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• UT.MATH.3.NF.3.a - Understand two fractions as equivalent if they are the same size, or t...
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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.

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Elementary Mathematics
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Author:
Josalyn
02/09/2022
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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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Shannon Miller
04/14/2022
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This problem consolidates children's understanding of halving in a spatial context and will help them to develop their powers of visualization. The students are given four different shapes and the goal is to divide them each into two parts that are exactly the same. The Teachers' Notes page offers rationale, suggestions for implementation, discussion questions, a link to an extension activity, Same Shapes (cataloged separately), and a link to a simpler activity, Halving (cataloged separately).

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Mathematics
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NRICH
04/05/2002
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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
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