Fractions using Pattern Blocks

Fractions using Pattern Blocks
Fractions using Pattern Blocks
Fractions using Pattern Blocks
Fractions using Pattern Blocks
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Includes:

-A chart illustrating what each individual pattern block in comparison to a hexagon as the "one" would be.
-Names and corresponding pictures for the following four shapes: hexagon, trapezoid, rhombus, and triangle.
-12 activity cards for identifying what fraction of the whole is shown.
-Corresponding worksheet for students to record their work.
-Answer Key
-Activity card that has 6 questions; each question wanting to know, for example, how many triangles make up a hexagon?
-Corresponding worksheet for students to record their work.
-Answer Key

Directions:

-Use page 1 as a mini-lesson/introduction to fractions using pattern blocks.
-Cut out and laminate the shapes on page 2, and display as a reference for students learning the names of the pattern blocks.
-Cut out and laminate the activity cards on pages 3-5. Distribute to students and have them record their work on page 6.
-Answer Key is provided on page 7.
-Cut out and laminate the activity cards on page 8.
-Copy page 9 and cut out cards so that each student has their own.
-Give each student an activity card from page 8. They can record their work on the copy from page 9.
-Answer Key is provided on page 10.
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13
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Fractions using Pattern Blocks
Fractions using Pattern Blocks
Fractions using Pattern Blocks
Fractions using Pattern Blocks