# Convert Decimals to Fractions

In this worksheet, students will practise changing decimal numbers to their fraction equivalents.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Number: Fractions

Curriculum subtopic:   Count in Tenths

Difficulty level:

#### Worksheet Overview

In this activity, we will be learning how to convert between decimals and fractions.

Here are some number cards.

Ethan makes a number with two decimal places using these cards.

Here is his number in a place value chart.

We can see it has two ones, four tenths and nine hundredths.

We can also say it has 49 hundredths.

We can write Ethan's number as a mixed number, like this.

Example

Write 1.53 as a mixed number.

Let's look carefully at 1.53.

There is 1 one.

There are 5 tenths.

There are 3 hundredths.

We can also say there are 53 hundredths.

We could write this as the mixed number 1 and 53/100

Now you are ready to try some of these for yourself!

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