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Use this “Freebie” as a fun way to review some key fraction concepts including fraction of a set and comparing fractional amounts--key elements in the Common Core. Students may wish to model some of the answers using manipulatives. Each child will either need a snack sized bag of candies or you co
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This is a fun way to teach naming, modeling, and comparing fractions! Students use skittles as manipulatives. Students will also graph their skittles into a bar graph and picture graph.
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Introduce adding fractions with like denominators with this fun, hands-on, tasty activity. Skittles Fractions-Adding Like Denominators introduces the skill of adding fractions with like denominators using Skittles. This lesson was a hit in my 4th grade math class. Product includes worksheet of addi
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Have your students practice fractions with a tasty treat. This hands on learning experience will surely be one your students will enjoy. (Mine sure do!)
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Ready for some hands-on, "real-life" experience with fractions, estimation and graphing? With SKITTLES candy! What could be more fun than edible math? This unit includes: -Teaching Notes -Estimation -Data Collecting with options* for either Fractions alone or Fractions & Percents together -
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This skittles fraction lesson is a great hands-on learning lesson for students! Each student receives a pack of skittles. After sorting, and counting by color, students will be able to see the color fractions that make up the whole bag! Example Included! Extension Activity Included: I have includ
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Each student should be given a mini package of skittles. The students will first count their skittles and draw a picture of how many and what color they are.This will help if they do not finish the packet in one sitting and need to return to the packet at a later date. The student will then write ea
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Most students cringe when they first start learning about fractions. When you incorporate skittles into the lesson, it is more enjoyable and tasty for everyone. With this skittles worksheet, students learn about basic fractions, adding fractions, subtracting fractions, probability, and numerator and
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A fun, interactive way to incorporate candy with fractions! This set includes activities with fractions using Skittles. Practice identifying fractions, representing fractions in different ways, and comparing data while enjoying a sweet treat! Standards Covered -Partitioning Shapes/Representing frac
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If you are looking to motivate your kids or spark their interest in fractions... give them candy =) Give each student a mini bag of skittles (easy to find and allergy friendly) and let them explore using this worksheet. It can also be used a fun assessment at the beginning of a study.
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4 sheets to practice fraction skills through the excitement of candy. Students will need to calculate fractions, compare fractions, and create numbers lines. There are two "levels" of the sheet for differentiation.
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This task allows your students to have fun while demonstrating their understanding of fractional parts.
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In this activity each of the students is given 20 skittles at random. They have to insert the amount and colours into their table. The object of the investigation is to then try and work out the fractions, decimals and percentages of each of their different colours of skittles. Their are a series o
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Use fun-sized bags of skittles to help students understand decomposing fractions. They must also write to explain and relate fractions to real-world career choices!
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An exciting activity working with fractions and a fun treat at the end. You will need fun-size bags of Skittles, this worksheet, and a writing utensil. Students love this activity and it helps them solidify their understanding of fractions!
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Fun with Fractions! Students use individual bags of Skittles to solve problems with fractions and graphing.
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Students are each given an individual size packet of Skittles. Students are asked to do particular operations pertaining to fractions. Individual and whole class data.
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This is a super fun worksheet that can be used as either independent practice or as a mini-lesson to teach fractions. The students will need a copy of the worksheet, individual bags of skittles, a pencil, and markers/colored pencils/crayons.
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These three worksheets have your students using a FUN size skittle bag to explore fractions, graphing, and comparisons. Fun to use during St. Patrick's Day. You will see I used the color blue even though it is not seen in the skittle bag for the concept of 0. We hope you enjoy and have a lucky mo
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For use with Skittles Fraction Chart. DISCLAIMER: Graphics were copied from "images" on Google. They were NOT created by me.
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Starting a unit on fractions? Here's a great activity to get kids involved in labeling and understanding of basic fractions.
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Students sort a bunch of skittles by color. They put the skittles in the big boxes. Then they write the fraction of each color in the small box.
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Using a pack of skittles make Fractions, convert to decimals ans\d percents and if they finish early they can do the probability.
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Students use a small bag of skittles to find the fraction of each color. Then they can convert their fractions to decimals and percents.
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