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This mini bundle is part of 4.NF.5, Finding Equivalent Fractions For Decimal Fractions. The 'Decimal Fractions PowerPoint' that is included covers all of NF.5. It includes looking at where decimal fractions are found in every day life, in the place value chart, how to find the equivalent fractions of decimal fractions, how to represent them visually in 10's and 100's grid, number lines, fraction circles and how to add decimal fractions.

All the slides from the PowerPoints can be printed to make wall charts or mini booklets.

★**Why Not Save Even More! – this mini bundle is a part of the Full 4.N.F.5 Bundle, 5 Lesson Plans, 25 Individual Resources, all for under $20 **★

I have purposely created all of my resources from the ground up to specifically cover the required standards, and I incorporate math language, deeper thinking discussions and connections to the real world in most of the lessons. My manipulatives (hands on activities) give student the ability to see math visually and mentally as well as touch the materials used in math.

Each Lesson Plan includes the CCSS, the Mathematical Practices used in this lesson, the objectives, the "I can statements" for the children, PowerPoint to teach or revise from, an introduction to the lesson, the whole class lesson which will always include manipulatives, independent work in the shape of practice sheets, reflective journal entry, and a fast finishers activity or game, most often a game. Resources can also be easily converted into math centers.

You will never run out of something to keep your students occupied and motivated. I will always include more! I had to always look for something more to supplement the lesson, usually when my school wanted to use text books and that's why I fill my lessons up with lots of resources! Busy minds, happy class!

**In addition to one Comprehensive Lesson Plan, this mini bundle includes the following 8 resources:**

**Decimal Fractions PowerPoint **

This PowerPoint covers all of NF.5, it begins by looking at where decimal fraction can be found on the place value chart and how to find equivalent fraction for decimal fractions. The ppt explains why they are equivalent and step by step of how to find the equivalents. All the slides from the PowerPoint can be printed to make wall charts or mini booklets.

**Equivalent Decimal Fractions - Concentration Game (4.NF.5)**

This resource presents children with an opportunity to practice, learn and explore their understanding of equivalent decimal fractions in a fun, collaborative, and interactive way. They will be matching decimal fractions to their equivalent counterpart by reading the name of the fraction in words, in fraction format and in 10's and 100's grids. There are 56 cards, instructions and I have included back covers if you are intending to laminate.

**Finding Equivalent Decimal Fractions - Worksheet (4.NF.5)**

The worksheet encourages students to name, draw and find the equivalent partner of all the decimal fractions.

**How To Find The Equivalent Fraction Of Decimal Fractions - PowerPoint (4.NF.5)**

This ppt shows the students how to multiply and how to divide to find the Equivalent Fractions for Decimal Fractions. I include a page that points out what they need to remember when finding equivalent fractions.

**Equivalent Fraction of a Decimal Fraction - Think/Pair/Share Activity (4.NF.5) **

The Think/Pair/Share Activity encourages students to do active reasoning and explanation of any problem or topic. It allow the students have time to think, to articulate their thinking to a partner and then share their thoughts with the rest of the group or class - Based on Dr Frank Lyman (1981) work.

**Working With Decimal Fractions To Make Equivalent Fractions - Activity (4.NF.5)**

This activity includes decimal fractions number cards (1 -9 & 10 - 90) for 10th and for 100th and a working out mat that the students place the number cards on and then do the working out. There is one mat for multiplication (changing a 10th to a 100th) and one mat for division (changing 100th to 10th).

**Anecdotal Observation Sheet for Fractions**

This anecdotal sheet is specifically for 4.NF.5. There are two per page and each anecdotal note contains the standard as a reference. Photocopy one for each student, staple together and then next time they are completing a task that meets all the requirements of standard 4.NF.5 record your observation and then use this information in your reports. I would often take a photo of the students working and attach this to the anecdotal sheet also.

**Reflective Math Journal Sheet**

The reflective journal sheet asks the students to reflect on what they have learnt today in their math lesson. They are asked to use words or drawings to explain their thinking and a second question that asks them what they will remember to take into their next math lesson.

