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Fractions Assessment - 4.NF.1 and 2

This is a 22 page Fractions Assessment Product that is aligned to the Common Core Standard Numbers and Operations-Fractions 1 and 2 for 4th grade. (4.NF.1 and 2). Each mini assessment has visually appealing fraction models, designated work spaces, and open-ended questions to promote higher level thinking.

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Fraction Center Task Cards Editable

I love these! My kids love these! Even my principal loves these! If you need to motivate your students during your fraction unit, this.is.it! These hands-on math center activities use the relationships between Pattern Blocks to build and challenge fraction knowledge. 20 tasks given plus editable tasks so you can continue the fun and learning! 3.NF.A.1, 4.NF.A.1, 4.NF.A.2, 4.NF.B.3, 5.NF.A.1

Equivalent Fractions: Multiple Choice Quiz - 4 pages. Subject: Elementary Math. 2 Worksheets each with 10 questions Students are asked to compare given fractions with a multiple choice list of other fractions and select it's equivalent. For example: Find a fraction that is equivalent to 2/4 a. 1/2 b. 1/4 c. 1/3 d. 1/6 * Free Worksheet Printables* http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Felisa-Williams

Here's an interesting way to approach fractions. Students determine the cost of "farms" by using their knowledge of fractions (1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16). Includes sample task cards and an answer key.

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Pattern Block Flexible Unit Fraction Cooperative Activity

Do you have pattern blocks? Traditionally, we know the triangles as sixths, rhombi as thirds and trapezoids as halves. But what if we changed this a bit? Suppose the trapezoid was not 1/2, but 1/4? What would that make the green triangles? What would "1" look like?

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Pattern Block Flexible Unit Fraction Cooperative Activity

Does the yellow hexagon have to be 1? What if the green triangle was 1/5 instead of 1/6? What happens when the red trapezoid is 1/3 instead of 1/2? These activities will strengthen your students understanding of fractions by developing a flexible understanding of what a "unit" could be.

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Fractions

"I have... Who has..." fractions game. Great to use as a whole group or in a small group. After some practice with how these types of games flow, students can lead themselves in groups during centers. This includes a set of 24 cards that make a loop so there is no set start or finish.

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Decimal Anchor Chart (Shut the Door and Teach)

1) TEK: 4.2E 2) Fourth Grade 3) Representing decimals- tenths and hundredths- using money 4) On an anchor chart 5) I would use this anchor chart for direct instruction of the lesson. This is how I would instruct the students on the decimal values related to money.

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Fraction Game { with connect 4 } - Learning After School

Great game to work on fractions with kids - use your connect 4 game to make it fun!

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Word Problem Bundled Set: Grade 4-5

This BUNDLED set of 80 multi-step, measurement, mixed operation, and fraction word problems reflects the Common Core State Standards for grades 4 and 5. It is bundled for those buyers who wish to purchase all 4 sets at a greatly reduced price. Please do NOT purchase this set if you have purchased MORE THAN ONE of the 4 items--if you have purchased only one, this will still save you money! $13.50

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Fractions Assessment 4.NF.5, 6, and 7

Fractions Assessment 4.NF.5, 6, and 7 from Innovative Teacher on TeachersNotebook.com - (24 pages) - This is a 24 page Fractions Assessment Product that is aligned to the Common Core Standard Numbers and Operations-Fractions 5, 6, and 7 for 4th grade. (4.NF.3 and 4)

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Self-Checking Common Core Task Cards - 4.NF.A.1 - Equivalent Fractions

48 task cards for fourth grade. Common core aligned: 4.NF.1 - equivalent fractions. These cards come in 3 different sizes, for versatility. Print them 9 on a page in black and white for students to glue into math journals or take home for extra practice. Print them 4 or 6 on a page for math learning stations. Perfect for cooperative learning structures such as Quiz-Quiz-Trade, Inside Outside Circle, Fan-n-Pick, Rally Coach, or Sage and Scribe. Multi-use product! $