Do you need hands-on fraction activities for your third graders, fourth graders, or fifth graders? These free fraction task cards will challenge and extend thinking while building a deep understanding of number relationships. Perfect for differentiation and math workshop! They also provide many possibilities for creativity, individual answers, and math writing.
Here’s what some teachers who have used these task cards say:
Pattern Blocks encourage investigation of relationships among the shapes and are a fantastic tool to help students develop deep understandings about fractions. They provide a visual image which is essential for real understandings of fraction algorithms.
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