Dividing Decimals Worksheets

 These free dividing decimals worksheets will help your students learn how to divide decimals in a variety of different ways.  Each page contains scores of problems where they can practice dividing integers into decimals, decimals into integers, and a variety of other combinations ranging from thousandths to thousands!

Your students will also be able to master the art of adding zeroes to the dividend to help finish off an exercise, identifying repeating decimals in a quotients, and solve real-world decimal division problems.

Each of our math worksheet features an answer key as well as examples that illustrate how to solve the exercises.  The practice problems feature plenty of space to show your work and area easily customized for students at any grade level.  Typically, dividing decimals is taught in 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade, and 7th grade.

From hundredths to thousandths, the printable decimal division worksheets on this page will help you master the tricky art of dividing decimals.  The problems range from simple to complicated, and each worksheet has several examples already worked out to help you along the way.

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4 Comments

  1. Lilia

     /  December 18, 2013

    Thank you so much for these great resources!
    Love the explanation at the beginning followed by the practice : )

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    • Mr. Colwell

       /  December 24, 2013

      Thanks for the compliment. I try to make the examples easy to follow so that my students don’t get discouraged.

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  2. Mrs. S

     /  January 20, 2014

    worksheet #4 PDF has the answers visible

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    • Mr. Colwell

       /  January 28, 2014

      I appreciate your diligence. The “Dividing Decimals” page has been redesigned. I’ve added a metric ton of new worksheets. Let me know what you think.

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