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This worksheet shows a grid divided into 4, 10, 20 and 100, to find the equivalent of half with quarters, tenths, twentieths and hundredths.
I used this in Year 4 as a precursor to looking at decimals, tenth and hundredths, as well as to correct some misconceptions with lower ability Year 6 children.
Credit to White Rose Maths and Closing the Gap who kindly made the original free resources these are based on under a Share-alike copyright licence.
Roberta Cresswell is a KS1 and 2 Primary Teacher, currently teaching Year 2. Find more of her resources on her TES page, indigo987, and follow her on Twitter at @MrsCresswell.
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