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Looking for a way to get your kids moving around the classroom? My students love our scavenger hunts, and I love the easy prep! Simply print out the pages, tape up around the room, and go!

Multiply Fractions and Whole Numbers PowerPoint Example

Daily fraction review for third, fourth, and fifth graders. This free printable works on drawing models, equivalent fractions, fractions on a number line, and solving problems. Simply add the fraction of the day and a problem for your students to solve and you are ready to go!

The students will multiply the following: - Fractions multiplied by fractions- Fractions multiplied by whole numbers- Fractions multiplied by mixed numbers Answer key is included.

Decompose Fractions~Love this anchor chart!

FREE Frantic Fractions from LeahPopinski-SumMathFun on TeachersNotebook.com - (8 pages) - Fractions: Common Core Aligned 3.NF.1, 4.NF.1, 4.NF.2, 4.NF.3, and 5.NF A fun, hands-on resource designed to help you introduce and reinforce the concept of fractions in an engaging and creative way.

### Multiplying Fractions with Models Task Cards

This matching game comes with 18 multiplication equations that involve a whole number and a fraction and a matching card that uses pictures to model the equations. This game is designed to help students visualize what it means to multiply decimals.

Please Leave Feedback!Students can practice decomposing fractions using this set of Matching cards. You can use the cards for Math Centers or for Math Stations. You can also use them to play concentration. New TEKS 2014-2015 4.3(A) represent a fraction a/b as a sum of fractions 1/b, where a and b are whole numbers and b > 0, including when a > b.

This packet contains 3 pages of great fractions races! The first race involves choosing the Least Common Denominator. The second race is adding and subtracting fractions. The final race is adding and subtracting mixed numbers! Ready, Set, Go!!!

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