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Recently I was asked to create a presentation at our school's math/literacy night for parents. As a parent, I really debated about what would be most valuable to me and as a teacher, I wanted to really make their time with me worthwhile. After much debate, I decided to create a packet of games that

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Fractions Explained
Instructions and examples of how to add and subtract fractions with like and unlike denominators and how to simplify fractions.
~Add to Math Notebooks
~Personal Anchor Chart
~Fractions Explained for Parents
Terms Defined
* Numerator
* Denominator
* LCM
* GCF
* Simplify~Reduce

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A simple fraction introduction that includes what fractions are, common misconceptions students have and suggestions for manipulatives to help students with fractions.

This 4 week math calendar freebie is a sample of my 5th Grade Summer Math Calendar and meant to help provide your students who are entering 5th grade with math practice throughout the summer or can be a tool for summer math tutoring.
The full 10 week math calendar is available for purchase here: 5

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This tutorial / worksheet on Dividing a Fraction by a Whole Number (using visual models) is perfect as a notes page, or as a resource for parents. It is common-core aligned, includes a step-by-step guide to solving problems, four (4) practice word problems and illustrated answer keys.

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This song teaches all about fractions, such as improper fractions, how to find a percent and how to work with decimals.
This video I made that goes with this video... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V96_PjlrVQc

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May’s Common Core Math Resource Packet aligns with the following standards:
• 3.OA.8 – solving two-step word problems
• 3.NF.3a – using fraction models and number lines to understand equivalent fractions
• 3.NF.3b – using fraction models and number lines to explain equivalent fractions
• 3.NF.3d –

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I often find parents want to help their children with math but they do not know always how to, especially when it comes to dealing with fractions. My student's parents have told me they find my parent study guides to be very useful as they provide a refresher on skills they have not practiced in a w

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An Easy Way to Understand Fractions: Using Mathematical Models to develop a concrete Understanding of Fractions! · This book includes over 90 minutes of video tutorials! This program can easily be used as MATH CENTERS, INTERVENTION for struggling students, HOMEWORK, or as INDEPENDENT WORK for exce

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I have often found that my students go home to do their homework and parents are unable to help them because they do not have the background knowledge of the skill being taught.
The two worksheet pages include very simple steps to simplifying a fraction. The first page is the algorithm going step b

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Parents often ask how they can help their child with math homework. What better way then to have the steps of how to solve the problems.
The Homework Helper sheet goes step by step on how to convert a fraction to a decimal. Sometimes the numbers are easy to work with especially if they are factors

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This free packet contains strategies other than the traditional algorithm for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It also examines ways of viewing fractions and basic algebraic equations. This packet is based on ways my students have solved these type of problems at their various le

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This tutorial / worksheet on Dividing a Fraction by a Whole Number (using visual models) is perfect as a notes page, or as a resource for parents. It is Common-core aligned, includes a step-by-step guide to solving problems, four (4) practice word problems and illustrated answer keys.

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This progress report can be used in the general education classroom or in the Title math classroom.

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Students will practice converting between fraction, decimal and percent.

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Students may cut out the 10 squares and put them in least to greatest (or greatest to least) order.
Students are working through percent, decimal and fractions.

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I created this Common Core aligned (5.NF.A.1) fraction worksheet for practicing the steps of subtracting mixed fractions with regrouping. Subtracting mixed numbers can be tricky, but with these few easy steps, students will be able follow the process how to borrow from the whole number when subtract

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Fractional Number Lines - Proper and Improper Fractions, MIxed Numbers and Decimals - Find the Missing Values.
Use with 4th through 8th graders...
Recommend using Fraction-Decimal Connection using Spaced Repetition - Pedagogy and methodology are free downloads on this website.
If this process is

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This is a great quick resource for students who need a quick reminder on how to reduce.
There are two of the same examples on one page, so you can easily copy for many students.
Colour coded and simple!
Great for students with LDs as well.
Can be used from grades 3-7.
Happy teaching!
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I created this Common Core aligned (5.NF.3) fraction worksheet for students to learn that a fraction is a division problem where the numerator is divided by the denominator. First, students will study the detailed step by step example and then they will answer the word problems by using visual fract

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Fractional Number Lines - Level 1
Student fills in missing values on each number line - 3 sets with solutions.
Also, the student must shade the correct number of boxes of a proper and an improper fraction on each number line.
Teacher should model on the first number lines for students.
Level 2 w

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Number lines - one step in difficulty from Level 3.
Number lines begin at whole numbers - not zero. Hence, the student can find improper fractions at any point by using a whole number location on the number line - and the student is off to the races.
If students are only given discrete mixed numb

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Equivalent Fractions:
1.) Visual practice sheet - equal areas...
Students must realize that these two fractions are the SAME SIZE CIRCLES and GRIDS. That they are equivalent in shaded areas on each fraction.
I recommend to circle back and review every week for a month...quick review...reminder

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Equivalent Fractions...
A string of proper fractions and the students must fill in the missing denominator or numerator.
The student should be reminded that they are computing equivalent fractions by mathematically multiplying by 1 Whole in the form of an improper fraction (i.e. 2/2, 3/3, 4/4, et

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