The concept of less than one is huge in 5th grade. It shows up in fractions and decimals. I find it to be very important to give real word examples and manipulatives to solidify the concept of less than one.
Before we began talking about decimals, I wanted to make sure my students had the basic understanding that numbers can be written in standard, word and expanded forms. I introduced this with the Place Value PowerPoint .
Once they were comfortable with reading and writing whole numbers in their various forms, we moved into decimals.
We started out with hundred beads inspired by this Math Maniac post.
We practiced showing numbers like 0.64 and writing them as fractions and decimals.
Then, we practiced reading decimals using my Reading Decimals PowerPoint.
We moved on to expanding decimal forms. We would lay out cards and use a die to mark the decimal. The students wrote the numbers in standard and expanded form and read the decimal aloud to practice the word form.
That night I threw together some expanded cards and color coded them so it would be easy to keep organized. Then the students would take the expanded form and turn it into standard form.
By the end they were able to show the decimal and write it in the three forms.
It was a fun couple of weeks. The kids loved using manipulatives to learn. Who says math isn’t fun?
Check out these resources to help you teach about decimals in your classroom!Apr 22, 2018 - teacherspayteachers.com - 10
Help your students become a Math-magician (mathematician)! Students learn to read decimals using a decimal place value chart. This instructional PowerPoint emphasizes the correct way to read decimals using place value and the word 'and'. Read numbers to the tenths, hundredths, and thousandths. • Slides 2-11: Introduces place value and how the place value chart increase by x1, going to the left and decrease by x1, going to the right. • Slides 12-21: Students practice reading decimals to tenths • Slides 22-35: Introduce and practice reading decimals to hundredths
• Slides 36-46: Introduce and practice reading decimals to the thousandths.
• Slides 47-55: Mixed Practice
• Slide 56: Printable Place Value Chart Posters...Apr 22, 2018 - teacherspayteachers.com - 0
Digital interactive lesson and practice for Dividing Decimals. Based on my Dividing Decimals Powerpoint, this interactive Google Slides resourceApr 22, 2018 - teacherspayteachers.com - 11
This PowerPoint reviews place value with decimals. Introduce your students to standard form, word form, and expanded form. Decimal expanded form is written with fractions so this can be new and challenging for some students. Students will identify numbers in the different forms to learn the vocabulary.Apr 22, 2018 - teacherspayteachers.com - 5
Students will use a decimal place value chart to create numbers. Go beyond decimal place value worksheets with this digital resource in Google Slides. Students will type standard and expanded form given a decimal word form, and will practice other combinations.Apr 22, 2018 - teacherspayteachers.com - 0
Vocabulary, Foldables, and Instructions for Dividing a Decimal by a Whole Number and Dividing a Whole Number by a Decimal. Updated to include a Beat the Clock game for each skill. Students answer quickly to trying to answer before the computer does. **Updates From 53 slides to 88 slides!Apr 22, 2018 - teacherspayteachers.com - 1
Teaching your 5th grade students to divide decimals? These decimal worksheets will help. This contains five worksheets to practice dividing decimals. I designed it to accompany my Dividing Decimals PowerPoint.Apr 22, 2018 - teacherspayteachers.com - 0
Dividing Decimals Task Cards Decimals in the Divisor 5.NBT.B.7
I will divide multi digit numbers with decimals in the divisor. Dividing Decimals is quite the challenge for my kiddos. I introduce the concept with my Dividing Decimals PowerPointApr 22, 2018 - teacherspayteachers.com - 0
Multiplication Task Cards Multiply Multi-Digit Numbers with Decimals This contain 30 task cards, strategy posters, task card record sheets, and an answer key. Check out myApr 22, 2018 - teacherspayteachers.com - 1
This work mat can be used for any number line activity. You can laminate it for use with white board markers or wet erase markers. Another option is to insert them into reusable dry erase pockets. An Open Number Line can be used for: *place value
*two digit addition
*two digit subtraction
*creating a visual to solve word problems