# Finding equivalent fractions

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Equivalent Fraction Rainbows for St. Patty's Day!

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Finding equivalent fractions and other anchor charts for math.

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Several ideas for the conceptually teaching of fractions with hands-on activities.

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Use a color-coded multiplication chart to help struggling students find equivalent fractions for benchmark fractions. Great for struggling learners! Includes a cuttable paper guide to help students with tracking or attention problems.

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

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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! http://www.elementarymathconsultant.com/teaching-fractions-introduce-fraction-concepts/

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This Fractions Flip Book resource will help students with fraction computation and it is simple to assemble. No gluing! Just cut, stack and staple in less than two minutes! The Fractions Flip Book has six sections: -Reducing Fractions-Finding Equivalent Fractions-Multiplying Fractions-Dividing Fractions-Adding and Subtracting Fractions-Ordering and Comparing FractionsThere are two sets in this resource.

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Keep Calm and Teach 5th Grade: Equivalent Fractions & Adding Fractions with Unlike Denominators, math anchor charts, 5th grade, engageny math module 3

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Use these quick task cards as a way to practice the skill of locating a fraction on a number line and using number lines to discover equivalent fractions.I hope that this activity helps your students practice and build their confidence in this method of finding equivalent fractions.

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