This mini bundle of resources focuses on Fractions, and was developed using the most of the 4th Grade Common Core State Standards.
- a 72-slide interactive PowerPoint
- a PowerPoint Worksheet Companion (so students can follow along as you progress through the PowerPoint with their own papers they can write on)
- 5 Exit Slips (matching the five sections of the PowerPoint)
- a CRAFTIVITY (that focuses fraction story problems, decomposing fractions, and improper fractions)
- a Concentration Game: Matching Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers
The PowerPoint is highly interactive. After a brief review of the terms "numerator" and "denominator", there are five main sections to the PowerPoint:
1. Adding and Subtracting Fractions
2. Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers
3. Decomposing Fractions
4. Multiplying Fractions (this section includes slides on improper fractions and converting them to mixed numbers)
5. Decimals and Fractions
Each section contains MANY practice opportunities!
(The PowerPoint is also fully animated, so that answers do not appear on the screen until the teacher has clicked the mouse.)
The craftivity is an ideal follow-up activity! Students begin by completing a worksheet that contains story problems that require addition, subtraction, and multiplication of fractions. The second worksheet reviews decomposing fractions and converting improper fractions to mixed numbers. After students complete the worksheets, they use their answers to display on their craftivity. The completed projects can be hung on a bulletin board or in the hallway- they create a fun display that shows passers-by exactly what you have been learning in your classroom.
Please take a moment to check out the PREVIEW!!
Also, feel free to click on the following links and take a closer look at any of these resources and view their individual PREVIEWS:
Fractions and Decimals PowerPoint based on 4th Grade CCSS (plus a bonus PowerPoint Companion and 5 exit slips!)
Focusing on Fractions Craftivity
A Memory Game: Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers (and vice versa!)
Feel free to check out Part 1 by CLICKING HERE.
**Please note: the PowerPoint cannot be edited due to the copyright requirements made by the contributing artists (clip art, font, backgrounds).
By Deb Hanson 2015
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