Bright Citrus Fruit Fractions Clipart- Over 20 Graphics!
You will receive 25 clipart graphics that were hand drawn by myself. Fractions range from whole, halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, and sixth! Each fraction has its own color and one whole piece! Please review second picture in preview for colo
This CCSS-aligned PowerPoint game will motivate your students to practice 4th grade skills of comparing and ordering fractions. The game is self-checking and works great in small or whole groups. A recording sheet is provided for students to show their work and mark their progress.
This file contains seven pages to help you make learning fractions fun. This mini-lesson focuses on showing parts of a whole using Fruit Loops cereal! What could be more fun...math you can eat.
Your students will participate in a math mini-lesson during which they will discuss the terms whole a
Compare fractions and make equivalent fractions with this simple set of math manipulatives plus 20 problem-solving cards.Includes these:halvesthirdsfourthssixthseighthsninthstwelfthssixteenthsMake equivalent fractions by filling in the missing area of each pie (halves, thirds, or fourths) and use th
Your students will love getting to use (and then eat!) M&Ms or Fruit Loops to practice adding and subtracting fractions! I used this with my small group math class, but it would also be a wonderful partner or whole class activity.
Two adding and subtracting activities have been included - o
A GREAT activity to help students understand fractions and also equivalent fractions. Allows students to use fruit loops to manipulate the fractions into different groups and also record on the activity sheet.
A special set on fraction using 3D fruits!
Watermelon (Full, Half, Quarter, 3-Quarter, 1-8th)
Orange (Full, Half, Quarter, 3-Quarter)
Apple (Full, Half, Quarter, 3-Quarter)
Kiwi (Full, Half, Quarter, 3-Quarter)
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Fraction Clipart (Measurements)
Practice naming the fractions of the shaded part with this Fruit Fraction FREEBIE! Each slide has one watermelon fraction and a text box for students to type their answer. 10 practice slides included. You might also like: Fraction Practice for Google Classroom (Citrus fruit themed!)*Note: The ans
Let your students prove that they understand various concepts without realizing they're learning by working with fruit snacks.
Skills Covered: Data, Data Collection, Surveys, Conclusions, Greater than, Less than, Equal to, Fractions, Word Problems, Writing in Math
These teacher-led slides guide students through practice in naming fractions, comparing fractions, and finding equal fractions using models. This presentation is especially useful for virtual teachers! You can use it during whole-class meetings or one on one instruction to help students practice and
Math will be so exciting with this activity. It includes bar graphs, line graphs, less than, greater than and equal to, a pictograph and a pie graph. There are two valentine themed pictures to practice fractions. They will love graphing their fruit snacks and then eating them. Enjoy! Kimberly Wil
This activity helps students to have a deeper understanding of fractions, especially when being represented by groups. Students will use fruity candy to make groups and recognize how the denominator and numerator is represented with groups in a fraction. Students can make many connections with this
Need extra independent tasks to pair with ULS lessons? I’ve got you covered! These task boxes use Symbolstix images to coordinate with the Unique Learning System (ULS) January Unit 20--Long Ago & Today This page file includes 8 task cards on fractions (whole, 1/2, and 1/4) and a worksheet*SAVE*
This activity is great for 100th day but can also be used while teaching fractions. The worksheet i created is meant to go along with fruit loops. Each student is to count out 100 fruit loops and sort out the colors then complete the answers according to their findings then graph their data. The act
Use this worksheet along with fruit loops to model fractions and make the connection with ratios. Students will draw four types of models for each scenario...helping connect the bridge between abstract and concrete math!
Are you looking for a fun activity to do during St. Patrick's Day that will have your students engaged in fractions? Try out this FREEBIE today! Students were given a handful of Fruit Loops and asked to construct a rainbow out of 10 or more....they got to eat the rest! Then they had fun writing t
This activity has students sort fruit loops. Then record their data in a chart. Then students write the fraction and an equivalent fraction for each color. There is a free graph that goes with this. Be sure to download so you can graph your data!
This activity leads students through the process of making a fruit salad through fractions. Students learning reading, math and healthy eating skills through this fun activity!
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Are you looking to reinforce skills taught at the start of the year or a unit and you'd like to do it in a fun way? Just add fruit loops and you've got yourself an activity that will engage students while covering multiple topics.
In this activity, students will be working with fractions, decimals
Practice half and quarter of an amount. Drag the fruits in the baskets and complete the mathematical statement. It can be used as a digital worksheet.Print and use in class.Print and use as a playdough mat.Print and use with counters.
This activity uses recipe cards to have students add, subtract, multiply, or divide fractions. Would be a great hands-on activity to make the healthy snack--fruit salad! Allows flexibility for students to decide what method of solving they would like.
This is a BUNDLE of the Watermelon, Lemon, and Kiwi Garland. Each garland focuses on a specific type of fraction to decimal conversion.1. Watermelon Garland: How to convert 2/5=0.42. Lemon Garland: How to convert 5/8=0.6253. Kiwi Garland: How to convert 1/3=0.333...Hang up these garlands to remind s