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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.
✅ 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.
✅ 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.
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