# Number Line Worksheets

This page provides you plenty of number line worksheets and printable number line templates. It also contains addition and subtraction with number line; identifying whole numbers, fractions and decimals; and more.

## Printable Number Line Templates

Teachers or homeschool moms can print out these high quality number line charts and create questions of their own.

Blank Number Lines

Fill it with the numbers you want. Select the appropriate printable blank number line chart that fit your need. For example, you can choose '10 lines' template to draw the interval from 1 to 10, 5 to 50 with an increment of 5 etc.

10 Lines Chart: 5 per page | 10 per page

11 Lines Chart: 5 per page | 10 per page

16 Lines Chart: 5 per page | 10 per page

Ready-made Number Lines

These printable number lines come with different number combinations and save your time in creating self-made worksheets.

Number Lines 0 to 10: 5 per page | 10 per page

Number Lines 0 to 15: 5 per page | 10 per page

Number Lines -5 to 5: 5 per page | 10 per page

Number Lines -10 to 10: 5 per page | 10 per page

## Identifying Whole Numbers

Missing Numerals

Number lines are partially filled with numerals. Find the missing numerals below the number line.

Find the Letters

A number line is drawn line from 0 to 10 with the letters X, Y and Z pointing out a number. Find what number each letter points to.

## Addition Using Number Line

Number Line Addition: Drawing Hops

To find the value of 8 + 5, draw a hop from 0 to 8, move 5 steps forward from 8 and see where you land at. You should be at 13. So, we have 8 + 5 = 13.

Sum Up to 5: Sheet 1

Sum Up to 10: Sheet 1 | Sheet 2 | Sheet 3

Sum Up to 15: Sheet 1 | Sheet 2 | Sheet 3

Number Line Addition Statement:

There are worksheets with the hops drawn. You should write the addition sentence that represents the 'hops'.

Sum Up to 5: Sheet 1

Sum Up to 10: Sheet 1 | Sheet 2 | Sheet 3

Sum Up to 15: Sheet 1 | Sheet 2 | Sheet 3

Adding 3 Numbers Using Number Line:

Draw the Hops: Sheet 1 | Sheet 2 | Sheet 3

Addition Statement: Sheet 1 | Sheet 2 | Sheet 3

Number Line Addition: Difficult Level

Here the lines are numbered with an increment more than 1. Lines may have tick marks with missing number labels. Give a try.

Draw the Hops: Sheet 1 | Sheet 2

Addition Statement: Sheet 1 | Sheet 2

## Subtraction Using Number Line

Number Line Subtraction: Drawing Hops

To solve 8 - 5, draw a hop to represent the first number 8. To find the difference, move 5 steps backward and see where you are. You should be at 3. So, 8 - 5 = 3

Difference less than 10: Sheet 1 | Sheet 2 | Sheet 3

Difference less than 15: Sheet 1 | Sheet 2 | Sheet 3

Number Line Subtraction Statement:

Write the subtraction sentence using the hops drawn over a line.

## Identifying Fractions

Completing Number Lines

Number lines from 0 to 1 graduated equally into intervals. Count the total intervals and write down the fraction under the number line.

What Fraction the Alphabets Point To?

Each number line worksheet includes 5 questions with the alphabets pointing out a proper fraction.

Missing Proper Fraction

Identify what proper fraction do the alphabets point in a number line.

Proper Fraction and Mixed Numbers

The number lines are drawn from either 0 to 2 or 0 to 3 and divided into equal sub intervals. Identify what fraction each vertical line indicates.

Mixed Fraction

Calculate the length of each sub interval by dividing the length of the line segment by the number of sub intervals. Simplify the fraction if possible.

Missing Improper Fraction

Identify what improper fraction do the alphabets point in a number line.

## Identifying Decimals

Decimals for Beginners

Basic number line worksheets in identifying decimals with the interval length 0.1

Simple Decimals

Length of the interval used for each number line is either 0.25 or 0.5.

Identify the Decimal

Identify what decimal do the letter points to.