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Welcome to our Negative Numbers Worksheets hub page.

On this page, you will find links to all of our worksheets and resources about negative numbers.

Need help practicing adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing negative numbers?

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We have a wide range of negative number resources to help you understand and use negative numbers.

Here are the following resources we currently have on our site:

Negative numbers are numbers with a value of less than zero.

They can be fractions, decimals, rational and irrational numbers.

-13, -½ , -√2, -6.4 and -123 are all negative numbers.

We have a page dedicated to learning about negative numbers below.

We have a selection of number lines, both filled and blank that have been designed to support learning and understanding with negative numbers.

One of our pages contains just negative number lines, the other page contains both positive and negative numbers.

How to compare negative numbers

When you are comparing with negative numbers, everything swaps around and becomes a little more complicated!

With negative numbers, the more negative the number is, the lower its value.

As you go right along the number line, the values are increasing.

As you go left along the number line, the values are decreasing.

This means that any positive number (or even zero) will always be greater than any negative number.

Examples

- 0 > -3 this means 0 is greater than -3
- -8 < -5 this means -8 is less than -5
- -27 > -30 this means -27 is greater than -30
- -26 < 2 this means -26 is less than 2

Our random worksheet generator will create a range of worksheets with values of your choice.

You can create your own unique worksheets complete with answers in seconds!

You can then choose to print or save your sheets for another time.

Take a look at our collection of negative numbers games.

We have a range of games of varying levels of difficulty.

Our games include:

- counting backwards along a number line (easiest)
- comparing and sequencing negative numbers
- subtracting with negative answers
- using all 4 operations to get a negative target number (hardest)

We have a selection of worksheets designed to help students learn about asbolute value.

Topics covered include:

- absolute value and opposite numbers
- comparing absolute values
- absolute value arithmetic
- solving absolute value equations

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