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This fun activity helps review fraction operations learned in 5th grade with pizza! All students need is a pizza box (or poster board), and they are ready to tackle this yummy project :) Topics reviewed: Reducing Fractions Writing Equivalent Fractions Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying & Dividin
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This is a perfect project to go with your Fraction unit! It looks great on any bulletin board, open house or back to school night. Questions are formulated for higher level thinking and force the students to go back and review their chart.
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This project has a 2nd grade and 3rd grade version included. For this project students are required to create a pizza based on various guidelines. These guideline are based on common core state standards for fractions (appropriate for either grade level). Students are also required to answer a numbe
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Are students in your class at drastically different stages in their fractional understandings and concepts? This project allows students to create the same outcome, while working on standards, concepts and skills within fractions that are rigorous FOR THEM. This could also be used in multiage classr
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Use this worksheet as a planning sheet for a group project to wrap up a fractions unit. * Break students into groups and have them decide what pizza toppings they will use to represent different fractions. * Check in with a teacher and start building pizzas (real or cardboard!). * Have student
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This is a super fun third grade project for students to reinforce writing fractions, equivalent fraction, and fraction word problems. This helps students to make real world connections with fractions. I did this project as an optional homework assignment and my students loved it and learned a lot.
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Students create their own pizza, using the topping of their choice. Students have to decide what topping will go on what fraction of the pizza, and must simplify their fraction to simplest form afterwards. This could be used as the final project or as the planning page to create a life like pizza ou
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Your kiddos will love this project! I was able to get FREE pizza boxes from my local pizza place, and we used random craft supplies as toppings. You gotta love a project that doesn't cost you any money!!! Student instructions and rubric included!
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Perfect for extra credit or a summative project.
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Project Based Learning (or PBL) math supports critical thinking with authentic multiple step real life problems. This activity has students taking their classmates pizza orders and using a menu to add up totals. Students will be required to add, subtract, multiply decimals, and interpret fractions.
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Also included in: PBL Math Project Based Learning Growing Bundle

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This yummy pack is sure to excite your students! Students will get to make a pizza "order" and create the order with printable toppings. Included: *8 pages of blackline toppings to be printed on construction paper (bacon, pepperoni, red/green peppers, black/green olives, mushrooms, white/purple onio
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Fraction Pizzas- Mama Mia, Mama Mia!Your little chefs will be serving up fractions any way they like it....all while incorporating math and writing skills! The focus of this lesson is to use art to teach fraction, decimal, and percent equivalents.Prior to teaching this lesson, I like to read the sto
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This is an excellent week-long homework project (or a 2 hour in class assignment) where students create a pizza and divide it into 8, 12 or 16 slices. They then follow the directions to create different fractional parts with different toppings. Following this, they answer pizza story problems relate
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In this activity, students will explore equivalent fractions through pizza creation. Students get to become a pizza chef and create their own pizza! They will decide how many pieces to divide it into, what toppings to add, and what fractions they will represent. This is perfect for a homework pro
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Students will create their own pizzeria! They may do this independently or in small groups. Students will design 4 pizzas within a given budget. They are told how much each topping costs for 1/4 of a pizza. They will then create a description and determine the cost of each pizza. Students will
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This is a copy of simplifying fractions with something I did called pizza fractions. Preview is missing parts of lesson that you get once you buy it. This is a lesson that takes places over several days and the students work groups.Students will understand fractions are part of a whole, how to simpl
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This project centers around the idea of a pizzeria. There are 8 different components to this project. Teachers can pick and choose which components to do or use some as extension activities for fast-paced higher learners. This project is developed for grades 3-5 and can be changed for those grade le
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This is a great resource for fractions. Included is an assessment you can give as a pre/post assessment or as a quick formative assessment. Included is almost a pizza project. Students create their own pizza with their own toppings. When they finish, they clue the is into a small pizza box, an
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Pizza Business: Project BundleThis includes everything you will need for this project for both students and teachers.Travel Project PowerPointThe PowerPoint includes everything ready to go for the student assignment. It is useful to display on the board when looking at certain sections of the projec
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Are you looking for a fun, hands-on fraction project? Your students will enjoy putting together their very own pizza, and you can assess what they know about fractions while they do it. It's a WIN WIN activity!!! This activity deals with fractions, equivalent fractions, and creating fraction word
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A fun project for students to create while demonstrating their knowledge of adding fractions. Students are given an order number and have to create the pizza that the "customer" asks for. I used an old cardboard box and cut out a 12" diameter circle to act as the actual pizza. I used red constructio
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Perfect for 3rd and 4th grade! These fraction pizzas will help students practice what they learn in a fun way! Included: Student Work Pages Pizza Templates (whole, fourths, eighths) Student Examples Teaching Directions
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Grab some personal pan pizza boxes and load them with fractional pieces for your students to manipulate. Patterns for whole, halves, thirds, fourths, sixths, and eighths included. Students can practice identification of fractions, comparing, ordering, and more with this hands on tool. Great for wh
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Students will create a pizza with toppings that will cover certain fractions of the pizza. You will need to provide the toppings to your students, but feel free to use the directions/rubric sheet.
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