Getting into the habit of asking the students to spend 5 minutes completing this sheet may be hard but incredibly rewarding once they are used to doing the task. Use it as an exit pass. :)

The information you will be able to get from them will be very valuable and it will make report writing easier.

The PowerPoint presentation included in this bundle includes transitions and is fully editable, so you can make any changes that you wish. In order to view this file you will need the Fonts below, all are free and you can download them via the links below:

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All the slides from the PowerPoints can be printed to make wall charts or mini booklets.

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I have purposely created all of my resources from the ground up to specifically cover the required standards, and I incorporate math language, deeper thinking discussions and connections to the real world in most of the lessons. My manipulatives (hands on activities) give student the ability to see math visually and mentally as well as touch the materials used in math.

Each Lesson Plan includes the CCSS, the Mathematical Practices used in this lesson, the objectives, the "I can statements" for the children, PowerPoint to teach or revise from, an introduction to the lesson, the whole class lesson which will always include manipulatives, independent work in the shape of practice sheets, reflective journal entry, and a fast finishers activity or game, most often a game. Resources can also be easily converted into math centers.

You will never run out of something to keep your students occupied and motivated. I will always include more! I had to always look for something more to supplement the lesson, usually when my school wanted to use text books and that's why I fill my lessons up with lots of resources! Busy minds, happy class!

This PowerPoint covers all of NF.5, it begins by looking at where decimal fraction can be found on the place value chart and how to find equivalent fraction for decimal fractions. The ppt explains why they are equivalent and step by step of how to find the equivalents. All the slides from the PowerPoint can be printed to make wall charts or mini booklets.

This resource presents children with an opportunity to practice, learn and explore their understanding of equivalent decimal fractions in a fun, collaborative, and interactive way. They will be matching decimal fractions to their equivalent counterpart by reading the name of the fraction in words, in fraction format and in 10's and 100's grids. There are 56 cards, instructions and I have included back covers if you are intending to laminate.

The worksheet encourages students to name, draw and find the equivalent partner of all the decimal fractions.

This ppt shows the students how to multiply and how to divide to find the Equivalent Fractions for Decimal Fractions. I include a page that points out what they need to remember when finding equivalent fractions.

The Think/Pair/Share Activity encourages students to do active reasoning and explanation of any problem or topic. It allow the students have time to think, to articulate their thinking to a partner and then share their thoughts with the rest of the group or class - Based on Dr Frank Lyman (1981) work.

This activity includes decimal fractions number cards (1 -9 & 10 - 90) for 10th and for 100th and a working out mat that the students place the number cards on and then do the working out. There is one mat for multiplication (changing a 10th to a 100th) and one mat for division (changing 100th to 10th).

This anecdotal sheet is specifically for 4.NF.5. There are two per page and each anecdotal note contains the standard as a reference. Photocopy one for each student, staple together and then next time they are completing a task that meets all the requirements of standard 4.NF.5 record your observation and then use this information in your reports. I would often take a photo of the students working and attach this to the anecdotal sheet also.

The reflective journal sheet asks the students to reflect on what they have learnt today in their math lesson. They are asked to use words or drawings to explain their thinking and a second question that asks them what they will remember to take into their next math lesson.

Getting into the habit of asking the students to spend 5 minutes completing this sheet may be hard but incredibly rewarding once they are used to doing the task. Use it as an exit pass. :)

The information you will be able to get from them will be very valuable and it will make report writing easier.

The PowerPoint presentation included in this bundle includes transitions and is fully editable, so you can make any changes that you wish. In order to view this file you will need the Fonts below, all are free and you can download them via the links below:

You can feel confident that you are comprehensively teaching your students every skill in the standard with my resources, as all have been designed from the ground up to align to the CCSS. Whilst my resources have specifically been designed for 4th Grade, most will also be most applicable to higher ability students in grade 3 and lower ability students in grade 5.

I hope your students enjoy this resource and that it gives you a bit of time back in your busy life.

Follow me on Teachers Pay Teachers: Look for the green star next to my store logo and click it to become a follower. Voila! You will now receive email updates about this store. ☺

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