Teaching Fractions

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Working with Fractions

by Education Development Center EDC

Sal's Pizzeria. This lesson is aimed at grades 5-6. Those students in grades 7-9 including students with disabilities, who are in need of more experience or practice can benefit from these lessons.
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Fraction Operations

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Using pattern blocks to think about fractions. This lesson is aimed at grades 5-6. Those students in grades 7-9 including students with disabilities, who are in need of more experience or practice can benefit from these lessons.
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From Fractions to Decimals

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This lesson explores how to convert fractions into decimals. This lesson is aimed at grades 5-6. Those students in grades 7-9 including students with disabilities, who are in need of more experience or practice can benefit from these lessons.
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From Decimals to Fractions

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This lesson explores how to convert decimals into fractions. This lesson is aimed at grades 5-6. Those students in grades 7-9 including students with disabilities, who are in need of more experience or practice can benefit from these lessons.
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Resources

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This video introduces the basics of adding and subtracting fractions by solving several simple equations.
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This video introduces the basic rules for multiplying fractions and solves several example problems.
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This video introduces the basic rules for dividing fractions and solves several example problems. It also re-enforces rules learned in the multiplying fractions video.
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Fun with Fractions

by Melissa Webber

This unit will introduce the concept of fractions with activities and lessons that cater to visual, auditory, and tactile learning styles. Students will create fractions with a variety of manipulatives, solve problems with fractions, play games with fractions, and explore fractions in their everyday lives. The unit will also integrate language arts, as students write fraction stories and read literature related to fractions. Students will gain an understanding of basic fractions, including 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, and whole. Students will learn key vocabulary words: whole, fraction, numerator, and denominator. Students will understand how fractions relate to their everyday lives. Lessons include: Lesson #1: Introduce Whole and One-Half Lesson #2: More about One-Half Lesson #3: Practice with One-Half Lesson #4: Introduce Numerator and Denominator Lesson #5: Going Beyond One-Half Lesson #6: Making Fractions I Lesson #7: Making Fractions II Lesson #8: Comparing Fractions I Lesson #9: Comparing Fractions II Lesson #10: Fraction Bingo Lesson #11: Fraction Matching Game Lesson #12: Writing a Fraction Story I Lesson #13: Writing a Fraction Story II Unit Resources include: Vocabulary Cards Problems of the Day Pizza Cut-Out Sheet One-Half Practice Sheet Candy Activity Sheet Candy Fractions Activity Sheet Clay Fractions Activity Sheet Comparing Fractions Activity Sheet Fraction Circles Bingo Caller Cars Bingo Game Board Fraction Matching Game Pre-Writing Graphic Organizer
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This centers-based lesson on comparing fractions with like denominators is designed for two-days of 45-minute lessons or one-day of a 90-minute lesson block. The lesson provides differentiated instruction using the H.O.P. Centers Framework. H.O.P. stands for Hands-On, Open-Ended, and Practice which are the themes for each of the three centers in the framework. Lesson structure is designed using brain research principles. In this lesson students will learn how to compare fractions with like denominators with a short engaging lesson, hands-on activity utilizing play doh, practice writing about a word problem using fractions with like denominators, and engage in tiered practice of the concept.
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