With the Common Core Standards, students need to be able to recognize all the different ways to represent a fraction. This will give your students the practice they need. A set of 36 fractions is provided, one for each week of the school year. Post the fraction each week and students will come up with as many ways as they can think of to represent the given fraction. This can be done in a notebook, or using post-its on the board. You can decide to have a daily discussion, or discuss all the responses at the end of the week.
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Fraction of the Week
by Christine McLaughlin
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