This mega fractions bundle contains 7 of my fraction resources, covering everything from understanding 1/2, to fractions on a number line, to equivalent fractions, to comparing fractions.
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This resource starts by have students shade pictures, shade fraction bars, and label fractions on a number line so that they can visually see 1/2 and fractions equivalent to 1/2 in a variety of different ways. Then, there are several fun activities - including a cut and paste sort, a fraction maze, and some fraction games - to help your students practice this skill and be able to name fractions that are equivalent to half quickly and without having to think about it.
Included in this packet:
-2 anchor charts
-5 scaffolded worksheets/activities that guide students in their understanding of ½ and fractions equivalent to 1/2
-2 equivalent fraction games, focusing on 1/2
In this resource, students have the opportunity to compare fractions to 1/2 using a variety of visual models, including pictures and number lines. After practice with visual models, students will compare fractions to 1/2 without that scaffold in place.
Included in this packet are:
-7 worksheets that help scaffold students so they can compare fractions to 1/2
-2 comparing fractions games to practice this skill
-Answer Keys for the comparing fractions worksheets
These activities can be used as comparing fractions workstations, homework, review, math centers, differentiated activities, morning work, and more.
The activities start off basic for beginners, and then get increasingly more difficult. This makes differentiating for the needs of your students much easier. Students start with building a better understanding of how a number line works and practicing with proper fractions with like denominators. The activities get more difficult, having students practice fractions with unlike denominators and fractions greater than 1 on a number line. Eventually, students have to practice putting fractions with different denominators in ascending order. These resources making teaching students about comparing fractions on a number line much easier.
The following is included:
-11 fractions on a number line worksheets that start easier and become increasingly more difficult (great for differentiating)
-a whole class Snowball Fight Activity
-a small group or center activity to practice
-32 task cards with differentiated answer sheets
-a fractions on a number line assessment
Help make teaching equivalent fractions easier and more understandable for your students - This unit starts with a basic introduction to equivalent fractions, and then is scaffolded with visuals to help your students master this skill as the concepts get more difficult. The scaffolding also helps you differentiate more easily. Activities, centers, and games are provided for additional equivalent fractions practice. And as an added bonus, most of these activities are no prep equivalent fraction resources - just print and go!
This resource includes:
-6 equivalent fraction worksheets that help students develop a true understanding of equivalent fractions
-a "Find the Equivalent Fraction" Scavenger Hunt activity
-4 fun mazes that can be used as centeres
-a "snowball fight" whole class activity
-3 equivalent fraction coloring mystery pictures that make great centers
These activities can be used in upper elementary for small groups, assessments/test, center activities, explicit instruction, math workshop, for special education students, for equivalent fraction stations / workstations, and more.
Fractions are more fun when you get to practice them through drawing. This activity is a great way to engage your artistic students and integrate math and art! It requires no prep and can be used as a fraction station or center.
This resource requires students to draw specific scenes based on the given instructions. In order to draw the scene correctly, students will have to use their knowledge of fractions!
Each scene has 2 different sets of instructions for differentiation. One set of instructions requires students to have the ability to reduce/enlarge fractions. The other set of instructions does not require reducing or enlarging.
This resource contains:
-6 fraction drawing instructions that do not require reducing or enlarging skills
-6 fraction drawing instructions that require reducing or enlarging skills
Students create a book about themselves using their knowledge of fractions. This all about me book is great for back to school activity for students that are already familiar with fractions, makes for a fun activity during a fraction unit, or can be used as a display for parents during Open House!
This packet includes 64 fraction cards that can be used in a variety of ways to help students have a better understanding of fractions! The fraction cards include fractions with denominators of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10. Below are some fun ways you can incorporate the fraction cards in your classroom!
Kalena Baker, Teaching Made Practical