Everything students need to create an interactive notebook reference for Adding and Subtracting Fractions.
Students draw and write notes related to adding and subtracting fractions with like denominators AND with unlike denominators. Practice problems, notes and answer keys ncluded These notebook pages address part of common core standard: 5.NF.A.1.
A great addition to your 4th and 5th grade math curriculum
and for differentiation.
These notes are great before practice activities with fractions such as:
- Add and Subtract Fractions: Practice and Review Activity
- Addition and Subtraction of Fraction Word Problem Task Cards for Scavenger Hunts
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- Decimals: Addition and subtraction of Decimals Practice and Review (6.NS.B.3)
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- Fractions: Fraction Multiplying and Dividing (6.NS.A.1)
- Division: 2- and 3- digit divisors Practice and Review (6.NS.B.2.)
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