My Favorite Way to Kick Off a Fractions Unit: Have fun introducing fractions with fraction play stations. Your students will enjoy this mode of kinesthetic learning while they work with the fraction vocabulary terms: "numerator" and "denominator".
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"Clear the Board" addition game, 2 players. I would use two different colored cubes (5 each player). Kids place their cubes on the sums they predict will come up the most and when dice is rolled if their sum is the answer they get to remove a cube above that #...first one to clear all their cubes wins. (math center)