# Math

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fractions flip book-- cut each page into the fraction and have kids label accordingly-- great to teach parts of a whole & equivalent fractions

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How to Use Fact Fluency Cards: This technique can be used at any grade level with any of the four operations. Students work in pairs.

Worksheets: How to Multiply Fractions

Adding fractions

This is a board I made while teaching fractions to my 4th graders. They loved finding equivalent fractions by "drawing" a line down from the end of a bar and seeing where it intercepts (e.g., 1/2 intercepts with 2/4, 3/6, etc. so they're equivalent). Pretty easy to make - just construction paper glued together.

Butterfly method for multiplying fractions

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A close up of the finished floor, it almost looks like old leather.

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Rules for fractions

The finished product. Rich and beautiful.

Easy peasy fractions

Simplifying fractions is an essential skill for every math student in the fifth grade or higher. Students need continued practice with simplification in order to successfully add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions. Play this game again and again and work towards mastering this important concept.

Multiplying Fractions anchor chart...from Teaching With a Mountain View (blog)

How to Add, Subtract, Multiply and Divide Fractions

Mrs. Sims & Ms. Mathis' 4th Grade Math Website This website is AMAZING! So many awesome posters!

A two-player game to practice fraction recognition. Roll two dice, slide them together to make a fraction, find the fraction on the game board. 1.50

Print out bookmark cheat sheets for students to have as a review when being taught fractions

Fractions can be a very hard thing to understand. By using this fraction wall in the classroom, teachers will not only have an easier way to teach but students will visually be able to see just how fractions work.