**Standards Covered**

**Standards Covered**

EE.7.NS.2.c–d. Express a fraction with a denominator of 10 as a decimal.

EE.7.NS.3. Compare quantities represented as decimals in real-world examples to tenths.

EE.8.NS.2.a. Express a fraction with a denominator of 100 as a decimal.

EE.8.NS.2.b. Compare quantities represented as decimals in real-world examples to hundredths.

EE.7.NS.3. Compare quantities represented as decimals in real-world examples to tenths.

EE.8.NS.2.a. Express a fraction with a denominator of 100 as a decimal.

EE.8.NS.2.b. Compare quantities represented as decimals in real-world examples to hundredths.

**M.EE.7.NS.2.c-d - Express a fraction with a denominator of 10 as a decimal.**

*Learning Goal:*

• Level 2-3 – Students will represent a fraction with a denominator of 10 as a decimal

• Level 1 – Students will recognize separateness

*Essential Questions:*

• How can I express a fraction as a decimal?

*Vocabulary:*

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**decimal**- in the base ten number system, a number that has a decimal point with digits after it.

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**decimal point**- a dot or point used to separate whole numbers from fractions.

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**digit**- one of the numbers from zero to nine.

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**fraction**- a representation of a division of a number; a part of a whole.

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**hundredth**- one part of one hundred equal parts; 0.01.

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**number line**- a line that shows all numbers placed in their correct positions.

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**tenth**- one of ten equal parts into which something is divided; 0.10.

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**denominator**– the part of a fraction that is below the line that functions as the divisor of the number.

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**numerator**– the number above the line in a common fraction showing how many parts indicated by the denominator are taken.

**Students will understand what the purpose of a decimal point is, learn how to convert a fraction with denominator of 10 and 100 to a decimal, know the place value of a tenths and hundredths, and how to compare decimals using symbols.**

__Learning Intention:____Students will be successful when they can convert a fraction to a decimal point, identify the place value of a tenths and hundredths, and compare decimals using symbols.__

**Success Criteria:****Videos**

**Videos**

https://kidadl.com/articles/decimals-year-4-made-easy

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**Understanding Tenths**

**Understanding Tenths**

The first digit to the right of the decimal point; one out of 10 equal parts of a whole.

https://www.math-salamanders.com/image-files/fraction-information-cards-tenths-1.gif

https://www.math-salamanders.com/fractions-decimals-percents.html

**Tenths Worksheets**

**Tenths Worksheets**

Decimals Tenths and Hundredths, an interactive worksheet by mrskrause

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Equivalent Decimal and Fraction Match, an interactive worksheet by Christal

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Decimal numbers, an interactive worksheet by 6_PRIMARIA

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Decimal Place Value, an interactive worksheet by mging

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**worksheets.com****Tenths Games**

**Tenths Games**

www.snappymaths.com/counting/fractions/interactive/tenthsint/tenthsint.htm

www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/decimals/DecimalModels10.htm

3rd Grade Math - Third Grade Math Games and Worksheets (splashlearn.com)

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3rd Grade Math - Third Grade Math Games and Worksheets (splashlearn.com)

**Comparing Decimals Using Symbols**

**Comparing Decimals Using Symbols**

**M.EE.7.NS.3 - Compare quantities represented as decimals in real world examples to tenths.**

*Learning Goal:*

• Level 2-3 – Students will compare two decimals to tenths using symbols

• Level 1 – Students will recognize separateness

*Essential Questions:*

• Which tenth is larger/smaller (from real world example)?

*Vocabulary:*

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**decimal**- in the base ten number system, a number that has a decimal point with digits after it.

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**decimal point**- a dot or point used to separate whole numbers from fractions.

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**digit**- one of the numbers from zero to nine.

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**tenths**- One of ten equal parts.

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**Less than**– a number that is smaller than what it is being compared to.

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**Greater than**– a number that is greater than what it is being compared to.

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**Equal to**– a number that is the same as what it is being compared to.

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Comparing numbers up to 20, an interactive worksheet by astryd

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**worksheets.com**
Activity Book (Mathematics Year 2) : Compare Decimals, an interactive worksheet by siti_wani91

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Mathematics Year 2 : Compare Fractions and Decimals, an interactive worksheet by siti_wani91

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Mathematics Year 2 : Compare Decimals, an interactive worksheet by siti_wani91

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**worksheets.com****Understanding Hundredths **

**Understanding Hundredths**

**M.EE.8.NS.2.a - Express a fraction with a denominator of 100 as a decimal.**

*Learning Goal:*

• Level 2-3 – Students will represent a fraction with a denominator of 10 as a decimal

• Level 1 – Students will recognize separateness

*Essential Questions:*

• How can I express a fraction as a decimal?

*Vocabulary:*

•

**decimal**- in the base ten number system, a number that has a decimal point with digits after it.

•

**decimal point**- a dot or point used to separate whole numbers from fractions.

•

**digit**- one of the numbers from zero to nine. • fraction - a representation of a division of a number; a part of a whole.

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**hundredth**- one part of one hundred equal parts; 0.01.

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**number line**- a line that shows all numbers placed in their correct positions.

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**tenth**- one of ten equal parts into which something is divided; 0.10.

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**denominator**– the part of a fraction that is below the line that functions as the divisor of the number.

•

**numerator**– the number above the line in a common fraction showing how many parts indicated by the denominator are taken.

https://yorkfourthgrade.weebly.com/uploads/1/0/6/8/106801217/hundredth.jpg

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**Hundredths Games**

**Hundredths Games**

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