## Numbers & Operations

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

• ## Subtraction

Subtraction worksheets have numerous exercises on number subtraction and picture subtraction. This arithmetic operation is made simple with fun filled activities. Subtraction tables up to 10 are also included.

• ## Multiplication

These multiplication worksheets carry a number of skills and activities for children. Multiplication is made to understand through repeated addition. Practice pages on large number multiplication enhances speed and accuracy.

• ## Division

Division worksheets have all the skills needed to the learn division operation. Advanced division is featured through long division problems. Simple division tables, number division and a variety of activities are given here.

• ## Decimals

Decimals are more precise way of expressing a number than a whole number. Perform decimal addition and decimal subtraction in these worksheets. Up to five digits and  three decimal values are used. Download all these free worksheets.

• ## Place Value

Place value is defined as the value of a digit based on its position in a number. This forms the basis of the entire number system. Place value charts and worksheets given here, provide you a great platform for interactive teaching and learning.

• ## Roman Numerals

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.

• ## Skip Counting

Skip Counting, as the name implies is just to skip numbers and continue counting over and over using a same number, following a rule (the number used for counting).The numbers counted over and over can be called the multiples of the number.

• ## Odd & Even Number

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.

• ## Patterns

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 & Ordinal Numbers

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.

• ## Rounding Numbers

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.

• ## Estimation Of Numbers

Estimation worksheets given here are a set of perfect practice pages for grade 4 through grade 6 students. You need to estimate the sum, difference, product, and quotient by rounding numbers to the nearest tens, hundreds, thousands, and ten thousands. Free to download.

• ## Estimation Of Time And Money

We use estimation for quick calculations. In these worksheets we will exclusively estimate time and money. Estimation is generally done by rounding the value first. There is no day without time and money. Hence learning to estimate them is very important for us.

• ## Counting & Cardinality

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

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.

• ## Ordering Numbers

Ordering numbers are just comparing numbers and arranging them in the ascending order (smallest to biggest) and descending order (biggest to smallest) based on the place value of digitsHave a look at the preview given below. Click on the topic to view and download all worksheets.

• ## Fractions

Fraction worksheets here are easy and free to download and work with. A number which represents a part of a hole number is called a fraction.Here you will get to know a number of skills to represent fractions and all its types. Worksheets to perform arithmetic operations on fractions are also included.

• ## Prime And Composite Numbers

Know what prime, composite, twin prime, and co-prime numbers are by downloading free charts given here before practicing these worksheets. We also need to know the factors of numbers to classify them as prime or composite. Printable worksheets for grade 4 through grade 6.

• ## Squares And Cubes

Worksheets on squares and cubes of numbers can be used along with multiplication worksheets as multiplication is the operation involved to find the squares and cubes of numbers. A number multiplied by itself is square and a number multiplied thrice by itself is the cube.

• ## Divisibility Rules

We will get to know some easy methods to see if a large number is divisible by another number without actually performing the division operation. Divisibility rules are small tricks that we use in all arenas of mathematics.

• ## Factors And Multiples

Factors are numbers that divide another number without leaving any remainder. A multiple of a number is the product obtained when that number is multiplied by any other natural number. These concepts on Factors and Multiples are closely related and let us learn ‘How?’

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