A creative resource to use in the classroom to teach fractions. It can be decorated however each student likes and is a great resource to make at the beginning of a fractions unit as it can be a resource that they can use throughout the week to support learning. It includes a few different layouts and 2 different font options as well as a few different front page designs. This lesson is easily differentiated and includes whole, half, thirds, fourths, sixths and eighths templates.
This resource looks at wholes, halves, quarters, thirds, fourths, sixths and eighths.
Model to students how to make the booklet. Simply cut around the rectangle on each page. Cut along the dotted lines and put the booklet in order. Teacher to staple along the very top tab and cover it wish washy tape so that it makes it secure- and also pretty!
Handy tip- I got my students to decorate their fractions pages first. For instance they might draw stripes, spots, hearts, in each different tab. Then they cut it out. This made it a bit easier as the tabs were not trying to move around this way