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## Fractions to/from Decimals for Grade 4

Converting fractions to and from decimals worksheets.

These worksheets provide introductory exercises for converting fractions to and from decimals . All fractions have a denominator of 10 or 100 for easy translation into decimals. Mixed numbers are also used.

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## Y4 Fractions and Decimals Lesson 12 - Word Problems - Year 4

Subject: Mathematics

Age range: 7-11

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6 September 2023

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The lesson forms a part of a series of lessons on Fractions and Decimals . Other lessons in this series are:

- Lesson 1: Equivalent Fractions
- Lesson 2: Fractions of Amounts
- Lesson 3: Calculating Quantities
- Lesson 4: Addition
- Lesson 5: Subtraction
- Lesson 6: Tenths and Hundredths
- Lesson 7: Decimal Equivalents
- Lesson 8: Dividing by 10
- Lesson 9: Dividing by 100
- Lesson 10: Rounding Decimals
- Lesson 11: Comparing Decimals
- Lesson 12: Word Problems

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## Y4 Unit Bundle Fractions and Decimals - Year 4

This is a complete unit pack with high quality resources for Year 4 Fractions and Decimals. It includes 12 lesson packs covering the following topics: * Lesson 1: Equivalent Fractions * Lesson 2: Fractions of Amounts * Lesson 3: Calculating Quantities * Lesson 4: Addition * Lesson 5: Subtraction * Lesson 6: Tenths and Hundredths * Lesson 7: Decimal Equivalents * Lesson 8: Dividing by 10 * Lesson 9: Dividing by 100 * Lesson 10: Rounding Decimals * Lesson 11: Comparing Decimals * Lesson 12: Word Problems Each lesson pack includes: * PowerPoint Presentation * Differentiated Activity Sheets * Challenge Cards * A4 Poster

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## Count up and down in hundredths

They will also be expected to count up and down in hundredths mentally.

## Solve problems involving quantities and non-unit fractions

Your child will calculate quantities involving fractions. For instance, they might be asked to find a fraction of a set of objects. They should be able to do this even when the answer is not a whole number. For example:

of 22 = 3

They will solve problems involving fractions to divide quantities, including non-unit fractions . For example:

of 12 First they will find the value of = 4. Then they will multiply this value by 2 to find = 8.

## Add and subtract fractions with the same denominator

Your child will use drawings, diagrams, and symbols to add and subtract fractions with the same denominator (the bottom number of a fraction). For example:

## Use decimal equivalents of tenths or hundredths

In Year 4, your child will learn that decimals and fractions are different ways of expressing numbers and proportions.

## Use decimal equivalents of ¼, ½, ¾, and tenths and hundredths

Your child will learn to use decimal equivalents of any number of tenths or hundredths. For example:

is equivalent to 0.1. is equivalent to 0.3. is equivalent to 0.01. is equivalent to 0.05. is equivalent to 0.25. is equivalent to 0.5. is equivalent to 0.75.

## Divide one- or two-digit numbers by 10 and 100

Your child will be able to divide numbers by 10 and 100.

They will know what happens when they divide a 1- or 2-digit number by 10 and 100, identifying the value of the digits in the answer as ones, tenths, and hundredths. For example:

3 ÷ 10 = 0·3 = 5 ÷ 100 = 0·05 =

## Round numbers with 1 decimal place

Your child will round numbers with decimals up and down to the nearest whole number. For example:

1.6 will round up to 2. 18.3 will round down to 18.

## Compare numbers with up to 2 decimal places

Your child will learn to compare decimal numbers with up to two decimal places and say which one is bigger or smaller. At this stage, they will mainly be comparing numbers with the same number of decimal places. For example:

3.45 is smaller than 3.54. 8.8 is bigger than 8.5.

## Solve simple measure and money problems

Your child will solve real-world problems involving fractions and decimals to 2 decimal places.

They will also represent numbers with one or two decimal places in several ways, such as on number lines .

## How to help at home

There are lots of ways you can help your child to understand fractions. Here are just a few ideas.

## 1. Explore equivalent fractions

Equivalent fractions are different fractions that have the same value.

## Fraction wall

When they have done this, ask them if they notice any patterns in the sequence of fractions. Help your child notice that you can change one fraction into an equivalent fraction by multiplying (or dividing) the numerator and the denominator by the same number.

## 2. Simplify fractions

Your child will learn to simplify fractions. Simplifying a fraction means reducing the fraction into its simplest form.

