Fractions and decimals can drive a lot of us crazy. After learning “big” or “long numbers” are larger, suddenly fractions and decimals come along to flip these assumptions upside-down.   For dyslexic students, care must be taken at the first step of understanding the equivalences among the different representations of fractions and decimals before moving […]
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