Free Fraction Strips
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Love this!!!! Free Fraction Strips template - maybe even connect with a brad & have a fraction fan
Free Fraction Strips Template - like keeping it fastened as a "fan" to use a reference
Free Fraction Strips Template...great for 2nd grade standard of comparing fractions
Free Fraction Strip Template (can also be used to count music notes)
Free Fraction Strips Template--for my 5th and 6th grade colleagues
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Free Fraction Strips Template
4th Grade Math
Free fraction strips!
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Free Fraction Strips Template (I wish that 1/7ths and 1/9ths were generally included in strip fractions. Strip fractions excel at comparison, what better way to explore them all!)
Free Fraction Strips Template Hate that it's so out of focus but you get the awesome idea here!
Nyla's Crafty Teaching: Freebies! Fraction Strip template
Free Fraction Strips Template...great fraction visual
(Standard: 2.G.3) Free Fraction Strips Template
Free fraction strips = making a math lapbook
Free fraction strips @Rachel Hoerner
Free Fraction Strips Template.
Fractions, Decimals and Percents Flippable- Attach the labels, choose the correct steps to go under each flap and do the same with each example!
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Percent to Fraction/Decimal, Fraction to Decimal/Percent, Decimal to Percent/Fraction (pinning for Lauren for later)
Converting Fractions/Decimals/Percents Foldable
Fraction & Decimal converstion flip book
math, fractions, decimals, percents
Decimal percent flip book.
We are participating in Primary Possibilities Linky Party! Today I am so excited to guest post on Meg's blog! First, I should probably tell you a bit about myself. My name is Jennifer Smith-Sloane and I am in my 10th year of teaching. I just began teaching Special Education Math for Grades 3-8 through Texas Virtual Academy after the past four years teaching 7th and 8th Grade Math and Resource Math and 2nd and 5th grades prior to that. Over the past 3 years, I have been using Interactive Notebooks in my math classes and have LOVED every minute of it (possibly more than my students at times). I spent a lot of time this summer creating materials for the first few units for both of my 7th Grade Math and 7th and 8th Grade Resource Math classes and have continued to develop them all year! Once of the first Flippables that we created was for Converting Fractions, Decimals and Percents and my students still refer back to this regularly. The file in my Teachers Pay Teachers store includes the Flippable Template, the labels for the outside, as well as the steps and example for the inside. Another one that my Resource Students created was over Mean, Median, Mode and Range and we used the inside to create a Frequency Graph over how many hours that we each slept before finding the Mean, Median, Mode and Range. The Flippable Template, the cut out pieces and graph are all included in the Mean, Median, Mode and Range Flippable in my Teachers Pay Teachers store. Since I love created Flippables so much, I worked on creating a Flippable Template Pack including 51 templates for various Flippables to have on hand. And because I love them so much, I have them available for only $9.99 this weekend only! Grab them before Sunday at Midnight when they will go back up to $14.75! Now, if you would like to try a Flippable Template for free, I have offered up the Envelope Flippable Template as a Google Doc download. Simply click on the picture to download it for FREE! The FREEBIE is blank and ready for you to use to hold vocabulary cards, spelling words, sight words, etc. The sky is endless! It would also be great if you had a paper manipulative you wanted the students to keep handy. I would love to have you follow me through any of the following different ways. And thank you so much Meg for allowing me to be a guest blogger for you today as a part of the Blog Hop! Blog Facebook Twitter Pinterest and the new All Things Upper Elementary Collaborative Blog! -- Jennifer Smith-Sloane
comparing fractions worksheets -- 3rd grade #math #school make pictures blank shapes for older remediation
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3rd grade fraction comparisons worksheet; I like that the students can shade to help them visualize the fractions.
comparing fractions worksheets -- 3rd grade #math #school Like & Repin thx. & Noelito Flow. Noel Songs.
comparing fractions worksheets -- 3rd grade #math #school...KENDRA NEEDS THIS!!!
comparing fractions worksheets - other math worksheets on this site, too
** comparing fractions worksheets -- 3rd grade #math #school
Here's a site with a series of free pages on converting fractions, decimals and percents.
