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Fraction Bingo

fraction bingo - students make their own boards. You can take it a step further by calling out addition and subtraction problems, equivalent fractions, percentages, and decimals for students to solve/convert.

Beyond the grades...: Math Key Words.  Brilliant.  I love the ownership concept for the students.  If it's theirs - they want it!

Beyond the grades.: Math Key Word Charts love using add and subtract for first grade

Buzzing with Ms. B: Dun Dun Dunnnn. Fractions. *Freebie!

I love Using Flip books! I have used flip books for fractions, exponents, equations. Inside of fraction flip book

Fraction cartoon…great to use with second and third graders…then have them write a paragraph about her thinking, and explain why it is not correct. ....Follow for free 'too-neat-not-to-keep' teaching tools & other fun stuff :)

Fraction comic- could use for unit introduction and let kids write about it. Introduces equivalent fractions too. Goes great with our first fraction lesson.

Fraction Chart to link with decimals and percents

fraction, decimal, percent chart - I don't teach math but this makes me want to!

Fractions Are Fun! {Throwback Tuesday} on Wednesday |

Fractions Are Fun! {Throwback Tuesday} on Wednesday

Fraction Operations Flippable- Grab it FREE! This is such an awesome Flippable! My kids and I are working our way through it, and it's so many information in one sweet little bundled package.

Art fractions math

fractions flip book-- cut each page into the fraction and have kids label accordingly-- great to teach parts of a whole & equivalent fractions

Math anchor chart

Place Value at Every Grade

Place value anchor chart - Wonderful! I have always used houses and streets to explain place value, now someone has made an anchor chart that I can "borrow".

Kinesthetic activity for teaching place value. Love these place value games!

Human Place Value - love the ball as the decimal point. Try using this idea with converting in metric system. Have students wear numbers and another student moving decimal point.