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Use base ten blocks to gain a deeper understanding of how decimals stack up against each other. The fourth of five videos, it focuses on reading and writing decimals to the thousandths, using a thousand cube to represent one whole. Learners get to see two examples of comparing two numbers using the base ten blocks.
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- A review walks through how to use greater than, less than, and equal symbols
- Only one example is given of a decimal that has a thousandth place; consider following up with more examples with the class