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This was a homework assignment to complete one week during our fractions unit. The students had the option of actually creating the recipe they chose with their family, but were not required to. The measuring tools are separate... I was too tired tonight to combine the documents together. At some
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Students will taste a fruit drink mix recipe that has been converted to a different sized batch. They will use error analysis to determine the mistakes made and why certain ones tasted differently. There is also a differentiated page to help struggling students structure their thinking.
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This product is a complete project that incorporates online research, operations with fractions, fraction equivalency, adding money amounts and persuasive writing. Students are asked to plan a holiday meal for a certain number of people. They need to research recipes that are aligned with their chos
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This project is a culminating activity for a fraction unit. It will help students apply their skills with multiplying, adding, and/or subtracting fractions to a real-life situation.
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These Measuring Tool templates are designed to go with the Fractions Recipe Project.
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25 unique content rich pages of adding, subtracting, and comparing fractions (like and unlike denominators) and mixed numbers! Engage your students with this common core aligned "Top Chef" themed project! This project can be used in a math center, as a project, practice, or an assessment! Perfect fo
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Fractions can be one of the hardest things to teach!! This project gives the students the opportunity to multiply, divide and write equivalent fractions by converting recipes and creating a personal cookbook. Detailed directions are included, as well as a checklist for grading. I used this projec
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This is a fraction fun filled project based learning for students of all academic levels. The Fraction Menu Project comes with 5 different recipes to meet your various academic needs (differentiation). Your students work in groups to add or subtract the recipes to complete the menu. Encourage them
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This is an activity I used to reinforce fraction operations in my 6th grade math class. The students created a class recipe book by each bringing in three of their favorite recipes. They had to include a list of ingredients, as well as instructions for doubling, tripling, or halving the recipe. T
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This product is a fabulous review project your students will LOVE! The preview shows 3 of the 5 page document describing the project. The project has students create their own candy store in order to review all the 4th grade common core fraction standards including: - Equivalent Fractions - Com
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Fraction Operations Choice/Task Board: Are you looking for projects to enhance your fraction operations units? This Choice Board and its activities are a great way to provide differentiated projects for your students. Some activities include: *solving and creating magic squares with fractions
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This is a project that can be used as a group project in math. Students have to do the following: * Develop a catering company * Select at least 3 recipes to modify for the number of people they are catering an event for * Find the cost of the ingredients based on the amounts they need This acti
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Includes parent letter and rubric. Directions: Choose a recipe. Write the recipe and directions down on the provided sheet. Double the recipe. Triple the recipe. Use your own words to explain a situation in which you might need to double or triple a recipe. Why might you need to split a recip
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"Fraction Feast" is a math project that encourages students to think critically about fractions in a real world context. This project has students select a recipe, double the ingredients, and halve the ingredients. The final challenge is to determine how to adjust the ingredients to serve the exact
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Students find a recipe and use fractions to compute doubling, halving, and finding specific numbers for that recipe. Extra credit can be offered for using their numbers to create the food.
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Students utilize technology to help them apply fractions to the real world. Students search for a recipe online that includes fractions with the ingredients. Students will then change the recipe my multiplying each ingredient by a whole number. After finding a recipe and changing the measurements,
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This is a math recipe project where students locate a recipe, double the recipe, and halve the recipe. This project helps students with fractions, multiplication, and division.
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Another real world project that my students enjoyed! It may have been the fact that they were able to bake / cook a recipe that they enjoyed and share it with the class or it might have been the math. Who knows! But I will take it :) Students will use the skills they’ve learned with fractions
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Students use a recipe for Fruit Salad that serves 4 people made of fractions and Mixes Numbers to rewrite the recipe to serve 20 people. Fun recipe card style makes for real world learning and makes a connection for students with fractions. Included on student recipe card is a space for them to w
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This was used in a 5th grade classroom after students have learned how to add fractions with like denominators. This project includes four appetizer recipes, four main meal recipes, and four dessert recipes for easy conversions.
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Students will choose a recipe, and scale it up to make enough servings for their entire class. Skills include: ratios, proportions, unit rates.
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For this project, students will work in groups to plan the food for a party. They will adjust recipes to serve a larger crowd by multiplying fractions by a whole number. Technology Tie-In: A corresponding website goes along with this project. Here students will find appropriate recipes for this p
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Students find a recipe using the guidelines, double it, half it, find a single serving and then find how much of each ingredient would be needed to feed the whole class. My students were required to make the recipe at home and bring it in on Monday for taste testing.
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Students use a recipe for Sherbet Punch recipe that serves 10 people made of fractions and Mixes Numbers to rewrite the recipe to serve 20 people. Fun recipe card style makes for real world learning and makes a connection for students with fractions. Included on student recipe card is a space for
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