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This BUNDLE brings together 3 sets of resources that are aligned to the Common Core for 4th Grade 4.NF.C.5, 4.NF.C.6 & 4.NF.C.7 but are relevant to many curricula worldwide.Expressing fractions with denominators 10 as an equivalent fractions with denominator 100, and adding two fractions with respective denominators 10 and 100.Using decimal notation for fractions with denominators 10 or 100.Comparing two decimals to hundredths with the symbols >, =, or <To get a full picture of what is included, open the Preview.1. Expressing fractions with denominators 10 as an equivalent fractions with denominator 100, and adding two fractions with respective denominators 10 and 100.The initial 6 sets provide practice for the core work. With the visual model of squares divided into 10 and 100 parts, students are asked toSet 1- Find the fractions colored in.Set 2 - Color in the areas indicated by the given fraction.Set 3 - Looking for the connection between equivalent fractions given in 1/10ths and 1/100ths using visual models.Seeing that 1 tenth is the same as 10 hundredths is central to the whole process. A Teaching Page is included in the pack that shows the connection between 10ths and 100ths visually and numerically (multiplying numerator and denominator by 10) which will prepare your students for Set 4 which contains numerical questions.Sets 5 and 6 provide practice adding 1/100ths with and without visual supportSets 7, 8 & 9 - the core of the topic - adding a mix of 1/10ths & 100ths as followsSet 7 - add these fractions with visual supportSet 8 - numerical questions with an intermediate step where students must show their conversion of the tenth fraction to a hundreth before the final additionSet 9 - numerical questionsChallengesFor the students who have mastered the above there are two extra sets of worksheetsSet 10 - adding 3 fractions with a mix of tenths and hundredthsSet 11 - equations with 3 fractions BUT students have to find the value of one of the addends.2. Using decimal notation for fractions with denominators 10 or 100.The Worksheets are organized as follows:Set 1- Connecting a square grid, tenths and decimal notation in a place value tableSet 2 - Decimals and fractions (1/10ths) on a number line - simple 10 divisionsSet 3 - Decimals on a number line (simple 10 divisions)Set 4 - Decimals on a number line spread across 2 units - simple 10 divisionsSet 5- Connecting a square grid, tenths and decimal notation in a place value tableSet 6 - Decimals and fractions (1/100ths) on a number line - 100 divisionsSet 7 - Decimals on a number line - 100 divisionsSet 8 - Estimate decimals ( 1/100ths) on a number line with 10 divisionsSet 9 - Writing fractions in expanded form then converting to decimalsSet 10 - Writing decimals in expanded form then converting to fractionsSet 11 - Numerical worksheets converting between decimals and fractionsSet 12 & 13 - Decimal measurements - converting between meters and centimetersComparing two decimals to hundredths with the symbols >, =, or <Set 1: Decimals presented visually in 100 squares with place value tables. The two decimal numbers lie between 0 and 1For the following sets of worksheets, all numbers are 3 digit whole numbers written to 2 decimal places.Set 2 - Two decimal numbers to be compared are set in place value tables. Set 3 - Compare 2 decimal numbers.Set 4 - True or False: Decide whether a given statement comparing 2 decimal numbers is correct or not. Set 5 - Compare and order 4 decimal numbers.How many worksheets are there in total ? (TPT)Almost unlimited .... There are 29 Sets of worksheet BUT at the click of a button numbers are randomized, so the questions change every time allowing you to create new worksheets at the same level for extra practice or revision throughout the year or even give groups of pupils in your class different sets of questions again all at the same level.The multiple levels of worksheets means that you can differentiate from the very start and have the freedom to set the pace of work that you deem is best for each student. No-Prep WorksheetsThese are straightforward no-prep worksheets that require very little instructions. Simply CLICK-PRINT AND GO. This makes them ideal to have printed and ready for a replacement teacher if needed.Answers are automatically generated every time.NoteThese resources work with the official Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows or Mac computers.

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