To simplify fractions, your child will find the highest common factor of the numerator and the denominator and then divide both numbers by it. The ‘highest common factor’ is the biggest number that can be divided equally into both the numerator and the denominator. For example:

Simplify . We know that 5 is the highest common factor of 5 and 25 (i.e. it is the biggest number that both 5 and 25 can be divided by to arrive at whole numbers). We can therefore divide the numerator and the denominator by 5 to get the answer: .

If the numerator and the denominator do not have a common factor, then they are fully simplified. See page three of our Fraction Calculations in School booklet for more information.

## Fraction Calculations in School

## 3. Think about fractions while shopping

Shopping together can provide a useful opportunity to think about fractions as decimals.

Encourage your child to compare price tags. This is great practice for comparing numbers with two decimal places. For example, one item may cost £1.67 and another may cost £1.76. Ask your child to say which one is bigger and to explain how they know. They could even use the greater than > or less than < symbols to compare numbers up to two decimal places (for example, 5.67 < 5.71).

Try using place value charts to help your child compare numbers with two decimal places. Place value charts are a way of showing how big numbers are visually. For example:

By showing the numbers with a place value chart, your child can understand the value of the number more easily. For example, place value charts could help with this comparison:

4.20 has four ones, two tenths and zero hundredths. 4.76 has four ones, seven tenths and six hundredths. Therefore, 4.76 is greater than 4.20.

## 4. Round decimals

Your child will need to be able to round decimals with one decimal place to the nearest whole number.

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## Fraction and Decimal Worksheets for Year 4 (age 8-9)

In Year 4 children will begin to work with hundredths, understanding that finding one hundredth is equivalent to dividing by 100 (e.g. one hundredth of 2 000 is equivalent to 2 000 divided by 100). They should also be shown the connection between hundredths and tenths and that hundredths arise by dividing tenths by ten (e.g 0.5 divided by ten is 0.05).

The relationship between fractions and decimals will also be extended and by the end of the year children should be able to recognise and write decimal equivalence of any number of tenths or hundredths (e.g. 6 hundredths is equivalent to 0.06).

An important part of this link between fractions and decimals is understanding the effect of dividing a one-digit or two-digit number by ten or one hundred and identifying the value of the digits in the answer as units, tenths and hundredths (e.g. 45 divided by 100 is 0.45 or 4 tenths and five hundredths or 45 hundredths). Each digit moves one place to the right when dividing by ten and two digits to the right when dividing by 100. There is more on this in our Year 4 Division category.

Of course, there is still plenty to do on equivalent fractions and children should be learning some of the more common families of equivalent fractions (e.g. one fifth is equivalent to two tenths). They should also know the decimal equivalents to a quarter (0.25), a half (0.5) and three quarters (0.75).

Addition of fractions with the same denominator continues but answers can be more than one whole one and should be simplified where possible. More work is also done with subtracting fractions with the same denominator. We have plenty of pages on both of these subjects.

If all of this is achieved by the end of Year 4 then your child will have a really good basic understanding of fractions and should be able to move on successfully next year.

## Comparing and ordering decimals

Comparing and ordering decimals up to two decimal places.

Putting decimals in order of size, using tenths.

Putting numbers with two decimal places in order of size.

More decimals shown on scales, including numbers greater than one.

Complete the numbers shown on the scales.

Ordering decimals from smallest to largest.

Ordering larger numbers including decimals.

Writing decimals in order from smallest to greatest.

Finding the smallest number in a set of decimals.

Ordering decimals using a place value chart.

Using the < > to compare decimals less than one whole one.

Using the < > to compare decimals more than one whole one.

More comparing of decimals.

Comparing decimals up to 2 decimal places.

Harder comparisons of decimals using < > and =.

Order decimals in ascending and descending order, including mixed units of cm and metres.

Use digit cards to make the largest and smallest numbers including decimals.

Finding the value of digits and missing numbers.

## Recognising tenths and hundredths

Recognising and writing decimal equivalents of tenths and hundredths. Ordering decimals.

Writing tenths with the help of place value charts.

Further work on understanding and writing tenths.

Writing tenths as decimals, fractions and in words.

Find the correct decimal that is displayed in each grid.

Write down the decimals that each set represents.

Counting on or back in tenths and hundredths.

Finding the number of hundredths in numbers up to 2 decimal places.

Making a whole one using part whole model with tenths

Making a whole one using part whole model with hundredths

## Rounding decimals

Rounding decimals to the nearest whole one and the nearest tenth.

Round tenths to the nearest whole one.

Rounding Decimals to the Nearest Whole One.

Round decimals to the nearest tenth.

## Decimals and fractions

Understanding the relationship between decimals and fractions.

Writing tenths as decimals.

practice converting tenths to their decimal equivalent.

Using images to help convert hundredths to ones and tenths.

