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Introduction to Fractions Mini Unit

February 18, 2019 No Comments

$3.00

Fractions can be fun and students don’t even feel like they are learning math when they are reading a story and doing an art project all around fractions. Math can be fun, if you do it the right way. Students love this introduction to fractions and they are easily engaged because this unit is interactive, gives a sense of choice, they get to be creative and it is fun. They even get to do art projects that look great on your Bulletin Board. Plus, I have saved you hours of planning, because all the planning is done for you.

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Fractions can be fun and students don’t even feel like they are learning math when they are reading a story and doing an art project all around fractions. Math can be fun, if you do it the right way. Students love this introduction to fractions and they are easily engaged because this unit is interactive, gives a sense of choice, they get to be creative and it is fun. They even get to do art projects that look great on your Bulletin Board. Plus, I have saved you hours of planning, because all the planning is done for you.
These fraction lessons work great as an introduction Unit to fractions for your 1st & 2nd grade students. It gets them excited about the idea of fractions, uses real world concepts like a pizza shop, they have fun and can get creative. It includes an Interactive Fraction Math Story Book which is used to do some of the lessons. It is the beginner building blocks to fractions. No more fractions in a boring math book. The students start to question, “This is math? This is so fun!”
 
Unit Includes
  • Full Detailed Lesson Plans – Even a Substitute could teach it
  • Interactive Fraction Math Story Book (In color & Black and White)
  • PowerPoint version of the Math Story Book
  • Fraction Art Projects (Looks great on the Bulletin Board)
  • Fraction Art Templates
  • Over 50 pages of learning
 
Students get to draw fractions, write them out, create with them and more.
 
These work well in whole group instruction, math centers, extended practice, independent study, independently, enrichment, or it can even be given as homework.
 
If you make copies of the book, it can be taken home to use for reading and math fun at home.
 
 
 
As always, please contact me with any questions.
 
Thank you so much,
Special Treat Friday, Heather McKinsey
 
This unit is aligned to common core standards
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