3 fraction resources in one!
This engaging and pizza themed booklet is a great way to wrap up your fractions unit! After learning about halves, thirds, fourths, and quarters, my students were so excited to fill out their fraction booklets to show their parents and friends!
The booklet can be easily printed back to back, cut down the middle, stapled twice, then it's ready to go.
Print out as many or as few skill pages for your booklet as you'd like!
The pages are doubled and can make two books at once!
The booklet includes:
- Words to Know
-Fill in the blank and partitioning halves
-Fill in the blank and partitioning thirds
-Fill in the blank and partitioning fourths and quarters
-Dividing a collection into halves
-Diving a collection into thirds
-Dividing a collection into fourths or quarters
-Drawing and dividing halves
-Drawing and dividing thirds
-Drawing and dividing fourths
-Drawing and dividing quarters
-Color by fraction: halves
-Color by fraction: thirds
-Color by fraction: fourths or quarters
I hope your students have as much fun making their books as my students did!
The Fraction Pizzeria:
This pizzeria themed game will help you get your students excited about working with fractions. They will get to learn about and practice fractions inside of this fun, little pizzeria!
This game is set up Jeopardy style through the use of Microsoft PowerPoint. Just enter the presentation mode from the first slide!
***Please note that if you do not have POWERPOINT you CAN NOT use the file the way it was intended to be used.***
This can be done whole group or as a center with a small group. Rules are included in the game. Students will select from each category and earn 10, 15, 20, or 25 points. It will be up to you or the students to keep track of the points they have earned.
Once a question has been selected, it will fade away from the game board, even if the student has selected the wrong answer. Starting the game over will bring all of the selections back. :)
All questions are multiple choice. I encourage my students to make sure that they stop and think about each choice before choosing the one they think is correct.
This would be great to use after a fraction unit or to review fractions!
Fraction Games and Activities:
This resource includes 12 fun fraction games to give your students the practice they need in an engaging way!
Focuses on 1 whole through 6/6.
Check the preview out for more details of each activity/game.
Rolling Fraction Tasks (Partitioning and Coloring in Shapes)
Roll and Draw a Fraction
Supply Matching (Fraction of a Set)
I Have/Who Has
Skittles Fractions Activity
MM's Fractions Activity
Enjoy! - Naomi