20+ pages, 5 differentiated dividing with decimals math worksheets. Includes concepts such as divide decimals by powers of ten, whole numbers, and zeros in the dividend. Made for 5th grade but also great for 6th grade review or 4th grade enrichment. The answers guide them through a drawings of cute characters in the big city. When your students color or doodle in math class, it activates both hemispheres of the brain at the same time. These worksheets come with an answer key and a teacher's guide for ideas!
Big City Buddies- Division Decimals
Worksheet #1 –5.NBT.2 Divide Decimals by Powers of Ten
Worksheet #2 – 5.NBT.2 Divide Decimals by Whole Numbers
Worksheet #3- 5.NBT.7 Divide Decimals by Decimals
Worksheet #4- 5.NBT.7 Zeros in the Dividend
Worksheet #5- 5.NBT.7 Zeros in the Dividend
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