# Tenths and Hundredths | Fourth Grade Math 4.NF.5

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Are you looking for simple, printer friendly practice pages that will engage your fourth graders in working on equivalent fractions with tenths and hundredths? Use these as your go-to pages for homework, quick checks, and in-class practice.

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4.NF.5 - Equivalent Fractions | Tenths and Hundredths

• Write an equivalent fraction when given a fraction with 10 or 100 in the denominator (2 pages)
• Name a fraction based on a model, then name the equivalent fraction (1 page)
• Add fractions with 10 and 100 in the denominator (3 pages; varying difficulty)
• Shade in a model to make an equivalent fraction, then name the fractions (2 pages)
• Name fractions, then add when given a model (2 pages)

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Why THESE math skill checks? Here is what your students get:

• Fonts that are easy to read
• Simple directions
• Consistent formatting
• Focus on one skill at a time
• Zero “clutter” on their page

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WHO IS THIS RESOURCE FOR?

Classroom teachers who want a print and go common assessment of student learning

Classroom teachers who need a resource to help them figure out what to teach next

Interventionists needing to work with small groups on fourth grade math skills

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WHAT ELSE WOULD MAKE YOUR ♯TEACHERLIFE EASIER?

➡ Are you looking for third grade math skills?

3.G.1 - Shapes and Their Attributes

3.G.2 - Partitioning Shapes into Equal Parts

3.MD.1 - Time to the Nearest Minute; Elapsed Time

3.MD.2 - Measuring and Estimating Liquid Volumes and Masses

3.MD.3 - Picture Graphs and Bar Graphs

3.MD.4 - Measuring to the Quarter Inch; Line Plots

3.MD.5 - Concepts and Measurements of Area

3.MD.6 - Area by Tiling; Area of Odd Shapes

3.MD.7 - Perimeter

3.NBT.1 - Rounding to the Nearest 10 and 100

3.NBT.2 - Addition and Subtraction Within 1000

3.NBT.3 - Multiplying Multiples of 10

3.NF.1 - Identifying Fractions

3.NF.2 - Fractions on a Number Line

3.NF.3 - Comparing Fractions; Equivalent Fractions; Whole Numbers

3.OA.1 - Multiplication Strategies

3.OA.2 - Division Strategies

3.OA.3 - Multiplication and Division Word Problems

3.OA.4 - Solving for Unknown Numbers

3.OA.5 - Properties of Multiplication

3.OA.6 - Division Related to Multiplication

3.OA.7 - Multiplication Fact Fluency

3.OA.8 - Multi-Step Word Problems

3.OA.9 - Arithmetic Patterns

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Hey there! I'm Jennifer, an experienced first, third, and fourth grade general education classroom teacher, I also have experience as a special education teacher's assistant and interventionist. I earned my Bachelors' degree in Family & Child Studies, and my Masters' degree in Elementary Education.

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Express a fraction with denominator 10 as an equivalent fraction with denominator 100, and use this technique to add two fractions with respective denominators 10 and 100. For example, express 3/10 as 30/100, and add 3/10 + 4/100 = 34/100.
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