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Counting in Hundredths

In this worksheet, students must count up and down in hundredths realising the connection between hundredths and tenths.

'Counting in Hundredths' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Number: Fractions and Decimals

Curriculum subtopic:   Count in Hundredths

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

We can easily count up in hundredths like this:

 

0.15   0.16   0.17   0.18   0.19   0.20   0.21   0.22 ... etc.

 

Remember that 20 hundredths (or 0.20) is the same as 2 tenths (0.2).

Look at this diagram, which shows this.

 

 

 

This means that, when we count up in hundredths, we can now write:

 

0.15   0.16   0.17   0.18   0.19   0.2   0.21   0.22 ... etc.

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

  2.45    2.46    2.47        2.49

 

What is the missing number?

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

  2.47    2.48        2.5    2.51  

 

What is the missing number?

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

  4.48    4.49        4.51    4.52 

 

What is the missing number?

(Write the number using tenths if you can.)

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

  13.7        13.72    13.73

 

What is the missing number?

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

      7.9    7.91    7.92

 

What is the missing number?

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

  12.86    12.87    12.88        12.9

 

What is the missing number?

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

  3.19    3.2        3.22 

 

What is the missing number?

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

  16.78    16.79        16.81    16.82

 

What is the missing number?

(Write the number using tenths if you can.)

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

  20.1        20.12   

 

What is the missing number?

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

      30.5    30.51    30.52

 

What is the missing number?

  • Question 1

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

  2.45    2.46    2.47        2.49

 

What is the missing number?

CORRECT ANSWER
2.48
EDDIE SAYS
2.45... 2.46... 2.47... 2.48... 2.49
  • Question 2

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

  2.47    2.48        2.5    2.51  

 

What is the missing number?

CORRECT ANSWER
2.49
EDDIE SAYS
2.47... 2.48... 2.49... 2.5 or 2.50... 2.51
  • Question 3

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

  4.48    4.49        4.51    4.52 

 

What is the missing number?

(Write the number using tenths if you can.)

CORRECT ANSWER
4.5
EDDIE SAYS
4.48... 4.49... 4.5 or 4.50... 4.51... 4.52
  • Question 4

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

  13.7        13.72    13.73

 

What is the missing number?

CORRECT ANSWER
13.71
EDDIE SAYS
13.7 or 13.70... 13.71... 13.72... 13.73
  • Question 5

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

      7.9    7.91    7.92

 

What is the missing number?

CORRECT ANSWER
7.89
EDDIE SAYS
7.89... 7.9 or 7.90... 7.91... 7.92
  • Question 6

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

  12.86    12.87    12.88        12.9

 

What is the missing number?

CORRECT ANSWER
12.89
EDDIE SAYS
12.86... 12.87... 12.88... 12.89... 12.9 or 12.90
  • Question 7

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

  3.19    3.2        3.22 

 

What is the missing number?

CORRECT ANSWER
3.21
EDDIE SAYS
3.19... 3.2 or 3.20... 3.21... 3.22
  • Question 8

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

  16.78    16.79        16.81    16.82

 

What is the missing number?

(Write the number using tenths if you can.)

CORRECT ANSWER
16.8
EDDIE SAYS
16.78... 16.79... 16.8 or 16.80... 16.81... 16.82
  • Question 9

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

  20.1        20.12   

 

What is the missing number?

CORRECT ANSWER
20.11
EDDIE SAYS
20.1 or 20.10... 20.11... 20.12
  • Question 10

Count up in hundredths to work out the missing number.

  

      30.5    30.51    30.52

 

What is the missing number?

CORRECT ANSWER
30.49
EDDIE SAYS
30.49... 30.5 or 30.50... 30.51... 30.52
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