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Sixth graders practice problem solving equations of fractions, ratios and proportions, addition and subtraction stage 6 as well as advanced additive. Emphasis is placed on decimal fractions and then they convert fractions to decimals.
In this arithmetic worksheet, 6th graders solve and complete 40 problems. First, they find the value of a number in each decimal listed. Then, students write each list of numbers in order from least to greatest. They also write the missing numbers as decimals and convert them to fractions in their simplest form.
Seventh graders convert among decimals, percents, and fraction with and without a calculator.  In this seventh grade mathematics lesson, 7th graders explore strategies that help them to remember how to perform the needed operation correctly.  The lesson includes a hands-on investigation involving shooting basketball and recording the statistical information. 
In this fraction worksheet, students solve problems presented in four different activities.  The activities cover percentages, fractions, decimals, currency exchange, and value added tax.  A card "game" is one of the activities.  Partial solutions are provided.
Students solve and convert between integers. In this algebra lesson, students perform operations using decimals, fractions and percents. They relate these conversions to to the real world.
Students demonstrate how to add decimal fractions (tenths and hundredths) by using the jumping the number line strategy. They complete a variety of problems on a worksheet, attempting to solve them mentally, then recording the answers on paper.
For this decimal fractions worksheet, students write the decimal fractions equivalent to word phrases. One example is completed, answers are included. Worksheet gives a reference web site for additional activities.
Fifth graders practice a wide range of strategies for solving multiplication and division problems with whole numbers and decimal fractions. They interact with operations on decimals, relevant size and place value of decimals to three places and properties of operations with fractional numbers and integers.
Students work in groups to show understanding of the relationship between fractions, decimals, percentages, and the application of ratios and proportions. In this decimals, fractions, and percents lesson, students use real life consumer problems to collect data and determine important economic decisions. Students then discuss findings and create visual representation of each.
It's time to go back over all that your class has learned about decimals, fractions, and percentages! To do so, individuals solve story problems that involve addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with decimals, explain how they solved problems, and represent parts of a dollar as fractions, decimals, and percentages.
In this percent-decimal-fraction worksheet, students complete a table where one component is given and they find the other two missing equivalent figures, a percent, a decimal or a fraction. The problems on this worksheet are at an 8th grade skill level, but are still necessary for college.
In this decimal fractions activity, students read about using the multiply or divide keys of a calculator to change decimal fractions, then use the add or subtract keys to complete a different set of problems.
Students investigate the process to work problems that involve equivalent fractions. They practice finding the equivalent values of fractions listed on the worksheet. The lesson includes example steps and problems for the teacher to use.
Fifth graders determine how to convert fractions, decimals, and percents. In this conversion lesson, 5th graders use an on-line applet to practice making these conversions. They review how to make the conversions in a whole class lesson before accessing the "Fraction Four" applet. They work with a partner to play the web site game.
In this decimal place value chart worksheet, students work independently to fill in the blanks on the chart so that the numbers equal out correctly and the missing words are stated correctly.
Make sense of decomposing fractions by adding and subtracting parts of a whole. Fourth graders solve story problems by using ten-frames, number lines, or even candy bars that can be broken into pieces. Using each manipulative as a learning tool is a great way for pupils to visualize the decomposition of a fraction. The math activity can be extended by having students creatively design addition and subtraction word problems, and trading with a partner to solve.
Students practice converting fractions into decimals and percents using a computer applet and the concept of money.
Learners comprehend the meaning of percents. They practice how to convert a decimal or a fraction to a percent. Students convert a percent to a decimal. They identify the numbers in a percent problem. Learners practice the process of solving percent problems using proportions.
Students use reciprocal learning to coach one another in review of their prior learning about decimals. In this peer reciprocal learning decimal review lesson plan, students participate in conversation, accountability, roles and relationships, and examining the process. By reviewing in this way, they will have the benefit of the social aspect to assist them in learning at a deeper level.
In this decimals, fractions, and percents activity, students review many different concepts related to parts of a whole, such as adding and subtracting decimals, converting decimals to fractions, converting fractions to decimals, simplest form, and more.

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