Roll and Color a Fraction- A favorite from the March NO PREP Packet for FIRST GRADE!

Roll and Color a Fraction--- cool but part of a large, expensive bundle. A favorite from the March NO PREP Packet for FIRST GRADE!

Comparing Fractions

Fractions Interactive Math Journal

Are you looking for an easy way to teach your students how to compare fractions? This has been a great addition to our interactive math journal.

Several ideas for the conceptually teaching of fractions with hands-on activities.

Hands-on Fractions

Several ideas for the conceptually teaching of fractions with hands-on activities. These resources will be great for hands-on learners. Also, the teacher could create games out of these dominos, number lines, and other objects.

5 Hands-On Activities for Teaching Fractions that your Students will LOVE!

5 Activities for Teaching Fractions

FREE! Fraction Anchor Chart Freebie and Hands-on Fractions - Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

DONE FREE! Fraction Anchor Chart Freebie and Hands-on Fractions - Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

A great strategy for teaching students to add and subtract fractions in a way they will really "get"!

Adding/Subtracting Fractions - Teaching teachers to teach fractions using other strategies than shortcuts. Understand addition and subtraction of fractions as joining and separating parts referring to the same whole.

Teaching fractions with play-doh!  This help students visualize fraction games that will help them understand fractions conceptually.

Make play dough using different size cups and then play fractions. Teaching fractions with play-doh! This help students visualize fraction games that will help them understand fractions conceptually.

Activities for Teaching Fractions with Legos. Way to work in some fine motor practice!

Activities for Teaching Fractions with Legos

Lego bricks to look at fractions from a variety of angles. It’s really easy to build fractions with Legos. We built and by making towers …

Lego Fraction Games for Kids - this is such a fun, hands on way for kids from Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade to learn about fraction in math.

Lego Fraction game: Love this example for students who are into Legos. This is a great way for students to learn commonly used fractions in an exciting way. It supports the NCTM standard of representing commonly used fractions.

5 Hands-On Activities for Teaching Fractions that your Students will LOVE!  Make mixed number from improper fraction

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5 Hands-On Activities for Teaching Fractions that your Students will LOVE! Make mixed number from improper fractions

Fraction Butterfly Anchor Chart - cross multiply to find equivalent fractions to compare fractions or add & subtract fractions with different denominators. A visual reminder of the strategy for adding & subtracting fractions found in the CCSS 5.NF.A.1 (a/b + c/d = (ad + bc)/bd). See http://www.corestandards.org/Math/Content/5/NF/A/1/. This is not intended to be taught on its own, but can serve as a reminder after the concepts that explain why this works have been taught.

Fraction Butterfly Mini Anchor Chart FREEBIE - cross multiply to compare fractions, find equivalent fractions with a common denominator, and add & subtract fractions with different denominators. I wonder is this common core math ?

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