|We used our Fractions of a Pizza game to review our previous fraction identification work. A bit to easy for the bigger children but still fun for the younger.|
I cannot say enough about the usefulness of our fraction circles. We used them to review addition and subtraction of fractions and then moved on to finding equivalents and reducing fractions.
|I love this picture, my boy is so handsome plus this is what homeschooling a boy is like, he has to have a monkey on his back, a shirt over his head, sounds coming out of his mouth and feet rocking something.|
|reducing fractions with a homemade booklet|
We also used our Fraction Contraption game to find equivalents.
I quickly realized when we moved on to multiplying and dividing fractions that K was not going to keep up so I provided her with a few activities of her own like this fraction match up activity:
We also used videos from Kahn Academy and Study Jams to introduce or review concepts as needed.
We are currently in our operations rotation using the peg board, stamp game and small bead frame, I'll share about that soon.
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Have a happy week!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11