For more information on how to play this card game and other great card games in the classroom, check out our blog — Nine Nifty Ways to use a Pack of Cards in the Classroom. Encourage students to create a pattern with quarters and eighths of a circle.
Once they have found all the members of their fraction team, they must sit down. What a great way to start a fraction lesson, have a discussion with your students about what is happening in this comic. I printed the fraction wheels two to page and the size was perfect for the paper plates. A resource that keeps giving… A resource that keeps giving… Fraction Card Game A great game where students create and compare fractions.
They then start dancing on half of the newspaper. Fraction Frenzy Board Game Play this Fraction Frenzy Board Game with your students to consolidate their understanding of adding and subtracting fractions.
A great discussion can take place after this game about the different fractions they created during this activity. Starting off with this super cute comic by Jeff Keane. We have everything you need right here to make learning fractions in the classroom exciting! Best played in pairs.
Finally, they fold the newspaper so that they are only dancing on one eighth of the paper. Alternatively, have them create a picture of an object using what ever part of the fraction wheels they want, then work out the total of all the parts.
Kids love a board game! Mystic Rose Art Work Have your students create a mystic rose. You can create a larger version if you download and print this template in A3. Each student will need one piece of newspaper. They can then unfold their piece of paper to see the folds in the paper.
Provide each student with a cookie. An activity kids will love doing! Provide each student with a fraction card. The book includes wholes, halves, thirds, quarters, fifths and eighths. A fun way to explore fractions around a circle by using a compass to measure the fraction out.
Again, the music stops and they fold the piece of paper so that they are dancing on only one quarter. Sort the cookies… I Have, Who Has?
Print and laminate the six cookie jars and the cookies. A fun whole class game! All you need is a pack of cards! Mix all the fractions up and have students put the fraction flowers back together. The first fraction team to find all of their correct members is the winner! Simple, easy and fun! As a class, sort the cookies into the correct cookie jars, according to equivalence.
When the music stops, the students must pick up their piece of paper and fold it in half.This equivalent fractions sorting activity is a great small group or whole-class activity to consolidate students’ understanding of equivalent fractions.
Print and laminate the six cookie jars and the cookies.
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Lesson 1: Exploring Unit Fractions. Download. 4. Operations with Fractions Unit Plan Fractions (Upper Primary) and discuss these with the students. Allow the students to ask questions about each goal and encourage them to suggest some success criteria for each.
Provide the students with a copy of the Fraction Fact File Worksheet.Download