This is a quick and easy way to review or assess your students knowledge of basic decimal place value.
Students will look at 13 numbers and determine whether the underlined number is in the tenths place, hundredths place, or neither, but instead of writing their answer, they get to color it! Colors can be chosen to by the teacher to fit the needs of your classroom or students can choose their own colors. It makes for easy grading by the teacher and students will love it!
2 different student work pages and answer keys are included.
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