We have printable number line worksheets for teaching counting, skip counting, addition, subtraction, and number patterns.

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Cut out the parts of this number line and glue them together. This number line includes numbers one through ten.

Kindergarten and 1st Grades

This cut-and-glue number line begins has a range of zero through one hundred. When you attach all of the parts it's about nine feet long!

Kindergarten and 1st Grades

Cut, glue, and build this giant, 9-foot number line, which includes all integers from negative fifty through positive fifty.

Kindergarten and 1st Grades

Count by ones and write numbers in the empty boxes.

Kindergarten and 1st Grades

Fill in the missing numbers that come before or after the given numbers on the number lines. This worksheet contains only 2-digit numbers.

Kindergarten and 1st Grades

Add the missing 2-digit numbers on the number lines.

Kindergarten and 1st Grades

Write the numbers that are missing from each row. This page includes only 3-digit numbers.

1st through 3rd Grades

Complete the number lines with the missing 3-digit numbers.

Kindergarten and 1st Grades

Write the positive and negative numbers on the number line and answer the questions.

5th through 7th Grades

Use the number line to learn and practice basic addition skills.

Kindergarten to 3rd Grades

Solve the basic addition facts using the number line.

Kindergarten to 3rd Grades

Show jumps on the number line to solve the basic subtraction facts.

1st and 2nd Grades

Count backwards on the number line to solve the basic subtraction facts.

1st and 2nd Grades

Use the number line to solve the problems. Tell how many spaces you had to count back.

1st and 2nd Grades

Another subtraction worksheet that requires students to count backwards.

1st and 2nd Grades

Subtract positive and negative integers by counting backward or forward on the number line.

5th through 7th Grades

Another worksheet for teaching positive and negative integer subtraction.

5th through 7th Grades

Use this number line to count by 2s. Complete the activity by filling in the boxes. This number line ranges from 0 to 32.

Kindergarten to 3rd Grades

Count by 3s on these number lines. The number line begins at 0 and ends at 33.

1st through 3rd Grades

Skip count by 4s and write the correct numbers in the boxes.

1st through 4th Grades

On this page, students will review counting by 10s with a number line.

1st through 3rd Grades

Counting by twenty-fives is easy to understand with these printable number lines.

1st through 3rd Grades

Complete each number pattern on the number lines shown.

Kindergarten and 1st Grades

Write the missing numbers from each set. Then explain the rule that you followed to determine the answer.

Kindergarten and 1st Grades

Each number line contains two variables. Write the correct number for each variable.

Kindergarten and 1st Grades

Tell where each fraction should appear on the number line.

3rd through 5th Grades

Tell what fraction is represented by each letter on the number lines.

2nd through 4th Grades

Write the letter from the number line that corresponds with each decimal number.

3rd through 5th Grades

Each decimal (hundredths) corresponds with a letter on the number line. Match the letters with the numbers.

3rd through 5th Grades

Tell what decimal is represented by each letter. Decimals are all written to the nearest tenth.

3rd through 5th Grades

Use the double number line to determine the compare fractions to percents. Use the symbols <, >, and =. (This is an advanced-level worksheet recommended for grades 4 and up.)

5th through 7th Grades

Create a double number line to solve each word problem.

5th through 7th Grades

Super Teacher Worksheets has a huge collection of math worksheets for most skills taught in the elementary grades.

Number Pattern WorksheetsComplete the number patterns and write the rule for each.

Skip Counting WorksheetsPractice skip counting by 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 10s, 25s, and 100s.

Hundreds ChartsHundreds charts can also be used to teach place value, adding, subtracting, skip counting, and number patterns.

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