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From practicing place values to rounding, our materials help make decimal numbers easy. Teach your students how to compare decimal numbers while working with money or get them to play a game that reinforces tenths, hundredths, and thousandths. After working with these resources, your students will be on point and ready to tackle decimal addition.
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Decimal Numbers
You have a point. As students enter upperelementary grades they should start to learn about decimal numbers. A decimal number is a number that includes a decimal point. One of the first things students will need to learn when working with decimal numbers is place values, specifically the values of numbers to the right of the decimal point. These resources help students working with decimal numbers to identify the tenths place, hundredths place, and thousandths place as well as learn how to round and compare decimal numbers. Lessons for teaching about decimal numbers include instructions on ordering decimal numbers from least to greatest on a number line and realworld applications, such as using decimal skills to add up the cost of a backtoschool shopping spree! Worksheets also help students convert decimal numbers to fractions. Working with and understanding the relationship between decimals and fractions is an important math skill for students.