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2007-08 Crew Guide - UCSDTritons.com—Official Web Site ...

2007-08 Crew Guide - UCSDTritons.com—Official Web Site ...

2007-08 CREW 2 Pattie Pinkerton begins her ninth season as head coach of the ... That Triton squad also won the prestigious Berg Cup for the ... Harvard-Yale Regatta.

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Mod27 ordering decimal numbers - eWorkshop

Mod27 ordering decimal numbers - eWorkshop

Ordering Decimal Numbers Decimal Number Clothes Line (Grades 5 and 6) Materials • decimal number cards (attached) • string or cord • clothes pins Activity Extend a string or a cord by attaching both ends to the board or to a wall. Use clothes pins to attach cards showing 3.0 and 4.0 at opposite ends of the string.

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Integer Card Game

Integer Card Game

cards (or print them on Business Card stock and separate them). Draw a large horizontal or vertical number line (on foolscap, bristol board, chalk board, white board etc.) from-25 to 25 scaled by 5's. Where am I? Option 1: Shuffle the cards and deal yourself 8 random cards from the deck. Place the integer cards on the number line to demonstrate ...

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Fraction Cards - otffeo.on.ca

Fraction Cards - otffeo.on.ca

if no cards are face up a player turns 2 up, if some are face up, they turn one up). You can make it harder by playing like real memory and turning over cards 2 at a time and if they don’t match, you turn them back. 3. Fraction Fish. Shu e the whole deck and players are dealt 5 cards each. Identical (or equivalent, you can play either

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Simplify It! A Fraction Card Game Power Play

Simplify It! A Fraction Card Game Power Play

One deck of cards What You Do: 1. Remove one suit, ace through jack only, from the deck. Lay out the cards, face up, in order, in a row (ace on one end, jack on the other). 2. Players take turns removing 1-2 cards each time. Cards must be removed from least to greatest, in order.

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Decimal Cards - nzmaths.co.nz

Decimal Cards - nzmaths.co.nz

A deck of cards with the face cards and jokers removed (aces count as 1s and 10s count as 0s). What to do: Choose a target decimal number (eg 4.825). Deal each player 6 cards (two more cards than the number of digits in the target number). Each player has to construct a number as close as possible to the target number. For example if

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Decimal Place Value With Playing Cards!

Decimal Place Value With Playing Cards!

Decimal Place Value With Playing Cards! Materials needed: 1. Score sheet - 1 per player 2. Deck of regular playing cards (remove all Jacks, Queens, Kings, and Jokers) 3. Pencil for each player Playing the game: Number of players: 2-4 1. Shuf?e the deck of cards. Be sure that all face cards and Jokers have been removed. Place the deck of cards

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Decimal Cards - nzmaths.co.nz

Decimal Cards - nzmaths.co.nz

A deck of cards with the face cards and jokers removed (aces count as 1s and 10s count as 0s). What to do: Choose a target decimal number (eg 4.825). Deal each player 6 cards (two more cards than the number of digits in the target number). Each player has to construct a number as close as possible to the target number. For example if

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Fraction Cards and Decimal Squares Decimal Compare

Fraction Cards and Decimal Squares Decimal Compare

Fraction Cards and Decimal Squares SessionsSessions 3.3.22,3., 3.55 Unit 6 Unit 6 Decimal Compare You need deck of Decimal Cards (2 decks can be combined nths 0.45 forty five hundredths 5 five nths 5 ths if 3– 4 people play.) Play with 2 or more players. 1 Divide the deck into equal piles, one for each player. Players place their cards facedown.

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0.5 50% 0.333 33.3% 0.6 60%

0.5 50% 0.333 33.3% 0.6 60%

cards (do not remove the decimal cards). Practice matching decimal numbers with their percentage by removing any fraction and image cards. Use either the basic or challenge deck to play Fraction, Decimal, and Percent War. Hope you enjoy the Fraction, Decimal and Percent deck! Please share any new ideas that you may have at [email protected]

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