# Fractions

Ideas, lesson plans, and units for teaching fractions in the elementary classroom

Fractions of a Set

### Second Grade Math Maniac: More Fraction Fun & Guided Math??

### Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Bulletin Boards & BFFs

Have your students practice fractions with these 4 fun activities and games! This Fraction Pack Includes: -Fraction Pizza Craftivity -Fraction Banana Split Craftivity -20 “I Have…Who Has…?” Cards -60 Fraction Matching Cards

### FRACTION PACK - TeachersPayTeachers.com

### Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Common Core Part Part Whole

### #made4math- Converting Fractions, Decimals and Percents Foldable

fractions lesson! Ask the kiddos if they want 1/2, 1/4, or 1/8 BEFORE slicing cookies. Slice them under the doc cam; allow kiddos to change their minds!

### F is for First Grade: Fractions are my favorite

### Fraction Simplification

### Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: Fractions

### The Teachers' Cauldron: Cupcake Fractions

### Adventures of First Grade: Fractions and Contractions

### The Teaching Thief: Art + Math = Fractional Me

### Super Sweet Second Grade: February 2012

### E is for Explore!

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

### Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons

research shows that to master fractions, students need multiple opportunities to practice with many varied representations of fractions. So a one time activity of cutting up a Hershey bar into smaller squares, although great fun, may not be enough to truly cement the understanding of how fractions work. By all means, cut up chocolate bars, pizzas, and pies. And add even more activities such as the ones featured here.

### Hands-on Fractions

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

### Filth Wizardry: Cardboard Pizza Making

Included in this mini-unit are teacher instructions, examples, and materials for 3 activities:*A short printable for students to practice shadi...

### Buck's Bulletin Board

Great fraction article and ideas - to really cement the concepts, not just brief introductions.

Love this! Used it after Winter Break to help the "Coming Back to School Blues" . A very cheery activity!