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Use this power point to help you practise writing decimals over the Christmas break.

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- 1. DecimalsWALT: to write decimals
- 2. What fraction is coloured?
- 3. Four tenthsHow many pieceswe have 4How many piecesit is divided in to 10
- 4. What fraction is coloured?
- 5. Five tenths 5 10
- 6. What fraction is coloured?
- 7. Two tenths 2 10
- 8. What fraction is coloured?
- 9. Seven tenths 7 10
- 10. What fraction is coloured?
- 11. Ten tenths= 1 whole 10 10
- 12. What fraction is coloured red?
- 13. Two tenths 2 10
- 14. • 2/10 0 2• 0 2 means zero whole rectangles and two tenths of a rectangle• This is called a decimal• The dot or point separates the wholes (units) from the fraction (tenths)
- 15. What fraction is coloured blue?
- 16. Eight tenths8 0810
- 17. Write as a decimal
- 18. Write as a decimal
- 19. Write as a decimal
- 20. Write as a decimal
- 21. What fraction is coloured?
- 22. • 1 whole and 5 tenths• Can you write this as a decimal?
- 23. What fraction is coloured?
- 24. Can you write it in decimal form?
- 25. What fraction is coloured?
- 26. Write these in decimal form.• 7 tenths• 3 wholes and 2 tenths• 1 and 5 tenths• 2 tenths
- 27. • Congratulations you can now write in decimal form!

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