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This printable has 20 task cards that challenge students to find equivalent fractions while using pattern blocks.
These task cards mainly focus on halves, thirds, and fourths. A few sixths and twelfths are worked on though.
There is one bonus task card that further expands knowledge.
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This common core fraction activity goes well with the following 4th grade common core standards:
M4.NF.1 Explain why a fraction a/b is equivalent to a fraction (n × a)/(n × b) by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ even though the two fraction

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This game is used to help students build conceptual understanding of fractions and equivalent fractions using pattern blocks (hexagon, trapezoid, rhombus, triangle). The game set includes a directions sheet, score card, and three differentiated sets of task cards to use with the game. The cards ca

I created this Fractions Math Unit to use while teaching my students the concept of fractions. This 103 page packet covers an array of topics related to fractions and is all that you will need to help your students master this difficult concept.
This complete Fractions Math Unit includes the follo

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This lesson plan bundle includes three days of detailed lesson plans and printable materials. For these lessons your students will need a math notebook/journal, pattern blocks and/or fraction bars.
*Interactive Notebook = INB
Day 1: Equivalent Fractions (Visuals)
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Math Investigation
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Pattern Blocks for older students?! You bet!!!
Cultivate a deep understanding of fractions with this engaging, hands-on resource that your students will LOVE! There are 36 different cards in this set, and each one presents a unique, non-routine task using pattern blocks. Your students will utili

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Fractions don't have to be confusing and difficult. These 30 equivalent fraction task cards will have your students completely engaged and challenged as they create pattern block pictures equal to a given fraction amount. AMAZINGLY EFFECTIVE!For a quick video peek inside, click the link below.Equiva

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FREE Equivalent Fraction Task Cards Hands-On
Understanding fractions doesn't have to be confusing and frustrating. These free Fraction Task Cards are hands-on tasks and are not only fun and engaging, but the activities help students gain fraction understandings independently!
This freebie is part

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Do you need a way to have your students understand fractions and equivalent fraction concepts?
This Common Core Aligned Lapbook should help.
4th Grade Common Core Standards Addressed:
4.NF.1- Explain why a fraction a/b is equivalent to a fraction nxa/nxb by using visual fraction models. Use this

This activity includes 15 Cognitive Guided Instruction word problems asking students to share a whole equally. Students will progress from equally sharing one, to equally sharing a set. The final set of problems ask students to share a set in fractional part.
Question #5 asks student the follo

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Fractions don't have to be confusing and difficult. These equivalent fraction task cards will have your students completely engaged and challenged as they create pattern block pictures equal to a given fraction amount.
Students challenge themselves as they dig deep into fraction concepts and unders

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Pattern Blocks and Fractions Task Cards
"If This is One Whole...., How Much is This....?"
Students use pattern blocks to explore relationships between pattern block pieces. Given the shape that constitutes one whole, students determine the value of a different set of blocks. These task cards are gr

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Hello teachers!
Students LOVE this hands-on activity that introduces them to writing equations with variables and prepares them for adding and subtracting fractions. This game addresses so many Common Core standards!
***You can also buy this activity as part of a bundle here.
Every time I have do

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This resource includes 4 tasks that help build knowledge of adding and subtracting fractions. Task 1 introduces the pattern blocks as fractions. Task 2 requires the student to model improper fractions and the equivalent mixed number with pattern blocks. In Task 3, students should model the additi

Teacher will need to have access to Pattern Blocks to enable students to do this activity. Students will use the Pattern Blocks to find equivalent fractions.

This activity addresses the student expectation TEK 3.3F, a readiness standard, in which students are required to represent equivalent fractions with denominators of 2,3,4,6 and 8 using a variety of objects, and pictorial models, including number lines. 10 task cards are included that would fit per

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Use this simple worksheet to allow students to explore finding equivalent fractions in conjunction with expanded pattern blocks.
It aligns with Common Core standards in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade.

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This resource gives teachers a step by step way of developing fraction sense using pattern blocks.
The resource helps develop the following:
1) Equivalent Fractions
2) Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbersx
3) Fractions in Simplest Form
4) Comparing Fractions
5) Adding and Subtracting Frac

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Get 10 Activities and Games designed to help you teach equivalent fractions and allow your students fun, hands-on practice. These activities focus on modeling fractions so children can see how they are equivalent. Number lines, visual models, and manipulatives such as pattern blocks are used.
1. In

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This unit was designed to make learning fractions fun and visually appealing. There are six different activities to bolster comparing and ordering fractions as well as naming equivalent fractions. I'm also including fraction card (for comparison and ordering), pattern block, and equivalent fractio

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Pattern blocks provide an excellent way to introduce the basic ideas of fractions, a topic often considered to be difficult.
This unit starts by introducing simple fractions then moves on to equivalent fractions, addition and subtraction including improper fractions and mixed numbers. Finally studen

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This low-prep, easy to follow math lesson will help your students to develop a deep conceptual understanding of equivalent fractions by using hands-on problem solving, questioning, and purposeful talk.
Aligned to Ontario Grade 4 Expectation
Demonstrate and explain the relationship between equivale

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Introduce or review equivalent fractions with this engaging interactive notebook. Students will create, sort, and classify fractions based on their equiv

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