Fractions Bundle for 4th Grade: Part 1 with Simplifying and Comparing Fractions

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    1. This fraction activity bundle focuses on the fraction skills identified in the 4th grade Common Core math standards. It includes two PowerPoints, exit tickets, twelve worksheets, two craftivities, and two Concentration Games.1. Fourth Grade Fractions: Part 1: These resources focus on the first porti
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    This fractions bundle has everything you need to introduce 4th grade students to fraction concepts. These resources focus on many of the math standards related to fourth grade fractions, including equivalent fractions, simplifying fractions, and comparing fractions. Students learn how to determine the least common multiple (LCM) to simplify fractions. Then, they learn how to determine the greatest common factor (GCF) to compare fractions. The activities in this math bundle make learning fraction concepts fun and easy! Students love the activities while teachers love the convenience of these no-prep resources that can be used year after year! These activities can be used for test prep, review, or introduction of 4th grade fraction concepts.

    The standards covered in this bundle include:

    → Equivalent Fractions

    → Simplifying Fractions (and Least Common Multiple)

    → Comparing and Ordering Fractions (and Greatest Common Factor)

    → Benchmark Fractions

    What's included... To gain a better idea of everything included, please check out the individual PREVIEW for each resource:

    49-slide PowerPoint

    • Ideal for introducing these fraction concepts to students!
    • This PowerPoint can be used for three days if you plan to cover one section per day: equivalent fractions, simplifying fractions, and comparing fractions.
    • You have my permission to convert this to Google Slides, if you wish.
    • It comes with a matching companion handout (The companion handout includes both a printable version and a Google Slides version.)

    3 Exit Slips

    • Matches the three sections of the PowerPoint
    • This is included in the PowerPoint file.
    • Choose between printable and digital!

    5 Worksheets

    • Use these worksheets to practice the skills learned throughout the PowerPoint!
    • Worksheet 1: Equivalent Fractions
    • Worksheet 2: Simplifying Fractions (and least common multiple)
    • Worksheet 3: Comparing Fractions (and greatest common factor)
    • Worksheet 4: Ordering Fractions
    • Worksheet 5: Benchmark Fractions

    Fractions Craftivity

    • Focuses on simplifying and ordering fractions from least to greatest
    • Perfect for a culminating activity
    • When complete, students can color their cakes and make a craftivity that you can display in a hallway or on a bulletin board.

    Fractions Memory Game

    • Focuses on equivalent fractions and simplifying fractions
    • 36 game pieces (18 matches)
    • Simply print and cut the game pieces. Students turn all of the game pieces over, and then follow the directions to play Memory!
    • The print version can be played in a small group. The Easel Activity version can be played individually or with a partner.

    Here's what teachers like you have to say about this bundle:

    • Valerie F. said, "One of the best products I have bought! My students really enjoy working on this!"

    • Hedgehog Reader said, "Your store is one of the first places I check for resources that are complete, well-done, HUGE VALUE, on-the-mark with grade-level standards, engaging, and easy to use! My kids really "got" equivalent fractions, simplifying fractions, and comparing fractions with THIS bundle."

    • Jennifer M. said, "Excellent resource and very engaging! I absolutely love the PPT companion with the exit ticket."

    • Jamie D. said, "I love this entire bundle. I use it every year at some point during my fractions unit- either at the beginning to introduce skills, or in the middle as review as we add new topics to our learning."

    • The Teacher's Hand said, "Well, when Deb Hanson makes a Fraction Bundle 1 this great, you have to go ahead and purchase Fraction Bundle 2 also so you are complete! This bundle and Fraction Bundle 2 rocks!"

    Click HERE to check out the Fractions 2 Bundle!

    **Please note: the PowerPoint cannot be edited due to the copyright requirements made by the contributing artists (clip art, font, backgrounds).

    Copyright by Deb Hanson

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    75 pages
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    Teaching Duration
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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Explain why a fraction 𝘢/𝘣 is equivalent to a fraction (𝘯 × 𝘢)/(𝘯 × 𝘣) by using visual fraction models, with attention to how the number and size of the parts differ even though the two fractions themselves are the same size. Use this principle to recognize and generate equivalent fractions.
    Compare two fractions with different numerators and different denominators, e.g., by creating common denominators or numerators, or by comparing to a benchmark fraction such as 1/2. Recognize that comparisons are valid only when the two fractions refer to the same whole. Record the results of comparisons with symbols >, =, or <, and justify the conclusions, e.g., by using a visual fraction model.


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