Decimal Places One decimal place to the left of the decimal point is the ones place. One decimal place to the right of the decimal place is the tenths place. Keep your eye on the 9 to see where the decimal places fall. Adding and Subtracting Decimals To add or subtract decimals, line up the decimal points and use zeros to fill in the blanks: Fact Monster/Information Please® Database, © 2008 Pearson Education, Inc. More on Decimal Places from Fact Monster: decimal system - decimal system decimal system [Lat.

Page Template “What’s in my backpack?” You ask, “What’s in my backpack?” When I come home each day. I wonder what you hope is there. I tell you about my busy day, How the teacher watches over me. We sing, we laugh, we share, we learn- That’s the way it’s supposed to be. You ask, “What’s in my backpack?” I see the disappointment As you look down at me. School is much more than “things” That you can see and touch. It’s all of my life lessons, And that means so very much. For if you really want to know What I do each day, It won’t be on a paper; You’ll know by what I say. When you open the zipper wide. Ask me about my hands and ears, My nose and my eyes. Each day we do so many things, So many books to read. Sure is nice my teacher knows Exactly what we need. That backpack on my back today Carries back and forth my stuff. If you want to know what I learned, Listening to me will be enough. My teacher wants to plant a seed, Get my “love of learning” to sprout. - Donna Whyte

Math Resources (Page 1 of 5): Elementary and Middle Levels: Basic Mathematics and Skills Development This collection of Math Resources has multiple pages designed for teaching within specific grade bands. You'll also find valuable collections of support and enrichment resources that will benefit all learners. Math Resources (Page 1): On Games and Simulations for K-12: A commentary Elementary and Middle Levels: Basic Mathematics and Skills Development: Commentary on developing proficiency and elementary and middle level resources iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and other Math App Resources: Resources for integrating mobile devices into teaching and learning and math apps for elementary and middle school learners Math Resources (Page 2): Middle, Secondary, Post-Secondary Subject Specific Resources, including apps for mobile devices: Algebra and Pre-Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, Probability, Trigonometry, Precalculus and Calculus Math Resources (Page 5): Lesson Plans and Worksheets, Design and Manage Your Own Lesson Plans, and Publishers' Textbook Support Sites Math Resources (Page 1) Dr. Game on!

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