Dividing Decimals Teacher Resources
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Go step by step through a division problem and your learners will feel confident with dividing decimals. This video reviews division and the important steps needed when using decimals. Shows a visual understanding of what dividing by a decimal represents. Encourages estimating the answer first so learners can check if their quotient is similar and correct. Fourth in a series of four; use with other videos for more practice with decimals
The real value of education is highlighted in more than one way on a worksheet designed to not only add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals to hundredths, but also to address the correlation between higher pay with accomplishing higher levels of education. The chart on the student worksheet shows the weekly income of four people with varying amounts of education completed. The three follow-up questions ask 5th graders to compare and find the difference between the incomes. Although a lesson plan is not included, the commentary and solutions page gives teachers the relevant information necessary to incorporate the activity in the classroom.
Students access prior knowledge of long division and multiplying decimals. For this dividing decimals lesson, students view a demonstration of how to move decimals when dividing. Students complete a dividing decimals worksheet. Students compare decimals to fractions.
Practice dividing decimals with your math class. They will review long division skills and review how to move the decimal place during division. Then they complete worksheets to demonstrate their comprehension of this skill.
Students divide and multiply decimals. In this algebra lesson, students investigate properties of decimals with place holders. They use the correct place holder to multiply and divide decimals.
Dividing decimals is not hard, but one has to know how to manipulate the decimal point in order to achieve correct answers. In this math presentation, learners are taken through the process step-by-step in a clear and concise fashion. Many practice problems appear in the slides. The last slide gives them a chance to round decimals to the nearest tenth.
Sixth graders create note cards to divide multi-digit whole numbers by two-digit numbers and divide decimals that represent money by whole numbers in a simpler and faster fashion. They write the rules and examples of each on the cards and complete a worksheet using the rules on the cards to solve the division problems. Very well done!
In this dividing decimals instructional activity, students find the quotients for tenths, hundredths, and thousandths dividing by one hundred. Students solve 45 horizontal problems.
In this dividing decimals worksheet, students divide tenths, hundredths, and one-thousandths by one thousand. Students solve 45 problems.
In this dividing decimals by decimals instructional activity, students rewrite the problems to solve using long division. Students solve 12 problems.
In this dividing decimals activity, learners divide tenths, hundredths, and thousandths by one hundred. Students solve 45 problems.
In this dividing decimals by one thousand instructional activity, students divide tenths, hundredths, and thousandths by the whole number one thousand. Students solve 45 problems.
For this dividing decimals worksheet, students divide tenths, hundredths, and thousandths by the whole number one thousand. Students solve 45 problems.
Here is a finding the quotients of decimals worksheet in which learners divide decimals by ten, one hundred, and one thousand. They solve 45 problems.
In this finding the quotients of decimals worksheet, learners divide decimals by ten, one hundred, and one thousand. They solve 45 problems.
Use this finding the quotients of decimals worksheet to help your learners divide decimals by ten, one hundred, and one thousand. They solve 45 problems.
Pupils divide decimals by ten, one hundred, and one thousand. They solve 45 problems.
Learn how to divide decimals by the powers of 10 using this film. This is a great way to have your class either learn or review the division of decimals.
Sixth graders will have the opportunity to build upon previously learned mathematical skills, which include addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers. They then take the next step and divide by decimals.
For this dividing decimals worksheet, students solve 8 problems in which the decimal point is moved to the left as numbers are divided by 10, 100 or 1000. There are instructions and examples on this page.