# Fraction Fans Fraction of the Day

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3-5
Number of Pages:
15
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\$4.00

## Description

This fraction of the day set is great for teaching 2nd, 3rd, or, 4th grade about unit fractions and building non-unit fractions. Use it for math centers, small group instruction, or to start off your fraction lesson when doing whole group instruction. I chose to make this for my 3rd grade classroom, because I wanted a fun math resource that would help my students develop an understanding of fractions as numbers as we studied the 3rd grade Eureka/ Engage New York Module 5 lessons. I knew I could do this in an engaging, and easy to understand way. Use this handy resource with my YouTube videos

-5 Fraction Fans: One each for 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/6, and 1/8 with answer keys included

Each of these has practice:

*seeing how many parts there are in the whole

*writing the fraction

*writing all fractions with that denominator between 0 and 1 on the number line

*Using the number line to identify fractions equivalent to 1/2 (when applicable)

*filling in fractions of a whole number

*creating a whole out of fraction parts with a number bond (ex. 1/3 and 2/3=1)

-3 fill in your own fraction sheets with 6, 8, and 10 as the fill in number.

These each have:

*sectioning the parts and filling in how many parts there are in the whole with reminders of numerator and denominator vocabulary

*writing the fraction

*writing all fractions with that denominator between 0 and 1 on the number line

*Using the number line to identify fractions equivalent to 1

*filling in fractions of a whole number

*creating a whole out of fraction parts with a number bond (ex. 1/3 and 2/3=1)

This is an entertaining, ready to go, NON-WORKSHEET resource.

This product supports Common Core Standards (CCSS):

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