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Students will practice adding and subtracting fractions with like denominators using objects, models, and number lines. They will also be able to determine the reasonableness of sums and differences using benchmark fractions to estimate.
Teach the fraction addition and subtraction with like denominators with models that build to the number line and properties of operation. This mini book will help you create a guided lesson using manipulatives, strip diagrams, and number lines to model addition and subtraction for your 4th grade math class. This set also covers the estimation of sums by using reasonableness and benchmark fractions. This set of notes and activities is aligned to TEKS 4.3E and TEKS 4.3F.
This set includes:
► Adding and subtracting fractions interactive mini-book
► Reusable "Spin & Roll Fractions" adding and subtracting practice activity
► Estimating fractions with benchmarks flip book
► Is It Reasonable? practice activity to use with the flip book
► 4-question multiple choice assessment
► Full answer key and teacher guide
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These notebook materials require minimal cutting and pasting, but maximum learning! I love using interactive notebook activities with my students, but many of the engaging activities for the notebook involved so much cutting and gluing. Especially for some students with less than fantastic cutting and folding skills, getting the notebook activity ready could take longer than the actual instruction! I wanted something academically relevant and rigorous but easy to cut, fold, and glue. That is what inspired this series…Interactive Mini Books!
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