# tareas faciles

## Related Boards

Prueba de Evaluación Inicial del área de Matemáticas para 2º Nivel de Educación Primaria elaborado por los centros de Primaria de Chipiona (Cádiz).

Seeing this for the first time I immediately loved the idea, it incorporates arts and crafts into math and learning about fractions. One plus about this was that students can see how fractions are broken down into smaller parts, like tree branches. This activity correspond well with 3.NF.3 Number & Operations- Fractions; Develop understanding of fractions as numbers.

### Main Lesson Book Inspiration (4th)

Fractions

### Color the Fraction – 4 Worksheets

Fraction of the Day

### Jennifer Findley

Fraction Puzzle

### Fraction Magic Square Puzzle FREEBIE

Foldables, Foldables everywhere!!!

### I've got a foldable for that!: comparing fractions

equivalent fractions flip book

### Equivalent Fractions |

Fraction Foldable

### Buzzing with Ms. B: Fraction Fanatic

3rd Grade Fraction Number Line Teamwork Challenge- Use common core understandings and clues to build "bridges." FREE!

### Fraction Number Line Challenge

Chances are, your students let out a nice big GROAN when you tell them it's time to take notes. Bring some color, fun and creativity to notes by using foldables and graphic organizers! This collection of 10 foldables and 5 graphic organizers will breathe some life back into notes on fraction operations and concepts. Each foldable includes directions and pictures, as well as a variety of options for you when it comes to how complete you want the foldables to be.

The 4th Grade May-niacs: Equivalent Fractions

### The 4th Grade May-niacs: Equivalent Fractions

### Converting Fractions Poster

Introduction to Fractions

### Introduction to Fractions For Elementary Students

Fractions Bingo Game

### FRACTION BINGO - TeachersPayTeachers.com

fractions

### Fast Fractions - Easy System

Fraction Foldable for math journals

### Buzzing with Ms. B: Math

Fraction Flip Book

### Buzzing with Ms. B: Dun Dun Dunnnn. Fractions. *Freebie!

Divisibility Rules