Fractions Poster Set - Intermediate

Item: 159059

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Make Fraction Concepts Easy To Understand With Graphic References And Step-By-Step Instructions

This poster set provides clear, simple steps students will be able to duplicate independently as they learn how to work with fractions. Fun illustrations helps students create equivalent fractions, reduce fractions to their simplest form, and change improper fractions into mixed numbers. The Activity Guides include supporting reproducibles and ideas for math centers.

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Extend understanding of fraction equivalence and ordering; build fractions from unit fractions by applying and extending previous understandings of operations on whole numbers.
  • 2 posters
    Size: 24" by 19" each, laminated

  • 1 poster
    Size: 19" by 24", laminated

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5 Stars

I work at an after school facility that tutors grade school age students with their homework. This poster is placed right next to the dry erase board. The size is perfect and colorful and attractive. Kids find it very useful, when they forget what to do when they are working on improper fractions. It explains well. I hope in the future you can provide this poster in Spanish. I also am a homeschool mom/teacher and I am always adding new vocabulary to teach my kids at home some math terms in Spanish.
By Afterschool tutor & Spanish Homeschool teacher from , TN
4 Stars

Good idea!

The snowman will help the students remember the mixed number outcome.
By 6th grade math from , AR