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Decimal Place Value Anchor Chart - I used this idea and edited it slightly by having the students use grid paper to create squares 10cm by 10cm. We subdivided them to drive home that the more you "cut" a shape the smaller the pieces are, something that is more abstract for students to grasp.
CCSS 5.NBT.3a and 5.NBT.3b This is a great tool to teach decimal place value names, reading and writing decimals, comparing numbers and expanded form vs standard. Tenths, hundredths, and thousandths are printed on separate sheets so you can copy them onto different colors and then cut the cards apart. You can create as many sets as you need. -Simone's Math Resources