This 1 whole bar has been divided into 10 equal pieces.
Each piece is called a tenth.
There are 10 tenths in 1 whole.
1 piece is called 1 tenth because it is 1 piece out of 10.
2 pieces of chocolate would be 2 out of 10 or 2 tenths.
Complete these missing numbers.
Look at the pattern to help you complete them
When completing the guided practice task, you are looking at the coloured squares to work out the answer.
Remember you are counting in tenths, use the let’s learn information to help you.
Please complete the guided practice and let’s learn task on SeeSaw.
If you need help please email your teacher.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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