There are 3 printables for comparing tenths, hundredths, and thousandths.
Your students will identify decimals using models on 4 of the pages. Then they will compare the decimals by using <, >, or =. Pages 13-14 can be copied “back to back” for practicing hundredths.
Number lines are used on 2 of the pages where your students will identify what decimal is represented at each location.
There are 4 printables for ordering decimals. One is for ordering tenths and the other is for ordering hundredths. There are 2 others where your students color in the decimal model and then cut/glue the decimals in order from least to greatest. (Can be used as a center/game idea).
For understanding place value, your students will identify the place value of an underlined digit (multiple choice, 2 different pages) as well as a separate printables where your students will write the value of the underlined digit (for ex. .789 = .08).
Coloring in the decimal model and then cutting it out to glue in order from least to greatest.
Flashcard decimals to be used as a game during your math instructional time – students can play “War” with the cards by winning the higher decimal and/or putting a handful of the cards in order.
Writing decimals in expanded notation can be tricky! There are 2 printables for your students to use with this skill.
There are 3 interactive notebook or math journal pages for you to use, too.
There is a printable to send home for homework where your students can practice pronouncing the decimals (and a line to write when the assessment will be). There is an assessment page where you call each student over individually and have them read the list of decimals out loud to you.
This entire product can be used in small groups, homework, assessment, centers, partners, instruction, etc.
This product is also included in a "bundle" with coordinating products. Check it out here to get this product along with three others at a discounted price:
Decimal Fun Bundle
I hope your students benefit from this product! I’d love your feedback and/or suggestions of ways to add to this!
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