4th Grade Fractions
Books, songs, poems
Multiplying a fraction
Fraction strips are a great visual to help students understand fractions, compare fractions, and find equivalent fractions. Gigantic Fraction Strips come in four different sizes to give students a visual/hands on way to master fractions.Included in this download:Directions11 x 17 Fraction strips in color and B&W8.5 x 14 Fraction strips in color and B & W8.5 x 11 Vertical Fraction strips in color and B & W8.5 x 11 Horizontal Fraction strips in color and B & WThe Gigantic Frac...
Free word problems to introduce fraction equivalence. Use this free math lesson during whole group instruction. A FREE fractions activity to introduce equivalent fractions. #mathworkshop #3rdgrademath #4thgrademath #5thgrademath #mathcenters #mathgames #MathTechConnections
If your students enjoy learning through music, they'll love Numberock's beautifully melodic Equivalent Fractions Song. Infused with Latin rhythms and upbeat tempos, this song will get your class up and moving while developing a deeper understanding of fractional values and equivalence.
Introduce equivalent fractions using fraction tiles! Everyone in your class will have a set of fraction tiles. Just print the pages and pass them to your students to cut and store. When your lesson on comparing fractions comes up, just have the students retrieve there sets and start comparing and finding equivalent fractions.
Need extra practice with fractions? This equivalent fractions game printable is the perfect way to challenge kids to find an equivalent fraction and match it to the visual model! By exploring multiple representations, kids will deepen their understanding of fractions and equivalent fractions. Grab this cute free game and enjoy 2 different levels of challenges!
Fraction tower cubes are the perfect manipulates for upper elementary students to explore fractions. Use them for hands-on learning to introduce equivalent fractions, comparing fractions, mixed numbers, and even adding & subtracting with unlike denominators. Sides on the cubes display fractions, decimals and percentages. Use them with task cards for independent student practice, or as part of your small group instruction. Fraction tiles help students recognize that fractions fit together to