## Reflection: Coherence Examining Decimal Patterns - Section 2: Teacher Demonstration

Having the students construct a Fraction Board was a last minute decision. However, I think it brought coherence to this lesson. I wanted students to see that fractions could be used to create a number grid as well. Here's an example of how students began to see a deeper connection between fractions and decimals: Seeing Connections

Coherence: Bringing Coherence

# Examining Decimal Patterns

Unit 9: Decimals
Lesson 3 of 5

## Big Idea: Using a decimal grid, students will identify, compare, and analyze decimal patterns.

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Math, Decimals, Fractions, pattern, decimals grid, decimal notation, decimal conversions
100 minutes

### Kara Nelson

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