# Finding equivalent fractions

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Here's a nice set of posters on equivalent fractions.

Real Teachers Learn: Equivalent Fraction Rainbows for St.

I Have, Who Has Time to the Hour and Half-Hour by Teaching Little Miracles- could change for a grouping activity

The best way for students to understand fractions is to get hands-on experience. In this game, students are constantly building and deconstructing fractions, finding equivalent fractions, and using their fraction knowledge strategically to win. Math games are a great way for elementary students to learn! www.elementarymat...

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Sixteen pages of printable cards, showing equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages. Use them on a classroom display board or for a range of practical Maths activities!

Directions: Have students pair up. Spin the spinner. While the spinner is spinning, have students come up with as many equivalent fractions as they can. The fraction they are trying to find equivalent fractions to is written on the page. There is a blank page without any fraction written.

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.

This bundle includes practicing addition within 20, subtraction within 20, fast facts, finding equivalent fractions, creating number sentences, probability, and line plot activities! What's Included: Fidget Spinner

Roll and Color a Fraction- A favorite from the March NO PREP Packet for FIRST GRADE!: