Relating Decimals and Fractions Teacher Resources
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Compare Fractions, Decimals, and Percents: Reteach
In this comparing fractions, decimals, and percents learning exercise, learners solve 6 math problems using the 3 steps listed at the top of the learning exercise.
Compare and Order Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
In this fractions, decimals, and ratios activity, 6th graders review the steps for compare the three types of numbers. They write each fraction, decimal, or ratio in two ways in the first 8 questions. They order 6 sets of numbers, and answer 1 word problem at the bottom of the page.
Problem solving with Fractions, Decimals, Percents
Students explore number sense by participating in fractional problem solving activities. In this number values lesson, students complete a world problem scenario in which they identify percentages based on food recipes. Students utilize visual aides to complete a pattern design activity in class.
Fractions, Decimals, and the Number Line- Reteaching Worksheet
In this fractions, decimals, and the number line reteaching worksheet, 4th graders review the use of the number line in a box at the top of the page. They complete 10 examples of how to place fractions and decimals on number lines.
Convert Fractions, Decimals and Percents
In this conversion learning exercise, students complete a table filling in boxes to complete conversions of fractions, decimals and percents.
Compare Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
In this fraction, decimals, and percents worksheet, students solve 24 algebraic inequalities and respond to 1 test prep question.
Compare and Order Fractions, Decimals and Percents
For this compare and order worksheet, students solve 6 word problems; all problems are related to comparing and ordering fractions, decimals and percents.
Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
In this math review instructional activity, pupils complete multiple choice questions about fractions, decimals, and percents. They complete 10 questions total.
Using food as a manipulative is one of the best ways to incorporate hands-on learning in the classroom. This hands-on approach allows young mathematicians to compare, order, and identify fractions with the use of Twizzlers® and fraction strips. The lesson is a good introduction to finding equivalent fractions, while making learning fun. Although it does not include a worksheet, the follow-up questions can be developed into one.
Models for Dividing Fractions - Grade Six
Fifth and sixth graders use food and candy to help them represent division of fractions and develop algorithms to solve fraction problems. They discuss dividing whole numbers by fractions. Pupils use sticks and chocolate bars to study fractions. Everyone writes number sentences about fraction division problems and creates algorithms to solve equations.
Number and Number Relations: Lesson 2
Eighth graders recognize or compute decimal equivalents of fractions. They recognize or compute the percent equivalent of decimal fractions. They relate fraction, decimal, and percent equivalents and recognize decimal equivalents.
The Art of Interpreting Percent
Ddefine the relationships between fractions, decimals, and percentages in a series of lessons. The class practices converting between these three versions of a number. They also find the common factor of a numerator and denominator and represent that number in lowest terms.
Quilting with Middle School Students: Using Proportionality to Develop Quilt Designs
Students use quilt patterns to illustrate ratios. In this fractions lesson, students color quilt patterns using given fractions and ratios of colors. A finished "quilt" is assembled from the work of the students. This is an interdisciplinary lesson that includes useful web links and diagrams.
Sixth graders use information in a spreadsheet to calculate equivalent forms of fractions, decimals, and percents. They demonstrate their knowledge of spreadsheets by locating cells, rows, and columns. Students enter formulas and format cells to display appropriate numeric values. As an extension, 6th graders will format and add clip art and/or word art.
A Slice of the Pie
Seventh graders convert percents to fractions and decimals using Challenge Envelopes, and then use a prepared spreadsheet to calculate real world problems using fractions, decimals, and percents. They create three different spreadsheets to be evaluated.
Students study how fractions, decimals, and percents relate to other numbers and concepts. In this mathematical operations instructional activity, students read the word problems with fractions, decimals, and percents. Students determine how the operations relate to other numbers and concepts.
Using Percents in the Real-World
Seventh graders use a variety of strategies to solve problems with integers, fractions, decimals, and percents. For this number operations lesson, 7th graders discuss sales tax and use grids to represent money and percents. Students shade in the grid to solve percent problems. Students solve sales tax, discounts, and sales price percent problems. Students improve reasoning skills and visualize real world percent problems with the grids.
Students explore the concept of fractions, percents, and decimals. In this fractions, percents, and decimals instructional activity, students make a log of how they spent a typical day during the summer. Students find the percentages of a certain activity in relation to the whole day. Students convert between fractions, decimals, and percents.
Sixth graders work with equivalent fractions, decimals, and percents. In this equivalency lesson, 6th graders participate in a number of activities aimed at increasing their understanding of equivalent expressions. They form a human equivalent problem, play the "Identical Twin" game, and create word problems before taking an assessment.
Convert Fractions/Decimals to Percents
In this easy-to-understand video, an instructor shows how to convert fractions to decimals, decimals to percentages, and fractions to percentages. After watching this film, the conversion process should be easier for your learners to grasp.