Lets continue our learning on understanding decimals and how to write them.
What decimal is being shown by the blocks?
Well done if you found that there is 1/10, 2/100 and 1/1000.
As a decimal, we write this as 0.121. There are no whole numbers so we place a zero before the decimal point.
Look at these examples. Count the blocks. Use place value to write the decimal number.
Have you noticed the example shows you the answer as a fraction too?
Look really carefully at the diagram above with the blocks and how this is written in numbers and words.
Now have a go at the guided practice section below. You will need to do the same. Count the blocks and write these as numbers and words.
Now complete worksheet 3 below which will be sent to you on Seesaw.