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# Comparing and Ordering Decimals to the Thousandths Google Slides

Do your students think 0.750 is larger than 0.75? Help your students master comparing and ordering decimals by using visual supports.

## Description

Are you looking for an engaging way to compare and order decimals? This interactive worksheet alternative includes 16 slides with a variety of decimal place value activities. These comparing and ordering decimals Google Slides include preformatted text boxes and moveable pieces making them easy for your students to use. Google Slides activities are perfect for guided practice, independent practice, and math centers.

Scaffold struggling learners

Do your students think 0.750 is larger than 0.75? Help your students visually compare place values by stacking decimals vertically. The first 5 slides have students compare decimals vertically to provide extra support.

Included place value skills:

• Compare 2 decimals stacked vertically
• Compare decimals written horizontally
• Make the inequality true by writing an appropriate decimal
• Order 4 decimals with similar digits
• Ordering decimals word problems

What’s Included:

• 16 slides of activities
• answer keys
• directions for shortening this assignment
• directions for using these activities on other platforms

This resource was created to support the following 5th-grade place value TEKS:

5.2B – compare and order two decimals to thousandths and represent comparisons using the symbols >, <, or =

What teachers are saying…

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I love how simple yet effective this resource was! I used this during summer school, so I did edit to cut down some of the pages. Overall effective, simple directions that my students actually paid attention to complete.” – Jessica M.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  “This resource worked perfectly for what I needed it for. I used this resource as a canvas assignment for my students to complete to review decimal place value. It was very easy to use and has the cutest design. Great resource!” – Morgan G.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  “My students really enjoyed this activity. I posted for an asynchronous activity so they could practice the skills. The students loved how easy it was to use! I’ll be looking to purchase more resources like this. 🙂 Thank you!” – Melissa M.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “A well-thought out and prepared resource that helped when provided materials weren’t adequate for my students.” – Flexing 4th

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Tip – Students will need to work in “edit” mode to use the movable pieces.

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