# Comparing Decimals Worksheets

This series of decimal worksheets is based on comparing decimals using the greater than, lesser than or equal to symbols. A number of cut-and-glue activities, activities using number lines and base 10 blocks help 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade learners to grasp the basics of comparing decimals. To enable easy downloads, the worksheets are classified into decimal values up to tenths, hundredths, thousandths and ten thousandths. Free worksheets are also included.

Comparing Decimals to Hundredths

Incorporating decimal numbers with tenths and hundredths places, this pdf exercise provides elemental practice on comparing decimals! Analyze the whole number part and the decimal part separately and compare the decimals using greater than, less than or equal to symbols.

Comparing Decimals using Number Lines

Use the number lines provided to compare each pair of decimals in these grade 4 pdf worksheets. Next, employ the correct symbols (<, >, =) to denote the relationship between the decimal numbers.

Cut-and-Glue Activity

This batch of printable comparing worksheets is based on the popular concept "the alligator eats the bigger number". Cut out the beaks/mouths of animals that resemble < or > symbols and glue them appropriately in the boxes.

Comparing Decimals using Base 10 Blocks

This set of worksheets uses a visual model of base 10 blocks to represent decimals. Write down the decimals represented by the blocks. Then, use appropriate symbols to compare them.

Comparing Decimals to Thousandths

Which is greater, 15.61 or 15.611? Get ahead comparing numbers with up to three decimal places with this set and answer such questions in a jiffy! In this case, 15.611 is greater than 15.61.

Identify the Greatest or Smallest Decimal

Keenly observe each series of decimals provided in these pdf worksheets and circle as stated. Compare the decimals to determine the greatest number in part A and smallest number in part B.

Comparing Decimals to Ten Thousandths

Hone your comparing decimal skills to perfection with this set of printable worksheets for grade 5 and grade 6! Begin comparing the whole number part, and then proceed to the decimal place values, and fill in the boxes with <, >, = symbols.