Saturday, 9 March 2019

Fraction Posters for Every Classroom


nicadez, nicole hernandez, a teacher's idea


These fraction posters are a great visual support for introducing the concept of fractions and leads up to the division of fractions. The inclusion of examples and graphical representations make these posters great visual reminders for students. Every math classroom needs these fraction posters


This 35 poster set includes the following:

- What is a Fraction?
- How do We Write a Fraction?
- Fractions in Words
- Representing Fractions
*Area Model
*Linear (Line) Model
*Set Model
- Equivalent Fractions
-Equivalent Fractions Using Repeated Addition (Times Tables) 2x -12x
- Proper & Improper Fractions
- Mixed Numbers (Mixed Fractions)
- Converting Improper Fractions to Mixed Numbers
- Converting Mixed Numbers to Improper Fractions
- Ordering Fractions –Same Denominators
- Ordering Fractions – Different Denominators
- Comparing Fractions – Same Denominators
- Comparing Fractions – Different Denominators
- The Butterfly Method
- Addition of Fractions
- Subtraction of Fractions
- Subtraction of Fractions – Mixed Numbers
- Subtraction of Fractions (Regrouping)
- Multiplication & Division of Fractions
- Simplifying Fractions

Common Core Aligned:
3.NF.3, 4.NF.1, 4.NF.2

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SUGGESTED USES FOR POSTERS:

Classroom posters can be used as a teaching tool to recognize goals, set expectations or to introduce or review concepts. They can be used as standalone aids to help students master particular strategies and techniques.
The following are different ways of using classroom posters:
1) They can be used full size as posters.
2) They can be printed standard size (8.5 x 11 inches) and banded into a booklet as a study resource for students as an individual or small group activity.
3) As anchor charts
4) They can be used as 
reference books for small group use. Simply print and slide pages in sheet protectors to compile a binder or folder document.
5) They can be printed smaller (print 2 or 4 to a page) to be used in your interactive math notebook or in flip books for individual use.





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