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Using Folding to Teach Equivalent Fractions

Using Folding to Teach Equivalent Fractions

Finding equivalent fractions can be a confusing concept for students.  It’s counter-intuitive to change both the numerator AND the denominator, especially if students have been working on composing/ decomposing fractions or adding and subtracting...
Comparing & Ordering Fractions: Fraction Sort

Comparing & Ordering Fractions: Fraction Sort

Sorting fractions is a great way to help students apply and solidify their understandings of fractions, especially comparing, ordering, and finding equivalent fractions.  It’s a fairly straightforward, simple activity that allows for a lot of really good, higher...
Fractions on a Number Line

Fractions on a Number Line

Kids tend to do really well understanding the concept of a number line and using it to count whole numbers.  And they also are usually able to understand basic fraction concepts.  But when it comes to putting the two concepts together- fractions on a number...
Geometry & the Fraction of an Area

Geometry & the Fraction of an Area

I love when math strands overlap and students can see the connections between them.  Fractions and Geometry overlap quite a bit.  There are three ways to think about fractions: 1. The Set Model: This model works with fractions of groups, like ¼ of 24, so ¼...