Fractions Number Puzzles help students match fractions.
There are two types of puzzles. One puzzle has the fraction in five forms: word form (two forms: one half and half of), number form, and as a circle and rectangle model.
The other type of puzzle has the fraction in three forms: standard word form (one half), number, and one model. This version’s puzzles are duplicated for both the circle and rectangle models.
★ Also available in a BUNDLE with 12 other Number Puzzles.
Simple print each puzzle piece on colored paper, laminate for durability, and cut apart. I encourage students to use whiteboard markers on some pieces to add. If laminated, the whiteboard marker ink wipes off easily.
Other Number Puzzles available individually:
• Two-Digit Addition Number Puzzles
• Two-Digit Subtraction Number Puzzles
• Decompose Two-Digit Number Puzzles
• Money Number Puzzles
• Place Value Number Puzzles (Two- & Three-Digit)
• Three-Digit Addition Number Puzzles
• Odd / Even Number Puzzles
• Time Puzzles
• Fractions Number Puzzles
• Multiplication Number Puzzles
• Three-Digit Subtraction Number Puzzles
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Do you teach second grade? Interested in saving time and money? Here is a BUNDLE of all my second grade math resources.
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• Addition & Subtract Word Problems
• Mathematical Practices Partner and Group Discussion Cards
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