An interactive video starring the BBC's Dick and Dom. Go on their adventure and solve decimal problems on the way.
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Help your students understand equivalence between fractions, decimals and percentages with this visual number line flash resource. Peg the value to the correct position.
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A great whiteboard game for teaching about number lines, decimals and place value. Work out what the number is along the number line.
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Play battleships along a numberline using a variety of maths skills, including fractions, decimals and measurements.
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A fun game which practises maths skills, including number bonds to 10 with decimals by driving the monster bus around the town to take little monsters to school.
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SUPERB! Place the numbers on the number line. Loads of levels. Negative numbers and decimals. Play against the clock for a score. My class's favourite warm up, useful throughout school from year 3 to year 6.
This site has a great set of maths games that are sorted into different primary age groups. Practise multiplication, more/less than, decimals and much more. No sign in or registration needed.
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"a man who figured out how to have his pi and recite it, too - beyond 60,000 decimals. All it took was intensive practice and a knack for storytelling, a new study finds."
A great virtual place value card resource for whiteboards. Enter the number you want and see deans apparatus for each.
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The Middle School Mathematics Institute (msmi 2010) will be held in Saint Paul, MN June 14 - June 18, 2010. This event is for teachers in grades 4 - 8. The institute is a 5 day course, where middle school teachers will learn the mathematics behind the math they teach. This year the subject is fractions, decimals, and percentages.
Create a number line worksheet using whole and decimal numbers.
Note that only the answer screen is shown on the screen, but when you print you will get both the question and answer sheets.
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