Fractions Unit Computer Center Practice Page.
Do you have a student or students who need extra practice with Fractions and are looking for a way for them to practice independently? Then this PPT Show file will be perfect for you. Simply unzip the file and save it to your computer desktop. Open the specific one for your student, or tell them which one to open (they are labeled as the CCSS for easy organization). The file will pop up full-screen and you student can get to work.
All fractions standards addressed
Equivalent fractions including patterns of equivalent fractions and reducing fractions to lowest terms.
Comparing and ordering fractions
Adding and subtracting fractions including fractions with mixed and like denominators
Decimal notation of fractions
On each PPT Show file you will find:
Title of Standard (to help you stay organized)
I Can Statements
A simple diagram or picture example
A video link to a lesson teaching the topic
A guiding essential question (answer in notebook, for example)
3 Online interactive activities for more guided practice
3 Online interactive activities for independent practice, which take the learning further
A lesson essential question to confirm whether or not the student has grasped the concept
This type of practice is perfect for intervention and/or extra practice after the test for students who didn’t get it.
Check out the preview file for more details and to see the setup to make sure it will meet your needs.
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