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Dividing Fractions Anchor Chart, Game Freebie, and Math Journal

Here's a great anchor chart on dividing fractions.

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Fractions in Between Activity

Activities: Fractions in Between

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Hit the Target Activity

Bulls-eye! 4th Grade Division Activities: players receive 4 cards and use any combo of operations to try and reach target number. First player with target number receives a point. Winner is first student with 3 points.

Love this idea for AM work: Number of the day chart- can be modified for different grades. I.e. multiply by, divide by, include fractions or decimals

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Fraction Board Game

Even though I am not a math person this is a great idea for a review Activities: Fraction Board Game

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Compare Fractions Activity

Fraction Equivalent math game

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Fraction Simplification Activity

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! What You Need: Deck of playing cards (Download here)