Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Matching Decimals And Fractions

by Mark Warner
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Ages: 7-11

These two activities can be carried out as a whole class with the tables (shown below) drawn on the board (and with individual children coming to the front to complete the activity) or individually with children completing the worksheets which can be found by following the links below.

The first activity involves simply drawing lines from the fractions to their matching decimals (i.e. 5/10 matches with 0.5, 9/10 matches with 0.9 etc).

5/100.6
9/100.2
1/100.7
6/100.3
4/101
8/100.9
2/100.1
7/100.5
10/100.4
3/100.8

The worksheet for this activity can be found below.

The second activity is based on the table below:

Fraction (words)Fraction (figures)Decimal (figures)Decimal (words)
One Tenth1/100.1Nought Point One
2/10
0.3
Four tenths
5/10
Nought Point Six
0.7
Eight Tenths
9/10
One Unit

Children should complete the table by filling in the blank spaces. Numbers in each row have the same value (i.e. One Tenth = 1/10 = 0.1 = Nought Point One). The second row should therefore look like this:

Two Tenths2/100.2Nought Point Two

This activity will reinforce the links between fractions and decimals (and how we say each type of number). The related worksheet can be found below.

Downloads:

Matching Decimals and Fractions

Matching Decimals and Fractions 2

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Matching Decimals and Fractions

Matching Decimals and Fractions 3

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