Lego Fraction game: Love this example for students who are into Legos. This is a great way for students to learn commonly used fractions in an exciting way. It supports the NCTM standard of representing commonly used fractions.
I'm a visual learner and THIS would have made things SO MUCH easier! LOL I wish someone would have taught me this a long time ago so I would remember gallons, quarts, pints, and cups! This is pure GENIUS!
I could totally do this with money-- dollars on a pumpkin then popsicle sticks with bills and coins that add up to the amount. Addition/subtraction sorting - child needs to determine which sticks add up to the number on the bucket.
Fractions Decimals and Percents puzzles! - If you put it on a clear plastic square, the picture on the back will be complete. (I guess I would need 2 pieces of plastic for each puzzle, solve on one side sandwich with second piece, and flip!