# FRACTION PIZZA PROJECT BUNDLE: differentiated 2nd, 3rd, 4th grade

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Are students in your class at drastically different stages in their fractional understandings and concepts? This project allows students to create the same outcome, while working on standards, concepts and skills within fractions that are rigorous FOR THEM. This could also be used in multiage classrooms, or as a school wide project.

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Engage your students in understanding and identifying parts of a whole in tape diagrams, circles, squares and in sets through "ordering" and assembling pizzas! This activity is friendly for the whole class, rigorous, and a great hands-on way to assess your students' readiness to advance to more complex fractional concepts. Students will roll the die, and identify the fraction shown to fill out their order form. After, students will use their order form to identify the fractional part of the pizza that is designated for each topping.

PRODUCT INCLUDES:
- 5 sets of dice with rigorous fraction identification (1 set of circle fraction identification - for students that need more support, 1 set of square fraction identification, 1 set of fraction identification - number form, 1 set of tape diagrams - getting ready for third grade, 1 set of fractions in a set - getting ready for third grade).
- Pizza Template
- Pizza Toppings (Pineapple, Olives, Peppers and Pepperoni)
- Order Form

YOU WILL ALSO NEED:
- Red color for the sauce
- Yellow masking tape, or another material of your choice to represent cheese

Engage your students in understanding and identifying parts of a whole in tape diagrams, sets, on the number line and in word problems through "ordering" and assembling pizzas! This activity is friendly for the whole class, rigorous, and a great hands-on way to assess your students' readiness to advance to more complex fractional concepts.

PRODUCT INCLUDES:
- 5 sets of dice with rigorous fraction identification (1 set of number lines, 1 set of tape diagrams, 1 set of fraction ID, 1 set of fractions in a set, 1 set of word problems)
- Pizza Template
- Pizza Toppings (Pineapple, Olives, Peppers and Pepperoni)
- Partitioned Tape Diagram Scaffold
- Order Form

YOU WILL ALSO NEED:
- Red color for the sauce
- Yellow masking tape, or another material of your choice to represent cheese

CLARIFICATION:
This activity was designed to incorporate questions similar to those students will see on standardized testing, which are not all about pizza. They've been based directly from published test questions. This is not a lesson solely about pizzas, but rather engages students in answering and being assessed on fraction identification and test like word problems with the final step being making a pizza. Students will use the answers on the die to fill out their order forms. Next, they use their order form to identify the fractional parts of each topping while assembling their pizzas.

Engage your students in adding fractions with like denominators; the decomposition of fractions through "ordering" and assembling pizzas! This activity is friendly for the whole class, rigorous, and a great hands-on way to assess your students' readiness to advance to more complex addition and subtraction of fractions.

PRODUCT INCLUDES:
- 4 sets of dice with rigorous, test-like decomposition questions
- Pizza Template
- Pizza Toppings (Pineapple, Olives, Peppers and Pepperoni)
- Partitioned Tape Diagram Scaffold
- Order Form

YOU WILL ALSO NEED:
- Red color for the sauce
- Yellow masking tape, or another material of your choice to represent cheese

CLARIFICATION:
This activity was designed to incorporate questions similar to those students will see on standardized testing, which are not all about pizza. They've been based directly from published test questions. Samples of these questions can be seen in the photograph in the preview of the die. This is not a lesson solely about pizzas, but rather engages students in answering and being assessed on test like questions with the final step being making a pizza. Students will use the decomposed equations from these questions to find sums. Next, they use the sums from the equations to determine the fraction of each pizza topping needed on their pizza.
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