Your students are going to absolutely love reviewing fraction skills with this slumber party themed mini-project! Students will complete four fraction tasks, all related to slumber parties. This fractions project is engaging AND rigorous, the perfect combination!
Get Students Engaged!
I printed this fraction project as booklets and made them into centers to get kids up and moving! Students were invited to wear pajamas and bring their own stuffed animals to really get the kids motivated to learn!
This project is printable and digital. A DIGITAL, Google Slides, version is also included in your download, so the project can be completed virtually or in person! The digital version includes many movable and interactive elements and is just as fun as the printable version.
What fraction concepts are covered in this project?
- Modeling Fractions
- Draw & Identify Fractions
- Comparing Fractions
- Ordering Fractions
- Equivalent Fractions
- Critical Thinking about Fractions
I used this as a review of the fraction concepts we had covered before we moved on to adding, subtracting, and multiplying fractions. My students LOVED it! I have also included the "badges" that my students earned as they completed each center. Simply cut them out and glue onto the back of their booklets!
A few notes about the project:
- This is a no-prep project! Simply print and go.
- All of my students were able to complete this project during our 90 minute math block.
- Answer key is included!
What are teachers saying about 'The Great Sleepover Challenge' Fractions Project?
"My students enjoyed this project! I used it as review for my higher level students and enrichment for my lower level students. It was perfect!" - Rebecca H.
"I used this resource to complement an online fractions unit my daughter is doing through e-learning. I'm a big fan of all of your project-based math offerings and this one had a similarly high standard. Looking forward to more!" - Mandy B.
"My kids LOVE doing this activity at the end of our Fractions unit. We use this as a "pajama day" to review for our test or celebrate the end of the unit!" Harmony D.
"This was a great end-of-the unit activity for my GT third graders. I allowed students to wear pajamas and bring a stuffed animal for the "Sleepover math". I had students rotate in groups of 3-4. Instead of printing booklets, I printed one page for each station in a page protector and had my students take a SeeSaw of their work once they finished. Loved this!" -Lara R.
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