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Number One In Disguise- Mrs. White's 6th Grade Math Blog: February 2014

Comparing fractions anchor chart. Plus more anchor chart ideas on this blog post!

Things That Come in Halves and Quarters: The Real World Connection (Blog Post) Fractions are REALLY important concepts that must be connected to student’s lives.

Equivalent Fractions Made Simple- This would be super cool to do with cookies and icing- have the kids "draw" their own dividing lines with icing... :)

Here's a very cool model for using familiar foods (graham crackers, Hershey bars, etc.) to place fractions on a number line.

Hands-On Fractions {Using Playdough to Show Equal Shares}

Math Coach's Corner: Fractions on a Number Line with Cuisenaire Rods. Students use prior knowledge about fractions as parts of a whole to construct meaning for fractions on a number line. Includes a SMART Notebook file you can download for free and a student reproducible to use with Cuisenaire rods.

Improper fractions and mixed numbers 'Go Fish' card game. Students make their own cards and challenge each others' ability to translate improper fractions to mixed numbers and vise versa.

Math Coach's Corner: Concrete Learning for Equivalent Fractions. Lots of Standards for Mathematical Practice are embedded into this FREE activity for exploring equivalent fractions.

FRACTION VIDEO~ Easy mini-lesson for teaching fractions on a number line. Well done! (approx. 6:38 min.)

Online Interactive Fraction Game- helps develop equivalency and number line concepts.