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Project-based learning: Create a candy store (Fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, graphing, and area. Focuses mostly on 5th Grade Common Core standards)

Fraction basketball, let them roll a dice to see how many times each person will "shoot" then record shots made as a fraction. Person with the biggest fraction wins.

i did this on the 50th day of school. the students colored in half of the triangles.....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…

Fraction - Decimal; like the idea of a 3-column chart but would need to make it harder...

Site has numerous worksheets...number operations, decimals, fractions, Percents, integers, equations, inequalities, and slope

Finding JOY in 6th Grade-great ideas for 6th grade math. I need to play this game...I suck at fractions and percents...probably decimals also!!!

M Fraction, Decimal, Percent Conversions - M Company’s claim that 30% of the milk chocolate M in a bag are brown, 20% are red, 20% are yellow, 10% are orange, 10% are green, and 10% are blue. Is this true? How do you prove it? READ HOW TO PLAY HERE: http://www.mathfilefoldergames.com/mm-fraction-decimal-percent-conversions/

14 fraction activities. This one would be great with equivalent fractions, decimals, and percents too.

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Percent, Decimals, Fractions…does it ever end?!

Percents, Fractions, and Decimals

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Equivalent Fractions Game of 'Spoons'

Want a fun, low-prep equivalent fractions game to use in your math centers tomorrow? Read about how we've put an equivalent fractions twist on the classic "Spoons" game and get your FREE equivalent fractions cards to use at games4gains.com.