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#### To Half or Half Not

Jump into equivalent fractions using these fun scenarios for mathematicians to solve. First, they use geoboards to find different ways to divide a rectangle in half. Then, an alien from the planet Fractional is after one half of their...

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#### PIZZA = "Fractions: Any Way You Slice It!"

Who doesn't love pizza! Explore and investigate the relationship between fractions using pizza. Third graders will compare equivalent fractions using paper pizza slices. They also define equal fractions by comparing fractional parts to...

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#### Pizza Fractions

Fraction circles are a handy tool to use when reviewing fractions. Students draw various fractions on their paper using the fraction circles as a reference. They draw a picture of a pizza and divide it so everyone in their class can...

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#### "Pizza"rama With Fractions!!

Young mathematicians explore number values by utilizing food as a visual aide. They discuss the differences between halves, fourths, and eighths and how they are visually represented by a pizza. Then create their own pizza in class and...

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#### Fraction Representations

Children watch as the teacher cuts paper pizzas into two sections. One is evenly divided, while the others are obviously not equal. From this demonstration, students discuss the concept of "half." They solve problems related to their...

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#### Halves And Fourths

Young learners start out by going to the board to draw lines through shapes to identify halves. Then they are given a square of paper and are directed to fold the paper into halves and then into fourths. They color the halves and fourths...

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#### Pizza Fractions

Here's an activity for learners to complete, no pencil required! There are two pizzas (one on each page) and a guide that tells your learner how to divide the pizza. A great way to review fractions without having to put pen to paper.

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#### Interpreting Division of a Whole Number by a Fraction—Visual Models

Connect division with multiplication through the use of models. Groups solve problems involving the division of a whole number by a fraction using models. The groups share their methods along with the corresponding division and...

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#### Bigger fraction, smaller fraction, how can you tell?

Young scholars are introduced to how fractions can be ordered in that some are larger than others (such as a paper pizza). They practice solving word problems with fractions and determining equivalence among fractions. A variety of...

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#### Try A Pizza Theme Week

Pupils explore all the things they could do with a pizza. They become aware of food groups and nutritional needs, make decorated cardboard pizzas, interact with pizza slices and fractions, create stories to go along with their cardboard...

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#### Equivalent Fraction Activities

Spin the wheel of the fraction contraption and learn about equivalent fractions! After constructing their own spinners, kids use printable pizzas to represent fractions that are equal in value.

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#### Pizza Fractions

Students investigate relationships among fractions and use cut out pizzas and fraction circles to compare equivalent fractions. They exchange fractional parts of construction paper pizza circles to use as many different fractional parts...

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#### Pizza Fractions

Everyone loves pizza! Learners define fractions and use manipulatives to calculate fractions. Kids cut circles to represent various fractional parts of a pizza. Some accommodations are included.

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#### Let's Do Pizza

Students complete a variety of activities to list the ingredients in pizza and identify the food groups in pizza. They sing the song, "I Am a Pizza" by Charlotte Diamond, draw a food pyramid, and make English Muffin pizzas.

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#### Concept Attainment – Fraction Fun!

What's an example of a fraction? What's a non-example? Learners use the four-step concept attainment model (introduction, hypothesizing, analysis, and application) to a lesson on defining and identifying fractions.

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#### Fraction Fun

Students explore fractions. In this fractions lesson plan, students use paper plates to identify fractional parts. Students label each part of the fraction on the correct portion of the paper plate.

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#### Fractional Parts With Pattern Blocks

Third graders use sheets of paper to fold into different fractional parts and use fraction terms correctly. In this fractions lesson plan, 3rd graders identify fractions for halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, and eighths.

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#### Fraction Fun

Third graders cut and manipulate paper plates to demonstrate fractional parts of a whole and a mixed number. They demonstrate and discuss halves, thirds, and fourths.

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#### Pizza Fractions

First graders identify a whole and the fractions 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4 using pizza. This is a very nice lesson, in that not only do students practice their fractions, they also get to eat the pizza at the end of the lesson!

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#### One Fourth

In this fraction worksheet students read story problems and write the answer as a fraction. They also draw a picture to help explain their answer.

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#### Pizza Fraction

The students are given a pizza box, and they create a construction paper pizza with the slices representing different fractions. They work with a friend comparing and contrasting the different fraction sizes. The students complete the...

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#### Fractional parts with pattern blocks

Students learn the that the fractions 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/8 are part of the whole by using pattern blocks and folding paper. In this fractions lesson plan, students identify the fractions by folding paper into parts, and using...

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#### Pizza Party

Students explore the concept of fractions through use of hands on activity. In this lesson about fractions, students will work together in small groups with a round piece of paper, or pizza, and cut the pizza into pieces. Students will...

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#### Pizza Anyone?

Students, in groups, create models of pizzes and divide them, usin Unifix cubes, into fractions.