This is a 2 paged document that explains four methods for comparing fractions (using models; using 1/2 as a benchmark, finding common numerators or denominators, and cross multiplication). Each method is broken down into the same three examples for
I formerly used Rocket Math to practice fluency but grew frustrated with students' inability to connect the operations of addition and subtraction. I created these number bond fluencies and tweaked them over the past four years in my job as a math
Instead of Rocket Math or Math Minutes, try these Number Bond Fluencies that use number bonds, allowing students to practice both multiplication and division simultaneously! Complete set includes 15 levels, increasing in difficulty.
Number Bonds are fantastic! Using them as a type of fluency warm-up has helped my students learn their facts and understand fact relationships far better than learning addition and then subtraction facts in isolation. If you like these, please check