Students take turns playing "war" using a deck of cards and a pencil to act as the fraction line (or provided printable fraction cards). The pair of students must then decide who has the larger fraction based on the four
This product includes four different themed pages with real-world problems using rational numbers. Each page has five questions for students to solve and an opportunity for the student to write their own problem.
This poster can work as a visual support for the entire class, or be placed in a resource folder for a struggling student. It gives a general pattern on how to multiply fractions, and then gives an example.
Minds in Bloom is happy to present this guest post by Kim of Teaching Math by Hart. We just know you're going to love this post on journaling in math class! When I first introduce journaling to my students in my class, I generally hear comments like, 'Are
Fraction to Decimal - I'm glad I don't teach math, but I like this in case things change in the future. "Cowboy Method" for turning a fraction into a decimal. Good visual way to explain how the denominator divides into the numerator