This would be great for journals. I love how it is color coded and the lines connect to the corresponding value on the other side of the decimal. Another visual reminder that there is no "oneths" place. :)
In this quick and easy game, students compete against one another to form the highest decimal number using playing cards. This game challenges students to think critically about the place value of digits in decimal numbers and how each digit's placement impacts the total value of the number. Come visit us at Games4Gains.com to learn how to play!
32 Decimals and Place Value Task Cards: These task cards are a great way for students to demonstrate their knowledge of decimal place value (5.NBT.1). You can use these in math centers, to play SCOOT!, as a review, and more!