Fractions as Parts of a Whole: I Have/Who Has Game
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- This bundle contains 6 resources for teaching fractions and decimals. With number lines or other pictorial representations in all the products, they're great for building deep understanding. The bundle price is like getting one product FREE!!BE SURE TO VIEW THE PREVIEWS OF ALL OF THE RESOURCES!WHATPrice $25.59Original Price $32.74Save $7.15
Students need extensive experiences with concrete and pictorial models of fractions to develop a deep conceptual understanding. They also need to understand that either the shaded or unshaded region can be named by a fraction.
In this popular whole-class or math center game, students match a symbolic description of a fraction (either the shaded or unshaded region) with the corresponding pictorial model.
Includes 30 cards and two printables for practice or assessment.
Common Core Alignment
3.NF.1--Understand a fraction 1/b as the quantity formed by 1 part when a whole is partitioned into b equal parts; understand a fraction a/b as the quantity formed by parts of size 1/b.
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