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fraction-decimal-percent printables (and others)
fraction/decimal/percent printable For Valeria
Decimals, fractions, percents printables
Fractions, Decimals,Percents worksheets
playmath fractions decimals percents
★~ Fractions, Decimals,Percents ~%
Such an easy way to teach fractions using Legos to children…
A brilliant way to teach kids fractions. So many children (and adults for that matter) struggle with fractions. Here is an easy way to teach fractions using LEGO! STUPENDOUS iDEA
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A Simple Way to Teach Fractions Using LEGO. From Geeks are Sexy website, Teaching math concepts using Lego (or something like that)
Lego Math - Awesome Way To Teach Fractions - This Would Have Helped Me So Much As A Kid. I Always Struggled With Fractions!
Easy way to teach fractions for educators. We went over lego fractions in class.
Great way to teach fractions to kids!!! Bebe'!!! Lego aid learning fractions!!!
Lego fractions. Teaching fraction knowledge with lego blocks - AWESOME!
teaching fractions with legos math fine motor
10 Fun LEGO Math Ideas - Learning Liftoff
$6 Fraction Bingo - This packet contains 30 randomized and uniquely themed fraction bingo cards and 2 bingo calling cards. There are 24 fractions and 1 free space on each bingo card. Each card has random fractions from 1/1 to 10/10. We suggest that all pages are printed out and laminated. Use this one resource for years! Click on the link below for more info about the images used to make this resource (Images © Graphics Factory) http://jasonsonlineclassroom.com./graphics-factory/
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This resource features 30 themed and randomized bingo cards to help students learn fractions from 1/2 to 10/10. $5
Fraction bingo. There are 24 fractions and 1 free space on each bingo card. Each card has random fractions from 1/1 to 10/10.
$6 Fraction Bingo - This packet contains 30 randomized and uniquely themed fraction bingo cards and 2 bingo calling cards. There are 24 fractions and 1 free space on each bingo card. Each card has random fractions from 1/1 to 10/10. We suggest that all pages are printed out and laminated. Use this one resource for years!
$6 Fraction Bingo - This packet contains 30 randomized and uniquely themed fraction bingo cards and 2 bingo calling cards. There are 24 fractions and 1 free space on each bingo card. Each card has random fractions from 1/1 to 10/10.
$6.00 Fraction Bingo - This packet contains 30 randomized and uniquely themed fraction bingo cards and 2 bingo calling cards. There are 24 fractions and 1 free space on each bingo card. Each card has random fractions from 1/1 to 10/10. We suggest that all pages are printed out and laminated. Use this one resource for years! Click on the link below for more info about the images used to make this resource (Images © Graphics Factory) http://jasonsonlineclassroom.com./graphics-factory/
Breuken oefenen (begin)
Fractions Bingo Game Packet contains 30 randomized and uniquely themed fractions bingo cards and 2 fractions bingo calling cards. There are 24 fractions and 1
Fraction Fun on a Number Line! Free! (A5 Update, Grade 3) | Bridges First Edition Support - teaching fractions using a paperclip on a number line. Genius! Also a free "I Have, Who Has" game for fractions on a number line. CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.1 CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.2 CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.3
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Benchmark Fractions on a number line - slide the paperclip closer to 0 or 1, depending on the fraction
Fraction Fun on a Number Line! Free! (A5 Update, Grade 3) | Bridges First Edition Support - teaching fractions using a paperclip on a number line. CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.1 CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.2 CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.3
Fractions on a number line - slide the paperclip closer to 0 or 1, depending on the fraction Could also use with whole numbers as an "open number line"
Fractions on a number line - slide the paperclip closer to 0 or 1, depending on the fraction...use as anchor activity or in partners with kids comparing two fractions with dif coloured clips
Fractions on a number line plus free I have who has game
fractions number line activity
Inside of fraction flip book
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fractions book, I would like to modify it so you can see through and see equivalent fractions. I would start with twelfths.
•4.NF.1. Explain why a fraction a/b is equivalent to a fraction (n × a)/(n × b) by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. Use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent fractions Great fraction foldable for students to create and use as a reference.
fraction foldable/flip book @jessiewillams
fraction foldable/flip book
Math - Fractions Foldable
Math fraction flip chart
Fractions, Decimals, Percents
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Good to use in science class for students below G.L. in math. anchor chart: fraction, decimal, percent
fraction, decimal, percent chart - I don't teach math but this makes me want to!
