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Fourth Grade Decimal Games


Fourth graders are ready for complicated theories, and the practice of mathematics should be tailored to take advantage of their greater understanding at this stage of their development. While decimals were introduced in third grade, along with the concepts of place values for tenths, hundredths, thousandths and beyond, students now need to grasp such advanced notions as rounding decimals, decimal comparison, fractions and start to make the connection between procedural math and real-world math. Students can draw these type of comparisons when you introduce ideas with receipts and interaction with money in real life, or through interactive teaching tools such as 4th grade decimal games. Estimation can be a powerful tool to help children understand how decimals and fractions relate to each other-simply breaking a cookie in half and then in half again and showing students how each piece relates to the whole can be a great visual to support their understanding.

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Helping students learn the mathematical underpinnings of the practical application can make a huge difference when you start to build upon the basic knowledge of operations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Even ideas as simple as how to round decimals using a calculator are more engaging when you use decimals games to introduce them to your students. TurtleDiary.com offers several interactive options for decimal games for 4th grade, including Decimal Detective, a challenging game designed to help children identify a decimal number based on a given number of hints. What young scholars will not realize is that while they are having fun, they are also growing their knowledge of reasoning and critical thinking skills, as well as learning more about decimals. Other fun decimal games for fourth grade incorporate skills such as decimal rounding, memory and matching, all guaranteed to keep your student interested in learning.