# Dividing decimals

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We played a fun decimals game this week with our 9-year-old. He's a whiz with numbers and this decimals challenge proved it. I made 10 sets of cards, each with three cards in the set: a numerical decimal, the words for how you'd say the decimal, and a grid depiction of the decimal. There are also two other cards: YOUR TURN IS OVER. To make all of these cards, print the free 2-page PDF, print on heavyweight cardstock and if you're concerned the cards are see-through, glue a sheet of colored…

FREEBIE Dividing Decimals Task Cards & Scoot Game FREE from The Curriculum Corner | 4th Grade | 5th Grade | 6th Grade | Math Centers

Decimal Operations Color with Math - Students solve problems by adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing decimals. Then they use the code to color the picture. \$ gr 5-7

Free Fifth Grade Decimal Operations Printable- can be used as daily math, skills practice, spiral review, homework, or assessments. One of 7 free fifth grade math printables!

Add, Subtract, Multiply, & Divide Decimals Modeling: Help students develop a conceptual understanding of adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing decimals. This resource serves as a great introduction to or reinforcement of operations with decimals. Includes bulletin board posters, skills sheets, and quick check tasks.

You can get this resource and many of my other upper elementary/middle school resources at a discount as a part of the following mega bundle! Math Mega Bundle (For Upper Elementary/Middle School Math) PART 2 This product is also a part of my Math Sort Bundle (For Upper Grades) at the following lin...

Grade 5 math worksheets on dividing decimals by whole numbers (1-9) with no rounding. Free pdf worksheets from K5 Learning's online reading and math program.

Ideas will teach kids to divide decimals by decimals with teaching strategies for upper elementary students and 5th grade. This powerpoint lesson includes steps, practice, word problems activities including Core Standards learning and review of multiplication for test prep on dividing decimals. Use of equation with small groups, whole class, or home school enhances division learning from Teacher Pay Teachers.

Review DECIMALS with this FUN dodecahedron project! This activity is perfect to complete as a fun end of unit assessment, fun review project, or end of the year activity. Included in this decimals activity packet: - 6 pages (2 circles per page) - recording sheet - answer key Topics Covered: - Write Fractions in Decimal Form - Plot Decimals on a Number Line - Use Area Models & Number Lines to Compare Decimals - Add, Subtract, Multiply, and Divide Decimals - Use Models to Multiply & Divide…

Try this fun note-taking format to help your math students learn or review decimal division. They can color the background and add to their interactive notebooks! #math #decimals

This is a student-favorite project based learning (PBL) for 5th grade math and financial literacy, which incorporates TEKS and Common Core standards. It can be used in the classroom or as distance learning. A print AND digital Google version is included! Help your students practice decimals and mone...

Print and laminate the 35 included Bingo cards and then project slides showing different representations of decimal operations. Illustrations represent: multiplying whole numbers by decimals, multiplying decimals by decimals dividing whole numbers by decimals, dividing decimals by decimals, and dividing decimals by whole numbers.

Students will practice math concepts by using real world examples. They will compare prices of a weekly add from one store to a sales receipt of a second store. They will divide decimals to figure out which store has the lowest price on each grocery item. Aligned to Common Core Standard 5.NBT.B7 an...

We tackled dividing fractions this week! I was a little bit apprehensive about it since these are wee little fourth graders working on this tough stuff, but they did GREAT! Although I follow the CCSS, I thought it was a little silly that they don’t include dividing a fraction by a fraction at fifth grade ... Read more