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Introduce adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators by finding a common denominator with this notebook set that aligns to the Texas TEKS and Common Core fifth grade math standards.
All pieces are designed to fit perfectly in your students' notebooks or composition books and include a comic strip, a problem solving practice activity, and a four question, test-prep style formative assessment. Check out the preview to see everything included!
- Comic book style notes
- 4 problem solving questions
- 4-question quiz
- Google Slides digital interactive version
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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