Comparing Decimals Teacher Resources
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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.
Students can practice sorting and rounding decimals in this review activity, which features several examples of each skill as well as twenty-two practice exercises. This worksheet will also work well in an electronic format, as each question allows students to check their answers.
In this comparing and ordering decimals worksheet, students compare pairs of decimals and order numbers from smallest to greatest. Students solve fifteen problems.
For this algebra worksheet, students are asked to convert between percents, fractions and decimals. They calculate interest as it relates to real world scenario. There are 5 a,b,c questions.
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.
In this ordering decimal numbers learning exercise, students first read a one page explanation about comparing and ordering decimal numbers. Students then solve ten problems in which a series of 5 decimal numbers is ordered from least to greatest.
Fourth graders complete a journal page to review decimal concepts. In this decimal lesson plan, 4th graders use manipulatives to represent decimal amounts. Students complete a homework sheet related to decimal and fractional parts.
In this math worksheet, learners will work with a coach to add and subtract numbers with decimals to the hundredths. Students will follow a step-by-step process and notes are provided for the coach.
Small groups work together to brainstorm ways we communicate decimals. They practice using word form, expanded form, and standard form, as well as fractions, money, and percentages. They sort word cards, matching decimals expressed in standard, word, and expanded form. Includes links to interactive games, word cards and charts for sorting, an online self-check quiz, exit tickets, and more.
Fifth and sixth graders read the information on how to compare decimal numbers to the thousandths place. They solve seven problems with comparing and ordering.
Knowing both the Dewey Decimal and Library of Congress Classification systems, and how to read their call numbers, facilitates information literacy, a critical skill for 21st century life. High schoolers, who may be familiar with Dewey, learn to navigate the LCC system, compare the two in a Venn diagram, and create call numbers for books and subjects in their class schedules. Links in the resource are missing; we've added 3 so everything you need is a click away.
Pupils complete a multiple choice pre-test based on ordering whole numbers and comparing decimals. This is an interactive worksheet.
Students explore word problems involving decimals. In this math lesson, students discuss the steps in solving these problems. Additionally, students write in the steps of solving a problem in a chart.
Third graders create rain gauges and take them home. Individually, they record the rainfall amounts at all of their homes over a 2-week period and then bring the data back to class so they can compare the different amounts of rainfall that occurred over a relatively small geographic area.
In this comparing numbers worksheet, students observe sets of two negative numbers and write the symbols for greater than, less than, or equal. Students solve 21 problems.
In this decimal comparison activity, students fill in the place holder with the correct less than, greater than, or equal to symbol. There are 21 problems for students to complete.
Fourth graders use fraction strips to compare and order fractions. Identify various ways a figure can be divided. Find equivalent fractions. Recognize and order fractions with the denominators 2,3,4,5,6,8,10, and 12.