This set of 10 math stations all focus on the 4th grade standards for relating decimals and fractions. With 10 different centers to practice with your students will be experts in no time flat while playing these partner math games.
This relating decimals to fractions set of math stations is a no frills all action product meant to cement students' knowledge of how fractions and decimals are related to prepare them for testing. All ten of the activities included were created entirely in black and white to save on colored ink, and make for easy use of the copy machine.
I use these activities in class and with my testing study group after school.
It was created with the following standards in mind:
relate decimals to fractions that name tenths and hundredths 4.2G
CCSS.Math.Content.4.NF.C.6 Use decimal notation for fractions with denominators 10 or 100
All of the activities included are designed to be used to fill in any gaps that students may have understanding how decimals in the tenths and hundredths place relate to fractions.
Each activity can be completed in a variety of settings to meet the needs of every learner in your classroom.
Also included in this product:
Answer keys when appropriate
Recording sheets to hold students accountable
Content vocabulary for your word wall
Test bridge questions
Other Big Ten Resources:
Big Ten: Place Value
Big Ten: Addition and Subtraction
Big Ten: Geometry
Big Ten: Measuring Angles
Big Ten: Decimals and Fractions
Big Ten: Comparing Fractions
Big Ten: Adding and Subtracting Fractions
Big Ten: Data and Graphs
Big Ten: Multiplication and Division
Big Ten: Strip Diagrams and Equations
Big Ten: Perimeter and Area
Big Ten: Measurement
Big Ten: Input-Output Tables and Numerical Patterns
OR GET THEM ALL IN THIS Big Ten BUNDLE
For more test prep check out my Test Smash series:
Fourth Grade Test Smash
Fifth Grade Test Smash
Third Grade Test Smash
Other Teaching in the Fast Lane products that will compliment this product are:
This Decimal TicTacToe Choice Board
great for early finishers, homework, or students that need a little extra practice.
Or these Snowflake Fraction Task Cards which ask students to use their knowledge of fractions and apply it to problem situations.