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# Fraction and Decimal Dominoes – Tenths and Hundredths

• Updated:  24 Mar 2023

Reinforce students' understanding of converting fractions to decimals with this set of dominoes.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  5 Pages

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teaching resource

# Fraction and Decimal Dominoes – Tenths and Hundredths

• Updated:  24 Mar 2023

Reinforce students' understanding of converting fractions to decimals with this set of dominoes.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  5 Pages

Reinforce students' understanding of converting fractions to decimals with this set of dominoes.

## Explore Tenths and Hundredths with a Fractions and Decimals Game

Elevate your students’ engagement level when learning about how tenths and hundredths can be expressed as fractions and decimals with this set of dominoes!

Students will actively participate in the learning process by connecting all the dominoes together in a line. Each piece presents a fraction, waiting to find its counterpart in decimal form. For instance, match 4/10 with 0.4 to unveil the interconnected world of fractions and decimals. There are 30 dominoes to match altogether.

## Multiple Uses for This Fractions and Decimals Game

Looking for some ideas as to how you might use these fractions and decimals dominoes in your classroom? Check out these suggestions from our experienced teacher team:

• Lesson Warm-Up or Wrap-Up – Have your students work together as a class to match the dominoes as a lesson warm-up or wrap-up activity. As an added challenge, set a timer to see how quickly students can complete the task.
• Math Center Activity – Make learning fun with our dominoes by incorporating them into your math center activities. Have small groups of students work together to match all the fractions with their decimal alter egos!
• Assessment Tool – Use the dominoes as an assessment tool to gauge individual and collective comprehension. Observe students’ interactions with the activity to identify areas that may require additional reinforcement.

Print out the dominoes on sturdy cardstock for added longevity and durability. Cut them out and conveniently store them in a resealable bag.

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