Decimal Games Bundle {Equivalent Tenths and Hundredths}

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Products in this Bundle (5)

    Description

    Get 5 great decimal games perfect for independent practice time.


    ❶ Decimal War
    Do your students need help understanding and visualizing decimal amounts? Decimal War is easy to learn, fun to play, and gives children the practice they need to really see why .8 is greater than .75!

    This product includes:
    ✅ 1 page of teacher directions
    ✅ 1 page of student directions (perfect for file folder games)
    ✅ 1 student recording sheet for game play
    ✅ 10 tenths cards in color (includes 0.0 through 0.9)
    ✅ 10 tenths cards in black and white (includes 0.0 through 0.9)
    ✅ 20 hundredths cards in increments of 0.05 in color (includes 0.00 through 0.95)
    ✅ 20 hundredths cards in increments of 0.05 in black and white (includes 0.00 through 0.95)

    ❷ DECIMAL/COINS MEMORY
    Do your students need practice with decimal place value? Try using money to help them visualize ones, tenths and hundredths! In this simple game (based on the classic "memory" card game) students try to find a "match" between a set of coins and the numeric representation. By playing in a group, students will get immediate feedback from their peers who will evaluate whether the amounts are equal or not.

    There are 10 sets of cards in this pack. Each set has 5 coin cards and 5 matching numerical equivalent. There are 5 separate concepts in all:
    ✅ Set 1 and 2 contain zero tenths, only hundredths (with one "challenge:" 10 hundredths)
    ✅ Set 3 and 4 contain zero tenths, hundredths and ones only (with one "challenge:" 10 hundredths)
    ✅ Set 5 and 6 contain tenths only, zero hundredths (with one "challenge:" 10 tenths)
    ✅ Set 7 and 8 contain tenths only (with one "challenge:" 10 tenths)
    ✅ Set 9 and 10 contain ones, tenths, and hundredths (with one "challenge:" zero tenths)

    Challenge cards are included in set 2 of each concept in order to facilitate discussions around regrouping.


    Line Up! Compare and Order Decimals

    This product will get your kids up and moving, talking about decimals, and justifying their responses with reasons and details. So if your students need to practice comparing and ordering decimals, check it out! The decimals are carefully chosen and sorted combined to use a variety of strategies to order decimals.

    Paper Version

    Includes:

    ✅ 3 differentiated levels

    ✅ 11 printable pages

    To organize: Copy each page on a different colored paper. Then create groups of 7 or more students. Cut out the cards, laminate only if you wish, and after you play, store in an envelope for next year. Easy, low prep, and best of all, engaging!

    To play: Have students in each group line up in order from least to greatest (Tip: Direct students where the line "starts." For example, if you have windows on your side of the room and a door on the opposite side, explain "the smallest decimal should be closer to the windows and the largest decimal should be closest to the door). This will help everyone's frame of reference in later rounds when they are combining.

    Digital Version

    Includes:

    ✅ 3 differentiated levels as well as an assessment

    ✅ 19 playable pages

    ✅ directions slides

    ✅ answer keys

    To access: This product includes a digital version that students can use on Google Slides. You will receive links in the pdf with directions on how to copy it onto your Google Drive.

    To play: Students begin with tip from “fellow superheroes.” Each slide features a decimals on a fun comic style cityscape. The superheroes rejoin students on the last slide to celebrate the completion of the task.

    #4 Decimals BINGO

    Are you looking for math decimals games that you can play with the whole class or a small group? Try Decimals Bingo! You can reinforce different math concepts depending on which "answer guide" you read from. So whether you are looking for adding decimals games, equivalent decimals games, or simply identifying decimals games, this product will meet your needs.

    Update: This product now includes digital activities. The .pdf contains a link to the Google Slide version.

    This product includes:

    ✅ One sheet that contains 4 different Bingo cards (all 4 cards can be used for all 3 games)

    ✅ A teacher answer sheet for the 3 different games, depending on your objectives ✅ Instructions on how to set up your game

    #5 Mental Math Flash Cards: Comparing Decimals

    Do you need a quick review or exit ticket for teaching comparing decimals? Are you looking for a math routine that can be easily replicated in person or online? Try these Mental Math Flash Cards!

    Product Contains:

    ✅ 12 flash cards (print mini poster size or 4 per page. Directions are included).

    ✅ a link for the flashcards to be used in Google Slides format. Suggested activities for use are included.


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    Decimal Number Line Worksheets

    Total Pages
    67+
    Answer Key
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    Teaching Duration
    2 days
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    Standards

    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Compare two decimals to hundredths by reasoning about their size. Recognize that comparisons are valid only when the two decimals refer to the same whole. Record the results of comparisons with the symbols >, =, or <, and justify the conclusions, e.g., by using a visual model.
    Use decimal notation for fractions with denominators 10 or 100. For example, rewrite 0.62 as 62/100; describe a length as 0.62 meters; locate 0.62 on a number line diagram.
    Express a fraction with denominator 10 as an equivalent fraction with denominator 100, and use this technique to add two fractions with respective denominators 10 and 100. For example, express 3/10 as 30/100, and add 3/10 + 4/100 = 34/100.

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