# Number Line Worksheets

Use the links below to generate random and differentiated number line worksheets on the given topic.

## Easy – Fill in the Numbers at the End of the Number Line

These simple number lines focus on counting in steps of 2, 3, 4 etc. They support the student by supplying the first few numbers, so the pattern is simple to work out and then continue.

## Complete the End of the Number Line (Easy)

## Steps of 1

## Steps of 2

## Steps of 3

## Steps of 4

## Steps of 5

## Steps of 6

## Steps of 7

## Steps of 8

## Steps of 9

## Steps of 10

## Steps of 11

## Steps of 12

## Steps of 1 or 2

## Steps of 2 or 4

## Steps of 3 or 6

## Steps of 4 or 8

## Steps of 5 or 10

## Steps of 6 or 12

## Complete the End of the Number Line (Difficult)

## Steps of 1 or 2

## Steps of 2 or 4

## Steps of 3 or 6

## Steps of 4 or 8

## Steps of 5 or 10

## Steps of 6 or 12

## Steps of 1, 2 or 3

## Steps of 1 to 5

## Steps of 1 to 10

## Complete the End of the Number Line (Negative Numbers)

## Steps of -1

## Steps of -2

## Steps of -3

## Steps of -1, -2 or -3

## Steps of -1 to -5

## Steps of -1 to -10

## Medium – Fill in the Numbers at the Start of the Number Line

These number lines focus on counting backwards and identifying links between numbers. They re-enforce both subtraction skills, recall and number bonds.

## Complete the Start of the Number Line (Easy)

## Steps of 1

## Steps of 2

## Steps of 3

## Steps of 4

## Steps of 5

## Steps of 6

## Steps of 7

## Steps of 8

## Steps of 9

## Steps of 10

## Steps of 11

## Steps of 12

## Steps of 1 or 2

## Steps of 2 or 4

## Steps of 3 or 6

## Steps of 4 or 8

## Steps of 5 or 10

## Steps of 6 or 12

## Complete the Start of the Number Line (Difficult)

## Steps of 1 or 2

## Steps of 2 or 4

## Steps of 3 or 6

## Steps of 4 or 8

## Steps of 5 or 10

## Steps of 6 or 12

## Steps of 1,2 or 3

## Steps of 1 to 5

## Steps of 1 to 10

## Complete the Start of the Number Line (Negative Numbers)

## Steps of -1

## Steps of -2

## Steps of -3

## Steps of -1, -2 or -3

## Steps of -1 to -5

## Steps of -1 to -10

## Difficult – Fill in the Missing Numbers From Anywhere in the Number Line

These number lines develop the use of number bonds, addition and subtraction skills, and help the student look for patterns between numbers without the support of long “runs” of numbers.

## Complete Missing Numbers (Easy)

## Steps of 1

## Steps of 2

## Steps of 3

## Steps of 4

## Steps of 5

## Steps of 6

## Steps of 7

## Steps of 8

## Steps of 9

## Steps of 10

## Steps of 11

## Steps of 12

## Steps of 1 or 2

## Steps of 2 or 4

## Steps of 3 or 6

## Steps of 4 or 8

## Steps of 5 or 10

## Steps of 6 or 12

## Complete Missing Numbers (Difficult)

## Steps of 1 or 2

## Steps of 2 or 4

## Steps of 3 or 6

## Steps of 4 or 8

## Steps of 5 or 10

## Steps of 6 or 12

## Steps of 1,2 or 3

## Steps of 1 to 5

## Steps of 1 to 10

## Complete Missing Numbers (Negative Numbers)

## Steps of -1

## Steps of -2

## Steps of -3

## Steps of -1, -2 or -3

## Steps of -1 to -5

## Steps of -1 to -10

## Very Difficult – Given Only Two Numbers, Fill in the Rest of the Number Line

If you can complete these worksheets, you know pretty much everything there is to know about number lines!