Lisa Johnston

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Who does't love a FREEBIE? 24 Task Cards to practice addition and subtraction of fractions and mixed numbers with unlike denominators.

Adding and Subtracting Fractions and Mixed Numbers : Practice addition and subtraction of fractions and mixed numbers with unlike denominators with this set of 24 task cards.Includes answer key and recording sheet.Aligned to CCSS grade this product?

These colorful fraction kites will brighten up your room/boards! It's simple - you have the kids choose five colors they want to use on their kite grid. They make their own design. After, on the ribbons, they have to find what fraction of the kite is the corresponding color.

Bulletin board idea that aligns with and It's simple - you have the kids choose five colors they want to use on their kite grid. After, on the ribbons, they have to find what fraction of the kite is the corresponding color.

Getting students (and teachers!) hooked on teaching fractions is all about keeping students engaged in deep thinking. Check out this post with an easy trick to try to get more thinking,more math talk, and more understanding!

Learning how to navigate fractions can be tricky--and many students have only a basic understanding of how to place fractions on a number line. Check out this p

This FREE Adding Fractions Bump Games contains 2 different bump games to help students practice adding fractions with like and unlike denominators. These bump games are so simple to use, and take a minimal amount of prep. Simply print out the game sheet, get 2 dice, and 20 counters, and you'll be ready to go! Check it out at www.games4gains.com.

This FREE Adding Fractions Bump Games contains 2 different bump games to help students practice adding fractions with like and unlike denominators. These bump games are so simple to use, and take a minimal amount of prep. Simply print out the game sheet,

Equivalent Fraction Race

Math center for fractions Equivalent Fraction Race: two students each roll a dice. Write two numbers as a proper fraction, then both students race to write all the equivalent fractions they can create for that fraction.