Math - Fractions

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Link doesn't work, but you can get the idea from the picture. Teaching fractions with play-doh! This helps students visualize fraction games that will help them understand fractions conceptually.

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Third Grade / Special Education Math Anchor Chart: Intro to Fractions, Circle Model, Bar Model, Definition, Fraction Names

Practice comparing fractions using benchmark fractions with this fun fraction sort game. Students are given a total of 96 fractions to sort into different categories. This fraction game is great for third grade, fourth grade, and fifth grade.This game is created to play independently or in groups.Si...

This exciting equivalent fractions game is a twist on the classic "Spoons" game. Learn how to play and get your FREE equivalent fractions cards to use in your classroom!

Practice comparing fractions using benchmark fractions with this fun fraction sort game. Students are given a total of 96 fractions to sort into different categories. This fraction game is great for third grade, fourth grade, and fifth grade.This game is created to play independently or in groups.Si...

Practice comparing fractions using benchmark fractions with this fun fraction sort game. Students are given a total of 96 fractions to sort into different categories. This fraction game is great for third grade, fourth grade, and fifth grade.This game is created to play independently or in groups.Si...

Using fraction number lines to build fraction understanding and develop math talk and reasoning skills is one of the best math teaching strategies!

I find it to be very interesting that many people, adults and kids alike, are scared of fractions. Each year of teaching, I encounter students who are in one of two camps: they are overwhelmed by how abstract fractions are, or they enjoy fractions because of how concrete they are! Wow! What a …