Decimals to Fractions Simple
This packet helps students practice converting decimals into fractions, focusing on common decimals that many students (and adults) have memorized (including .5 = 1/2, .25=1/4, and .333=1/3) and those that are easy to convert just by saying the proper name of the decimal (e.g., .8=8/10).
Simple: .25 = ____________
Advanced: .625 = __________
Although these problems focus on decimals and fractions that people often memorize, the first time students do the problems, they will probably have to do some reducing. For example, .625 = 625/1000 = 25/40 = 5/8. The packet contains enough practice that, by the end of the packet, most students will probably remember that .625 = 5/8.