Use pattern blocks to help students find equivalent fractions. Students simply take the blocks and trade them in for larger and larger blocks until they can not use any larger blocks to make the s…
Teaching Fractions with Pattern Blocks Noah would love this!
Equivalent Fractions Pattern Blocks (can extend to improper fractions and mixed numbers too!
Equivalent Fractions Kite Art Project
Equivalent kite - adapt to denominators in standards
Understanding the New Mathematics Standards and Testing
Understanding the New Mathematics Standards and Testing - This is a sea change! A must read for all parents of public school children and for home schooling parents who anticipate having their children attend public school in the future.
Use this as a journal entry
FREE App: Learn Fraction Comparison with Visual Help
Oh No Fractions - free app helping kids comparing fractions visually. Marzano Strategy: Homework and Practice
Concrete Learning for Equivalent Fractions
Math Coach's Corner: Concrete Learning for Equivalent Fractions. Lots of Standards for Mathematical Practice are embedded into this FREE activity for exploring equivalent fractions.
This set of Fractions Flash Cards includes 78 printable flash cards for teaching and learning fractions. All Fractions from to included
Fraction anchor charts will be very helpful for my math thinkers! by Amy Barber
Fractions~ Comparing, Equivalents and Number Lines
Fractions~ Comparing, Equivalents and Number Lines Mais
Fractions, Fractions, Everywhere! as seen on Third Grade Troop .create a fraction man.
Cut and Paste Math Activities for Third Grade
Cut & Paste Math Activities - great activities for almost every standard! Addresses fractions, numbers and base ten, operations and algebraic thinking, geometry, and measurement. There are two cut and paste activities per standard for most standards.
Fractions: Equal Parts vs Unequal Parts
We introduced fractions greater than one by modeling them with pattern blocks and writing them as a mixed number, and also as an imprope.
Literacy & Math Ideas: Make an Equivalent Fraction Game