MATCHING EQUIVALENT DECIMALS with EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS
There's a "twist" to these worksheets that students must become aware of.
There is a column of decimals and a column of equivalent fractions they must match up, but the column of fractions has a "twist" to it.
Some of the fractions are REDUCED and some are NOT REDUCED but STILL equivalent to their decimal counterparts. Finding the match therefore is more challenging than it sounds.
Great exercise showing the relationship between decimals and fractions.
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Use as classwork, homework or whole classroom lesson discussing the answers as you go along. Your download of 4 pages includes answers. Decorated for fun. By David Filipek
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- Designed as a whole-class lesson this Powerpoint gets students actively involved in the answers. Great activity with great graphics will keep students engaged. NOT for the beginner!
- FACTORS OR MULTIPLES OR BOTH!
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GREAT TEACHING TO YOU!