Whole Numbers: Lesson for Kids


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What type of number is zero?

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1. Which set of numbers includes only whole numbers?

2. Which number is NOT a whole number?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Whole numbers are numbers that you see very commonly. To make sure you understand exactly what is a whole number, quiz questions will ask you to identify facts about whole numbers.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz about whole numbers will show your ability to:

  • Describe the number zero
  • Select whole numbers from a group of numbers
  • Choose which numbers are not whole numbers
  • Identify the direction that whole numbers move on a number line
  • Determine which numbers are real numbers

Skills Practiced

This quiz and worksheet will test you on the following skills:

  • Information recall - remember what you know about real numbers
  • Knowledge application - use what you've learned regarding whole numbers to answer questions about what direction they move on a number line
  • Reading comprehension - make sure you understand all of the important information from the lesson about whole numbers

Additional Learning

To learn more, check out the lesson connected to this quiz called Whole Numbers: Lesson for Kids. You'll explore:

  • What whole and real numbers are
  • What kinds of numbers are not considered whole numbers
  • Real life examples of whole numbers