I created the Decimal Fraction - Add Up Your Name Activity when teaching the 4.NF.5 standard.
This is an independent activity where the students draw the letters of their name and then calculate the decimal fractions for each letter. Once they have finished, the students can add all the decimal fractions in their names.
I encourage the students to stick their names on the math wall.
All you have to do is download and print, instructions included.
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