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Equivalent Fraction Bullseye is a 2-player game to practice finding equivalent fractions. Players take turns rolling two dice and creating fractions with the numbers rolled using the lesser number as the numerator. Players then search the game board for an equivalent fraction. Once found, the pla

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These 40 color task cards are for use with rainbow fraction tiles. There are 4 cards to a page with fractions ranging from 1 whole to 1/12. The border of the card matches the fraction tile color. The cards have labelled tile pictures and use fraction words (e.g. two-fifths). If you don't have fracti

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"Fraction Charter" is a simple hands-on tool that makes it easy for students to begin working on finding equivalent fractions or learning how to simplify fractions by using a multiplication chart. It helps students see patterns and relationships as they begin working with fractions. I have found tha

Determining equivalent fractions with strip models and number lines is a tough concept, but is imperative in helping students develop an understanding so they can move to more abstract fraction concepts. This game includes two scaffolds; one using fraction strip models and the other using a number l

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This product is a great tool for addressing multiple strategies for finding equivalent fractions! It also provides a page for students to practice each of the strategies.
Thanks for downloading my product and enjoy!
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Finding Equivalent Fraction Task cards. Help student practice how to find and identify equivalent fractions. Self checking QR codes included to make independent or group work quick and simple. Use this set as a math center, in small guided math groups, or even a whole group activity.
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Have your students practice identifying equivalent fractions with this fun Kagan strategy activity. Students stay active as they walk around and find partners to solve each problem. Each partner can only solve one problem on each person's paper, so students stay engaged throughout the activity.
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Looking for a fun interactive teaching idea for finding equivalent fractions? Well look no further as Equivalent Fractions Game Puzzles, for CCSS 4.NF.1, will serve as an exciting lesson plan for 4th grade elementary school classrooms. This is a great resource to incorporate into your unit as a guid

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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 PowerPoint presentation teaches kids how to generate equivalent fractions for a given fraction. Two strategies are taught: drawing a picture/model and using the multiplication shortcut. Each section includes a video, step-by-step recap, class practice, partner practice using cooperative learn

In this bundle you get three mystery pictures. They are the same three that I sell individually, but I bundled them to save you money.
They are great for reviewing: writing ratios from word problems, writing unit rates from word problems, finding equivalent fractions, and reducing fractions.
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This fraction math center contains 30 problems for finding fractions that are equivalent. This task requires students to find the number that completes the matching equivalent fraction.
Can be used by small group, partners, or individual students.
• Also works well as an interactive notebook ac

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Get this as part of a bundle: Fourth Grade Numbers and Operations Fractions Math Center Activities Bundle 4.NF

3.NF.3A, B, and C are addressed as students use a Hersheys candy bar to discover equivalent fractions. Differentiated for struggling learners as well.

This practice sheet can be lead in a whole group discussion and/or small group. This give students the visual models that help them understand the WHY in math instead of teaching them the shortcuts. After using the giant 1 you can continue using this in multiplication and division of fractions as

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This interactive activity allows students to look at a number line and find several other fractions that are equivalent to the fractions listed on the line. Once the find equivalent fractions, they cut and paste the correct fraction into the given squares provided.

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* Strategy to use the Multiplication Chart to find Equivalent Fractions
* Large Size to use as a poster
* Smaller version to use in Math Interactive Notebook
* Half Sheet of Practice Problems with Key
* Can be used for Virginia SOL 5.2a

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This document includes two different worksheets for students to practice finding equivalent fractions using multiplication and division.

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This interactive activity allows students to look at a number line and find several other fractions that are equivalent to the fractions listed on the line. Once the find equivalent fractions, they cut and paste the correct fraction into the given squares provided.

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Of all the ways to find equivalent fractions, this is the most tricky for my students! Use these task cards as extra practice to help students visualize and understand the role that multiplication and division can play in finding an equivalent fraction.
An answer recording sheet and an answer key a

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This Poster is perfect to use when teaching students how to compare and find equivalent fractions. I find the butterfly method to be a lot easier for students to understand and grasp. I have included black and white copies as well as color interactive for both posters.
It is a method that can al

This file contains 21 problems that are designed to give students extra practice finding equivalent fractions. I have created this file so that it can be copied double-sided and used as a worksheet, or you can copy the file single-sided, cut out the cards, and use them as Task Cards.
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1. These Lesson Plans explain that fractions are equivalent if they are the same size or located at the same position on a number line.
2. Students will draw pictures and partition a set of number lines to show fraction equivalence. (3.NF.A.3.A)
3. As third grade students work with denomin

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This interactive activity allows students to look at a number line and find several other fractions that are equivalent to the fractions listed on the line. Once the find equivalent fractions, they cut and paste the correct fraction into the given squares provided

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