Fraction Anchor Chart Freebie and Hands-on Fractions - Young Teacher Love
FREE! Fraction Anchor Chart Freebie and Hands-on Fractions - Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini
80+ Fraction Printables - Create Teach Share
After weeks and weeks of working on it, I finally finished my Fraction Printables for 4th Grade. I started out creating printables to use to bridge my curriculum and the Common Core Standards. In the end, I ended up with over 80 pages, complete with teaching pages, worksheets, word problems, quizzes, and a final assessment.…
Here are some of the anchor charts for reading and math that I have around my room at the moment. Yes, I did make them all and then have them laminated for use each school year. No, I cannot take credit for the content. They are a mix of things that I found on Pinterest over the last 2 years. What is a Fraction? Inferences Main Idea Fact Families Number Forms Fiction vs Nonfiction Questions for Partner Reading
Converting Fractions to Decimals - Teaching with a Mountain View
I'm stopping in quickly (time is so short these days!) to share an anchor chart I made with my students during a lesson about converting fractions and decimals. I debated how to introduce this skill, but I decided to use good old coins! They had the background knowledge they needed and it would be in ... Read more
Teaching Fractions and Decimals in Elementary
Teaching fractions and decimals is a favorite because it lends itself to meaningful, real-world examples. How to teach the concept of dividing a whole, and how to use money to keep their attention!
Decimal Place Value Resources & Teaching Ideas - Teaching with a Mountain View
It's the beginning of the school year, and that means it's time to teach place value. Right!? It seems that this is the time of year that every single teacher, no matter the grade, is doing some sort of place value review. For the upper elementary grades, it's time to start introducing decimal place value. ... Read more
Fraction Basics: The Meaning of the Denominator - Math Coach's Corner
Understanding the meaning of the denominator is critical for children to make sense of fractions. See how concrete and pictorial experiences can help!