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This is like your own little fraction addition calculator! Use it for checking fraction addition problems, or when just beginning teaching to help kids grasp the concept a bit!
The dial has three different circles. I printed mine each in a different color to add contrast and to help know the difference between each one. Each one has a slit in it so it can overlap and spin. One circle has 6 sections and includes the fractions with three and six in the denominator. One circle is divided into 8 sections and includes fractions with four and eight in the denominator. The large one is divided into 24 sections and has 24 as the common denominator.
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