# Teaching decimals

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Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Teaching decimals. Get inspired and try out new things.

In this blog post I will share with you some ideas on how you can use money to introduce decimals. You will also find a free printable you can use during guided math groups to compare decimals. The Standards Below are the standards that are covered in the following activities. 4.NF.7 – I can compare two […]

Tweet Today I am joining some great math teacher bloggers to bring you a new series of blog hops: Fly on the Math Teacher's Wall. These blog posts will be all about SQUASHING teacher, student and parent misconceptions. They will give you a look inside math teachers classrooms and help you find new ideas and understandings across the grade levels. Today we are talking about place value. Today I want to talk about decimals. I feel like teachers have gotten pretty good at using manipulatives…

If you're preparing to teach decimals, you may be wondering where even to begin. Decimals can be an abstract, difficult-to-understand concept for some students, and it's essential to teach them in a way that helps

Are you about to start a decimal unit? These no-prep printable decimal games are a great way to introduce modeling decimals in a fun, hands-on way.

Daily practice is a great way to learn decimals and this decimal of the day sheet is the perfect way for quick review. And it is FREE.

Set your students up for success when teaching adding and subtracting decimals using these 3 easy to implement tips!

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I feel like it takes students all school year and then some to remember how to convert between fractions, decimals and percents. In Texas, we start with generating equivalent numbers in 6th grade: the time when some teachers and students think math manipulatives and models are no longer needed. I strongly disagree. I struggled with math in school (which I believe is what makes me love teaching math now) and I don't ever remember working with math manipulatives or math models. No fraction…

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