Visualizing Decimals Worksheets
How to Visualize Decimals  Math can be super boring, but there are many ways to make it super fun and super informative. And one of the easiest ways is to visualize the questions. Like every other subject, bringing questions to life is the goal of every hardworking teacher to make the questions easy for the students. But the issue at hand is how you can visualize decimals, let us help you with a few examples! Math is difficult itself, and the concept of decimals is quite tough. Especially for children who are fairly new to the concept, it gets tough and boring altogether. But there are different ways to help your students learn the concept, and you can even use drawings! The first and ideal way to visualize decimals is through number lines. They are easy and work well. Another way of understanding the concept of decimals is through using a bunch of boxes. Let's say you want to see how many cents there are in $1.5, so you can make two sets of 100 boxes. One of the two sets can be colored completely, while from the second set, you can color 50. There are lots of other pictures and drawings that can help the students to understand the concept of decimals better!

Basic Lesson
Demonstrates how to use a number line to understand the concept of decimals. The number line usually shows whole numbers, but we can divide the spaces between the whole numbers into tenths and we can divide those spaces into even smaller parts called hundredths.
View worksheet 
Intermediate Lesson
Works students stepbystep through decimals and fractions in the hundredths range. Another way to look at hundredths is to divide a whole into a hundred parts.
View worksheet 
Independent Practice 1
Asks students to evaluate decimals visually. The answers can be found below. Write the number the picture shows as a) a fraction and b) a decimal.
View worksheet
Conversation Between Decimals
What did the first decimal say to the second decimal? "Did
you get the point?" And here's another: Where is the best place for mathematicians
to go shopping?
They go to the decimall.