Friday, 11 March 2016

Fraction Posters

Pizza Fractions

Fraction PostersFraction posters with pizza slices: circle fractions are conceptually the easiest types of fraction representation for students and students can relate to pizza. Each fraction poster shows the pizza fraction picture, fraction numeral, fraction word name and simple definition. This file also includes numberlines for different fraction families and pizza themed bulletin board accents to dress up your display area with the pizza theme. The posters themselves can be made into a matching activity by cutting apart the bottom sections and letting students match them to their respective fractions above. You can also print these out at six or nine posters per page and use them as flash cards or a memory game. This is available here in a 37 page PDF file from my TpT collection.

Fraction sorting   Fraction numberline


These posters can be used as a teaching tool for comparing and sorting different fractions according to: the grouping of unit fractions, fraction families, and the matching of equivalent fractions, fraction numberline placement, ascending and descending order, and by sorting any two fractions by greater than, less, than or equivalent.

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