# Decimal Unit - Compare, Model, Relate to Fractions | Print and Digital

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1. Perfect for guided math and math workshop! This 4th Grade Math Bundle is a year long resource for conceptual math instruction in math workshop or guided math. There are eight units that are each centered around a different mathematical concept: 1. Place Value and Rounding; 2. Addition and Subtractio
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With this decimal resource, students will develop an understanding of decimals and general number sense. The unit allows students to understand how decimals relate to fractions, how to read and draw decimal models, as well as how to compare decimals.

This product includes four weeks of math instruction that is written in an easy to follow format. The lessons are written to give students a solid foundation of the concept of decimals through engaging and hands-on lessons. In this unit you will find performance tasks to conceptually teach new skills through the workshop model, as well as work station activities, decimal printables, and games for review.

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What's Included?

-Unit at a Glance

-20 Lesson Plans that include performance tasks

-20 Skill Building Worksheets

Pg. 3 Teacher Notes

Pg. 4-9 Lesson 1-Reviewing Place Value 10 to 1 Relationship

Pg. 10-11 SP-Value of a Digit

Pg. 12-15 Lesson 2-Role of the Decimal Point

Pg. 18-19 Lesson 3-Fractions to Decimals

Pg. 22-24 Lesson 4-Four in a Row

Pg. 25-26 SP-Forms of Decimals

Pg. 27-28 Lesson 5-Decimals to Fractions

Pg. 29 SP-Spin the Decimal

Pg. 30-31 Lesson 6-Fractions to Decimals

Pg. 32-33 SP-Writing Fractions as Decimals

Pg. 34-35 Lesson 7-Fractions to Decimals Continued

Pg. 36-37 SP-Writing Fractions as Decimals

Pg. 38-40 Lesson 8-Estimating With a Hundredth Disc

Pg. 41-42 SP-Writing Fractions as Decimals

Pg. 43-44 Lesson 9-Decimals on a Number Line

Pg. 45-46 SP-Identifying Decimals

Pg. 47-48 Lesson 10-Friendly Fractions

Pg. 49-50 SP-Drawing Decimals

Pg. 51-54 Lesson 11-Best Match

Pg. 55-56 SP-Comparing Decimals With Models

Pg. 57-59 Lesson 12-Line Up the Decimals

Pg. 60-61 SP-Comparing Decimals With Models

Pg. 62-63 Lesson 13-Nice Numbers

Pg. 64-65 SP-Comparing Decimals

Pg. 66-69 Lesson 14-Decimal War

Pg. 70-71 SP-Comparing Decimals

Pg. 72-74 Lesson 15-Decimal Pictures

Pg. 75-76 SP-Ordering Decimals

Pg. 77-79 Lesson 16-Decimal Models

Pg. 80-81 SP-Adding Fractions Part 1

Pg. 82-83 Lesson 17-Decimal Scavenger Hunt

Pg. 84-85 SP-Adding Fractions Part 2

Pg. 86-87 Lesson 18-Dog Sitting Services

Pg. 88-89 SP-Adding Fractions Part 3

Pg. 90-92 Lesson 19-Decimal Match

Pg. 95-97 Lesson 20-Decimal Problem Solving

Pg. 98-99 SP-Decimal Practice

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Check out these other 4th Grade Math Units!

Unit 1 Place Value and Rounding Unit

Unit 2 Addition and Subtraction Unit

Unit 3 Multiplication Unit

Unit 4 Division Unit

Unit 5 Fraction Unit

Unit 6 Decimal Unit

Unit 7 Geometry Unit

Unit 8 Measurement Unit

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Standards Taught

4.NF.5. 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 100.4 For example, express 3/10 as

30/100, and add 3/10 + 4/100 = 34/100.

4.NF.6. 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.

4.NF.7. 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.

Lessons Include: standard, materials, mini lesson, work time, closing, intervention, extension, essential questions, and formative assessments.

Total Pages
100 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 month
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