Fractions, decimals, percentages--math anchor chart
Anchor chart for Fractions, Decimals, Percents
An Apple A Day: Anchor Charts-Fraction, Decimal, Percents
Fraction War cards
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fraction war playing cards at eisforexplore.blogspot.com - a colorful alternative to our RightStart Math fraction cards (site has SO many more great things for teaching!)
Fraction "war" cards...great game for reinforcing skills. (I downloaded this already)
E is for Explore!: Fraction War equivalent fractions game
Fraction "war" cards...great game for reinforcing skills.
Fraction "war" cards...Comparing Fractions
E is for Explore!: Fraction War
Fraction "war" cards...
fraction war card game
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#fractions #book #math fractions flip book-- cut each page into the fraction and have kids label accordingly-- great to teach parts of a whole & equivalent fractions
# 9: Fraction Foldable Flip-Books (students can use these as manipulatives when working with equivalent fractions) - fraction foldables
Fraction foldable: great idea! And so much neater than all those little strips of paper that I usually use!
Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: Fractions (lots of great ideas for teaching fractions here)
Fun fraction foldable book and pizza from: Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: Fractions
Fraction foldable: great idea! Math Fraction Project (Maybe?)
Fraction foldable: great idea!#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
Fraction foldable: great idea! Use whole, half and quarters
Topic 12 Fractions: Foldable/Fractions Book
Decimals-Fractions on Bottle caps
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This is really cool. I only teach 2nd grade and we don't really get into decimals, but I could always make a picture of the fraction on one of the bottle caps.
Cool way to make a hands-on game to teach fractions, decimals, percents... Start saving bottle caps. :)
Plastic bottle caps-Match fractions with decimals. Use with equivalent fractions.
Topic 16 math: Math Station!! middle school- Fraction/Decimal Matching
Plastic bottle caps-Match fractions with decimals.
Creating successful seating charts in the beginning of the year can be difficult, especially if you do not know your new students at all. I start by setting the desks up in the arrangement that I like. Since I have either 26 or 27 students in all of my classes, I decided to go with pairs: I also worked out how I'm going to set up centers/stations: The star is where I'll be seated. This way, I can see everything that is going on in the room at all times. The way that it is setup now means I'll need 4 different center activities at a time: one individual assignment, one partner activity, one small group activity (for groups of 3-4), and some practice problems for the group I am working with. I've never really run regular math centers in my classroom before. My goal is to have them at least once a week with each of my classes. The plan is to have them take place on the same day every week. This way, my first class can set the desks up and my last class can put them back in their normal places. I haven't gotten my schedule yet though, so we'll see if I can work it out that way. Last year, I had my two 8th grades for 80 minutes each and my two 7th grades for 60 minutes each on Tuesdays. A day like that would be perfect! Ideally, students would get to all 4 centers in one day, but I know that could be pushing it. I'll probably have a rotating schedule. (Still need to work out the details...anyone have any suggestions?) Okay, back to seating charts...my students start school the Wednesday after Labor Day. They have half days that week, so I don't really see any class for an extended period of time. Typically, I let me students choose their seats those first three days. I would say that 99% of the time they sit with their closest friends...aka the kids they'll talk the most to throughout the year. I keep a close eye during those first three days and take notes. (Without even realizing it, they help me figure where they should be seated.) Over the weekend, I use my notes to create what I feel will be the most effective seating arrangement for each class. I have to say, it's been quite successful in the past. I get lots of groans when new seats are assigned Monday morning, but it's in their best interest!
