Q1: Ordering decimals (for example, place these in order: 3.8, 3.12, 3.752)

 

Q2: Finding the difference between positive and negative numbers (for example, find the gap between 6 and -3)

 

 

Q3: Mentally adding with a different number of digits after the decimal point (for example, 3.53 + 6.7 =)

 

Q4: Mentally subtracting with a different number of digits after the decimal point (for example, 6.3 – 2.56 =)

 

 

Q5: Mentally multiplying numbers with decimals (for example, 3.54 x 6)

 

 

Q6: Mentally dividing numbers with decimals (for example, 38.5 / 5)

 

 

Q7: Using a formal written method for adding numbers with decimals (for example, 1.348 + 13.62)

 

 

Q8: Using a formal method for subtracting numbers with decimals (for example, 5.67 – 2.195)

 

Q9: Multiplying decimals using a formal method (for example, 3.76 x 52)

 

 

Q10: Dividing 4-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers using the ‘bus stop’ method (for example, 6870 /24)