More on hundredths written as decimals and fractions.

More on hundredths, including converting improper fractions to decimals.

Converting fractions shown in hundredths to decimals.

Converting hundredths to decimals.

Write decimal equivalents of tenths and hundredths

A look at the relationship between fractions and decimals.

Converting fractions to decimals, including dividing by ten with remainders written as fractions and then as a decimal.

Most primary school calculators cannot show fractions in the way they are usually written, but it is easy to change a fraction into a decimal fraction, as shown on these pages.

This set of worksheets is all about converting decimal fractions into fractions. Easy, if you understand tenths and hundredths.

## Understanding fractions

Developing an understanding of the equivalence of fractions and how this can be used to order fractions.

More on equivalent fractions, with examples showing that 4 fifths is equivalent to 8 tenths etc.

More on equivalent fractions including quarters, thirds, fifths and tenths.

Use the digit cards as many times as you can to show equivalent fractions.

Find fractions equivalent to a half and a quarter.

Recognising fifths of shapes.

Working with equivalent fractions.

Completing fraction sequences.

More fraction sequences.

Complete the fraction sequences.

Finding fractions of pizzas.

Understanding improper fractions and mixed numbers.

Complete fraction sequences, simplifying fractions where possible.

## Adding and subtracting fractions

Beginning to add and subtract fractions.

Making fractions add up to one whole one, including some tricky ones where the bottom numbers of the fractions are different!

Using bar models to add fractions.

Using bar models to show subtraction of fractions.

Adding fractions with the same denominator.

Adding fractions with the same denominator which total more than one.

Subtracting simple fractions.

Subtracting from one whole one.

## More on fractions

More on fractions.

Finding fractions of numbers.

A little more on fractions and finding quarters, fifths, ninths etc.

Complete the shapes by colouring more squares.

Finding fractions of bars of chocolate.

Fractions problems all connected to food.

Dividing tenths by ten.

Dividing by 100, with decimal and fraction answers.

A quick look at the Programme of Study for fractions in Year 4.

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## Year 4: Decimals and fractions

Pupils should be taught throughout that decimals and fractions are different ways of expressing numbers.

Pupils’ understanding of the number system and decimal place value is extended at this stage to tenths and then hundredths. This includes relating the decimal notation to division of whole numbers by 10 and later 100.

Pupils should learn decimal notation and the language associated with it, including in the context of measurements. They make comparisons and order decimal amounts and quantities that are expressed to the same number of decimal places. They should be able to represent numbers with one or two decimal places in multiple ways, such as on number lines.

New Maths Curriculum (2014): Year 4 objectives.

## Recognise and write decimal equivalents of any number of tenths or hundredths

Recognise and write decimal equivalents to 1/4; 1/2; 3/4, find the effect of dividing a one- or two-digit number by 10 and 100, identifying the value of the digits in the answer as units, tenths and hundredths, round decimals with one decimal place to the nearest whole number, compare numbers with the same number of decimal places up to two decimal places, solve simple measure and money problems involving fractions and decimals to two decimal places.

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## Fraction of Numbers Do Now Tasks

## Fraction Addition Do Now Tasks

## Fraction Subtraction Do Now Tasks

## Fraction Addition and Subtraction Do Now Tasks

Differentiated questions sets.

## Fraction of a Number Question Set

## Adding Fractions Question Set

## Adding Mixed Numbers Question Set

## Decimal Subtraction Question Set

## Decimal Addition Question Set

Fractions of a number.

## Strips – Fractions of a Number

## Find Fractions of a Number

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Finding and shading fractions.

## Shade Fraction of a Shape

Adding fractions.

## Strips – Add Fractions with the same Denominator

## Fading Scaffolding Strips- Add Fractions With The Same Denominator

## Fading Scaffolding Strips- Add 3 Fractions With The Same Denominator

## Add Fractions Same Denominator

Subtracting fractions.

## Strips – Subtract Fractions with the same Denominator

## Strips- Subtract Tenths

Adding and subtracting fractions.

## Strips – Add and Subtract Fractions with the Same Denominator

## Adding and Subtracting Fractions Greater Than 1 Part-Whole Model

Comparing fractions, adding mixed numbers.

## Add Mixed Numbers Same Denominator

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Mixed numbers.

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## Convert Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions

## Partition Mixed Numbers

Fraction reasoning.

## Add Two Fractions Reasoning

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Fraction challenges and word problems.

## Add Fractions Challenge- Greater Than 1

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## Decimal Place Value – Faded Scaffolding

Adding decimals.

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## Subtracting Decimals with the same DP

Add and subtract decimals.

