
Select
an Activity
Decimal Addition
 1  Adding an Integer and Tenths Decimal Value
 Example: 2 + 1.2 = _____
 2  Adding Tenths Decimal Values
 Example: 4.7 + 1.2 = _____
 3  Adding an Integer and Hundredths Decimal Value
 Example: 5 + 4.52 = _____
 4  Adding Tenths and
Hundredths Decimal Values
 Example: 4.8 + 8.23 = _____
 5  Adding Hundredths Decimal Values
 Example: 9.87 + 1.22 = _____
 6  Adding Decimal Values
 Combining items 1 through 5 above.
Decimal Subtraction
 7  Subtracting Integer and Tenths Decimal Value
 Example: 5  1.2 = _____
 8  Subtracting Tenths Decimal Values
 Example: 6.2  4.8 = _____
 9  Subtracting Integer and Hundredths Decimal Values
 Example: 5  4.52 = _____
 10  Subtracting Tenths and Hundredths Decimal Values
 Example: 8.7  3.87 = _____
 11  Subtracting Hundredths Decimal Values
 Example: 6.22  5.73 = _____
 12  Subtracting Decimal Values
 Combining items 7 through 11 above.
Decimal Addition/Subtraction
 13  Adding and Subtracting Decimal Values
 Combining items 1 through 12 above.
Decimal Multiplication
 14  Multiplying Whole Numbers and
Tenths Decimal Values
 Example: 5 x 1.2 = _____
 15  Multiplying Tenths Decimal
Values
 Example: 5.6 x 1.2 = _____
 16  Multiplying Whole Numbers by
Hundredths Decimal Values
 Example: 7 x 4.53 = _____
 17  Multiplying Tenths and
Hundredths Decimal Values
 Example: 6.5 x 1.28 = _____
 18  Multiplying Hundredths Decimal
Values
 Example: 7.32 x 1.25 = _____
 19  Multiplying Decimal Values
 Combining items 14 through 18 above.
Decimal Division
We are working hard to
improve the division portion of these division activities. The existing versions are
workable, but lack the clarity of purpose that you can see in the preceding activities. 
20  Dividing Decimals  Type 1
21  Dividing Decimals  Type 2
22  Dividing Decimals Type 2
 23  Dividing Decimals
 Combining items 14 through 22 above
Decimal Multiplication/Division
 24  Multiplying and Dividing Decimal Values
 Combining items 14 through 23 above.
Decimal Arithmetic: Add/Subtract/Multiply/Divide
 24  Decimal Arithmetic
 Combining items 1 through 24 above.

About These Activities
These activities are provided as learning tools for
classroom teachers, homeschool mentors, and independent learners.
 Teachers and mentors should select and
review the activities to be assigned to their students.
 Independent learners should begin at the
top of the list and systematically work down through the activities.
