Students can practice converting repeating decimals to fractions and differentiating between similar terminating decimals by completing this puzzle. Students will change decimals to fractions and fractions to decimals then match them to their equivalent counterpart.
Similar decimals such as 0.5555... and 0.5 or 0.8333... and 0.8383... are included so students must really pay attention to detail. I have also included 0.6666... and 0.66666667 since this is a commonly confused repeating decimal thanks to calculators.
This is great for practice, review, math stations, math workshop, or interactive notebook pages.