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Interactive Notebook for Equivalent Fractions Using Models and Number lines

Interactive Notebook for Equivalent Fractions Using Models
Interactive Notebook for Equivalent Fractions Using Models
Interactive Notebook for Equivalent Fractions Using Models
Interactive Notebook for Equivalent Fractions Using Models
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3rd, 4th, 5th
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Common Core Standards
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1.02 MB   |   8 pages

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This printable contains four models to use while teaching equivalent fractions.

Step one: Pass out page one, cut out the four squares, and glue on top of each other.
Step 2: The students figure out fraction for the model.
Step 3: Flip to next page and divide model into equal parts. The students then figure out new numerator and denominator.
Step 4: Repeat step 3, but divide up model differently.
Step 5: Repeat step 3 again but divide up differently again.

Now the students have four fractions that are equivalent.

There are four different models and four different number lines for the students to work on. Eight different fraction in all.

There are four number lines that the students can do the same procedures on.

See http://youvegotthismath.com/2016/05/13/teaching-equivalent-fractions-with-an-interactive-notebook/ for more details on how to use this product.
Total Pages
8
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Teaching Duration
45 Minutes

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Interactive Notebook for Equivalent Fractions Using Models
Interactive Notebook for Equivalent Fractions Using Models
Interactive Notebook for Equivalent Fractions Using Models
Interactive Notebook for Equivalent Fractions Using Models