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A worksheet the teaches students to convert mixed numbers to improper fractions. There is a guide at the top with 12 questions. It uses the mnemonic device of MAD (Multiply-Add-Denominator). Very easy to remember because quite often students get mad. There are guided notes at the top of each sheet a

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Also included in: Fraction Unit Worksheet Bundle

This interactive lesson provides students with a hands-on activity to review Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators using the mnemonic phrase ‘Lions Drive Nice Submarines’ to represent the order of adding/subtracting fractions: 1. find the LCD 2. change the DENOMINATOR 3. cha

Reinforc fraction skills with this fun, engaging worksheet. Students practice adding and subtracting unlike fractions on this worksheet. Assign this as classwork or send it home for homework. There are 13 questions in all: 6 addition problems, 6 subtracting problems and 1 open-ended question. There'

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These 4 quick mneumonic devices come 6 copies to a page, with a graphic, a rhyme, and the steps of the process listed.
The processes include:
order of operations
steps for long division
plotting a line on a graph
adding/subtracting fractions with different denominators

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"A dot behind a note or rest, (Though somewhat hard to see,) Adds half the value of that note, Whate'er that note may be." These are the lyrics in the A section of a lovely, singable minor melody. As a bonus, this song also can be orchestrated or "Orffestrated" on Orff instruments in D natural minor

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This short and easy to learn "rap" helps students remember how to make equivalent fractions by multiplication and division. I use this in my classroom with pictures of bodybuilders ("pump up fractions") and The Biggest Loser ("bring down fractions"). Another qualitly product from Caroline Jones.

An awesome mnemonic for remembering the algorithm for finding percent of a number. Have this poster printed at your local print shop. Produced by Anchor Assist at www.anchor-assist.com Please pay us a visit. We transform your hand-drawn artwork into custom-designed anchor charts!

My co-teacher and I came up with a highly effective mnemonic strategy for adding and subtracting fractions with our fifth graders. We started using it after we noticed an overwhelming number of students were forgetting steps in the algorithm, or mixing up the steps.
Even our most struggling mathe

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It's the ultimate collections of fractions songs! Get 10 Music Notes fractions songs in one bundle, complete with supporting activities. Plus, you'll receive a bonus motivational song, Respect!
This package includes Understanding Fractions, Fractions On a Number Line, Fractions, Equivalent Fraction

This is a collection of Interactive Notebook Ideas and resources that you can use in your classroom. Activities contained in this set can also work on their own and do not necessarily need an Interactive Notebook setting to work.
Included in this resource are mnemonic devices that have helped my st

A simple scheme that explains the duration of the musical notes: whole, half, quarter, eighth and sixteenth notes.

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Songs and chants to help teachers teach upper elementary math. Videos are attached to help with rhythm and any hand motions that I have created.

Mnemonic device in sorts - use as a poster or visual helper for students in seeing "prime" as the smaller word, having fewer factors, and "composite" being the longer word with more factors. The colors support the concepts of "red" stop, "green" go, resembling the idea of "green" more factors, "red"

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A memorable tune, mathematical vocabulary, and a practical application of an invaluable tool for problem based learning - Oh My Darlin' Number Line.
This slide show not only contains a song that I still hear my 5th graders sing in class but, it also contains valuable vocabulary and conceptual tie

Dividing Fractions Mnemonic Memory Trick to help students remember the steps to divide fractions

These lessons are based on high quality research. This bundle contains 3 consecutive lesson plans. Lesson 1: Objective: To teach students to solve addition and subtraction problems involving fractions. Lesson 2: Objective: To teach students to understand how to get a common denominator. Lesson 3:
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Help your students grasp the fraction terms ‘numerator’ and ‘denominator’ when learning about integers in fractions. Use this hands-on visual to help them remember which is which and develop an understanding of fractions as numbers. Fractions are pretty difficult to grasp and I try to use as much in

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Check out these three teaching tips - mnemonic devices for converting decimals, fractions and percents.

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This Power Point lesson is designed for a Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, or Algebra 2 class. It contains short descriptions on what to do in order to simplify a problem involving fractions using one of the 4 basic arithmetic operations. This lesson should be used as a review and assumes that the students

Converting a fraction to a decimal to a percent can be simple with this anchor chart (poster). Have this poster printed at your local print shop. Produced by Anchor Assist at www.anchor-assist.com Please pay us a visit. We transform your hand-drawn artwork into custom-designed anchor charts!

Many students can learn material much faster when it is set to music. This is a short rap song that I wrote to help my students remember how to use the Least Common Denominator when dividing fractions.

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This interactive presentation has two fun chants to help students remember how to create equivalent fractions by either multiplying or dividing. A visual of a body builder reminds them how to "pump up" fractions by multiplying. Reducing fractions is shown through pictures from the TV show The Bigg

This is a set of 4 8 1/2 x 11 posters to hang in your classroom and use as a mnemonic reminder relating the conversion of improper fractions to mixed numbers to a baseball diamond. The posters contain a complete explanation as well as a "warning sign" to help with common student errors. I have fo

How can I remember the steps for dividing fractions MNEMONIC, Ketchup Covers Fries (Keep, Change, Flip)

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