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**Free decimal worksheets (grades 3-7)**

This worksheet generator produces decimal worksheets for any of the four basic operations, and thus suits any grade level (3, 4, 5, 6, 7). You can make easy mental math decimal problems, or worksheets about multiplying by 10 or by 100. You can create problems in the horizontal form, or create long addition/subtraction/multiplication/division problems (in columns) by choosing the "vertical" form.

You can have the generator vary the number of decimals, or stick to a certain number of decimal digits for the numbers in the problems. When doing division, you can force the answers to terminate by ticking the box for "terminating division after max ___ more digits". Zero digits here will force division to terminate in the same number of decimal digits as what the dividend has.

Experiment with the options as you like, or choose from the ready-made worksheets list below.

**Click here for more instructions on how to use this decimal worksheet generator.**

## Ready-made worksheets

These are still randomly generated. One you have one worksheet, you'll get another of the same kind by hitting "refresh" button in your browser, or F5 from keyboard.

### Decimal Addition

Addends with 0-1 decimal digits

Addends with 0-1 decimal digits - missing addend

Addends with 0-2 decimal digits

Addends with 0-2 decimal digits, missing addend

Addends with 0-2 decimal digits, missing addend, harder than those above

Addends with up to 3 decimal digits

Add in columns (addends have 0-3 decimal digits)

Add in columns, missing addend

### Decimal Subtraction

Subtract mentally (1-2 decimal digits)

Subtract mentally (mixing 1-2 decimal digits

Missing minuend/subtrahend (one decimal digit)

Missing minuend/subtrahend (1-2 decimal digits)

Subtract a decimal number with 1-2 decimal digits from a whole number

Like above but harder

Subtract in columns (0-3 decimal digits)

### Decimal Multiplication

Multiply a whole number and a decimal (one decimal digit) 1

Same as above, but with a missing factor

Multiply a whole number and a decimal (one decimal digit) 2

Multiply a whole number and a decimal (one or two decimal digits)

Multiply a decimal by decimal (up to 2 decimal digits times 1 decimal digit)

Missing factor problems 1 (decimal by whole number, 1 or 2 decimals)

Missing factor problems 2 (decimal by decimal)

Multiply by 10 (one or two decimal digits)

Multiply by 10 (one, two, or three decimal digits)

Multiply by 10 or 100 (one or two decimal digits)

Like above but missing factor

Multiply by 10 or 100 (one, two, or three decimal digits)

Multiply by 10, 100, or 1000 (one, two, or three decimal digits)

like above but missing factor

### Multiply in columns

Multiply a decimal with 0-2 decimal digits by a whole number (in columns)

Multiply a decimal with one decimal digit by another decimal with 0-2 decimal digits (in columns)

Multiply two decimals (varying up to 2 decimals x 3 decimals)

### Decimal Division

Easy division 1 (one decimal digit; by a whole number)

Like above, but missing dividend or divisor

Easy decimal division 2 (two decimal digits; by a whole number)

Easy decimal division 3 (dividend has 1-2 decimal digits, a whole number divisor)

Like above, but missing dividend or divisor

Easy decimal division 3 (one decimal digit; quotient a whole number)

Easy decimal division 4 (two decimal digits; quotient a whole number)

Divide whole numbers by 10, 100, or 1000

Same as above, missing dividend or divisor

Divide decimals with one decimal digit by 10 or 100

Divide decimals with one decimal digit by 10, 100, or 1000

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**Key to Decimals Workbooks**

This is a workbook series by Key Curriculum Press that begins with basic concepts and operations on decimals. Then the books cover real-world uses of decimals in pricing, sports, metrics, calculators, and science.

The set includes books 1-4.