I'm pretty darn excited about my second Made 4 Math Monday post! About a month ago, I watched a presentation in my grad school class about using literacy stations in the younger grades. One of the activities that was shared involved students creating words using water bottle caps that had letters written on them. I immediately started to collect water bottle caps (and had my parents, sister, aunts, uncles, and cousins do the same!). Obviously, I teach middle school math so I wasn't going to use letters on the caps. I wasn't exactly sure how, but I knew I would use them in some way. Fast forward to last week when Hodgesgal posted this on her blog: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents Game. I downloaded the game board and instructions right away. I can't wait to use the game with my 7th graders! We don't get to percents, though, until midyear and I really want to use these bottle caps sooner than that. So, I created a Decimal & Fraction Matching Game to be used during centers. The game is a center activity for students to complete in pairs. Each pair will need 2 game boards, 2 timers, pencils, and scrap paper. Each player will also need a set of 28 water bottle caps: 14 with fractions and 14 with the equivalent decimals already written on them. I've decided that the students will play head-to-head. Each will start their timer and place each matching decimal-fraction pairs on the game board. When a player is satisfied with their answers, he or she will stop their timer. Once both players are finished, they will check each other’s work using the answer keys. Five seconds will be added onto a player’s total time for any incorrect matches. The player with the fastest time wins! I started by making the game board. (I will definitely be laminating them.) Next, I got out my Sharpies and the bottle caps... I made the fraction caps first. Followed by the decimal ones. I also made the matching percent bottle caps (so that they'll already by done when I want to play Hodgesgal's game). I color-coded the bottle caps by type of number. You could also make it more challenging by just using 1 color for all. I bought this container at Michael's a few days ago to store the bottle caps. It was only $0.99 (which I think may have been a mistake) and then I used my teacher's discount! My plan was to have a compartment for each number and to have that number written on the bottom. I think I have to get smaller containers to store each set separately though. I really think my students will like this. They normally love anything that involves a little friendly competition! You can get the game board, directions, and answer key at my Teachers Notebook Store or at my TeachersPayTeachers Store. I plan on making other activities to use with the caps...they are perfect for comparing and ordering rational numbers as well!
Work Mats: Greater than, less than and equal
Math Center, Number Comparison, Place Value, Teaching Math, Comparing Number, School Math
value mats - how cool to make the greater/less/equal signs kids can manipulate! Use with deck of cards
greater than mat using brats and paper can make equal sign, less than, and more than! super easy and super cool!
This activity helps the students compare numbers by using the < and > symbols. Grade 1. Core Curriculum Standard Math 1.NBT.3 Number & Operations in Base Ten. Understand place value.
love this activity!! moveable equal signs for equal/greater than/less than.. numbers change
Adorable tool for showing number comparisons - revamp using notes and values
comparing numbers- could be made and used with partners in a math center
value mats ... greater/less/equal signs kids can manipulate!
Greater than, less than interactive place mat. So smart!
As you may have heard Google Reader is disappearing. I must be in the minority as I never used it so I am not sure what I will be missing. I was almost tempted to use it this week just to see what it is but I decided against it. I did start using Bloglovin' though and so far I am LOVIN' it. I like that you can put the blogs that you follow into groups and that you can easily navigate through the update blogs at the click of a button! You will need to start a free Bloglovin' account in order to follow blogs on Bloglovin'. There have been lots of tutorials posted all over the bloggy world that will help you with this process. Click here to visit Melissa's tutorial on her blog Common Core & So Much More! So be sure to follow me on Bloglovin'! You can click on the button below! I have also decided to link up with Just Reed this week for her Ten Pin Linky. I am going to share my top 10 favorite Math pins from Pinterest. And in no particular order.... Source: http://thefirstgradeparade.blogspot.com Love this activity from The First Grade Parade for reinforcing even and odd numbers. Some of my kiddos had such a hard time with the this year! Source: http://alove4teaching.blogspot.com Love these money dice from A Love For Teaching. Such a fun way to reinforce counting coins! Source: http://teacherideafactory.blogspot.com LOVE this fact family butterfly from Teacher Idea Factory! Great activity for the beginning of Second grade when gearing up for mastering addition and subtraction facts! Source: http://www.dragonfliesinfirst.com This money poem from Dragonflies in First is awesome! great way to help learn how much the coins are worth. Still can't believe that 2nd grade is the first year that students are formally taught and assessed in money through the CC! Love this Ways to show a Number anchor chart. I don't have the original source so if it is yours PLEASE let me know so I can give you the proper credit!! Soure: http://theinspiredapple.blogspot.com This math problem solving strategies anchor chart from The Inspired Apple is just inspired! source: http://fun-in-first.blogspot.jp What a fun way to review 2D shapes from Fun in First Grade! source: http://stepintosecondgrade.blogspot.com From Step into Second Grade - what a great way to jazz up your boring school clock AND make it educational at the same time! source: http://frogsandcupcakes.blogspot.com Thanks Frogs and Cupcakes for the great idea to help strengthen place value foundations! source: http://mrsphippen.blogspot.com Love this idea for working on comparing numbers - from Mrs. Phippen! Be sure to check out all the awesome math pins! Good night! Christina :)
fraction paper plates
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Fraction paper plate pies and other kindergarten pi day activities.
