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This article describes the progression from halves, to thirds and fourths, as well as fair sharing as a means of teaching more abstract fractions to young students. Throughout the article activities are suggested to support the learning, as well as a link to a six-minute video which shows two children working on a difficult sharing situation practically with a teacher who questions appropriately to get the thinking going. Two of the activities mentioned in the article, "Happy Halving" and "Bowl of Fruit" are cataloged separately.

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Mathematics
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Activity/Lab
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NRICH
Author:
Bernard Bagnall
11/05/2013
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In this lesson students will practice creating equivalent fractions. Using manipulatives and can be done with pencil and paper. This is a face to face lesson. The program that was used for support is IReady - Grade 3 InstructionAssessment - There is an observational assessment, and then a virtual practice from boom learningThe image on the cover is a picture of my fraction tiles in my classroom.

Subject:
Elementary Mathematics
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Activity/Lab
Author:
Josalyn
02/09/2022
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This problem with multiple solutions is an opportunity for students to practice finding equivalent fractions using a visual fraction bar model. The goal is for the student to develop a deep understanding of equivalent fractions using the model in order to determine a rule for finding equivalent fractions without a model. A Teacher's Note page, hints, possible solutions, and a printable page are provided.

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Mathematics
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Activity/Lab
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NRICH
10/05/2005
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This lesson/unit is all about Fractions!  Students will access a digital learning site to explore fractions through multiple media sources.  They will watch videos, read books, play games, and visit websites all designed to help them develop a deeper understanding of fractions.  To demonstrate their knowledge, students will then work with their peers to complete a digital notebook, a hyperdoc, a jamboard, and a google form.  Students will be empowered to learn because this lesson/unit gives them choice!

Subject:
Elementary Mathematics
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Interactive
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Author:
Shannon Miller
04/14/2022
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Use these Venn diagrams to help support students in learning about fractions. They involve simplifying and comparing fractions with like or unlike denomiators.

Subject:
Mathematics
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Activity/Lab
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Maths Venn
Author:
Craig Barton
10/24/2022
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In this Nearpod lesson on fractions, students will review fractions and learn how to identify and create equivalent fractions.

Subject:
Elementary Mathematics
Mathematics
Material Type:
Nearpod
Author:
Nearpod
08/02/2021
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This three-act math task utilizes videos and questioning to help students explore working with quarters and wholes.

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Mathematics
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Activity/Lab
Provider:
GFletchy
Author:
Graham Fletcher