NSN6 Reading and Writing Decimals by jox66113

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        NUMBER SENSE & NUMERATION: READING AND WRITING DECIMALS

1. Complete the chart. The first line has been done for you.
                                                                                                                                 Remember!




                                                                                         thousandths
                                                                            hundredths
                              thousands

                                          hundreds




                                                                   tenths
                                                                                                       The word “and” represents the decimal point when writing decimals.

                                                            ones
                                                     tens
                                                                                                                          decimal in words
                                                                                                       two thousand five hundred four and eight hundred twelve
       a) 2504.812 2 5 0 2 8 1 2                                                                                            thousandths

       b)      157.21

       c)                      9 8 2 3 5 0 4

       d)                                                                                                      seven thousand thirty-nine and six tenths

       e)       0.054

        f)                     1 0 1 0 0 0 1

       g)                                                                                              four thousand thirteen and three hundred five thousandths

2. Play Naming Decimals. Go to mathfrog.ca for the link.
3. Write each of the following as a decimal. The first has been done for you.
     a) sixty-seven and five hundred seventy-seven thousandths                                                                             67.577
     b) nine hundred sixty-six thousandths
     c) eight and three hundred three thousandths
     d) seven and ninety-seven hundredths
     e) six hundred twenty-six and three tenths
     f) thirty-six thousandths
     g) sixty-three and sixty-four hundredths
     h) eight and ninety-six thousandths
     i) one thousand five hundred thirty-two
     j) two thousand six hundred seven and forty-four thousandths
     k) three hundred eighty-one and two hundred fourteen thousandths
     l) one thousand forty-five and twenty-four thousandths
     m) seven thousand seventeen and nine thousandths

                                                                             DID YOU KNOW?
                                     Crocodiles can’t stick out their tongues. In fact, their
                                      tongues are attached to the roofs of their mouths.
Expectation: i) read and print in words decimal numbers to thousandths. ii) add and subtract decimal numbers to hundredths. (Reivew)
4. Write each of the following in words. The first has been done for you.
     a)   0.982                                                  nine hundred eighty-two thousandths
     b)   3.8
     c)   8.46
     d)   4.754
     e)   0.076
     f)   1301.01
     g)   63.75
     h)   5.395
     i)   6879
     j)   80.041
     k)   907.805
     l)   3001.005
5. Monique, Miranda, Akiko and Sarah are members of a                                                Team
                                                                                                                                Time (in seconds)
                                                                                                    member
   relay race team. The chart shows their times. Samantha,                                        Monique       forty-one and thirty-nine hundredths
   Susan, Najla and Charlotte’s team had a total time of                                          Miranda       thirty-eight and twenty-six hundredths
   one hundred eighty and thirty-one hundredths seconds.                                          Akiko         forty-six and eight tenths
   a) What was the total time taken by Monique, Miranda,                                          Sarah         fifty and six hundredths
       Akiko and Sarah (in words)?




                             b) Whose team won and by how many seconds (in words)?




                                                             TRY THIS!
   Can you find the only six-digit decimal that matches all of these clues?
   1. The tens digit is odd.
   2. The hundreds digit is twice the tenths digit.
   3. The tens digit, the tenths digit and the thousandths digit are in descending order from left
      to right.
   4. The hundreds digit, the ones digit and the hundredths digits are in ascending order from
      left to right.
   5. The tens digit is divisible by the tenths digit and the thousandths digit.
   6. No digit is used more than once.
   Answer: ___ ___ ___ . ___ ___ ___
   Now print your answer in words: ______________________________________________
6. For more practice, go to http://www.aaamath.com/dec.htm#topic1.
Expectation: i) read and print in words decimal numbers to thousandths. ii) add and subtract decimal numbers to hundredths. (Reivew)

								
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