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# 4.NF.7 #2

Do your young mathematicians need practice getting familiar with comparing decimals and fractions? This activity is designed to allow youngsters to visually represent the decimals that are provided by shading a figure. There are 10 problems.

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- Can be used as guided or independent practice
- Colored pencils may enhance student engagement
- Could serve as an intervention for struggling fourth and fifth graders

##### Pros

- There is a good variety of figures to be shaded
- Contains a mixture of tenths and hundredths

##### Cons

- Answer key is not included

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