# Ordering Numbers: Positive and Negative Ordering With Decimals

The kitchen sink… Ordering decimal numbers worksheets where students order sets of both positive and negative decimal numbers, with same or different place values.

### Mixed Sign Numbers With: Tenths in Greatest to Least Order

### Mixed Sign Numbers With: Hundredths in Greatest to Least Order

### Mixed Sign Numbers With: Thousandths in Greatest to Least Order

### Mixed Sign Numbers With Tenths in: Least to Greatest Order

### Mixed Sign Numbers With: Hundredths in Least to Greatest Order

### Mixed Sign Numbers With: Thousandths in Least to Greatest Order

### Mixed Sign Numbers With: Decimals in Greatest to Least Order

### More Mixed Sign Numbers With: Decimals in Greatest to Least Order

### Mixed Sign Numbers With: Decimals in Least to Greatest Order

### More Mixed Sign Numbers With: Decimals in Least to Greatest Order

This is the pinnacle of complexity for odering numbers worksheets… This mix of positive and negative numbers with decimals will test every assumption a student might make when trying to determine if a number is greater than or less than it’s neighbor. Negative numbers can be a challenge to order because their larger values (or longer strings of digits) might make them appear to be greater than a positive number with fewer digits. This common issue is only compounded when you introduce numbers to the right of decimal place, at which point it becomes clear that the value of a number has nothing at all to do with how many digits are shown. These positive and negative decimal ordering worksheets will challenge both of these assumptions and insure that your students have a very accurate understanding of place value, magnitude, positive versus negative and overal number sense.