1.02.2012

Fraction Fun!

This packet is full of Fraction FUN! In this unit you will find... 3 anchor charts {fraction, numerator, & denominator}, labeling fractions activity with anchor chart and worksheet/assessment, fraction book for teacher, mini fraction book for student {with a cut and paste activity}, fraction bookmarks, fraction line chart with an activity/assessment, memory game, fraction sort, story  problems, task cards (for independent work), 5 practice worksheets/assessments, & 2 Numerator/Denominator Charts {vertical & horizontal}.

Here are some of the activities available:

I am really excited to give them their fraction bookmarks tomorrow! 
They will think they are pretty neat! ;)

And since I love you so much, click here to download the Fraction Sort as a FREEBIE! 
If you like it, then be sure to check out the whole packet

Here is the completed Fraction Fun unit:
 

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BTW: This unit completes my math wall {located at the front of my classroom where all my students can see it}. If you want your math wall to look like this, you can purchase the fraction unit here, graph posters here and download the double-digit addition/subtraction posters for free here!

You can also download the "Math Wall" banner for free {click here}! 
Just print onto brightly colored card stock, cut out and tape onto thin string. 


How do you teach fractions to your students? Do you have a math wall?

29 comments:

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    Thanks!

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  2. I was looking at your awesome freebie and noticed something - it should be "fourth", not "forth"!! :)

    Marvelous Multiagers!

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  3. Awesome looking unit! Love your Math wall.

    Leslie

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  4. Looks fantastic!

    Jennifer
    jenniferlalsip@yahoo.com
    The First Grade Dream

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  5. @ Jill! I just got it corrected! :) Thank you for letting me know!

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  6. Just like everything else you make, it looks great! :) This is my first year in second and this looks great for my kiddos! When I taught third, we did lots of sharing activities as we were dividing fractions.
    Lisa
    StoriesFrom Second

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  7. Love your math wall! Would LOVE to see pictures of your whole classroom sometime. =]

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  8. If I taught math I would purchase it right now. :)

    Ms. M
    Ms.M's Blog
    A Teacher's Plan

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  9. This unit looks great! I love your products! :)

    Sweet Times in First

    sweettimesinfirst@gmail.com

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  11. Unit looks great! Thanks so much for the freebies!

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  12. Thanks for sharing! I'll be starting a fraction unit in 3rd grade in a couple of weeks. This will be a great intro!
    P.S. I started a new teacher blog - Teaching With Style!
    Nicole

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  13. Thanks for the freebie!
    I LOVE LOVE LOVE your bulletin board. It is so pretty. Educational too, but I love the prettiness the most.
    And I don't teach fractions. A few years ago they took them out of the first grade standards and then threw some other stuff in there and I thought I'd still expose my kids to them at the end of each year but I always run out of time. It's sad. I enjoyed fractions. With pizza. And pie.
    A Teeny Tiny Teacher

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  14. This looks great! Your Math Board is awesome and so visually appealing!! I'm sure it's a great resource fo your students.

    Jodi
    fun-in-first.blogspot.com

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  15. Like all your units, this one is just as cute! I will definitely be purchasing :) Great job! :)

    Lisa :)
    http://madeintheshadeinsecondgrade.blogspot.com/

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  16. I absolutely love your math wall! So bright, looks like it would make math fun!

    www.classyconfessions.blogspot.com

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  17. Love it! I am totally buying it! Thanks for all your great units!

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  18. Love this unit!!
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    darlininfirst.blogspot.com

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  19. I am so serious when I say - you make me want to teach 1st grade!!!

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  20. I love this! Specifically, I love how your units are so nice and clean looking without using a ton of my colored ink :) Very nice touch and something that will keep me coming back to your work!

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    Jamie at 2nd Grade Stuff

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  21. Just wanted you to know that I love this packet! I bought it this morning and I just blogged about the wonderful contents! ;) Happy new year!

    Amber
    http://teachinglazenby.blogspot.com/2012/01/recent-happenings.html

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  22. When I teach fractions I use funny voices. So for denominator I talk in a really deep Arnold Swarchenegger (Terminator) voice. Then I use an itty bitty baby voice to say numerator. It helps my kids remember that the denominator is the BIG number, pieces in all and the numerator is the little number. :) Cute unit!

    youcanmakethesunshineanytime.blogspot.com

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  23. Love your fraction unit! You are the best and I am still totally in awe of all that you do and I wonder how you do it all... but really THANK YOU for your time and dedication for the help you give us all! I linked your fraction unit up with my blog... I hope you didn't mind! You are awesome and I just have to share the LOVE!

    Tara
    harpleysuperstars.blogspot.com

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  24. Thank you so much for sharing the math wall banner!! I LOVE it! Exactly what I needed!

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thanks for the love ♥

 
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