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Number Sense is very important for a young child. Understanding what numbers are, what they represent and how they work together is essential for a child's development in the beginning stages of Maths.
These Fraction Families Charts are a great way to introduce fractions and how they are built to a child. They show how a number is divided equally into different parts.
So many options available for these Fraction Family Charts to help aid in Number Sense and Math Fluency with understanding those complicated fractions.
These are "a beginning stages" Chart.
Each set includes:
» Full Color & ink saving B&W Charts.
» Charts for Fraction Families:
√ 2 (halves)
√ 3 (thirds)*
√ 4 (fourths)
√ 5 (fifths)*
√ 6 (sixths)
√ 7 (sevenths)*
√ 8 (eighths)
√ 9 (ninths)
√ 10 (tenths)
√ 11 (elevenths)*
√ 12 (twelfths)
* I added PRIME numbers to show visually that the can't be divided evenly.
• Print off each Fraction Family Chart in full color or in ink-saving B&W as is to use as a reference point to children, similar to a poster.
• Print them off 4 to a page for an interactive notebook addition for fractions or just to add to a Math notebook for reference.
• Use the B&W versions for a color your own activity.
What are some other ways you think you could use this in your classroom? Leave them in the comments below so we can share the love.