Laminate and cut out for students to practice creating shapes with other shapes (i.e. using triangles to make a rectangle). This product includes shape puzzles (puzzle is darker color, pieces are lighter shades) with two options. First, shapes
Practice counting carefully (images are small) and writing through the teens. Students can count how many flowers are on a tree and record the number on the line in the bottom right corner of each box. This can be used as an assessment for teen
This fractions infographic is perfect for bulletin boards or for students to keep in their folders as a vocab cheat sheet, or fraction bar resource. I printed this as a poster and posted on my bulletin board!
Students will choose from two survey questions to ask their classmates to collect data. Both questions require fractions as answers. Students will then create a line plot using their collected data and analyze it by answering questions.