Fraction Fun with Art

I am loving all the hands-on math we're doing in our classroom right now. I'm trying to keep the momentum going while the end-of-the-year craziness sets in as the students anticipate summer break. I have to be honest and admit I'm counting the days 'til summer break too. I decided it was the perfect time to pull out a favorite author of mine, Ed Emberley, and use his books for fraction instruction to work with comparing, ordering, and adding fractions with different denominators. Visit my blog to see all of our projects and grab your free data sheet while you're there. If ours look too simple, you can make it more challenging for your older students by requiring a variety of fractional pieces or shapes beyond what my third graders used.

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