## Another Great 4th grade fraction resource

Here is a great 4th grade fraction resource. Copy and paste to view.

http://maccss.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/file/view/4thGradeUnit.pdf

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## More Fraction Resources

Here are some fraction resources!

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## More on Double Numberlines and Fractions

Here are some examples of modeling subtraction of fractions with double numberlines. Remember that with any model, teach it in the whole group, practice it in small guided math groups and math workstations.

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## Using Double Numberlines to Teach Fractions

Here are some great resources for using double numberlines to teach fractions! This is another CCSS named model. Definitely teach this with the whole group, in small guided math groups and have the students practice them in math workstations.

Link 7

Link 8

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## Fraction of the Day: Guided Math and Math Center Activities

Fraction of the day is a great routine. Jennifer Findley did a great graphic organizer! I have extended the concepts based on the math CCSS. To do this routine, you take a fraction like 3/4 and you have the students do some or all of the following:

1. Decide if it is in simplest form

2. Add 1/4; Draw a model

3. Subtract 1/4; Draw a model

4. Add 1/2 (You want students to realize that this is easy…just decompose 1/2 into fourths); Draw a model

5. Subtract 1/2 (see above); Draw a model

6. Multiply it by 3/ Write a story to go with your equation

7. Compose/Decompose it …like 3/4 = 1/4 +1/4 + 1/4 or 3/4 = 1/2 +1/4

8. Divide 3 by it / Write a story to go with your equation

9. Draw it on a Numberline….Is it closer to 0, 1/2 or 1

10. Draw it as a set and/or as the area model

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## Fraction Games and Activities: Great to do in Guided Math Groups or Math Workstations

Academically rigorous games keep students motivated! Play them in guided math groups and in math workstations. Be sure to have the students to discuss what they are doing and why they are doing it! Talk matters.

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## Adding and Subtracting Fractions: Games to play in Guided Math groups and Math Workstations

Here are some more great fraction resources, especially for teaching adding and subtracting of fractions. Remember to do fractions all year long. You can use some of these in guided math groups and in math workstations.

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## Fractions in Math Workstations and Guided Math Groups

Here are some great resources to guide your work in Guided Math Groups.

Resource 1 (MUST READ RESOURCE)

Resource 2

Bonus Resource (fraction spinner)

*Also remember to look at my Fraction Pinterest Board!

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## Equivalent Fraction Packet

Here is a great equivalent fraction packet. In the math CCSS children begin to informally look at equivalent fractions in grade 2 and then more formally in grade 3.

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## Great Place Value Packet Including Fractions and Decimals

This is a great packet to use for guided math lessons and math workstation activities!

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