IDENTIFYING FRACTIONS: VISUAL REPRESENTATION

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Use these 32 task cards to help your students identify fractions and their visual representations. Moreover your students can engage in three fun activities with these cards.

WHAT’S INCLUDED
✓ Fraction Picture Cards
✓ Fraction Number Cards
✓ Fraction Wall
✓ Recording Sheet
✓ Answer Sheet

FRACTION SCOOT
There are many variations to the game. Here’s one:
→ Lay cards around the classroom. When the teacher calls ‘scoot’, students pick up a card and write their response on the provided Recording Sheet. Students can only move when ‘scoot’ is called out. If the student does not finish solving the problem on a card, he/she can continue to spend more time on it, but must wait till the teacher calls out ‘scoot’ again. You can also have this as a silent activity where students move around quietly solving all the task cards without the teacher calling out ‘scoot’.

⇒ Have some work ready for students who finish quickly. I usually have a game on the interactive whiteboard ready for students to play silently as a whole class as they finish.

⇒ Students who take long to finish may have a buddy to help them.

FRACTION MATCH
Students match the fraction number cards with the corresponding visual representation cards. You can place these cards in your math centers for students to match or have them hold a card and find their ‘matching’ partner.

FRACTION WAR
Deal out the fraction number cards or fraction picture cards or both to 2- 3 students. Each student places one card at a time on the table. The student who has the biggest fraction gets to keep the cards. At the end of the game, the winner is the one with the most cards.

⇒ Students may use the fraction wall to compare fractions.
⇒ You may vary the game to include the smallest fraction.
⇒ If there is a draw between players, they put down the next card to identify the bigger fraction.
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If you are focusing on interactive notebooks this year, you will find a resource on fractions here:
FRACTION FUN {INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK COMMON CORE ALIGNED}

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Need more fraction task card activities, click on the link below:
COMPARING FRACTIONS {DIFFERENTIATED TASK CARDS

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Tags
fractions | visual representation of fractions | identifying fractions | fraction scoot | fraction games | fraction activities | fraction match
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IDENTIFYING FRACTIONS: VISUAL REPRESENTATION
IDENTIFYING FRACTIONS: VISUAL REPRESENTATION
IDENTIFYING FRACTIONS: VISUAL REPRESENTATION
IDENTIFYING FRACTIONS: VISUAL REPRESENTATION