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This practice page is designed to be used as a cooperative learning activity.
Students take turns with their partner identifying the fraction greater than one and mixed number represented by each number line. The partner checks, coaches and praises as necessary. The two partners then switch rol

Students are given 5 number lines that they are asked to partition into fractions. The number lines are all greater than 1, showing students what fractions larger than 1 look like on a number line.
This product is aligned with the 3rd grade fractions common core state standards but is a great reso

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This 20 slide lesson introduces students to the concept of fractions greater than one using models and number lines.
Slides 2- 9 use fraction circles to model fractions greater than 1. These slides also address student misconceptions about fractions. For example, two circles divided into four parts

This download includes:
-12 Task Cards for students to identify fractions greater than one
-Recording Sheet for accountability
-Cards to use as a Memory/Matching Game
-Assessment Page

This Mega Pack has everything you need to teach Mixed Numbers, Improper Fractions, and Fractions on a Number Line.
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*Understanding Fractions Part 2 flipchart:
(This flipchart can also be used with Smartboards or other IWB if you download ActivInspire—it’s free. See below for directions)

Dr. Seuss inspired Task cards
Great way for students to practice fractions greater than 1
Set of 24 task cards along with different recording sheets for students to use
Options include having students write:
-improper fractions
-mixed numbers
-improper fractions and mixed number
Answer Key is als

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If your students are like mine, they easily mix up fractions like 2/1, 4/2, and 2/2. This lesson explores the relationship between these three types of fractions and allows students the opportunity to determine which is the largest and smallest fraction. At the end of the lesson, there is an activit

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In this activity, students will receive a baggy of Froot Loops. Depending on the number of students depends on how many the students will get. I had 28 students so I gave each student a baggy of 10 fruit loops. The students then separate the Froot Loops into groups by colors. Using the number of Fro

Students will explore fractions greater than a whole using this unit. Activities include cut and paste (2 pages), and coloring to match the fraction name. Students will use concrete models to explore and demonstrate fractional pieces greater than a whole. Texas TEKS 2.3A and 2.3C are specifically ad

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This video is one of a series (all 5 minutes and under) which align to the 5th Grade Common Core Math Standards. This particular video relates to 5.NF.5b "Explaining why multiplying a given number by a fraction greater than 1 results in a product greater than the given number (recognizing multiplic

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During this prezi students are introduced to improper fractions. They are guided in understanding what the numerator and the denominator states in a improper fractions. Then students are asks to create improper fractions with numbers to explain the pieces and parts of visual items and to create mode

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This Ppt focuses on teaching to the CCSS CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NF.A.2
Compare two fractions with different numerators and different denominators, e.g., by creating common denominators or numerators, or by comparing to a benchmark fraction such as 1/2. Recognize that comparisons are valid only when the

This second fraction assessment will assess student's knowledge on fractions greater than one. Using this resource, teachers can see what students need to learn to master each of these fraction standards (the greater than one piece of the standard, there is another assessment for fractions less than

These interactive fraction activities are customized for your Google Classroom and/or 1:1 classroom. Students will practice representing fractions greater than one with picture models and number lines using moveable pieces. #tptdigital
Replace paper/pencil assignments with colorful, interactive d

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Also included in: Fraction Bundle: Digital Activities for Google Classroom

This product includes a Fractions Greater Than 1 Google Slides Game. I created this product to guide math instruction through a Learning Management System and/or Google. These engaging games could be used in a variety of ways, including pre-assessing, whole group instruction, reviewing, small group

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Students will work their way around the room using QR Code Clues!
This QR Code Scavenger Hunt can be used for review, enrichment or remediation. Students can work independently, in pairs, or as small groups.
Hang the clues around the room and students will use/solve the clues given to move to the

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Converting Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions
Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers
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This product applies the partial products strategy of multiplication to multiplying fractions larger than 1.
This resource includes:
- Review of partial products using whole numbers
- Complete step-by-step example
- Step-by-step example with blanks for students to fill in with notes
- Multiplying

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Great graphic organizer to help scaffold for your students what fractions greater than 1 whole look like when represented by pictures, number lines, and the fraction itself. Each section is blank so your students or you can add in fractions, can complete the picture or number line first and then hav

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This PowerPoint goes over third-grade standard 3.NF.A.3 parts a, b, and c for equivalent fractions and expressing whole numbers as fractions. Throughout the PowerPoint, students see various representations of equivalent fractions and fractions greater than 1. In addition, this PowerPoint includes

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24 task cards!! Fractions can be so hard for our students, especially when we start throwing in fractions greater than one and mixed numbers. While these concepts can be difficult and confusing at first, with some practice, your students can master converting from fractions greater than one and mix

This is a simple quick resource to provide an easy visual strategy for students to change an improper fraction (fraction greater than 1) into mixed number. There are also pages for extra practice.

If you are looking for a fun and engaging way to incorporate art into teaching “fractions greater than one” to your students, here it is! Have your students apply their fraction knowledge
Copy the different pages of this packet so that everyone has the following pieces:
-Chef Hat
-Smile Face
-N

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This worksheet guides students through the steps of comparing fractions greater than one using common denominators strategies.

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