Comparing Decimals Teacher Resources
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For this math worksheet, learners compare fractions, decimals, and percents. They rewrite the fractions as decimals before telling which number is either the least or greatest in 12 examples. They order three sets from greatest to least, and complete a word problem at the bottom of the page.
In this comparing and ordering decimals activity, students compare the first set of decimals by writing the greater than, less than, or equal to sign. Students then order the numbers in the second set from least to greatest and finish by completing one word problem.
In this comparing and ordering decimals worksheet, students read the word problems and solve by comparing and ordering the decimals. Students also use a table to help them answer number four.
In this decimal and mixed numbers learning exercise, students compare the decimal and mixed numbers in the first set of problems. In the second set, students order the numbers from greatest to least. Students then write greater than, less than for each inequality and finish with two test prep questions.
In this decimals and fractions activity, 6th graders use the information from a running log to answer 4 word problems in which they compare and order fractions and decimals.
In this decimals and mixed numbers worksheet, students solve the word problems by comparing and ordering the decimal and mixed numbers.
For this decimals worksheet, 6th graders solve and complete 35 different problems that include comparing and rounding various decimals. First, they write five numbers between the given numbers and list from least to greatest. Then, students identify the place value of the underlined digit. In addition, they compare decimals using the correct symbol.
In this on-line math worksheet, students complete 10 multiple choice questions where they choose the larger or smaller of two decimals. Students can check their answers at the end of the worksheet.
Explore all things decimal in this thorough series of introduction activities. Including scripting for the teacher and detailed descriptions and examples, the plan begins by reviewing the basics of place value and writing fractions as decimals, works through rounding, adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing numbers with decimals, and culminates in word problems and linear equations involving decimals.
Many math concepts are covered through this resource: percentages, decimals, ratios, exponential functions, graphing, rounding, order of operations, estimation, and solving equations. Colorful worksheets and a link to a Google search for fractals images are included. Note that the lesson plan states it is the second of five lessons in an investing unit, but the other pieces were not located on the publisher's website. The lesson plan does, however, hold plenty of value on its own.
NASA presents a mini-unit on distances in our solar system. It incorporates scientific concepts of gravity, mass, density, and payload while your aspiring astronauts also employ mathematics skills. They calculate speed, they determine ratios and proportions, and they compare fractions, decimals, and percentages. This is a terrific way to apply math to real-life situations. Put it to use in your middle school math or space science curriculum.
Investigate fraction and decimal equivalencies by using base-ten blocks and grid paper to determine the relationships. Your young mathematicians will compare and order the fractions and decimals to increase their understanding of the concepts. They take pre and post assessments, and complete the associated worksheets.
Which is bigger .6444 or .6389? Here learners can see how well they read and compare decimal numbers into the thousandths. There are 18 problems to solve, the class will need to fill in each circle with a greater than, less than, or equals symbol. Note: The worksheet states it is for grade four, but assesses Common Core standard 5.NBT.3 which is different than 4.NBT.3. The worksheet may be more appropriate for learners in the fifth grade.
In this fractions, decimals, and percents lessons, students explore various methods of representing fractions. They demonstrate situations that represent rational numbers. Students create a foldable exploring fractions, decimals and percents. They use an area model, meter sticks, and base-ten blocks. Students play a game of fraction, decimal, percent bingo.
Fifth graders time themselves while completing a series of everyday tasks, record and graph the data, and then analyze it find the medal winners for each "event." Students create word problems based on the data that require the addition and subtraction of decimals in their solutions.
In this math worksheet, students will work with a coach to compare and order numbers with decimals to the hundredths place. Students will follow a step-by-step process and notes are provided for the coach.
Learners practice converting fractions, decimals, and percentages to communicate equal amounts. They fill in a table, determine the percentage of a total area that is shaded in diagrams, complete equations with decimals to the hundredths place, order decimals and fractions, and complete four story problems. Links to online drills for conversions like the ones practiced in this exercise are included.
Create your own fraction kits by folding and labeling paper using fraction vocabulary. Learners then work in groups to use these in comparing and sequencing both whole numbers and fractions. They also create unit cubes and develop an understanding that one unit cube is equivalent to a fractional amount.
Sixth graders review fractions and decimals. In this algebra lesson, 6th graders convert between fractions and decimals correctly. They show understanding of addition and subtraction of fractions using like terms.
Students examine the categories of the Dewey Decimal System. They categorize various grocery items into food categories, discuss a poster of the Dewey Decimal Classification system, and in small groups categorize twelve books.