Lessons included: Recognise and write decimal equivalents of tenths, hundredths and thousandths; Write a decimal number as a mixed number; Write a mixed number as a decimal number; When zeros act as place holders and when they can be ignored; Count up in thousandths; Count back in thousandths; Find thousandths on a number line; Compare numbers with up to three decimal places; Order decimals with 2 or 3 decimal places; Add decimals to make 1 whole; Add numbers with 3 decimal places; Subtract numbers with 3 decimal places
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I've got to agree with the kid who commented - the videos are uninspiring. That said, some of the visuals on the powerpoint are useful and I have been able to adapt them into my lesson.
So I found this video a bit boring. <br /> If you want more views make your videos more fun please. It isn’t that hard. If you do more children will want to watch your videos. I am a student so I will know. You can trust me with that. Like come on, make a video of like a song explaining it like they do on youtube. <br /> Toodles<br /> -Ruby Jones
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