This freebie has 4 different options for printing fraction bars. You can choose the one that is best for your class. 1) Blank Fraction Bars 2) Colored Fraction Bars 3) Labeled Fraction Bars 4) Colored and Labeled Fraction Bars I suggest using card stock to make fraction bars. Students can use fraction bar pieces as manipulatives to solve problems.
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Equivalent Fractions: Interactive Math for the Digital Classroom
5 strategies for finding equivalent fractions are covered in this digital Google Slides resource. After reviewing fraction vocabulary, students will recognize and generate equivalent fractions using fraction bars, fraction tiles, fraction number lines, and multiplication.
Equivqlent Fractions at MathPlayground.com
Free printable fraction bars in black and white and also color.
Squashing Fraction Misconceptions
Need clarification on how to teach fractions with number lines and incorporate fraction bars? Check out this post. Also included are free fractional number line activity sheets.
Foam Magnetic Fraction Bars
Checkout the "Foam Magnetic Fraction Bars" product
This freebie has 4 different options for printing fraction bars. You can choose the one that is best for your class. 1) Blank Fraction Bars2) Colored Fraction Bars3) Labeled Fraction Bars4) Colored and Labeled Fraction Bars I suggest using card stock to make fraction bars.
Foam Magnetic Fraction Bars. Fraction bars make learning equivalent fractions a snap! The nine fraction bars are color-coded for easy identification and break into perfect fractions so that students s
FREE MATH LESSON - “Colorful Fraction Bars” ....Follow for Free 'too-neat-not-to-keep' literacy tools fun teaching stuff :)
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Math Games for Kindergarten and First Grade Developing Number Sense
I made this slide so that I could import an infinite cloner of the fraction bars into any fraction lesson. The fraction bar on the right hand side is set to infinite clone. This really helps students that need the visual. I then imported this slide into "my content" on the smartboard so I could use it anytime I needed fraction bars with a lesson
There is more to this Freebie than meets the eye! I have used this game with kiddos who are in 5th grade and remedial as well as who are in Algebra 1 and need enrichment! For each problem: You MUST use ALL the numbers 1,2,3 and 4. You may NOT repeat the 1,2,3 or 4. The numbers 1,2,3, and 4 do NOT need to be in consecutive order. You may use addition, subtraction, multiplication or division as many times as you would like. Parenthesis, Exponents, Square roots, and Fraction bars ARE…