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One installment of my fraction series...are YOU interested in learning more about teaching in a more constructivist way? Stop by and see what we've been working on!

Fourth Grade Fractions for CCSS - Shut the Door and Teach

Shut the Door and Teach: More Equivalent Fractions: Discussing Nonexamples

fraction practice. I like the directions on the side.

Use this “Freebie” as a fun way to review some key fraction concepts including fraction of a set and comparing fractional amounts--key elements in the Common Core. Students may wish to model some of the answers using manipulatives. Each child will either need a snack sized bag of candies or you could fill a small zipper plastic bag with a small amount.

Fraction poster -- we're not that advanced yet, but will need this sooner than later, I'm sure

Skittles Fraction Challenge: Free printable from tpt (from day 7 of fraction unit from The Teacher Studio0

This resource will forever change the way you teach fractions! Are you interested in making sure your students really understand the concepts? Do you value the Common Core and the Standards for Mathematical Practice? Do you think math SHOULD be fun and accessible to all students? Check this out--I really don't think you will be disappointed! My blog followers begged for me to turn my 16 blog posts into a unit--and here it is...a true labor of love!

Nautical flags are a great way to practice fractions!

How to introduce fractions to kids? What are fractions? Why do we need fractions?