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Students will apply their understanding of Fractions, Area and Perimeter with this 5 activity differentiated bundle! shesellsseashells

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Differentiating fraction content based on student ability is complete with this set! These supplemental activities complement various curriculum that include fractions study.**This set aligns with all 3rd and 4th Grade Fractions Common Core Standards!**

♦Activities include 2-3 tiered levels of difficulty.

♦Several activities are leveled by use of visual support.

**Fractions of a Set:**

•*Name the Fraction*: Students answer tiered questions based on array cards.

•*How Many Ways?*: Students visually divide icons into groups based on leveled questions.

•*Fractangles*: (Partner Activity) Students build array pictures based on clue cards.

**Comparing Fractions:**

•*Comparing Fractions*: Like & Unlike Denominators using <, >, and =

**Equivalent Fractions:**

•*Equivalent Fractions Builder*: Students will determine equivalent fractions.

**Fractions on a Number Line:**

•*Fraction Number Lines*: 0-1 (Blank) Halves through Tenths

•*Fraction Number Lines*: 0-1 (Determine the Fraction) Halves through Tenths

•* Number Line Talks*: Students compare and contrast number lines using Venn-Diagrams, increasing in complexity.

**Adding Fractions:**

•*Sum Fractions: Unit Fractions*: Students will determine a fraction by piecing together decomposed unit fractions.

•*Parts of a Whole*: Students use linking cubes to decompose a whole, using sums of 2, 3, or 4 fractional tenths.

•*Fraction Makers & Bakers*; Students will read recipes and answer fraction related questions.

**Subtracting Fractions:**

•*Parts of a Whole*: Students will use linking cubes to determine differences of fractions. (denominators include: tenths, fifteenths, and twentieths)

•*Word Problems*: 3 sets of subtraction words problems with 2 tiers of difficulty.

•* Rolling the Difference*: Students will use a dice to generate the numerator in subtraction problems.

**Mixed Numbers:**

•*Improper Fraction War!* (Partner Game) Students will race to compare improper fractions

•*Rolling Along*: (With Dice) Students will solve addition and subtraction mixed number problems.

•*Equivalent Improper and Mixed Numbers Sort*: Students will cut/paste equivalent improper and mixed numbers.

**Multiplying Fractions:**

•*Fraction Frenzy*: (Partner Game) Students will use dominoes and dice to generate multiplication problems, then race to solve.

•*Word Problems*: There are 3 sets of multiplication word problems, each with 2 tiers of difficulty.

**Exemplars:**

•*Like and Unlike Denominators*: There are 5 sets EACH of tired fractions of a set exemplars.

*******4 Area & Perimeter Kinesthetic and Spatial Set*******

**City Map Planning:**

This is differentiated for readiness

Level 1: Building footprints include areas whose factors are under 8. Students need to include 6 building icons on their map. Footprints are shown in rectangular array form only.

Level 2: Building footprints include areas whose factors are under 11. Students need to include 6 building icons on their map and 2 duplicates. Footprints are shown to include polygons with 4 or more sides.

Level 3: Building footprints include areas whose factors are under 13. Students need to include 6 building icons on their map and 3 duplicates. Footprints are shown to include polygons with more than 4 sides.

This pack includes:

* Student Recording Sheet (2 sided)

* Student City Map

* Building Icons (With products levels as listed above)

(Color Version and B/W Included)

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**Pentominoes:**

After students have become familiar with pentominoes, they will complete the task cards using a set of pentominoes and record their answers.

Level 1:

Solve for the perimeter values of the 12 pentomino tiles. Solve for perimeter values of 2 pentominoes put together.

Level 2:

Solve for perimeter values of 3 or more pentominoes put together.

Level 3 Challenge: For an extra challenge for your visually spatial students, encourage them to find solutions to one of the pentomino challenges, then find the perimeter.

This pack includes:

* Drawing Pentominoes Activity

* Pentominoes Challenge Activity Card

* Level 1 Task Cards with answer sheet(18)

* Level 2 Task Cards with answer sheet (12- including 1 summative writing)

* 12 Gray/Black Outlined Pentominoes

* 12 Color Pentominoes

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**Chicken Coop:**

Students role play that they work for an advertising firm that is creating a brochure for a farm equipment distribution company that sells chicken coops.

Their task is to create a brochure to highlight examples of chicken coop sizes that can be made with a given perimeter. Each level of difficulty has a different given perimeter. All students will be determining area.

