In my classroom we do math centers 4 days a week. This was used as a great introductory activity. My students found it engaging as they were able to create their own fractions based on how the spinner landed. They were then able to add and subtract unique fractions, but also had to find the common denominators before they could add or subtract.
I have included several different spinner options. For durability, print on cardstock and laminate, or use the dry erase plastic pouches from Amazon or the Target Dollar Spot.
I hope you love this product as much as we love using it in my classroom.