FREE Adding Fraction Puzzles

If you have ever taught adding fractions to children you have probably seen this. 1/4 + 1/4 = 2/8 Even in a classroom filled with fifth-grade students, I’ve seen this. And every time this equation floats across my desk, or wiggles in the air on...
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Recognizing Fractions Game

Want another game to have up your sleeve for when you are teaching fractions? Well, you are in the right place.   This post contains affiliated links This game is very simple to prepare, and requires a little bit of strategy and fraction knowledge to...
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Oh No, Fraction Man

  *This post contains affiliated links   Have you ever played the game Old Maid? My mom found this game at a garage sale, and the boys have enjoyed playing it. As I watched them play this game, I couldn’t help but think how fun...
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Multiplying Fractions on a Number Line Game

    I’m so excited about this next game that allows students to explore fractions, number lines, and multiplying even more. At this point, you have hopefully completed two interactive notebooks in regard to multiplying fractions on a number line. Step by Step instructions to...
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Multiplying Fractions with a Number Line

*This post contains affiliated links I want to quickly share another resource you can use for teaching multiplying fractions on a number line. This is a different type of interactive notebook, where you create a number line using step by step directions that are already prewritten...
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Decimal of the Day

*This post contains affliated links. I enjoyed doing the fraction of the day so much, I decided that my next two post would be other calendar pieces you could use based on the needs of your students. Going right along with fractions, I created a...
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