Score sheets, a deck of cards, and pencils are all that are needed for this fun decimal place value game!
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This would be great for journals.  I love how it is color coded and the lines connect to the corresponding value on the other side of the decimal.  Another visual reminder that there is no "oneths" place.  :)

This would be great for journals. I love how it is color coded and the lines connect to the corresponding value on the other side of the decimal. Another visual reminder that there is no "oneths" place. :)

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Decimals Place Value 2 Trashketball involves students rounding, comparing, ordering, and using a number line with decimals and shooting baskets at the end of each round. There are 4 rounds in this game with 8 questions in each round.  $ gr 4-6

Decimals Place Value 2 Trashketball involves students rounding, comparing, ordering, and using a number line with decimals and shooting baskets at the end of each round. There are 4 rounds in this game with 8 questions in each round. $ gr 4-6

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Teaching With a Mountain View: Decimal Place Value Resources & Teaching Ideas
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Use these four pages of material to review or quiz your students on basic decimal place value concepts. Concepts covered include:Number FormExpanded FormWord FormComparing NumbersOrdering NumbersRounding Numbers Need more DECIMAL Place Value Resources?

Use these four pages of material to review or quiz your students on basic decimal place value concepts. Concepts covered include:Number FormExpanded FormWord FormComparing NumbersOrdering NumbersRounding Numbers Need more DECIMAL Place Value Resources?

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Decimal Place Value Anchor Chart - I used this idea and edited it slightly by having the students use grid paper to create squares 10cm by 10cm.  We subdivided them to drive home that the more you "cut" a shape the smaller the pieces are, something that is more abstract for students to grasp.

Decimal Place Value Anchor Chart - I used this idea and edited it slightly by having the students use grid paper to create squares 10cm by 10cm. We subdivided them to drive home that the more you "cut" a shape the smaller the pieces are, something that is more abstract for students to grasp.

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