These colorful fraction kites will brighten up your room/boards! It's simple - you have the kids choose five colors they want to use on their kite grid. They make their own design. After, on the ribbons, they have to find what fraction of the kite is the corresponding color. I had my students create a multiplication equation from the grid array so they could find their denominator. Then, after they found each fraction for each color, they had to order the fractions from least to greatest.
This kite activity hits Common Core standards from Operation and Algaebaic Thinking and Numbers and Operations for Fractions.