Math - Fractions
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Use a line plot to explore distribution and variation of football players’ heights in this interactive from MPT. In the accompanying classroom activity, students use the interactive and then gather numeric data from classmates on topics such as height and number of pets. Each pair uses one of these data sets to create and analyze a line plot. Students conclude by considering ways that line plots facilitate summarizing and analyzing data sets. To get the most from the lesson, students should be
Convert fractions, decimals, and percents in this engaging math relay game. The students join forces with a partner to solve problems correctly in the allotted time. Students are working together, moving around, and enjoying math. $ gr 5-7 #fractiondecimalpercent #mathrelay #mathgame
Roll and Color a Fraction- A favorite from the March NO PREP Packet for FIRST GRADE!
"I LOVE these mystery pictures for reinforcing concepts!" These 5th Grade Fractions Mystery Pictures are perfect for practicing key 5th grade Common Core fractions standards. This set includes 8 different pictures and over 190 task cards covering simplifying proper fractions and mixed numbers, adding and subtracting proper fractions with unlike denominators, adding mixed numbers, subtracting mixed numbers, multiplying fractions, and dividing fractions!
Math Skill: Fractions. What I like the most about this site is that the pennants are able to be cut out and colored. I like that they can be hung up around the room for students to look at if maybe they're feeling stuck.
FREEBIE: This set of 24 task cards covers Converting Fractions and Decimals and is also part of a 30 set entire year bundle for 4th graders! Great focused practice for your students. (TpT resource)