Paper Plate Fractions--fun math idea while rowing via Sarah Dees
Paper Plate Fractions--fun math idea while rowing
fraction paper plates (teaching fraction vocab)
Paper Plate Fractions - Equvalent Fractions
Fraction Plates- Teaching Fractions
paper plates to teach fractions :)
Math Fractions with paper plates
Math; Fraction ideas
How To Read A Ruler Poster
Great activities for teaching fractions of an inch- and fractions on a numberline
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Its sad that many of my high school students need this info... How To Read A Ruler Poster for Grid Drawing!
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It's CRAZY that I need to repin this...but, I can't tell you how often middle & high school students struggle with simple measurements. How To Read A Ruler Poster for Grid Drawing!
How To Read A Ruler Poster I had my students do this before they were allowed into the shop
How To Read A Ruler Poster - sad that I need this in a high school classroom
How To Read A Ruler Poster-even some high school kiddos needs this
This could come in handy when teaching measurement
Reading rulers @Aubrey Godden Hiemstra
Excellent way to conceptually teach subtraction with regrouping.
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Subtraction Regrouping*Excellent way to conceptually teach subtraction with regrouping. (Borrowing a bundle of tens)
This is an excellent way to conceptually teach subtraction with regrouping. (Borrowing a bundle of tens) Some students have a really difficult time understanding this concept and providing them with a visual tool could be really helpful. Toothpicks and rubber bands are cheap as well. -Tom Salfer
Great subtraction lesson showing regrouping (borrowing) and place value
Math Lesson Plan - Popsicle Stick Regrouping Fun
conceptually teach subtraction with regrouping
SCHOOL IS OUT!!!!!! AND... I AM FULLY FUNDED FOR INDIA!!! WAHOOOOO!!!!!!!!!! In case you couldn't tell, I am so excited about both things. I am so thankful that this year is officially over and for everyone's generosity in donating to my mission trip fund. Today was the due date and I made my goal just in time. Yay! One reason I am so glad that school is out is that now I will have a bit more time to blog. Today, that means I have time to link up with Ashley from Just Reed for her weekly Ten Pin Linky. Check out this awesome Pinspiration! Just click the pictures to visit the original sites. Blocks, Books, and Baskets Common Core Connection 2nd Grade Smarty Arties Step Into Second Grade Ashley Reed Lesson This You Might Be A First Grade If... The Organized Classroom Mrs. Sim's and Mrs. Mathis' 4th Grade Math Blog Tales of Frogs and Cupcakes Those are my ten pins. Now, off to do summery things, like sit on the couch and watch TV.
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foldable to help kids grasp the fraction/decimal/percent concept (even if one of the student sample fractions is wrong ;)
Math- foldable fractions, decimals, and percents
i finally broke down and pinned a school idea
Math journal fraction/decimal/percent entry?
Fraction foldable for interactive notebook
Fractions and Decimals #math notebooking
Foldable fraction, decimal, percent
fraction foldable ideas
using math games to help kids learn fractions and decimals, upper grade math, fractions, decimals, and percents
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fraction foldables glue them back to back to one another so when they hang they are a sphere and not a 2d circle
Fraction foldable!! I think I would have them cut a small slit on top and bottom then hold book pages together with rubberband instead of gluing so many pages.
I like these fraction foldables. Wish there was a template for them.
Fraction foldables! Great intro to fraction unit.
Fraction foldables...turn into a 3D project
Foldables: Fraction Foldable Fun
Fraction circle foldables
Math - Fractions