Fraction and Decimal Fun Page Sheets Inspired by Singapore Math

Fraction and Decimal Fun Page Sheets    Inspired by Singapore Math
Fraction and Decimal Fun Page Sheets    Inspired by Singapore Math
Fraction and Decimal Fun Page Sheets    Inspired by Singapore Math
Fraction and Decimal Fun Page Sheets    Inspired by Singapore Math
Fraction and Decimal Fun Page Sheets    Inspired by Singapore Math
Fraction and Decimal Fun Page Sheets    Inspired by Singapore Math
Fraction and Decimal Fun Page Sheets    Inspired by Singapore Math
Fraction and Decimal Fun Page Sheets    Inspired by Singapore Math
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These are great to slip into a sheet protector and let students practice over and over again! View the preview for full knowledge of what is included.

Page # 1: Expanded Form Ten Thousands- Convert standard form to expanded form.
Page # 2: Expanded Form Hundred Thousands- Convert standard form to expanded form.
Page # 3: Expanded Form Millions- Convert standard form to expanded form.
Page # 4: Compare Two Numbers Ten Thousands- Compare two numbers up to the ten thousands place. Great for partner games using dice or cards.
Page # 5: Compare Two Numbers Hundred Thousands- Compare two numbers up to the hundred thousands place. Great for partner games using dice or cards
Page # 6: Compare Two Numbers Millions- Compare two numbers up to the millions place. Great for partner games using dice or cards
Page # 7: Expanded Form Decimals to Hundredths- Convert standard form to expanded form.
Page # 8 Expanded Form Decimals to Thousandths- Convert standard form to expanded form.
Page # 9: Compare Two Numbers Decimals to Hundredths- Compare two numbers with decimals to the hundredths place. Great for partner games using dice or cards.
Page # 10: Compare Two Numbers Decimals to Thousands- Compare two numbers with decimals up to the thousands place. Great for partner games using dice or cards.
Page # 11: Comparing Fractions- Compare two fractions by using a bar model as well as a number line. Then complete the inequality.
Page # 12: Convert a Mixed Number to a Decimal- Use a number line to help students visualize mixed numbers as they relate to decimals.
Page # 13: Decimal to Fraction Expanded Form- Convert a decimal to expanded form using fractions .
Page # 14: Convert a Mixed Number to an Improper Fraction- Help students easily see the relationship as they convert between a mixed number to an improper fraction. This works quite well with pattern blocks, use a yellow hexagon block as a whole and exchange it for 3 blue parallelograms that equal one whole hexagon.
Page # 15: Convert Improper to Mixed- First have students pull out all the wholes at once, leaving a proper fraction. They can then convert the improper fraction to a whole to place with the remaining improper fraction.
Page # 16: Fraction Bonding- Fractions can create
a bond the same way as whole numbers.
Page # 17: Fraction of a Whole- Find a fraction of a
whole by outlining the whole (represented as squares 1=1) and
dividing it into equal parts(denominator). Circle the amount
of parts you need(numerator)and count how many you circled.
If I wanted to find 3/4 of 20 I would outline a 4 x 5 rectangle,
divide it into 4 equal groups, circle 3 of those groups, and count how many
total squares were circled. I would
suggest starting off with an easy one like 1/5 of 5 and moving up to 1/4 of 20
then 3/4 of 20.
Page # 18: Multiplying Fractions, Tenths- Use two different colors, one for each fraction, to correctly shade the 1 x 10 grids(shade one fraction vertically and the other horizontally. Then, redraw them on the bottom 10 x 10 grid. The squares that have overlapping colors can be counted to determine the numerator, it is a 10 x 10 grid so the denominator is 100. I’d recommend using this page after demonstrating the same method with patty paper and colored pencils.
Page # 19: Multiplying Fractions, Hundredths- Use two different colors, one for each fraction, to correctly shade the 10 x 10 grids (shade one fraction vertically and the other horizontally. Then, redraw them on the bottom 10 x 10 grid. The squares that have overlapping colors can be counted to determine the numerator, it is a 10 x 10 grid so the denominator is 100. I’d recommend using this page after demonstrating the same method with patty paper and colored pencils.


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