Day three of decimals!
Today you will be looking at how to represent ones and tenths using a place value grid and counters. If you want to make your own version, draw the grid on a piece of paper (or in the back of your maths book) and use the place value counters or even small household objects to arrange on it. If you find a small household object to use - frozen peas perhaps?! - that might make us all smile, upload a picture to the blog!
Don't forget that numbers can be partitioned and represented in different ways on the place value grid. The lady on the tutorial video shows you that towards the end.