Fantastic Fractions


I am confident about comparing fractions whether or not they have like denominators. I'd like to learn more about Mixed Numbers by viewing a video at Brain Pop.* I'd like to do a word search with fraction vocabulary. I would like to play a game with fractions and equivalent decimals. I want to play equivalent fractions bingo
I'd like to review the basics of fractions by viewing a video at Brain Pop.* I would like to play a game to try to recognize which fraction is different from the others. I'd like to learn about fractions in Ancient Egypt. I'd like an activity that works on fractions as part of a group. I'd like to work with converting improper fractions to mixed numbers.
I'd like to practice ordering fractions with unlike denominators. I think that working with virtual manipulative fraction pieces would help me better understand fractions. I want to design a fraction flag. I want to play a game with equivalent fractions. I want to practice subtracting fractions.
I want to play a game that will help me compare fractions by giving me pictures. I want to listen to a song about equivalent fractions. I'm ready for a challenging problem using fractions in a recipe. I'd like to compare fractions and percents. I want to learn about how fractions are used in real life.
I love music and want to see how fractions are used in music. I'd like to practice some fraction skills with an interactive online tutorial. I'd like to play a jeopardy game that links fractions, decimals, and percents. I think that working with fraction rods can help me learn about comparing fractions. I'd like to practice adding fractions with unlike denominators.


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