I put together this simple Ms-Powerpoint presentation to explain Roman Numbers to year/grade 3/4 kids. My daughter loves it and is now empowered to compute any Roman number to its decimal value or vice versa. There is no need to memorise charts of Roman numbers. Simply make kids understand the logic (or bottomline - as I tell it to my daughter!) and it will all be easy. I think this is quite enough for the level that grade 3/4 kids need to know. They can do more thorough research on Roman numerals, as they grow up of course!

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  • Roman Numerals.pptx

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Created: Feb 17, 2013

Updated: Jul 22, 2014

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  • 3

    Nice powerpoint, except V is never repeated so in slide number 6, would it not be CXV is 115, not CVVV?

  • 4
    user avatarmigsy12 years agoreport

    Fun and easy to understand.
    Thanks.

  • 5Recommended

    Thank you for sharing your resource. This resource has been recommended by the TES Resource Team for its relevance to the 2014 National Curriculum.

  • 4

    Great! Will be using this with my maths class! Thanks :)

  • 4

    This is fun and clear. Thanks!