There is one chart with ten strips representing units of ten up to one hundred. Then there is one chart with 100 blocks representing hundreds up to one hundred.
These charts are both the same size. 10 blocks fit into one 10 strip.
If these are printed out on transparencies students can lay them on top of one another to compare tens and hundreds. If you line up the numbers all of the boxes will line up.
Very useful for comparing fractions and decimals of tenths and hundreds. Can also be used for help in putting the same fractions and decimals in order from smallest to largest.
There is a sample sheet included with some blocks colored in comparing .5 and .66.
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