Practice fraction sense by comparing fractions, and help your children to solidify their understanding of the concept. If your child is struggling, then try this FREE Comparing Fractions Activity! This activity is great for teaching your children critical thinking (an essential skill!). It’s more appropriate for partners or groups, so it’s perfect to use in […]
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Do you dread teaching fractions, especially addition with fractions? What about fractions with unlike denominators? Don’t worry, it doesn’t have to be confusing and hard! Make it fun with this FREE Adding Fractions Game from Math Geek Mama! This fun, hands-on game helps kids to visualize fractions and make sense of adding mixed numbers by […]
Looking for a fun and easy way to help kids deepen their understanding of fractions? This free cut and paste set helps kids add and subtract fractions because they have a visual aid to work with! Then, they solve it and paste all the problems and models under the correct solution. For other fraction resources, […]
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Perfect for teaching math to your Star Wars loving child! Here is a FREE Stormtrooper Fractions pack. Click here for more free math resources for homeschoolers!
Because fractions can be hard sometimes, this reference pack is a handy way to review and explain the basics. This FREE Fractions pack from The Canadian Homeschooler includes pages that cover: What are fractions? Adding fractions with common and different denominators Subtracting fractions Multiplying and dividing fractions Mixed numbers Whole numbers as fractions Fraction Bars […]
Hop over to 3 Dinosaurs for these Free Fractions, Decimals, & Percents Bookmarks. Each bookmark shows the fraction, decimal, and percent. There are 14 of the most common fractions, decimals, and percents. Click here for more free math resources for homeschoolers!