# Teaching fractions

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Roll and Color a Fraction- A favorite from the March NO PREP Packet for FIRST GRADE!

Keep your math students' interest afloat!

❤ FREE ❤ Fun Fractions with M&Ms - Materials Needed: 1 snack pack of M&M candies (per student) My students ALWAYS love this lesson! I've successfully completed this activity with 2nd, 4th and 5th grade classes. Have fun =)

FREE! Fraction Anchor Chart Freebie and Hands-on Fractions - Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

Several ideas for the conceptually teaching of fractions with hands-on activities.

Included in this FREEBIE is a fraction FlipBook for students. I give this to my students as a reference tool. Build this with your students in one day, have them place it into their math folders for quick reference in the future when they may get stuck or just need a visual representation of a fraction, a fraction number line, or a shaded fraction circle.

Teaching fractions with play-doh! This help students visualize fraction games that will help them understand fractions conceptually.

The best way for students to understand fractions is to get hands-on experience. In this game, students are constantly building and deconstructing fractions, finding equivalent fractions, and using their fraction knowledge strategically to win. Math games are a great way for elementary students to learn! www.elementarymat...

Make teaching fractions fun with this pool noodle lesson! It's a great way to keep your elementary math students' interest afloat.

Ways to Represent Fractions: A great visual for four different ways to represent a fraction. (image only)