# Ordering Numbers Worksheets

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Arranging numbers in ascending and descending order comes in handy on many instances like managing records, maintaining registries, organizing events, and so on. Explore our free printable ordering numbers worksheets for well-organized exercises in listing numbers in order from greatest to least and vice versa. Shuffle the whole numbers involving 2 to 8 digits; sort the integers, fractions, and decimals in the appropriate way; and set each set of numbers in the increasing and decreasing order.

These ordering worksheets are most recommended for students in grade 1 through grade 7.

CCSS: 3.NF, 4.NF, 5.NBT, 6.NS, 7.NS

Get cracking with your ordering practice with this set of worksheets offering two-digit numbers! Let 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade kids study the tens and ones places of all numbers, and arrange them in order from least to greatest and greatest to least.

Don't settle for anything short of stellar scores as you sort numbers in the increasing or decreasing order! Solve our free printable ordering 3-digit numbers worksheets, taking the digits in hundreds, tens, and ones.

Tune your brain to warm up to putting 4-digit numbers in the indicated order. If each number has a distinct digit in the thousands place, order it directly. If some of the digits are the same, observe the other digits too, and proceed with ordering.

Add to the ordering and organizing skills of grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5 kids with these pdfs, incorporating a bunch of ten thousands to order! Pore over each number carefully, compare the digits from left to right, and order them as directed.

These sets of hundred thousands are so desperately miserable that they wish if someone spruced them up! Order the position of the numbers in accordance with the place value of their digits.

Complete our free ordering multi-digit numbers worksheets for 4th grade and 5th grade, and go the whole hog ordering whole numbers with any number of digits in the increasing and decreasing order.

Ordering like fractions is pretty easy, but unlike fractions aren't ordered that easily. Prepare your students to order proper and improper fractions, and mixed numbers with and without the like denominators using these printable exercises.

Plunge into practice with these pdf worksheets and order integers from the smallest to largest and vice versa. Acquaint 5th grade, 6th grade, and 7th grade students with the distinction between negative numbers and their values, and go ordering!

Which number stands third if you rearrange the decimals, 1.4, 6.7, 9.7, 3.4 in the increasing order? You guessed it right; it's 6.7! Answer such questions in a jiffy by comparing the whole number part first and then moving on to the decimal part.

Comparing is the integral part of ordering numbers. Dig deep into this concept with our comparing numbers worksheets covering basic to advanced comparison skills.