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## Build a Caterpillar (FREE 20 – 50 Number Work)

Has it started to feel like spring in your area?? This week our weather has been warm, sunny, with a chance of green showers. Once spring hits a thin layer of green pollen covers EVERYTHING, and our excitement over the sunshine is often diminished as everyone...

## FREE Equivalent Fraction Pattern Block Task Cards

*This post contains affiliate links from Amazon and other bloggers     Our fun with fractions is continuing this week. My boys are young (4 and 6), so my only goal for them is to understand that a fraction is equal parts, and that the numerator tells them how...

## Oh No, Fraction Man – An Equivalent Fractions Card Game

This equivalent fractions card game is a fun way for children to practice equivalent fractions using numbers, models, and number lines.     There is giggling. A slight sneaky smile. And of course the groans. All fo this from a simple game….the game of Old...

## The Perfect Fraction Book Printable to Introduce Fractions and Fraction Vocabulary

This fraction book printable is a wonderful way to introduce fraction vocabulary words and visual models to your students.     Making a fraction book doesn’t seem like a big deal, but my boys loved it. I guess the cutting and pasting made this activity a...

## Five of My Favorite Foods To Use When Teaching Fractions With Food

Teaching fractions with food is a natural way to begin any fraction unit. Check out my five favorite foods, and get a free printable that will also help you introduce equivalent fractions with food It is finally time for one of my favorite math units!!...

## Shape Calendar Pieces

*This post contains affiliated links   March first is here, and to open up a new month I’m providing one more set of FREE calendar pieces. Here are a few other calendar pieces that are already up, and hopefully I will continue to add...

## How to Teach Division of Whole Numbers Leading to Answers with Fractions

It really surprised me. They were completely baffled, The problem had seemed simple, but the looks i was getting let me know I was wrong. It really wasn’t as easy as I had thought. There are 4 rabbits, but you only have 3 carrots. How...

## 3D Shapes STEM Robot Challenge

The free printable can be found at the END of this post. Click on the blue “get your free printable here” button.   I want my little ones to have chances to explore, be creative, and be problem solvers. With that in mind, I’m trying to...