Basketball Game On How To Convert Decimals To Fractions
To convert decimals to fractions, several steps are involved. First of all, count the total number of places after the decimal point in order to determine the numerator; for example in 2.33, the number of places after the point are two. The numerator is usually a multiple of ten. In this current example, the numerator will be dividing by 1000. The total number of zeros reflect the total number of digits found in the number.
On the fun side, students play a basketball game while learning how to convert decimals to fractions. Each time a student gets a correct answer, they are asked to shoot a hoop and score points. At the end of the game, students will be displayed their final score. For more practice, head over to the worksheets section and find printable tests on the topic with an answer key attached.
Games to practice linear equations, inequalities, decimals, fractions, exponents, graphing linear equations, binomial theorem, pythagoras theorem, quadratic equations, algebraic expressions, factorisation, ratios, geometry, intergers, order operations, angles, simple equations, slope, arithmetic progression, LCM & HCF, coefficients & more
The games include among others : memory games, Walk the plank, Fling the Teacher, En Garde Duel, Basketball Game, Penalty Shoot and more - for first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade sixth grade and eigth grade - Algebra is fun.