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• Single digits, common denominators; 5 pages.
• Single digits, common denominators; 5 pages.
• Single digits, unlike fractions; 5 pages.
• Single digits, unlike fractions; 5 pages.
• Students use a geometric model to name basic fractions. This lesson works well alone or in conjunction with the "Equivalents to One" lessons.
• Students use a geometric model to name basic fractions. This lesson works well alone or in conjunction with the "Equivalents to One" lessons.
• Single digits, common denominators, some negative answers; 5 pages.
• Single digits, common denominators; 5 pages.
• Single digits, common denominators; 5 pages.
• Single digits, common denominators; 5 pages.
• Single digits, common denominators, some negative answers; 5 pages.
• Single digits, common denominators; 5 pages.
• Single digits, unlike fractions; 5 pages.
• Single digits, unlike fractions; 5 pages.
• Single digits, unlike fractions; 5 pages.
• Helps in understanding multiple representations for fractional numbers.
• Helps in understanding multiple representations for fractional numbers.
• Students practice fraction skills by doubling, tripling, and halving recipes of their choice.
• Make 8 copies of the kites and bows. Write an "answer" to a math problem on each kite. Write various combinations of math problems (that match up with each answer) on the bows.
• Not really magic-- just math fun! Numbers should be inserted so that rows, columns, and diagonals all add up to the same sum. Solve the two squares 4 different ways.
• "Color 1/2 of the shields red." Simple fractions with a medieval theme.
• Write the fractions in the correct order from smallest to largest. CC: Math: 4.NF.A.2

• Write the fractions in the correct order from smallest to largest. CC: Math: 4.NF.A.2

• Write the fractions in the correct order from smallest to largest. CC: Math: 4.NF.A.2

• "For every 3 pencils Greg has, he has 4 pens. If he has 21 writing instruments, how many pencils does he have?" 15 ratio questions. Common Core: 6.RP.1

• "He used 4 pieces of mushroom, 4 pieces of ham, 3 pieces of pepperoni, 5 pieces of pineapple, some sauce and some cheese. What was the ratio of pineapple to ham?" 14 ratio questions, with a pizza theme. Common Core: 6.RP.1