Fractions as Division
CCSS Math NF.5.B.3 asks students to interpret fractions as division of the numerator by the denominator. This activity helps students to work with that idea. Students will find this center area engaging as they match improper fractions to their equal mixed number. Then they will write this equation created by matching the two on the enclosed recording sheet. I have also included a description for the teacher speaking to what this standard means and how that is related to one of the division signs that we use.
I offer this activity as a center area to be used by 1 or 2 students. This type of practice seems to have more appeal in my classroom than more worksheets.
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