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Indian Corn Craft with Fractions, Decimals and Percent Practice!

You can use this Indian Corn seasonal math craft to teach fractions, decimals and percents! ~Bon


FREEBIE: This set of 24 task cards covers Converting Fractions and Decimals and is also part of a 30 set entire year bundle for 4th graders! Great focused practice for your students. (TpT resource)


Converting Fractions to Decimals Color by Number

In this activity, students will practice converting fractions to decimals, including repeating decimals and mixed numbers, while they create a colorful masterpiece! Students will color a mandala with the colors indicated according to their answer. The final product creates a beautiful, eye-catching mandala that serves as excellent classroom decor!


Our 5 favorite 4th grade math worksheets

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MATCH - Fractions, Decimals, and Percents Puzzle

Matching puzzles for practicing fraction, decimal, and percent conversions - Matches can be equivalent fractions or any combination of two fractions, decimals, or percents


Fractions Decimals Percents

Roll a Fraction/Decimal/Percent math center! Students roll 2 dice to get the percent and then convert it to a fraction, decimal, and picture! GREAT PRACTICE!


Fractions Decimals and Percents | and Worksheets to go with the book Fractions, Decimals, and Percents ...


Fractions Decimals Percents

Fractions decimals and percents puzzle math center!! What a fun way to practice the skill!!


Decimal of the Day (Decimal Review)

Decimal of the Day - This pdf file contains everything you need for up to 2 months of decimal review (and even longer if you wish!)

Equivalent Fractions Race - Directions: Roll 2 dice and create a proper fraction. If you roll 2 of the same number, roll 1 die again. Now let your partner roll the dice and create his fraction. Once both players have a fraction, you will race to see who can write all of the equivalent fractions first.