Recognize and analyze decimals on a number line with an exciting self-checking interactive game.
Teaching Decimals on a Number Line? We Can Help!
Oh No! That shortcut through the woods on the way to the campground has gone awry. Your students are completely lost in Decimal Woods. Now they must answer the questions to make their way to the trail and back to the campsite!
Try a Fun Decimal Activity To Engage Your Students!
If you are in need of a fun and interactive activity for your students to practice identifying, adding, and subtracting decimals, have no fear! Teach Starter has put together a collection of activities for your students to practice decimal and number line analysis skills. This interactive activity includes questions that help your students master the following.
- Determining if a number line is divided into tenths, hundredths
- Determining the decimal value of a plotted point (tenths and hundredths)
- Identifying a point marked by its decimal value in comparison to others.
- Adding decimals with tenths and hundredths
- Subtracting decimals with tenths and hundredths
This activity aims to practice using a number line model to identify, add, and subtract decimals.
Easily Prepare This Decimal Number Line Activity for Your Students
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This resource was created by Cassandra Friesen, a teacher in Colorado and Teach Starter Collaborator.
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