# Fractions

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This is a collection of classroom math resources and teaching ideas all focused on teaching fractions in the classroom, including fraction centers, fraction anchor charts, and fraction interactive notebook resources.

EngageNY 5th grade math anchor charts for adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators.

These differentiated fraction tasks are available for FREE in the preview file of this resource....but that is not the only freebie..

Fraction word problems can be tricky for students. This post shares an anchor chart and a free sort for multiplying and dividing fractions word problems.

These fraction games for kids make math fun, interactive, kinesthetic, and social. Try one out in your classroom today. Let the learning begin!

Free math tools for grades K-5! Using math tools is a great strategy for supporting students while also promoting independence.

Looking for a great, interactive math activity? Try these Lego Fractions. A fun, visual way to see parts of a whole and how different fractions relate.

Teaching students to add and subtract fractions can get very tiresome quickly. All of the little opportunities for errors with making equivalent fractions, adding/subtracting, and just when they think they are done…boom…they may have to convert or simplify the answer. It can definitely get tedious quickly. One area that I have almost perfected (because nothing […]

120 Likes, 1 Comments - Teresa (@teachingtothetesttaker) on Instagram: “😍Loving these traceable anchor charts from @theamygroesbeck (these are from her Fractions Planogram…”

Free fractions review for 3rd-5th graders! Use these free fraction math task cards to review, remediate, or enrich depending on the needs of your students.

Before we left for wonderful winter break (and, oh, how wonderful it was), we spent a week focusing on percentages along with converting dec...

This post shares information about the two main types of situations that involve multiplying fractions and whole numbers and why teaching both types conceptually will help students. Free printable and example problem for each type included.

These visual fractions activities, complete with printable fractions anchor chart, really help children understand fractions. Visual fractions activities with printable fractions anchor chart Children need to work with concrete math experiences to build their skills. Before we can move on to mental math, abstract mathematical concepts, and ‘doing things in […]

Want an engaging way to review or introduce comparing fractions? Check out this idea that uses brownies to compare fractions in three different ways. Free printables are included so you can do this comparing fractions activity with your class.

Do you have students that struggle with fractions? Try out this daily fraction printable to build their fraction knowledge.

This post shares information about the two main types of situations that involve multiplying fractions and whole numbers and why teaching both types conceptually will help students. Free printable and example problem for each type included.

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Want a new way to practice math skills that is easy to introduce, implement, and self-checking? These Roll and Answer math activities are a great addition to any 5th grade math curriculum.To complete the activity, the students roll two dice and add the amount shown. They find that amount on the page...