This resources is very versatile and can be used with many different standards. I used in my 3rd, 4th , and 5th grade classrooms when working with fractions on a number line, adding and subtracting fractions, and line plots. The number lines can also be used when working with adding and subtracting whole numbers.
Creating a number line with fractional increments can be challenging, especially when you are just starting to understand fractions. This resource will help you explain how to create a number line with fractional increments by interpreting the line and using visual models to help label the fractions.
Students who are familiar with rulers will find that they are also an exceptional tool to use when trying to conceptualize this concept.
These number lines can also be utilized when working with finding equivalent fractions. Instead of depending on the accuracy of student drawings, they will have premade lines at their disposal.
Line Plots are taught in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade. These number lines can be used to who whole number of fractional line plots, to show the Frequency of Data and solve related problems.
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