect for the 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, and 7th grade.

CCSS: 5.NBT, 6.NS

Subtracting Decimals Word Problems

This part of our subtracting decimals worksheets is a potpourri of scenarios involving decimal subtraction. Identify the minuend and subtrahend from the circumstances, and calculate the difference.

Subtracting Decimals Using Number Lines

If it is elucidating subtraction of decimals to children, look no further than number lines! Grab these pdfs to study, sketch, and skip about the diagrams. Writing and completing decimal subtraction equations will now be a hoot!

Subtracting Decimals Using Blocks

Kick into gear with the guidance offered in this practice bundle! With base ten blocks describing the place values of decimal minuends and subtrahends and sometimes the differences as well, this set is running at full power!

Subtracting Decimals with Tenths

Take a whack at answering this stock of printable worksheets and prep up computing the difference of decimals involving one decimal place. Featured here is the horizontal and vertical subtraction of decimals with tenths.

Subtracting Decimals with Hundredths

Watch the 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade learners in action, as they subtract decimals involving hundredths' place! Kids jack up their skills like never before.

Subtracting Decimals with Thousandths

Encompassing multitudes of problems on subtracting decimals, this assortment is the ultimate! You'll find multi-digit decimal minuends and subtrahends that involve up to six digits, considering both sides of the decimal point.

Subtracting Decimals with up to 2 Decimal Digits - Column

Clear up the confusion by subtracting decimals lined up in columns with respect to their place values. This segment of pdfs has the digits of the minuends and subtrahends all set for students to kick off their practice!

Subtracting Decimals with up to 2 Decimal Digits - Horizontal

Put forth horizontally for subtraction are decimals with tenths and hundredths, making this bunch a must-have. Subtract, borrow from the nearby place values as required, and write down the decimal differences.

Subtracting Decimals with up to 3 Decimal Digits - Column

Grab this pdf resource on subtracting decimals up to three decimal places and go on a practice spree. Ensure that you line the numbers such that the place values and the decimal points are aligned.

Subtracting Decimals with up to 3 Decimal Digits - Horizontal

An all-inclusive review of decimal subtraction that involves tenths, hundredths, and thousandths, this batch of pdf worksheets has decimal minuends and subtrahends with up to three digits put forth horizontally.

Subtracting Decimals Using Grids

This section of our subtracting decimals worksheets depicts the decimals on grid paper to help children in grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6 stay away from errors when regrouping place values to determine the difference of two decimals.

Subtracting Decimals from Whole Numbers

It's time for an assessment interlude amid the intense decimal subtraction practice! Whole numbers are your minuends; decimals with tenths, hundredths, and thousandths are your subtrahends. Ideal for grades 5, 6, and 7.

Missing Decimal Minuends and Subtrahends

What comes in place of x if x − 1.4 = 624.49? Add the decimals when the minuend is missing, and subtract when the subtrahend is missing. Stick to this rule to answer these pdfs for grade 5, grade 6, and grade 7!