Number Line Worksheets
Did you know that numbers missing are more full of learning than numbers explicitly seen? Every time a number disappears, there’s happiness in store for a fresh streak of number learning is on its way. Watch an exciting number exercise come alive as young learners look for missing whole numbers, decimals, and fractions by reading the number line models in these printable worksheets. Kids learn to visualize numbers on a number line and use the model to comprehend place value, and solve simple addition and subtraction problems as well. Our number line worksheet pdfs serve as an effective tool in introducing kids to the equivalent fractions, elapsed time, adding and subtracting numbers, and more.
Our free number line worksheets cater to the learning needs of children in grade 1 through grade 5.
CCSS: 2.MD, 3.MD, 3.NF, 4.NF
Learning number lines is an utterly engrossing affair! Implement your skip-counting skills, and study the interval in which the whole numbers are placed on the number line models to identify the missing numbers.
Leap into some serious action with our printable worksheet collection that emphasizes addition on number lines! Task 1st grade and 2nd grade kids with reading and indicating hops on the models and completing the addition equations.
Here’s subtraction joining hands with number lines to further intrigue your young learners! Relate the number of backward hops to the number taken away and the point where the hops stop as the difference, and solve the subtraction problems in these free pdfs.
Watch how diversely exciting number lines can be! Represent fractions on a number line with these printable worksheets for grade 3 and grade 4. Discern the positions of the like proper fractions between 0 and 1 and determine the missing ones.
However much you explore number lines, there’s still something fresh to seek after! Impart knowledge of equivalent fractions to kids with this pdf practice set. Recognize that such fractions are of the same size, and locate them on the number line.
It’s now over to decimals to step up the number line learning! Split into two sections, these printable worksheets allow 4th grade and 5th grade students to find the decimals that fill the empty boxes and replace the indicated letters.
How genuinely and distinctly fun would it be if we had timelines in place of number lines? Kids would simply leap for joy, wouldn’t they? Explore these free exercises on drawing hops for the start and end times and calculating the elapsed time.