## Strips- Add and Subtract Tenths

Rounding decimals.

## Rounding Numbers with 1 dp to Nearest Whole

## Rounding Numbers with 1 dp to Nearest Whole- Faded Scaffolding

Dividing decimals.

## Fading Scaffolding Strips- Divide 1- or 2- Digit Numbers by 10

## Fading Scaffolding Strips- Divide 1- or 2- Digit Numbers by 10 or 100

## Fading Scaffolding Strips- Divide 1- or 2- Digit Numbers by 100

Decimal reasoning.

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Teach your Year 4 children how to solve problems involving fractions of amounts with this fractions and decimals lesson pack. Children practise identifying equivalent fractions and finding answers to fractions of quantities. This is the second of a set of two lessons on solving problems involving fractions. It includes a lesson plan, presentation and differentiated worksheets. This pack aligns ...

Reasoning and Problem Solving Write Decimals Reasoning and Problem Solving Write Decimals Developing 1a. A and D are true. B and C are false because the number as 6 ones and 1 tenth. 2a. 3.1 and 1.3 3a. Lena is correct. Kyle has partitioned the number into 1 tenth and 2 tenths. Expected 4a. B and C are true. A is false because the number has ...

Year 4: Decimals and fractions. Pupils should be taught throughout that decimals and fractions are different ways of expressing numbers. Pupils' understanding of the number system and decimal place value is extended at this stage to tenths and then hundredths. This includes relating the decimal notation to division of whole numbers by 10 and ...

Exploring Fractions. Introduction. At NRICH, our aim is to offer rich tasks which develop deep understanding of mathematical concepts. Of course, by their very nature, rich tasks will also provide opportunities for children to work like a mathematician and so help them develop their problem-solving skills alongside this conceptual understanding.

This worksheet contains 10 fractions and decimals questions of ascending difficulty plus one challenge question. An answer sheet is included. This worksheet covers the following: Order unit fractions. Finding fractions of an amount. Writing decimals as fractions (with a denominator of 10 or 100) Year 4. Fractions, Decimals.

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Teach fractions and decimals using our lesson packs. As they begin year 4, kids should develop their understanding of fractions and decimals, learning key skills such as equivalent fractions, adding and subtracting fractions and more. To support your teaching in this area, our talented design team have created these fantastic lesson packs and ...

Mathematics Year 4: (4F10b) Solve simple measure and money problems involving fractions and decimals to two decimal places Differentiation: Questions 1, 4 and 7 (Problem Solving) Developing Work through the maze by comparing decimals to identify the largest or smallest number. Tenths and hundredths; zero is not used as a placeholder. Expected ...

Year 4 Diving into Mastery: Step 5 Divide a 1-Digit Number by 10 Teaching Pack. 5.0 (1 Review) Year 4 Diving into Mastery: Step 13 Subtract Two Fractions Teaching Pack. 5.0 (5 Reviews) Year 4 Diving into Mastery: Step 8 Halves and Quarters as Decimals Teaching Pack. Year 4 Diving into Mastery: Step 1 Tenths as Fractions Teaching Pack.

Reasoning and Problem Solving Step 2: Tenths as Decimals National Curriculum Objectives: Mathematics Year 4: (4F6b) Recognise and write decimal equivalents of any number of tenths or hundredths Differentiation: Questions 1, 4 and 7 (Reasoning) Developing Explain if an answer is correct where a decimal is represented on a hundred square.

A collection of short problems on fractions, decimals and percentages. A collection of short problems on fractions, decimals and percentages. ... Weekly Problem 4 - 2017 ... Last year, on the television programme Antiques Roadshow... work out the approximate profit.

More Year 3 and 4 Fractions and Decimals resources. 1a. This decimal is correct because it shows sixty eight hundredths. This decimal is incorrect because it only shows eight hundredths. 1b. This decimal is correct because it shows twenty- four hundredths. This decimal is incorrect because the hundredths digit is 2. 2a.

Australian Curriculum Mathematics V9: AC9M4N03. Numeracy Progression: Interpreting fractions: P5. At this level, students continue working with the big idea of fraction equivalence and demonstrate their ability to express a part of a whole as being the same as other parts of a whole (e.g. 1 2 = 4 8). Allow students to make and explore their own fraction families with a range of tasks using ...

This detailed and comprehensive diving into mastery teaching pack aligns perfectly with Version 3.0 of the White Rose Maths scheme of learning for year 4 Spring Block 4 Step 2: Tenths as Decimals. This pack contains a variety of fluency, reasoning and problem-solving questions, giving all children the opportunity to develop their skills in writing tenths as decimals. Included in the pack is an ...

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