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- 4laura.reeshughes4 years agoReport
This is a very useful resource which ask students to convert fractions into decimals, there are four possible answers which the students have to select from. In total there are ten questions and the correct answer is animated to turn green. This would make a great starter or plenary to use with mini whiteboards, a great AFL activity, thank you for sharing.

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