# Woody's Domino Fractions

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●Option 1
○Students will use Dominoes to create fractions. They will use the smaller number as the numerator and the larger number as the denominator. The students will then add their two domino fractions together.
●Option 2
○Students will use Dominoes to create fractions. They will use the smaller number as the numerator and the larger number as the denominator. The students will then determine if the fraction is greater than, less than, or equal to the other fraction. As an extension, the students could make multiple fractions and put them in increasing order.
●Option 3
○Students will use dominoes to create fractions. The students will use the smaller number as the numerator and the larger number as their denominator. The students will then write two equivalent fractions for the fraction they have just found. For example, if they have a domino that reads ¾, the students must find two equivalent fractions such as 6/8 and 9/12.
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