research shows that to master fractions, students need multiple opportunities to practice with many varied representations of fractions. By all means, cut up chocolate bars, pizzas, and pies. And add even more activities such as the ones featured here.
Of course I just finished fractions, but kids can always use reteaching. Here is a template to make a "fraction flipper" showing equivalent fractions/fractions that equal Also find music and decimal flippers here along with related worksheets.
One of the best ways to teach students about benchmarks with fractions is using a number line. Once students master the placements of these fractions, they can start working on adding fractions, subtracting and eventually can use multiplication and divisi
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 grade math they have mastered to take with them to grade.