LO: I can convert decimals to fractions.
We covered this in class just before school finished so it should be fresh in your minds. There is a PowerPoint to look over first. Remember a fraction is 'part of a whole number'. You will need to divide the numerator (number on top) by the denominator (number on the bottom) to find its decimal equivalent.
Parents, you may want to download or draw the place value chart I've added below as this is how we have taught it in school.
Children, remember the digits move to the right along the place value chart as we divide. So if we divide by 10 they move one place to the right, if we divide by 100 they move 2 places to the right and so on.
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