Looking for a fun comparing decimal activity for your homeschool? This FREE cut and paste printable is a fun hands-on practice activity to compare decimals at home.
Kids already have the background knowledge of comparing quantities. Even from a small child, you will find them being able to tell which pile of blocks is larger or if someone gets more cookies them. The concept is in them to decipher what is more or less.
However, when kids start learning decimals things can get tricky for them. How can double digits me less than a single number? For instance, .25 is less than 2. It is hard for kids to comprehend that without some visual practice and lots of it.
This cut and paste activity will be just what you need to help your kiddos practice.
This award-winning math curriculum will give you great instruction on comparing decimals for your homeschool:
Grab this FREE compare decimals cut & paste sort from Math Geek Mama.
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