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Comparing Fractions - Would be an awesome center!

Slider box for comparing fractions-Part of an interactive notebook project (Fractions unit) $

$15.00 My Common Core 3rd Grade Notebook! http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/My-Common-Core-Third-Grade-Standards-Based-Notebook

I did that with my 5th Graders as an after STAAR activity, titling it "What's in a Name." We did fraction review, fraction addition and subtraction, fraction to decimal and will be concluding with probability. We are creating a huge end of year math poster to showcase all of the 5th grade math they have mastered to take with them to 6th grade.

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Fractions | The Little Learning Zone

North Carolina's fabulous "Unpacking the CCSS" - for each standard (Math & ELA, at each grade level!), they provide explanations and examples of what instruction for that standard actually looks like. (Free/K-12)

Students used this mat to compare fractions that were circles and rectangles. They moved the cardstock symbols on the brads to make =, >, and <. Then they recorded it on their recording sheets.

Fraction Pie - One of many interactive Math bulletin boards on this site.

This math menu choice board is the perfect way to challenge and enrich students while encouraging creativity.