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# Math - Fractions

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It was a busy week for me! Report cards were due and we had two nights of conferences. My son’s football team made it to the state championship game and WON! Whew! So, we are starting to get deeper into the content of fourth grade and we are beginning the first of many “mini units” […]

After weeks and weeks of working on it, I finally finished my Fraction Printables for 4th Grade. I started out creating printables to use to bridge my curriculum and the Common Core Standards. In the end, I ended up with over 80 pages, complete with teaching pages, worksheets, word problems, quizzes, and a final assessment.…

Are you ready for Common Core? If you are nervous, please don't be. A variety of teaching ideas will be posted to make the transition to Common Core much easier. This blog post provides fun hands-on ideas to teach the Common Core Math Standards and most particularly the Common Core Number and Operations Fractions section of the standards. CCSS.4.NF.A.1, CCSS.4.NF.A.2, CCSS.4.NF.B.1, 5.NF.A.1, and more standards. Many of the Common Core Standards want students to be able to understand math…

These are some of the posters I'm using for CCSS 4NF4 and a poster that my students use to help them when they respond in their reader's response notebook. Everytime I introduce or review a part of the Reader's Response Notebook I create a poster and an anchor for students to refer to because they need that visual model as a guide. I have found that CCSS is much more detailed than just using an algorithm to solve a problem. It's about how the math works. My students had difficulty with…

Fraction comic- could use for unit introduction and let kids write about it. Introduces equivalent fractions too.

Equivalent fraction anchor chart (picture only)

Hey there! We began our unit on fractions this week! I'm feeling really behind, but hopefully we will get it all in, and if not, my hope is that my kiddos will at least know what I've taught them REALLY well! We shall see!! We started by reading the book Hershey Fractions and using Hershey bars to create equivalent fractions and parts of a set. You can read more about how I use this book HERE. Friday, we made our own fraction strips. We do have fraction bars as part of our manipulatives, but…

Zooming in on a Number Line

MissMathDork: middle school math made FUN!: Loved that Lesson: Fractional reasoning on a number line!!!

MissMathDork: Fractional reasoning on a number line!!!

I am thrilled to guest post over at Teach Mama today for her Rockstar Sunday series! Today I talk a little more about making connections between fractions and food. I hope you’ll check out h…

I am thrilled to guest post over at Teach Mama today for her Rockstar Sunday series! Today I talk a little more about making connections between fractions and food. I hope you’ll check out h…

An important part of being a flexible mathematician is knowing that one size does not fit all. In other words, mathematicians use different strategies depending on the situation. A good […]

We tell our students that equivalent means equal, but do they really know what equal means? Do they know that equal means the same amount, and not necessarily the same number representing that amount? We