Ordering Decimals - Step-by-Step Lesson Unit

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4th, 5th, 6th
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Common Core Standards
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This series of lessons (or mini-unit) will help the struggling learner or special needs student to compare three decimals and order them from least to greatest.

The lessons are broken down into six separate parts, with lots of "extra practice" worksheets so you can move at your students' pace. It begins by using a grid to teach students to line up the decimals and then compare digits. By the end of the lesson series, students will compare up to three decimals without a grid or other visual aids. Generally, several pages of the lesson can be completed in one day, depending on student progress and the amount of time you have available.

The pages include color, but can be printed in black and white if desired. Pages are suitable for printing back-to-back. The entire series is also designed for keeping in a binder or using a comb binding system.

A complete set of answer keys is included. Check out the preview for a full-size view of one of the answer key pages.

THIS LESSON SERIES IS PART OF A SET. The Comparing Decimals lesson series is in the same format and is also available in my TpT store.

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Ordering Decimals - Step-by-Step Lesson Unit
Ordering Decimals - Step-by-Step Lesson Unit
Ordering Decimals - Step-by-Step Lesson Unit
Ordering Decimals - Step-by-Step Lesson Unit