Use these activities to reinforce fraction knowledge and skills. They can be used in small groups or guided groups for focused instruction. Differentiate your centers and activities based on skills and knowledge, and help build your students' confidence with fractions.
What is covered: 1/2, 1/3, 2/3, 1/4, 3/4
What is included:
1.My Book of Fractions: a customizable book for students to make to show their knowledge of fractions. Includes different options depending on skill level: circle or square shape for fractions, shapes are blank or are divided according to the fraction.
2. Fraction Dice: a fun way to practice showing fractions. Students roll the dice, then record on their sheet the fraction they landed on.
3. Spin and Cover/Colour/Color: can be used as a work mat or worksheet. Students spin, then colour or cover the picture that represents the fraction they landed on.
4. Spin and Colour/Color: students spin, then colour in the shape according to the fraction they landed on.
5. Spin and Show the Fractions: these work mats are great with play dough! Students spin and then show the fraction they landed on.
6. Fraction Task Cards: students pick a task card, then record the fraction that the picture represents. An answer key is included to easily check students' work.
7. Fraction Word Problems: students pick a task card, read the problem, then record the fraction that answers the questions. a PowerPoint presentation is also included with these word problems in it. You can use this presentation to do this activity as a whole group if students are not able to read the task cards on their own. Great for introductory lesson, review, or to test students' skills
8. Fraction Posters: use these posters to help students identify fractions. They can be used as visual reminders, or they can be used to make anchor charts.
9.Cut and Paste Fractions: a great activity to use as an assessment. Students cut out the pictures and match them to the corresponding fraction.
10. Fraction Puzzles: students have to match the pictures that represent the same fraction.
Please note- these activities are geared toward Grade 1 students, and would be difficult for kindergarten-level students.
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