Get to learn the various operations of math in this Numbers and Operations section. To list a few, we have a lot of charts, worksheets and activities on Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Decimals, Roman numerals, Skip counting, and many more. Practice all these worksheets.
Quick links to the topics listed below: Addition, Subtraction, Mu;ltiplication, Division, Decimals, Place Value, Roman Numerals, Skip Counting, Odd and Even numbers, Patterns, Cardinal and Ordinal numbers, Rounding Numbers, Counting and Cardinality, Comparing Numbers, Ordering Numbers
In these worksheets, know how to convert Arabic numbers into Roman numerals and vice versa. Charts here help you to recognize the symbols with ease. A preview of these worksheets is shown below. Download them all.
Make the maximum use of these free printable worksheets to learn and to differentiate odd/even numbers. Also use skip counting and number pattern worksheets to teach this concept. Theme based worksheets makes learning interesting.
Elements that repeat in a predictable way is a pattern. Children need to learn patterns to make predictions based on their observations. Get ready to make your own observations. Ample free worksheets and activities are here for download.
Cardinal numbers or Cardinals are just the natural numbers, which answers the question ‘how many’. An ordinal numbers indicates the position of that number in relation with the other numbers. Understand ordinal and cardinal numbers by practicing our free worksheets. In addition, download colorful word problem worksheets for free.
Numbers are rounded to a particular unit place to obtain an accuracy. Learn to round numbers to the nearest ones, tens, hundreds and thousands in these worksheets. Decimal rounding concepts are also included by considering the next place value to the right. Round upto 3 decimal values here.
Counting and Cardinality is an important skill for children. They learn to determine the quantity or total number of items in a group or set. Here there are various theme-based worksheets. Count how many items are in each kind and record your answers in these free downloadable worksheets.
Comparing numbers are to find the similarity or dissimilarity between numbers. The dissimilarity is found using the ‘greater than’ symbol (>) and the ‘lesser than’ symbol (<). The similarity between numbers is expressed using the ‘equal to’ symbol (=). Here, children will learn to compare numbers using the above symbols.