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Examples, videos, and solutions to help Grade 4 students learn how to represent mixed numbers with units of tens, ones, and tenths with number disks, on the number line, and in expanded form.

Topic A: Exploration of Tenths

Common Core Standards: 4.NF.6, 4.NBT.1, 4.MD.1

NYS Common Core Grade 4 Module 6, Lesson 3

Download worksheets for Grade 4, Module 6, Lesson 3

Lesson 3 Concept Development

Problem 1: Make groups of 10 tenths to rename as ones. Write the number in decimal form.

Problem 2: Represent mixed numbers with units of tens, ones, and tenths in expanded form.

Problem 3: Use the number line to model mixed numbers with units of ones and tenths.



Lesson 3 Problem Set

1. Circle groups of tenths to make as many ones as possible.
a. How many tenths in all?
There are _________ tenths.
Write and draw the same number using ones and tenths.
Decimal Form: _________
How much more is needed to get to 3? _________
b. How many tenths in all?
There are _________ tenths.
Write and draw the same number using ones and tenths.
Decimal Form: _________
How much more is needed to get to 4? _________

2. Draw disks to represent each number using tens, ones, and tenths. Then, show the expanded form of the number in fraction form and decimal form as shown. The first one has been completed for you.
a. 4 tens 2 ones 6 tenths
b. 1 ten 7 ones 5 tenths
c. 2 tens 3 ones 2 tenths
d. 7 tens 4 ones 7 tenths

3. Complete the chart.


Lesson 3 Homework

1. Circle groups of tenths to make as many ones as possible.
a. How many tenths in all?
There are _________ tenths.
Write and draw the same number using ones and tenths.
Decimal Form: _________
How much more is needed to get to 2? _________
b. How many tenths in all?
There are _________ tenths.
Write and draw the same number using ones and tenths.
Decimal Form: _________
How much more is needed to get to 3? _________

2. Draw disks to represent each number using tens, ones, and tenths. Then, show the expanded form of the number in fraction form and decimal form as shown. The first one has been completed for you.
a. 3 tens 4 ones 3 tenths
b. 5 tens 3 ones 7 tenths
c. 3 tens 2 ones 3 tenths
d. 8 tens 4 ones 8 tenths

3. Complete the chart.

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