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GROUP NORMS AND HOUSEKEEPING LOGISTICS: Phone Calls Rest Rooms Breaks Lunch Punctuality Sharing Group Norms: Participate Listen with an open mind Ask questions Work toward solutions Limit side bars

Fourth Grade Big Idea 2 Develop an understanding of decimals, including the connection between fractions and decimals.

MA.4.A.2.1 Use decimals through the thousandths place to name numbers between whole numbers. Today’s workshop will focus on the following benchmarks and concepts:

Fourth Grade Big Idea 2 MA.4.A.2.2 Describe decimals as an extension of the base-ten number system. 2.03

Fourth Grade Big Idea 2 MA.4.A.2.3 Relate equivalent fractions and decimals with and without models, including locations on a number line..

Fourth Grade Big Idea 2 MA.4.A.2.4 Compare and order decimals, and estimate fraction and decimal amounts in real-world problems. 3 ½ 1.30 5.0 0.95 1 ¼ Order from greatest to least:

Fourth Grade Big Idea 2 MA.4.A.6.5 Relate halves, fourths, tenths, and hundredths to decimals and percents. 75 % yellow

Big Idea 2 Podcast

Area Models DECIMAL REPRESENTATIONS Base Ten Blocks Money 1.361.01

Tenths and Hundredths

Grab and Go Activity

0.1 0.01

1 whole

THOUSANDTHS

0.463 463 1000

NUMBER LINES

Secret Code Cards DECIMAL PLACE VALUE

Grab and Go Activity

Roll to a Whole Directions: Roll a number cube to see who goes first. Player 1 rolls a number cube and places the digit shown in either the tenths or hundredths place. Player 2 now repeats the same procedure. The game continues until each player has had 5 rolls. Each player now finds the sum of his or her 5 rolls. The winner is the player with the sum closer to 1.0 without going over the 1 whole. Player 1 tenthshundredths Roll 1 Roll 2 Roll 3 Roll 4 Roll 5 SUM Player 2 tenthshundredths Roll 1 Roll 2 Roll 3 Roll 4 Roll 5 SUM

0.8 8 \$.80 80 10 100 Equivalent Decimals & Fractions

Grab and Go Activity

COMPARE & ORDER DECIMALS

Grab and Go Activity

PERCENTS

60% of the counters are red. 6 of the counters 10 are red

Grab and Go Activity

Construct a rectangle using 10 color tiles and the following directions: 0.4 green 30% yellow 1/5 red 1/10 blue Stacey surveyed pizza preference of 60 students. One third preferred vegetarian. 50% liked some type of meat. The rest preferred only cheese. How many students liked only cheese?

¾ O.6 5 %

What percent of the dogs are sitting? What fraction of the dogs have floppy ears? What percent of the dogs have short tails? What fraction of the dogs have spots? What decimal could represent the dogs wearing glasses?