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Decimals are a large part of the maths curriculum; whether you need to add or subtract using decimals, or you’re needing to convert to decimals when you’re completing one of our fractions worksheets or percentages worksheets, our decimal worksheets will come in handy sooner rather than later! Our decimals worksheets start in Key Stage 2 and work their way up to Key Stage 3, making sure your child covers the depth and breadth of all things decimals. We work with a team of teachers to make sure our decimal worksheets are aligned with the National Curriculum, filled with a fun and engaging selection of decimal activities, decimal questions and other resources.

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Adding with decimals, dividing with decimals and other problems can prove tricky when you first encounter them; using our decimals worksheets you can help your child to overcome decimals, whether you’re using the worksheets as an in independent homeschooling resource or for some additional support outside of school. With decimal questions, practice problems and other tips and tricks, your child can benefit from a range of different resources to keep them interested alongside our other maths worksheets. If you think we might be able to help you, check out one of our sample free decimal worksheets today.

Our KS2 decimal worksheets help your child start their journey with decimals; our year 3 decimal worksheets introduce the basics of decimals, and begin to get your child more familiar with them. Year 4 decimals worksheets will start to help your child add two and three numbers together with one or two decimal places. Your child should also be able to start converting simple fractions to decimals.


Year 5 decimal worksheets should help your child to further develop their knowledge of how to add and subtract numbers with 2 decimal places. They will also be introduced to multiplying and dividing with decimals by multiples of 10, 100 and 1000, and should learn how to round numbers with decimal places. Our year 6 decimals worksheets help your child to add decimals together and be able to estimate the answer, and multiply decimals by whole numbers.


KS3 decimal worksheets should help to cement your child’s existing knowledge of decimals and how they can be used in different types of calculations. Year 7 decimal worksheets will introduce simple algebraic substitution with decimal numbers, and further elaborates and develops upon converting decimals to more complex fractions.


Year 8 decimal worksheets focus on solidifying knowledge learnt in previous years, as well as introducing a few more ideas and tips and tricks. Your child should learn how to do column addition of decimals, and be able to order decimals independently and confidently. By the time your child reaches year 9 decimal worksheets, they should be able to answer most decimal questions by themselves. At this level, your child should also learn how to convert decimal angles to degrees and minutes using a range of our decimal activities and other resources.

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