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    • Rachel L

      Fractionpillars: Students choose 3 diff colors to create fraction caterpillar; can add googly eyes, antennae, legs; record the fractions for each color of their caterpillar

    • Nancy Mueller

      Fractionpillar- adorable! Students use multi-color pom poms to create a caterpillar, and then label the fraction of each color!

    • Cady Sanicky

      Math- Fractions in Action. For this activity, you’ll need construction paper, pom poms {or multi colored stickers} and the printable (free via link). Have your kids choose three different colors to create their own fraction caterpillar. They can add googly eyes, antennae, and legs, too!! Once they’re finished with the creating piece, they will record the fractions for each color of their caterpillar.

    • Sarah Coleman

      Fractionpillar, Math Idea to go along with Ther Very Hungry Caterpillar

    • Mrs. Cave @ FantasticFirst

      Fraction caterpillar = "Fractionpillar" Great firstie math craft!

    • Carissa Beck

      fraction caterpillar. could make other creatures for 3rd grade

    • Jodi Esposito

      1st grade fraction caterpillar

    • Lauren Segalla

      fun way to teach math

    • Jessica Quail

      classroom ideas

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