* Level 1: Students are only working with rectangles.

* Level 2: Students work with polygons including up to 2 rectangles.

* Level 3: Students work with polygons including up to 1 rectangle. They will also determine the number of chickens that can live in each given coop.

There is a short writing component as well on the brochure. Brochures are printed 2-sided.

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**Leprechaun Gardens:**

In this pack, you have two different learning styles to choose from:

* Bodily/Kinesthetic

* Visual/Spatial

Students will be planing 6 rectangular garden plots using either grid paper (visual/spatial) or math manipulatives (kinesthetic). Both activities center around the same skill, but in slightly different ways.

A writing page at the end gives students the opportunity to write a letter to the Lucky Leprechauns explaining where they think they garden should be planted.

**These Bundled Activities Can Be Purchased Individually:**

Fractions Differentiated Unit {21 Activities}

Area & Perimeter Map of City Planning

Perimeter & Area Tiered Chicken Coop Design

Saint Patrick's Day Leprechaun Area & Perimeter Gardens

Pentominoes Perimeter & Area Task Cards

♥ ♥ ♥ If you choose to purchase this product, I'd appreciate if you'd take the time to leave feedback. You'll earn credits towards future purchases :-) Win, Win! ♥ ♥ ♥

~Spivey Sparks~

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♦Several activities are leveled by use of visual support.

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This is differentiated for readiness

Level 1: Building footprints include areas whose factors are under 8. Students need to include 6 building icons on their map. Footprints are shown in rectangular array form only.

Level 2: Building footprints include areas whose factors are under 11. Students need to include 6 building icons on their map and 2 duplicates. Footprints are shown to include polygons with 4 or more sides.

Level 3: Building footprints include areas whose factors are under 13. Students need to include 6 building icons on their map and 3 duplicates. Footprints are shown to include polygons with more than 4 sides.

This pack includes:

* Student Recording Sheet (2 sided)

* Student City Map

* Building Icons (With products levels as listed above)

(Color Version and B/W Included)

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After students have become familiar with pentominoes, they will complete the task cards using a set of pentominoes and record their answers.

Level 1:

Solve for the perimeter values of the 12 pentomino tiles. Solve for perimeter values of 2 pentominoes put together.

Level 2:

Solve for perimeter values of 3 or more pentominoes put together.

Level 3 Challenge: For an extra challenge for your visually spatial students, encourage them to find solutions to one of the pentomino challenges, then find the perimeter.

This pack includes:

* Drawing Pentominoes Activity

* Pentominoes Challenge Activity Card

* Level 1 Task Cards with answer sheet(18)

* Level 2 Task Cards with answer sheet (12- including 1 summative writing)

* 12 Gray/Black Outlined Pentominoes

* 12 Color Pentominoes

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Students role play that they work for an advertising firm that is creating a brochure for a farm equipment distribution company that sells chicken coops.

Their task is to create a brochure to highlight examples of chicken coop sizes that can be made with a given perimeter. Each level of difficulty has a different given perimeter. All students will be determining area.

* Level 1: Students are only working with rectangles.

* Level 2: Students work with polygons including up to 2 rectangles.

* Level 3: Students work with polygons including up to 1 rectangle. They will also determine the number of chickens that can live in each given coop.

There is a short writing component as well on the brochure. Brochures are printed 2-sided.

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In this pack, you have two different learning styles to choose from:

* Bodily/Kinesthetic

* Visual/Spatial

Students will be planing 6 rectangular garden plots using either grid paper (visual/spatial) or math manipulatives (kinesthetic). Both activities center around the same skill, but in slightly different ways.

A writing page at the end gives students the opportunity to write a letter to the Lucky Leprechauns explaining where they think they garden should be planted.

Fractions Differentiated Unit {21 Activities}

Area & Perimeter Map of City Planning

Perimeter & Area Tiered Chicken Coop Design

Saint Patrick's Day Leprechaun Area & Perimeter Gardens

Pentominoes Perimeter & Area Task Cards

♥ ♥ ♥ If you choose to purchase this product, I'd appreciate if you'd take the time to leave feedback. You'll earn credits towards future purchases :-) Win, Win! ♥ ♥ ♥

~Spivey Sparks~

Total Pages

180 pages

Answer Key

N/A

Teaching Duration

1 month

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