Operations with Fractions
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St. Patrick's Day Equivalent Fractions Game
This 4th grade math center is perfect for the month of March! Fourth grade students will enjoy this St. Patrick's Day game that helps them practice finding equivalent fractions. St. Patrick's Day math makes learning in the classroom a lot more fun. Students play a fractions game where each rectangle whole number matches with a circle that has a fraction on it. Students lay down all of the circles and have to be the first one to grab the fraction that goes with the equivalent fraction.
Math Coach's Corner
Math Coach's Corner: Equivalent Fraction Dash. My 5th graders used to love this game because, well, you get to run in the classroom. Basically, you divide the class into two teams and hand out the cards equally to the two teams and yourself. You, (the teacher) display a fraction card in a pocket chart. Players from each team check their cards to see if they have a card with an equivalent fraction, and then one player from each team rushes to the front to place their card in the pocket chart.
Comparing Fractions Activity with Brownies - Teaching with Jennifer Findley
Want an engaging way to review or introduce comparing fractions? Check out this idea that uses brownies to compare fractions in three different ways. Free printables are included so you can do this comparing fractions activity with your class.
Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators: Lesson and Practice
When I first started teaching adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators to my fifth graders, I quickly realized that they needed some concrete step-by-step directions. They also needed a way to organize their work. I racked my brain for a