Fraction Tiles 1 Free DEMO
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Fraction Tiles Lesson 1
This is an interactive lesson using Fraction tiles. This lesson is on very basic identification of fractions. Students identify and create fractions with fraction tiles. It makes an excellent introductory to fractions lesson or a good resource for students struggling to understand the concept of fractions. Purchasing this lesson will allow you to load the lesson onto a Learning Management System like Moodle, Canvas, or Blackboard. You could also load or embed it onto your class website, download it to iPad or Android devices, or use a QR Reader to quickly access it from from any mobile device. If all you have is a projector and computer, you can use the web based version with the provided link. This version is gauranteed to be ad free.
Although this lesson can be uploaded to any website, it can only be sent to a gradebook automatically when using it as a SCORM package. If you would like to test your ability to use a SCORM package, download the test file here:
SCORM Test File
Load Fraction Tiles to your website or mobile device
When played without SCORM capabilities, the results do not automatically populate your gradebook. However, the lesson can be loaded onto any website or mobile device. Feel free to embed the lesson in your class website or download it to the class iPads. Directions are included with purchase.
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This lesson is intended for use by the teacher purchasing the lesson. It can be used for multiple classes and an unlimited number of students under the supervision of that teacher only. The lesson can be loaded to the teachers course in an LMS or the teacher's class website, but cannot be loaded onto a school website intended for all students to use. If you would like to have this lesson on a school website, contact me for details about obtaining a school-wide license.
The complete lesson includes the lesson, guided practice and 20 independent practice problems for students. There is a worksheet with independent practice problems if you prefer students complete work on paper.