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6 Introducing Decimals Activities

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This packet includes:

Decimal of the Day - a great way to daily review decimals.

10 Cut and Paste Activities - Children will cut and paste decimals to work on number lines, area models, and greater than or less than.

40 Task Cards - These task cards are a great way to introduce decimals using models. Children will color in 100 grids, label number lines, figure out the decimal on a number line, and what a model represent.

5 Dot Pages - children dot the decimals that are greater than or equal to a given decimal or fraction.

4 Writing Responses - children must describe why or why not a problem is correct and then model the problem on the back.

2 No-Prep Intro to Modeling Decimals Game - children roll dice then move up and down a number line or color in a 100 grid to try to be the first to make exactly 1.

Decimal Dominoes - children match decimals, fractions, and percents to be the first to run out of dominoes

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