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  • Meghan Heeney Chapman

    Kite Fractions -- did these when I subbed in 2nd grade. Super cute, and the kids LOVED them!

  • Tracey Schepman

    Fraction kites... on a smaller scale for 2nd grade? Make into a picture...

  • Denise Bolton

    Fraction Kite and fraction book

  • Myra Dippel

    Fraction kites...good review for fraction basics...For fifth grade, I'd include more squares in the kite, have the kids color their design first, then tell them to figure out the fractions for each color AND put the fractions in simplest form, too. They could also practice adding fractions with this kite.

  • Jenny Brown

    Math: Fraction Kites

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