# Fractions/Decimals

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Review Ordering and Operations with Decimals by Dilly Dabbles!

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

Today we're corralling chicks (balloons) based on their equivalent fractions! (students used fly swatters to move the balloons to desks that were labeled with equivalent fractions 😃)

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

Are your 4th and 5th grade students struggling with number sense? Watch how to use interactive number lines with your students. Learn hands-on math games and activities that include teaching fractions and decimals.

Equivalent Fractions Fun! Students color equivalent fractions a certain color, and other fun fraction activities! $

Create●Teach●Share: 80+ Fraction Printables - Look like good practice, but expensive :(

Multiplying Fractions Task Cards $

Fractions on a Line Plot Rap Video | Number Line Song for Kids

Colored paper clips for teaching number line fractions? Teaching fractions on a number line in math can be engaging with these tips and ideas! Check out these fun activities!

This FRACTION SORT will have your students memorizing equivalent fractions and simplifying fractions mentally before you know it!

FRACTIONS on a number line can be difficult for students to understand... This post has great tips for helping your students visualize fractions.

{FREEBIE} A hands-on activity for multiplying a fraction by a fraction using everyday scenarios!

Create●Teach●Share: 80+ Fraction Printables

Colored paper clips for teaching number line fractions? Teaching fractions on a number line in math can be engaging with these tips and ideas! Check out these fun activities!

This game required students to move around a game board, landing on a fraction and pulling a whole number card to multiply the fraction by. There are two different boards, higher level and lower level, as well as colored and black outlined. I recommend either printing out the board game/cards on card stock or backing it with construction paper.