top of page  # Decimal Notation For Fractions With Denominators 10 Or 100 4.NF.C.6 | IEP Goal

Decimal notation is a way of representing fractions using decimal point placement. For example, the fraction ? can be represented as 0.75 in decimal notation. This can be a helpful tool for teachers when writing IEP goals for students with special needs, as it provides a more specific and measurable target. When writing an IEP goal for decimal notation, it is important to be clear and concise. The goal should specify the type of decimal notation to be used (e.g., 0.75 or 75%), as well as the context in which it will be used (e.g., when adding or subtracting fractions). In addition, the goal should focus on improving number fluency skills, such as automaticity and flexibility. By including these elements, teachers can create an IEP goal that is both achievable and meaningful for their students. Learning Standard

4.NF.C.6

Use decimal notation for fractions with denominators 10 or 100. For example, rewrite 0.62 as 62/100; describe a length as 0.62 meters; locate 0.62 on a number line diagram. Target IEP Goal

By (date), when given problems with fractions, the student will use decimal notation for fractions with denominators 10 or 100, improving number and operations with fractions skills from 0/10 work samples out of ten consecutive trials to 8/10 work samples in ten consecutive trials.  IEP Goal Objectives

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###### Convert fractions and mixed numbers to decimals - denominators of 10 and 100

By (date), when given problems with decimals, the student will convert fractions and mixed numbers to decimals - denominators of 10 and 100, improving number and operations?fractions skills from 0/10 problems out of ten consecutive trials to 8/10 problems in ten consecutive trials.

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###### Graph fractions as decimals on number lines

By (date), when given problems with decimals, the student will graph fractions as decimals on number lines, improving number and operations?fractions skills from 0/10 problems out of ten consecutive trials to 8/10 problems in ten consecutive trials.

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###### Model decimals and fractions

By (date), when given problems with decimals, the student will model decimals and fractions, improving number and operations?fractions skills from 0/10 problems out of ten consecutive trials to 8/10 problems in ten consecutive trials.

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###### Convert decimals to fractions and mixed numbers

By (date), when given problems with decimals, the student will convert decimals to fractions and mixed numbers, improving number and operations?fractions skills from 0/10 problems out of ten consecutive trials to 8/10 problems in ten consecutive trials.

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