If upper-elementary students need help understanding the relationship between decimals and fractions, start here. From worksheets to help children master converting from fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions to entire workbooks for exploring parts of wholes, you will find a wide variety of resources for teaching decimals and fractions to kids. They’ll quickly learn that .75 is three fourths, .50 is one half, and .25 is one fourth. Students also learn how to think about

money math in terms of decimals and fractions. Dollars and cents always make things more interesting. There are several visual exercises that will help students understand how decimals relate to fractions. An interactive lesson plan even has students learning more about decimals and fractions by analyzing their class and creating fractions and decimals.