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Decimal Operations Activity | Monster Field Trip | Paper and Digital

Decimal Operations Activity | Monster Field Trip | Paper and Digital

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Practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of decimals to the hundredths place value with this exciting, no-prep, and highly engaging activity. It can be done as a whole class, small groups or as individuals and can be used for a lesson, assessment, math stations or as an activity to keep those busy bees working. Just print and go.

This out-of-this-world product includes:

  • a complete lesson plan for the teacher with suggestions to differentiate for your students
  • instructions for students.
  • student pages in both color and ink-saving versions for the printable version and a Google Slides version.
  • answer keys.
  • equation menus.
  • an additional set of word problems that connect to the original activity.
  • decimal points shown as a period (not a comma). The decimal is said as "and" when used in a number. For example: 4.65 four and sixty-five hundredths.
  • minimal prep for the teacher.
  • a fun scenario where your students plan a field trip for a group of monsters. Your students been hired by a travel company to plan a trip around the galaxy for a group of monsters. Students will decide on a destination, lodging, transportation, food and activities for the trip full of monsters! It all depends on whether or not they can determine if they have enough money.

Ninja Note: Your students should already be able to add, subtract, multiply and divide numbers with decimals. This activity practices these skills.

Actual quote from a student: "This is the first time I wasn't bored in math."

This product aligns with:

  • Alberta Program of Studies Math Grade 6

This product supports:

  • any lesson about multiplying, dividing, adding and subtracting decimals.

Ninja Note: To access the digital version, download the PDF and use the link in that file.

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